The latest James Bond film Skyfall premieres later this month so as talk turns to martinis, high speed car chases and code breaking, recollect your favourite 007 moment on a James Bond inspired cruise with Voyages of Discovery (www.voyagesofdiscovery.com / 0844 822 0820).
The film Golden Eye was inspired by creator Ian Fleming’s Jamaica estate – known by the same name – and the films Dr. No and Live and Let Die were also shot nearby in glamorous locations in the Caribbean.
Visit these destinations for yourself on board Voyager on the Caribbean Gems cruise to uncover the colonial history, stunning landscapes and vibrant cultures of these destinations.
The 17-day Caribbean Gems cruise is available from £1,999 per person (based on two people sharing an inside cabin). The itinerary departs from Barbados (British West Indies) and calls at St. Lucia (British West Indies), Guadeloupe (Guadeloupe), Montserrat (Montserrat), Grenada (British West Indies), Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago), Margarita Island (Venezuela), La Guaira (Venezuela), Curacao (Netherlands Antilles), Bonaire (Netherlands Antilles), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) and Montego Bay (Jamaica). Price is based on a 20 December 2012 UK departure.
Price includes return flights from a major London airport and relevant transfers, talks by eminent Guest Speakers, meals and entertainment on board, all on board gratuities and all relevant port and airport taxes/fees.
For more information and to book call 0844 822 0820, visit www.voyagesofdiscovery.com