Caribbean Transatlantic from Southampton to Antigua – P&O Arvia – 24 October 2025 

 

Caribbean Cruises

When choosing a Caribbean cruise, the possibilities are endless. From 5-star luxury cruise lines to small yachts and sailboats, there are so many types of ships to choose from. Some Caribbean cruises are suitable for families with kids while others are geared more toward adults. Take your pick between entertainment at every turn or a three-piece band after dinner; exploration and adventure or glitzy and glamor; mega-ship vs. yacht. There are countless options to consider when booking a Caribbean cruise.

What’s included

Cruise highlights:

  • Family Friendly – No Tips Required 

Promotions:

  • Book Select Price and receive Free Onboard Spend + EXTRA Spend available on applicable Select Price Holidays & Low deposit

Holiday Features:

  • Oasis Spa & Gym, The Retreat, Jogging Track, Thermal Suite, Treatment Rooms & Fitness Studio
  • SkyDome complex plus 4 swimming pools, including an Infinity Pool + 18 whirlpools
  • 8 Speciality restaurants including favorites Glass House and Sindhu
  • SkyWalk high ropes course and Altitude mini golf
  • The Famous ‘Crow’s Nest’ offering Sunset Views
  • Mission Control – first escape room at sea!
  • Dance the night away in ‘The Club House
  • Over 30 dining and bar venues
  • OceanStudios 4-screen cinema
  • Gary Barlow’s 710 Club
  • The Limelight Theatre
  • Headliners Theatre.

Cruise Itinerary Map


 

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Your Itinerary

Day 1

Southampton - Embark

Southampton is a picturesque city on the south coast of England, with plenty of attractions to offer visitors. History buffs can visit the Tudor House and Gardens or the medieval Bargate, while art lovers can explore the SeaCity Museum or the City Art Gallery. For a unique experience, take a stroll through the historic Old Town and visit the Titanic Engineers' Memorial. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy the stunning views at the Itchen Valley Country Park or the Southampton Common. And don't forget to sample some of the delicious local seafood while you're here!
 
Day 2-4

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 5

Tenerife

Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, situated off the coast of Morocco. This Spanish island offers a unique blend of natural beauty and vibrant culture that's hard to find anywhere else. Its dramatic coastline is home to many stunning beaches, including Playa del Duque and Las Teresitas. The island's interior is dominated by Mount Teide, which is a popular spot for hikers and nature lovers. In addition to its natural wonders, Tenerife boasts a rich history and cultural heritage, which is reflected in its architecture, cuisine, and traditions. 
 
Day 6-11

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 12

St. Maarten

Maarten is a small island in the Caribbean with an area of 37 square miles. It is a perfect destination for those who love beaches, adventure, and cultural experiences. The island is divided into two territories: the French side and the Dutch side. The Dutch side is known for its lively nightlife and casinos, while the French side is more laid back and has a strong culinary scene. Some popular activities include zip-lining, snorkeling, and visiting the famous Maho Beach where planes fly just a few feet above sunbathers.
 
Day 13

St. Kitts

Kitts is a tropical paradise located in the Caribbean Sea. This small island nation offers visitors a unique blend of natural beauty, history, and culture. With pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and breathtaking mountains, St. Kitts is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can also explore the island's rich history by visiting its many museums, forts, and historic sites. For those looking to immerse themselves in the local culture, St. Kitts offers a vibrant music and arts scene, as well as delicious cuisine featuring fresh seafood and local ingredients.
 
Day 14

St. Lucia

St. Lucia is a beautiful island nation in the Caribbean Sea, known for its lush rainforests, stunning beaches, and crystal clear waters. Visitors can enjoy a range of activities, from hiking the iconic Pitons to relaxing in natural hot springs. The island also boasts delicious local cuisine, with options such as fresh seafood and flavorful creole dishes. Be sure to explore the vibrant capital city of Castries, where you can shop for souvenirs and experience the local culture. St. Lucia is the perfect destination for those seeking a tropical paradise getaway.
 
Day 15-16

Barbados - Overnight Onboard

Barbados is a small island nation in the Caribbean that is known for its beautiful beaches, turquoise waters, and vibrant culture. Visitors to Barbados can enjoy a variety of activities, such as snorkeling, surfing, and exploring historic sites like the Bridgetown Synagogue and St. Nicholas Abbey. The island is also famous for its food, with local specialties like flying fish and cou-cou being must-try dishes. And, of course, no trip to Barbados would be complete without sampling some of the island's world-famous rum. With its sunny weather and laid-back atmosphere.
Day 17

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 18

Martinique

Martinique is a French Caribbean island known for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and rich cultural heritage. Visit the vibrant capital city of Fort-de-France, where you can explore the colorful markets and sample delicious Creole cuisine. Take a hike through the verdant rainforest in the Parc Naturel Regional de Martinique, or relax on the island's gorgeous white sand beaches. Be sure to visit the historic town of Saint-Pierre, which was destroyed by a volcanic eruption in 1902, and learn about its fascinating history. Martinique is a tropical paradise just waiting to be explored!
 
Day 19

St. Kitts

Kitts is a tropical paradise located in the Caribbean Sea. This small island nation offers visitors a unique blend of natural beauty, history, and culture. With pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and breathtaking mountains, St. Kitts is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can also explore the island's rich history by visiting its many museums, forts, and historic sites. For those looking to immerse themselves in the local culture, St. Kitts offers a vibrant music and arts scene, as well as delicious cuisine featuring fresh seafood and local ingredients.
 
Day 20

Tortola

Tortola is a beautiful island that is part of the British Virgin Islands. Its stunning beaches, crystal clear waters, and lush green mountains make it a perfect destination for those who love nature. Visitors can explore the island's history and culture by visiting places like the Virgin Islands Folk Museum and Fort Burt. For those who love water sports, Tortola offers a variety of activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, and sailing. The island is also known for its delicious cuisine, with a mix of Caribbean and international flavors. 
 
Day 21

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 22

St. Maarten

Maarten is a small island in the Caribbean with an area of 37 square miles. It is a perfect destination for those who love beaches, adventure, and cultural experiences. The island is divided into two territories: the French side and the Dutch side. The Dutch side is known for its lively nightlife and casinos, while the French side is more laid back and has a strong culinary scene. Some popular activities include zip-lining, snorkeling, and visiting the famous Maho Beach where planes fly just a few feet above sunbathers.
 
Day 23

Antigua

Antigua is a charming island nation in the Caribbean that boasts of 365 beaches – one for each day of the year. This tropical paradise is a favorite destination for many thanks to its clear waters, stunning coral reefs, and a relaxed atmosphere. Explore the island's rich culture and history at the Nelson's Dockyard National Park, or visit the historic Shirley Heights for panoramic views of the island and enjoy a delicious Caribbean barbecue. Whether you're looking for adventure, relaxation, or a romantic getaway, Antigua has something to offer everyone.
   
Day 23

Fly to the UK

Fly to the UK. Flying back to the UK after your holiday can be a smooth process if you plan. Start by checking your flight details and arriving at the airport with plenty of time to spare. Make sure you have all the necessary documents, including your passport and boarding pass. If you have any duty-free items, keep them easily accessible. During your flight, stay hydrated get up, and stretch your legs periodically. Once you land, be prepared for possible long queues at passport control. With a little preparation, you can make your return trip stress-free.