M.V. Amazing Grace

Redefining the concept of cruise line travel, Windjammer Barefoot Cruise Lines specializes in intimate getaways where passengers enjoy a private yacht atmosphere and the unique sensation of unconditional freedom aboard a ship each passenger is free to think of as his own. Friendships are forged and unforgettable memories are made aboard the beautiful sailing ships of the Windjammer cruise line. A vacation aboard the Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace is one not quickly forgotten.

Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace - Ship Facts

The 257-foot Amazing Grace ship was built in Scotland in 1955 and was used to service buoys and deliver supplies to lighthouse keepers along the coasts of England and Scotland. Today, the sailing ship Amazing Grace is operated by a 44-person crew and sails through Costa Rica, Las Perlas, and the Caribbean. She remains true to her former role as a supply ship and continues to deliver necessities to other Windjammer ships, bearing goods from the mainland on monthly journeys.

Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace - Destinations

The Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace sails throughout Costa Rica, Las Perlas, and the Caribbean, offering exciting 7-day itineraries. On an Amazing Grace Windjammer cruise to Costa Rica and Las Perlas, stops are made in Balboa, Isla Coiba, Playa Herradura, Isla Secas, Golfito, Drake?s Bay, Isla Pacheca, Manuel Antonio, and Quepos. Alternatively, on an Amazing Grace Windjammer cruise to the Caribbean, stops are made in Trinidad, Grenada, Tobago Cays, Bequia, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Nevis, Antigua, St. Maarten, St. Barts, Saba, Virgin Gorda, Jost van Dyke, and Tortola.

Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace - Shore Excursions

There are many exciting shore excursions offered on an Amazing Grace Windjammer cruise. Explore the rainforest on a tropical canopy tour where you rappel from suspension platforms above the forest floor in Los Suenos or discover the exhilaration in whitewater rafting along the Rio Savegre. Enjoy world-class sport fishing in Golfito and cast your line out for blue and black marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna, dorado, wahoo, amberjack, snapper, grouper, and roosterfish.

Board a specially equipped expedition boat in Balboa and voyage across the Panama Canal with a visit to Dariencito, the former U.S. military compound built during World War II, and the Primate Reserve and Sanctuary of Panama where you will have the opportunity to see white-faced capuchins, red-napped tamarins, howler monkeys, and two sub-species of spider monkeys. Shore excursions on the Amazing Grace ship vary by itinerary; for details regarding your specific dates of travel, contact Cruise Network.

Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace - Windjammer Barefoot Experience

Life onboard the Amazing Grace ship is quite unlike what passengers might experience onboard any other cruise ship. The sailing ship Amazing Grace is small in scale, allowing for constant interaction between the crew and the passengers and creating a casual atmosphere where friendships are readily forged. The deck is the hub of social activity and shipmates gather there to chat, drink, and take in the sun.

Wander the ship and know that you are surrounded by friends; Windjammer even encourages passengers to bring their bedding out to the deck at night and enjoy the experience of sleeping under the stars. This is the epitome of relaxation, where a halcyon existence awaits you aboard the Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace.

Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace - How to Book

To obtain more information pertaining to the Windjammer M.V. Amazing Grace and to book your cruise vacation today, contact a certified cruise specialist at Cruise Network.

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