Day 1: Arrive at the San Juan International Airport, the largest and most modern in the Caribbean. A ten minute limousine drive will have you onboard in historic Old San Juan, established over 500 years ago, the second oldest city in the Hemisphere with original cobblestone streets, fabulous architecture and history, duty free shopping, art galleries, exquisite restaurants and night life, bohemians, artists and politicians.

Day 2: Leave San Juan by spectacular El Morro Castle and the impressive fortified walls surrounding the Old City. A cruise West, with the wind and seas, will have you in unique Mona Island in time for lunch. Explore one of the most guarded secrets of the Caribbean, a pristine uninhabited island. Take a guided tour with a ranger and observe the large iguanas, sea turtles, wild pigs and the island's other exotic flora and fauna. Superb scuba and snorkeling. Dinner alfresco under a ladened sky.

Day 3: From the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea. In just three hours you will anchor at Caja de Muertos, another uninhabited island that has been declared a natural reserve presenting a 121 year old lighthouse built by the Spaniards, several endangered and rare species and some of the most beautiful white sand, translucent beaches of the world. Enjoy swimming, scuba, and water sports or just relax. But the Señorial City of Ponce, the second largest of Puerto Rico, is only 4.8 nautical miles away.

Day 4: Explore Ponce: Serralles Castle, La Guancha, a historic fire station, an acclaimed world-class museum and more fabulous architecture and history. Venture to the nearby Camuy Caves, the second largest underground system in the world.

Day 5: Sail the South coast of Puerto Rico for two hours en-route to famed Vieques Island, just off the Northeast coast of the Main Island of Puerto Rico. Spectacular diving and water sports, wonderful beaches will be followed by what is certain to be one of the highlights of the cruise: a night-time visit by tender to the nearby phosphorescent bay, one of the most luminescent anywhere, where swimming will be long remembered as each motion of your body will light up the surrounding water.

Day 6:

Option A: Culebra
A one-hour cruise will put you at anchor in Ensenada Honda at Culebra Island, one of the least populated of Puerto Rico. Fish, water sports, explore a myriad of coves or visit the beaches at Culebrita and Flamenco, some of the most spectacular anywhere.

Option B: El Conquistador
In less than one hour you are tied to a slip in this world-renowned resort on the eastern town of Fajardo. Breath-taking funicular rides from the marina to the hotel at the mountain top, pools, great service, tennis, beaches, world class golf are all at your beck and call. The fabled Puerto Rico Rain Forest is twenty minutes away.

Day 7: Leave the resort by helicopter for an aerial tour of the Island landing at the San Juan International Airport with plenty of time for your departure. For the less adventurous, this airport is 40 minutes away by limousine from El Conquistador.

Additional Options:

Plaza Las Americas, the largest mall in the Caribbean and one of the largest in the U.S.
World-class golf courses designed by Greg Norman, Robert Trent Jones, Jack Nicklaus and many others.
World class thoroughbred racing.
Casinos galore

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