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Ultra-luxury discovery yacht Scenic Eclipse has just rolled out its 2023-2024 Caribbean Collection, and your clients are going to love what it has planned. Thanks to its size, the Eclipse will be diving into one of the United States’ biggest travel destinations with an edge over massive cruise ships, stopping in places such as Darby Island, Egg Island and Long Island in The Bahamas, Puerto Rico’s Isla de Culebra, Grenadine’s Mayreau and Isla de Providencia in Colombia.

And you’ll want to book early because you can save your clients up to 20 percent on their cruise of choice.

See More of the Caribbean on Scenic Eclipse

The Caribbean is an excellent choice for the Scenic Eclipse and its bevy of toys: Zodiacs to zip them to the beach, paddleboards and kayaks to skim around the coastline, a six-person submarine, the Scenic Neptune, to under the waves for an up close and personal look at the sealife and two six-person state-of-the-art helicopters to give them a birds’ eye view of the lush islands.

Itineraries include the 9-day Turks & Caicos Islands to Jamaica that departs Nassau on Oct. 23, 2023, that includes a glass-bottom kayaking jaunt in Providenciales; the 11-day Iconic Panama Canal that goes from Montego Bay to Panama City and departs Oct. 31, 2023; and the 11-day Bermuda & The Bahamas, which leaves Boston on Oct. 13, 2023, with stops in centuries-old ports.

The Scenic Eclipse can welcome 228 guests and your clients will be pampered with a nearly 1:1 staff-to-guest ratio. This a ship where literally everyone knows your name; the service is extraordinary and includes butler service for every suite. The cruise is also truly all-inclusive so that no one will be reaching for their wallet for anything—and that includes fine dining, premium libations, transfers, gratuities and unforgettable immersive excursions.

Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours is on schedule to deliver its second yacht, Scenic Eclipse II, in 2023.

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