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Nevis / Special Interests / Cruise Ship

By Sara Macefield

Nevis attracts smaller ships as larger vessels tend to moor at its larger and livelier sister island St Kitts. Vessels that call at Nevis moor in the harbour by the capital Charlestown.

Ships we recommend are owned by the following companies:

SeaDream Yacht Club - Its two mega-yachts are full of sophistication and style more reminiscent of an upmarket boutique hotel, with an emphasis on luxury, privacy and intimacy.

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Looking for inspiration?

  1. Try a Killer Bee cocktail at Sunshine’s Beach Bar on Pinney’s Beach
  2. Visit the Horatio Nelson Museum
  3. Enjoy a game of golf at the Four Seasons Resort, designed by Robert Trent Jones II
  4. Learn how to windsurf on the protected bay at Oualie Beach
  5. Stay in one of the island’s delightful plantation inns

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