St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Cruises to Kingstown

St. Vincent, alternately a French and British colony since the early 1720s, gained its independence in 1979. And charming Kingstown, the capital, is a collection of narrow streets, arched stone doorways and colonial architecture waiting for you to explore. Don't miss visiting St. Mary's with its gothic elements and slim pillars. Also climb the 225 of Fort Duvernette for sweeping panoramic views of the south coast. If time on the beach is what you crave, head to the resort on Young Island to relax in the shade with a tropical drink.


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    • Famous For
      Kingstown's cenotaph is a beautiful monument atop a granite pedestal that honours soldiers who died in WWI and WWII.
    • Fun Fact #1
      Known as the “City of Arches,” this town is filled with old world charm and accented with rich, rolling green hills.
    • Fun Fact: Foodies
      Enjoy feasting on seafood and West Indian delicacies either beachside or in town.
    • Fun Fact: Landmarks
      Built in 1820, St. George’s Cathedral houses exquisite galleries, and the city’s botanical garden is the oldest in the Western Hemisphere.
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