Enjoy a delightful winter interlude on this seven-night cruise aboard the luxurious tall ship Sea Cloud II. Take in balmy Caribbean breezes and experience the often-overlooked story of Alexander Hamilton, who was born in this fascinating region.

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 Sails on the <i>Sea Cloud II</i>  The Caribbean  The flora and fauna of the Caribbean Islands  <i> Sea Cloud II </i>  Hummingbird found in a Caribbean garden  A brilliantly colored hibiscus found at a botanical garden  St Nicholas Abbey in Barbados  Brimstone Hill Fortress on the island of St. Kitts  Alexander Hamilton's birthplace in Charlestown on the island of Nevis  The magnificent <i>Sea Cloud II</i>

Hamilton's Caribbean

A Round-trip Cruise from Barbados Aboard the 75-guest Sea Cloud II

8 days from $5,995

Enjoy a delightful winter interlude on this seven-night cruise aboard the luxurious tall ship Sea Cloud II. Take in balmy Caribbean breezes and experience the often-overlooked story of Alexander Hamilton, who was born in this fascinating region.

or Call 855-330-1542

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Our Smithsonian tour was a true delight. These days, it is rare to receive such an outstanding value. We look forward to many more tours, and they all will be with Smithsonian. 

- Phil W.

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Jan 25 - Feb 1, 2018 Departure
Douglas Ambrose

Douglas Ambrose

Douglas Ambrose is the Carolyn C. and David M. Ellis '38 Distinguished Teaching Professor of History at Hamilton College. His teaching and research interests include early America, the Old South and American religious history. His publications include Henry Hughes and Proslavery Thought in the Old South (LSU 1996) and The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton: The Life and Legacy of America's Most Elusive Founding Father (NYU 2006), a volume he co-edited with Hamilton colleague Robert W. T. Martin. He has also written numerous articles, book reviews and encyclopedia entries about Southern slavery and Southern intellectual life. Ambrose is a recipient of the Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award and of the Student Assembly’s Sidney Wertimer Award for Excellence in Teaching. He holds a doctorate in history from the State University of New York at Binghamton, M.A., from University of Rochester and B.A., from Rutgers University.