We have an absolutely wonderful itinerary available to you in the warm and sunny Caribbean. Beats the cold and gloomy European winter hands down. The Grenadines is absolutely our favorite cruising ground. There are some rough edges to it, yes, but when you know the people, you have nothing at all to worry about.
The way it works is, that we have a planned schedule, featuring the best part of the Caribbean, namely the Grenadines. We are very flexible however, so if all guests agree on a different agenda, we are more than happy to oblige.
Day 1: You arrive in Rodney Bay, St Lucia and get familiar with the yacht and the safety equipment. Dinner in a restaurant in or near the marina.
Day 2: We sail from Rodney Bay to Soufriere, close to the Pitons. Dinner at one of the small local shore-side restaurants.
Day 3: Departure for St Vincent, going down to the Blue Lagoon at the southern end of the island. Dinner on board or at one of the restaurants.
Day 4: A short trip to Port Elisabeth on Bequia, maybe the most intriguing island in the Caribbean. Dinner at Frangipani or Papa’s.
Day 5: Heading to Mustique, where the rich and famous live. Dinner at the legendary Basil’s Bar.
Day 6: Sailing to Tobago Cays, maybe the most beautiful place in the Caribbean. Dinner on board.
Day 7: We stay another day at Tobago Cays, snorkeling and watching the Sea Turtles. Grilled Lobster on the beach, organized by the locals.
Day 8: Going down to Union Island, beautiful island with the unmissable Happy Island Bar out on the reef. Dinner in town.
Day 9: We start heading north, going back to Bequia. Dinner in town.
Day 10: Sailing north to St Vincent, stopping either in Kingstown or a small private bay. Dinner in town/on board.
Day 11: Early start, heading for Marigot Bay on St Lucia. Farewell dinner at one of the excellent restaurants.
Day 12: Departure day, a short sail up to Rodney Bay. Farewell.
The price for 12 days of cruising in paradise is 2200 € per person and includes:
- Boat and crew (skipper&hostess)
- Bedding and towels
- Snorkeling gear
- Meals and drinks on board.
- Immigration and cruising fees
- Yacht insurance
- All boat costs – marina fees, diesel and cooking gas
- Safety equipment
- Travel to/from boat
- Personal insurance
- Meals and shopping ashore (most dinners are at restaurants on shore)
St Vincent and the Grenadines
St Vincent and the Grenadines is, together with the BVI, the most picturesque part of the Caribbean.