CARIBBEAN

Cruising the Paradise

€1100/person
16-23 Jan, 2021 7 days 6 Caribbean

Highlights of the trip

Can you imagine a better start to the year of 2021 than a Caribbean sailing trip?

Daydreaming about turquoise waters, white sand-beaches, palm trees, fresh tropical fruits, quiet sunsets with local rum punch, forest tours, bathing at waterfalls, visit to botanical gardens, Creole cuisine, evening cocktails and the invigorating Caribbean music?

Wait no longer, this is the time to grab your backpack, let’s go cruise around the idillyc, laid-back islands of St. Vincent & The Grenadines.

BASE MARINA

St. Vincent & The Grenadines

ACCOMODATION

on a sailing boat - in a 2 person cabin

PROVISION

Self-catering

Trip Itinerary

DAY 1 - Saturday: ST. ViNCENT (Blue Lagoon Marina)
Our base marina is located in the Blue Lagoon Bay, a sheltered sanctuary on the south east side of mainland St. Vincent, surrounded by palm trees, welcoming us with a lovely beach. Today is for a stock up on provisions, visit the nearby Kingstown Saturday market, have a boat briefing, and spend the night in the marina getting familiar with the local vibes.
DAY 2 - Sunday: BLUE LAGOON - BEQUIA
Bequia has a unique charm, and a laid back atmosphere. The small town of Port Elizabeth is backed by a natural amphitheater of green hills and the harbor is packed with yachts. You can take a guided tour of the island including a visit to the Turtle Sanctuary, and there are numberous hiking trails for the adventurous. After sunset it’s time for cocktails and a nice dinner at one of several waterfront restaurants.
DAY 3 - Monday: BEQUIA - MUSTIQUE
Enjoy a short sail to Mustique, stopping at Petit Nevis for a refreshing swim. Mustique is a private island that offers a rare combination of elegance and informality, with stunning beaches and everything else you expect to find in paradise. The island’s natural beauty of dramatic hilltops and pristine palm fringed beaches has attracted visitors for generations.
DAY 4 - Monday: MUSTIQUE - TOBAGO CAYS
An exciting day to visit the Tobago Cays, one of the most beautiful anchorages in the world, these five small islands ringed with coral reefs. Spend the day snorkeling, the wealth of sea life is just extraordinary. Sea turtles and parrot fish are just the start and the coral is gorgeous. Explore the islands ashore, climb for the stunning views and watch the iguanas and land tortoises lumbering around. Prepare your senses for a lovely BBQ lunch with fresh local fish or lobster.
DAY 5 - Tuesday: TOBAGO CAYS - MAYREAU
After breakfast, dip in the water before we go and discover the nearby Petit Tabac Island. Later we drop achor in the breathtaking beauty, the compact palm-covered Salt Whistle Bay. Mayreau is the authentic Grenadines dream. Take a nice evening walk on the beach or a short hike to the top of the hill and admire the breathtaking view. Enjoy a rum punch with the friendly locals in the lively beach bars.
DAY 6 - Wednesday: MAYREAU - UNION ISLAND
We sail downwind for an hour to the postcard-worthy Chatham Bay on Union Island. This large anchorage is a lovely thin crescent of white sand backed by steep, forest-covered hills. The calm turquoise waters are perfect for snorkeling. Cook a lovely dinner with your shipmates and finish the day with stargazing laying at the deck of the boat.
DAY 7 - Friday: UNION ISLAND - BLUE LAGOON
A full day sailing to get back to the gorgeous Blue Lagoon. It’s time to celebrate this unforgettable, exotic week with a wonderful dinner at the marina’s restaurant or try some authentic Caribbean cuisine nearby.
DAY 8 - Saturday: ST. VINCENT (Blue Lagoon Marina)
Adventurers, good bye, and see you soon! We know this week gone rather fast, and there are so much more to experience. That is why we recommend for you to stay another few days and enjoy the beautiful sights and exciting activities Saint Vincent mainland has to offer; volcanoes to climb, refreshing waterfalls to explore and great hiking trails to climb.

Good to know

St. Vincent’s main airport is the Argyle International Airport. This airport services international flights as well as flights to and from the Grenadines and other Caribbean destinations.

Visitors to St. Vincent & The Grenadines must be in possession of a valid passport and a return or onward ticket. 
It is your responsibility to have valid travel documents. You must ensure that you have a valid passport and any necessary visas to enter any country you are visiting, including transit stops, prior to your departure.

In Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the climate is tropical, hot and humid all year round, with a relatively cool, dry season from January to mid-April. The northeast trade winds, constant winds typical of tropical climates, blow steadily and with moderate intensity. The sea is warm enough for swimming, the water temperature ranges from 27 °C between January and April to 29 °C.

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