Explore Grenadines and Tobago Cays in private cabins on an 11 day premium catamaran cruise aboard our Lagoon 620 or Ipanema 58 with captain, hostess and food included.
This 10 night, 11 day cruise will give you time to relax with friends & family as well as discover exotic and exciting locations. The trip begins in Martinique, and takes you to Union Island, St Vincent and Tobago Cays, via some beautiful snorkelling spots.
Enjoy the comfort of a full-board experience, with all your meals served on board the boat and your nights spent at anchor, in your own private cabin with en-suite bathroom.
Your catamaran is waiting for you from 6pm in the marina Le Marin in the south of the island. Le Marin is a quiet village surrounding a deep bay encircled by mangroves, interspersed with reefs and islets and enclosed by an isthmus, protecting it from swell and wind. As the first marina of the Lesser Antilles, Le Marin is the perfect departure spot for a sailing cruise in the Grenadines! You’ll be welcomed on board by your crew and settle into your cabin. After dinner on board, you’ll depart for Bequia (pronounced ‘Bekoue’) and night sailing along the Saint Lucia and St. Vincent coasts.
Arrive before breakfast in Bequia, the first island of the Grenadines archipelago. You’ll stopover at Admiralty Bay and relax while the captain takes care of customs formalities. The capital, Port Elizabeth, is a small but lively town where you’ll find pictures of the Queen of England in all bars, showing local attachment to their former colonial power. After lunch on board, you’ll make for Mustique, the ‘jet set’ island with international celebrities and important business figures. Luxury hotels, intimate villas, exclusive bars and gourmet restaurants make up a surprisingly refined universe in the heart of the tropical paradise of The Grenadines. You’ll overnight on board.
At anchor, after breakfast, take a gentle swim, snorkel, kayak
You’ll have the option for an island tour, which will let you discover the beautiful panorama and its dream villas. Swim at the most beautiful beach on the island, ‘Macaroni Beach’ (trip takes about 2h).
Depart in the early afternoon and sail towards the famous Tobago Cays, where islets and reefs surround the most beautiful lagoon in The Grenadines. Get to know the heart of this tropical paradise while enjoying dinner and overnight on board.
This is your day for total relaxation. Immerse yourself in the underwater fairyland of coral reefs with shallow and free swimming using fins, mask and snorkel. Top up your tan on the fine sand beaches and snorkel, kayak and paddle.
Ashore you can walk the island trails to discover cactus, frangipani and endemic shrubs. You’ll have the option of a BBQ on the beach with aperitif, lobster or conch dinner and fish.
After a late morning, have a last swim with turtles at the cays before a short sail towards Petit St. Vincent (PSV) and its turquoise waters. There’s plenty of swimming here and a drink at a bar ashore is possible in the early evening. Dinner and overnight on board.
Start the day with a short sail to Morpion Island for impressive snorkeling. Have a bite for lunch and leave around 3pm for a short trip to Mayreau, the least populated island of the archipelago with about 300 inhabitants. The only village, which can be reached in less than half an hour by foot from the beach, is worth visiting for its colorful huts, bars and restaurants. You’ll find a small stone-built church on top of a hill where the panorama of the neighboring islands is fantastic! The crew will serve dinner and overnight on board.
Leave Mayreau at the end of the morning for lunch in front of Palm Island. In the afternoon, there’ll be a short sail to Union, ‘the capital’ of The Grenadines. This is where you’ll find hotels, restaurants, fruit and vegetable markets, supermarkets, a butcher shop, repair shop and internet cafe. Nearby is a pretty village which can be visited after dinner and you can also visit a bar ashore in the evening.
Leave after breakfast for Canouan, eating lunch on board. In the early afternoon, leave for Cumberland Bay under the wind of St. Vincent. There’s the option for dinner on board and you can finish the evening listening to the ‘Beni’ steel band orchestra and revel in a welcoming, friendly atmosphere.
Have breakfast on board and then decide if you want to take a taxi/minibus ride on the island with a guide. This is a scenic drive along the Caribbean coast, visit a typical village and swim under a waterfall of fresh water after crossing over a ‘very local’ suspension bridge (trips takes about 2h30). After lunch, sail towards the Pitons, a famous emblem of Saint Lucia. Eat dinner and overnight on board.
Breakfast on board and choose whether to tour the island by taxi and with a guide to visit the village La Soufriere, which was the most important village in the 17th century. Visit the Botanical Garden and discover the crater of the Soufriere volcano, which is still active with its geysers of boiling water and sulphurous springs where you can bathe (trip is about 3.5h).
Lunch and leeward sail towards Saint Anne in Martinique. Eat dinner and overnight on board.
Eat breakfast on board and depart for a short sail to marina Le Marin to disembark at 10am.
When the time comes for the final goodbyes the crew will remind you of trips highlights, exchange emails and photos and might even give you a big hug before sending you off!
Soft luggage is recommended
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I've never been a resort person but hubby really wanted to go to the Caribbean, so we compromised. So glad we did. I felt like we were 'doing something' because we were never in the same place for too long, hubby got the weather and relaxation he wanted. Crew were really nice too.
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