Sailing the Grenadines - Catamaran Sailing

From Martinique, one of the best routes from the point of view, sailing and nature you turning the bow to the south, where we will visit St Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines later. The Grenadines, an archipelago of small islands and small including Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, Tobago Cays, Union Island and Mayreau, certainly represent the most typical Caribbean landscape. Leaving the boat at anchor, can be reached with the tender coral white sand beaches, to enjoy walks, sunbathing and sea, which here is always very hot, with colors ranging from pale green to deep blue, the tall coconut palms, stretching high into the sea, offering shade to those who, satisfied of tan, looking for a refreshing break before reaching the boat again. Around one thousand fish colorful coral reefs staged dances for those who, on the water with fins and mask, is lulled by the waves.

 

 

 

Itinerary cruise to the Grenadines (8 days) one way
Martinique - Grenadines - St. Vincent

 

First Day: Arrival in Martinique in the late afternoon and embarking in Le Marin on our catamaran. Informative briefing with safety standards and code of conduct to be good sailors. Dinner and free evening.

Second Day: the morning it's off to St. Lucia, we will anchor in the bay of Rodney Bay where you can swim in the turquoise waters. Afternoon we will go down to the ground to complete customs formalities and drink at one of the many bars that overlook the marina.

Thirt Day: After breakfast we depart for St. Vincent, the island green for the vegetation of the forest that reaches the beaches. We moor at Young Island, a small island located south of St. Vincent.


Fourth day: we leave for Bequia, the island of fishing of whalers. Stop in Admiralty Bay, for bathrooms in transparent waters and then you can go ashore for a walk in Port Elisabeth and drink at one of the numerous bars overlooking the promenade.

Fifth day: it's off to the paradise of Tobago Cays, a chain of five islands surrounded by shallow and crystal waters, where you'll unforgettable swims (Tobago Cays is a protected Natural Park).


Sixth day: in the morning before leaving, last bathrooms in Tobago Cays, Union Island in the afternoon stop for supplies of water and tropical fruits, moor at the quay by Mr. Lambi 'descend to earth for shopping in the small but interesting village of Clifton and in the evening we will have dinner at a restaurant (optional) of Creole cuisine at the sound of Steel Band.


Seventh day: morning at sea to return to St. Vincent with a stop at Blue Lagoon, bay located in the southern part of the island, close to the capital Kingstown and the airport.


Heighth Day: disembarking at 9.00.

 

 

Itinerary cruise to the Grenadines (10 days)

 

First day: Arrival at Martinique in the late afternoon and boarding in Le Marin on our catamaran. Briefing with safety rules and code of conduct to be good sailors. Dinner and free evening.

 

Second day: in the morning we leave for St. Lucia, mooring in Rodney Bay where you can swim in the turquoise waters . In the afternoon we go ashore for a drink in one of the many bars that overlook the Marina. 

 

Third day: After breakfast we depart for St. Vincent, the island green for the vegetation of the forest that reaches the beaches. We moor at Young Island, a small island located south of St. Vincent.

Fourth day: it starts to stop in Bequia Admiralty Bay, for bathrooms in very transparent waters and then you can go ashore and take a walk in Port Elizabeth.

Fifth day: it's off to the paradise of Tobago Cays, a chain of small islands surrounded by shallow and crystal clear, where you'll unforgettable swims (Tobago Cays is a protected Natural Park).

Sixth day: morning, before leaving, last baths Tobago Cays. In the afternoon we stop at Union Island for supplies   of water and tropical fruits, will moor at the dock by Mr. Lambi ', descend to earth for shopping in the small but interesting village and have dinner in the evening in a typical Creole cuisine restaurant at the sound of the Steel Band.

 

Seventh day: we return to St. Vincent with a stop at Blue Lagoon, bay located in the southern part of the island, near the capital Kingstown and the airport.

 

Heighth day: We depart for St. Lucia and is moored in Marigot Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the Caribbean, where you can swim in transparent waters    . . Mooring at the quay (if available) and dinner by the sea.

Ninth day: in the morning we leave for Martinique. Last swim in blue water and protected by a small reef on the left side of the entrance of the bay of Le Marin. In the afternoon we return to Le Marin to moor at the quay. 

 

Tenth day: disembarking at 9,00 am. 

 

 

 

Itinerary cruise to the Grenadines (12 days)

 

First day: Arrival at Martinique in the late afternoon and boarding in Le Marin on our catamaran. Briefing with safety rules and code of conduct to be good sailors. Dinner and free evening.

 

Second day: in the morning we leave for St. Lucia, mooring in Rodney Bay where you can swim in the turquoise waters . In the afternoon we go ashore for a drink in one of the many bars that overlook the Marina.  

 

Third day: After breakfast we depart for St. Vincent, the island green for the vegetation of the forest that reaches the beaches. We moor at Young Island, a small island located south of St. Vincent. 

Fourth day: it starts to stop in Bequia Admiralty Bay, for bathrooms in very transparent waters and then you can go ashore and take a walk in Port ElizabethFifth day: it's off to the paradise of Tobago Cays, a chain of small islands surrounded by shallow and crystal clear, where you'll unforgettable swims (Tobago Cays is a protected Natural Park).

Sixth day: still wet spectacular lagoons protected by reefs of Tobago Cays.

Seventh day: morning, before leaving, last baths Tobago Cays. In the afternoon we stop at Union Island  for supplies of water and tropical fruits, will moor at the dock by Mr. Lambi ', descend to earth for shopping in the small but interesting village and have dinner in the evening in a typical Creole cuisine restaurant at the sound of the Steel Band.

 

Eighth day: you go to Mayreau for swimming in the clear water and then stop in Salt Whistle Bay. In the afternoon we descend to the ground to have a drink in the small restaurant on the beach of Black Boy.

Ninth day: We return to St. Vincent with a stop at Blue Lagoon, bay located in the southern part of the island, near the capital Kingstown and the airport. 

 

Tenth day: We depart for St. Lucia and is moored in Marigot Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the Caribbean, where bathe in water from the catamaran transparent water. Mooring at the quay (if available) and dinner by the sea.

Eleventh day: in the morning we leave for Martinique. Last swim in blue water and protected by a small reef on the left side of the entrance of the bay of Le Marin. In the afternoon we return to Le Marin to moor at the quay.  

 

Twelfth day: disembarking at 9,00 am.

 

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ROUTES: routes and stops on the islands are already established. The route will be respected within the limits imposed by sea conditions and the resulting unquestionable decisions taken by the skipper. It will also be needed during the week, making stops in some of the ports for supplies of water for the tank and fuel.

TAXES: To stay in St. Vincent & the Grenadines is a fee of EC $ 52.5 per person per day. In the Tobago Cays Marine Park protected you pay an additional fee of approximately EC $ 10 per person per day. The local currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC $ or XCD).The current exchange is approximately EC $ 3,60 for 1 euro.

 

USEFUL INFO:

DOCUMENTS: Martinique is sufficient for the identity cards only, but a valid passport is required for the other islands.

CURRENCY: Martinique is the Euro, in the Grenadines they will have to change the local currency Eastern Caribbean Dollar. Credit cards accepted: Visa and Master Card

CLIMATE: In winter and spring, the temperature is about 30 degrees, the climate is ventilated with 20-25 knots of steady wind, sometimes there are brief but intense thunderstorms. Keep in mind that the days are short: 18 is the dark.

TIME ZONE: Five hours behind Italy (six during the summer time)

TELEPHONE: It receives all the islands with any mobile operator.

MEDICINES: it is necessary that everyone brings medicines for personal use.   To bring seasickness patches TRANSCOP.

MOSQUITOES: Bring mosquito repellent sprays and creams, after-bite.

WHAT TO BRING: Try to contain as much as possible the luggage and to use soft bags.How to wear bring bathing suits, shirts, shorts.

We recommend you bring:

- Shoes with rubber sole of a light color to use on board and not on the ground, a change of shoes to go ashore,

- Shoes for the rocks,

- Rubber flip flops,

- At least a sweatshirt or golf,

- K-Way,

- Beach towel,

- Sunscreen with high protection, ABSOLUTELY FORBIDDEN OILS,

- Cream or lotion for sunburn,

- Sunglasses,

- Hat or cap,

- Mobile phone charger 12 v.