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January 10, 2020
January 20, 2020

The Caribbean 2020 on a sailing catamaran


Total days:11Cruise days: 11

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The Caribbean 2020 on a sailing catamaran
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The Caribbean 2020 on a sailing catamaran

Join our cruise around the magical Caribbean islands! The Caribbean is a paradise for those who cannot imagine their life without the sun and the cleanest sea. Fresh seafood and juicy fruits, diving and snorkeling in beautiful bays, swimming in the turquoise sea, exploring the Caribbean culture – you will have all this on our cruise.

We will sail 200 nautical miles along the route Grenada - Carriacou - Petite Martinique - Union - Tobago Cays - Canouan - Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Saint Lucia - Martinique.

We can provide everyone with a package of documents for a DFA visa. There is a direct flight from Frankfurt on January 10th.

Events schedule

  • Jan 10, 2020

    We will begin our journey on the island of Grenada.

    Grenada is a beautiful island of volcanic origin. The coastline is rather indented, there are many secluded beaches in the bays, and coral reefs.

    There are several nature reserves in Grenada. Grand Etang National Park in the central part of the island occupies the crater of an extinct volcano. Grenada Dove National Park is the residence of the symbol of the country - the Grenada pigeon, which is also known as the "invisible bird."

  • Jan 11, 2020


    Carriacou is the largest island of the Grenadines. Carriacou has many bays and coves with cozy beaches. There are mountains in the central part of the island. You can go diving at Carriacou. There is an interesting coral reef near the island, which bends and takes on different shapes.

  • Jan 12, 2020

    Petite Martinique

    Petite Martinique is a small island about 5 km from Carriacou. The island itself is the peak of the extinct volcano Python, which is 230 meters above the sea level. The area of the island is less than 2.5 square kilometers. The only street with beaches and moorings for boats stretches along the coastline in the west and north of the island.

  • Jan 13, 2020


    The Union Island is the capital of the Grenadines. The island is covered with mountain ranges. Its length is only 5 km and its width is 2.5 km. The best pastime here, in addition to swimming in the beautiful waters of the Caribbean, is hiking around the island.

  • Jan 14, 2020

    Tobago Cays

    Tobago Cays is a marine reserve with lots of coral reefs and small islands. It will amaze you with clear water and unique sea creatures. If you didn’t like swimming with a mask before here you will definitely fall in love with it! Some episodes of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie were shot on one of the islands.

  • Jan 15, 2020


    Canouan Island is often called the "heart of the Grenadines." Here you will find the best Caribbean resorts. The landscapes of the island are truly beautiful - from white beaches to mountain peaks. On the island, there are excellent conditions for various water sports - diving, windsurfing, kayaking. There is also an international golf club and a yacht center.

  • Jan 16, 2020

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

    The island of San Vincent is another island with beautiful nature and the active volcano La Soufriere with a height of 1234 meters. One of the favorite activities for tourists is climbing up the volcano. The capital city, Kingstown, is very beautiful and perfect for walks. St. Mary's Cathedral is built from dark volcanic blocks, and it is an amazing combination of Gothic, Moorish and Romanesque styles.

  • Jan 17, 2020

    Saint Lucia

    The island of St. Lucia is of volcanic origin, and thus, it is more mountainous than most other islands of the Caribbean. The central mountain range of Barr de L'Ile Ridge stretches along the entire island, from north to south. It ranges in height from 400 to 900 m. The highest point is Mount Jimi (950 m). In the Python range in the south-west there are three high points: Gros- Python - 797 m, Petit Python - 750 m, Morn-Bonin - 640 m. There are many signs of volcanic activity in the area - hot sulfur springs, eroded lava fields, gas outlets, sulfur deposits. About 400 species of plants grow on the island.

  • Jan 19, 2020


    The island of Martinique, the overseas department of France, is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. The capital of the island is the city of Fort de France. In the city center you can walk around La Sawan Park with palm trees and fountains, and in the southern part – visit Fort Saint-Louis. The main cultural attractions of the capital are the Scholscher Library, the Museum of Archeology and the Museum of Ethnography.

  • Jan 20, 2020

    We will leave the yacht



We will sail 200 nautical miles along the route Grenada - Carriacou - Petite Martinique - Union - Tobago Cays - Canouan - Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Saint Lucia - Martinique. * The dates of arrival to the islands are approximate, they will depend on the weather and the wishes of the crew.


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