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December 25, 2019
January 5, 2020

Winter Escape: New Year in the Caribbean


Total days:12Cruise days: 12

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Winter Escape: New Year in the Caribbean
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Start:Le Marin, Martinique

Finish:Le Marin, Martinique

Встречаем Рождество и Новый год в теплой компании на Карибах

Winter Escape: New Year in the Caribbean

Every New Year holidays we go to the tropics to make a wish under the stars so we would come back to this place next year. We are a family in love with sailing, free-diving and sunset drinks and talks, and we will be happy to welcome like-minded people on board.

Events schedule

  • Dec 25, 2019

    The route will be adjusted depending on weather conditions and team preferences.

    Getting together in Martinique

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

  • Dec 26, 2019

    The Island of Saint lucia

    The island state of Saint Lucia is part of the Lesser Antilles. The coastline, which is 1100 km long, is almost entirely occupied by beaches. The natural beaches of the island have black volcanic sand, but many hotels cover them with white sand. Most of the island is covered by mountains. The highest point of the island is Mount Jimi (950 meters high). The island has many fruit plantations. Here they grow mangoes, bananas, grapes, oranges.

  • Dec 28, 2019

    Bequia island

    Bequia Island is part of the Grenadines archipelago. The island attracts tourists with its beautiful sandy beaches and hillsides with lush tropical vegetation. Port Elizabeth is the main city of the island. There is a fairly large seaport where yachts from around the world moor.

  • Dec 29, 2019

    Mustique Island

    Mustique island is called "the island for the chosen." The history of the island is very interesting. In the late 50s of the 20th century, the island was bought by Baron Colin Tennant. He took care of the island and promised the government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, which formally owns the island, that no one would harm the nature of the island. That is why the beauty of nature and the ecology of the area is unique.

  • Dec 30, 2019

    Mero Island

    Mero Island is the southernmost part of the Grenadines. Its area is only 4 sq. km, and only 300 people live there, mostly in the village of Old Wall.

  • Dec 31, 2019

    Tobago Cays

    Tobago Cays are one of the best snorkelling and diving spots. A huge number of corals and bright fish live in the reef waters. On one of the islands, some episodes of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie were shot.

  • Jan 1, 2020

    St.Vincent Island

    The island was discovered in 1498 by Christopher Columbus. There are beautiful beaches, botanical gardens, and rainforests. By the way, here in Ullilabu Bay the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie was shot. The island's capital - Kingstown is great for walking around. The main natural attraction of the island is the 1234 meters high La Soufriere volcano.

  • Jan 2, 2020

    The Island of Saint Lucia

  • Jan 4, 2020

    In addition to Fort de France, on the island you can visit the city of Saint-Pierre, which was the capital of the island until the terrible volcanic eruption in 1902. Some interesting places to visit are the Paul Gauguin House Museum and the Museum of Volcanology. The city of Sainte-Marie is also famous for its rum, which has been produced here since 1660.



During the voyage we will admire the natural beauty of the islands and visit the sights along the route, swim, sunbathe, dive, ride the SUP board, fish, and cook what we’ve caught, and, of course, sail! We will see the islands of Martinique, Bequia, Mustique, Mero, Saint Vincent and Saint Lucia.


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