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December 23, 2019
December 30, 2019

Yachting in the Caribbean


Total days:8Cruise days: 8

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Yachting in the Caribbean
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Start:Rodney Bay, St Lucia

Finish:Marigot Bay, St Lucia

Yachting in the Caribbean

Do you want to escape from winter to summer and spend a week in the Caribbean? Then join us on this wonderful cruise! At this time, the air and the water here are very warm. The average air temperature during the day is 29 degrees, and at night it is 26 degrees. The average water temperature is 27 degrees.

Here are some reasons you should go on this voyage:

  • While everyone is freezing, you will swim, sunbathe, and enjoy the incredible views of the Caribbean;
  • You will sail more than 200 miles;
  • You will see the most beautiful sunsets, and maybe the most incredible sunrises;
  • You will take hundreds of fantastic photos!
  • You will learn to tie 10 real sailor’s knots;
  • You will learn to manage the yacht;
  • You will be away from daily problems and noisy city;
  • You will get a tan that your friends and colleagues will envy for a couple of months;
  • You will find new friends!
  • Every day new adventures, new landscapes, islands, and bays will be waiting for you!

Events schedule

  • Dec 23, 2019

    Saint Lucia, Rodney Bay

    Our journey will begin in Rodney Bay on the island of Saint Lucia. The island was discovered by Columbus on December 13, 1502 on the day of Saint Lucia.

    The island is of volcanic origin, and it is the top of the ancient volcanic group, whose cones form the main mountain peaks of the country.

    We will board the yacht, get the instruction for the trip and arrange things in the cabins. After that, we’ll go ashore for dinner and will get to know each other better.

    We recommend having dinner in an authentic Caribbean restaurant located in the Pigeon National Park. They also serve excellent punch there.

  • Dec 24, 2019

    St. Lucia Island, sailing to Pitons Bay (20 miles)

    In the morning, we will go to see the ruins of the old Spanish fort of the 16th century, and take some pictures from its walls. From there, you can see Martinique and there is a breathtaking view of Saint Lucia.

    At noon, we will start sailing along the picturesque coast of the island. On the way we will stop and swim in different places that we like.

    At sunset, we will arrive to Pitons Bay, and stay there for the night.

    The Pitons Mountains are included into UNESCO World Heritage List. Petit Piton, Gros Piton and Morn-Bonin form a triangle where there was a crater of an ancient volcano that is more than 40 thousand years old.

  • Dec 25, 2019

    Saint Lucia Island, Piton Mountains, a voyage to the Chateaubelair Bay on the island of Saint Vincent (30 miles)

    When you wake up and go out onto the deck you will see an amazing picture of two Pitons hovering above you. Unfortunately, not a single photo will express the emotions you will experience!

    In the early morning we will climb one of the Piton mountains. The entrance fee to the reserve is $50 per person, and it includes the services of a local guide. The road ahead is not easy, but the view from the top is worth it!

    After lunch, we will go to the next island — Saint Vincent, and to another state — Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

    We will come to the island after sunset and along the way we will practice recognizing lighthouses and navigation lights of nearby ships.

    Around midnight, we will anchor at Chateaubelair Bay in St. Vincent.

  • Dec 26, 2019

    St. Vincent Island, Bequia Island

    In the morning we will sail along the coast of the island.

    The state of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines consists of the island of Saint Vincent and 32 small islands of the Grenadines group. The black sand on the beaches of St. Vincent is of volcanic origin.

    We will sail along the coast of the island admiring the views, and in the afternoon we will anchor in Admiral Bay of the island of Bequia. The name of the island is translated as the «Island of the clouds.»

  • Dec 27, 2019

    Bequia Island, Tobago Cays

    In the morning, we will leave the island of Bequia and sail past the mystical island of Mustique. This is a private island and access to it is forbidden at this time of the year, but we will be able to admire the beaches and palm trees ... and who knows, maybe we will see Brad Pitt, Beyonce or Bill Gates on one of the yachts.

    In the evening, we will anchor in the most beautiful place in the Caribbean — Tobago Cays. This cluster of tiny uninhabited islands to the east of Mero has the most amazing underwater world. Clear waters blend beautifully with coral reefs and exotic fish.

  • Dec 28, 2019

    Tobago Cays, St. Vincent and the Treasure Hunt!

    We will spend the morning on the Tobago Cays. This cluster of tiny uninhabited islands has the best underwater world. Clear waters blend beautifully with coral reefs and exotic fish.

    After swimming with turtles, we will go searching for treasures. We’ll have to solve puzzles, find the keys and, most importantly, do not fall into the hands of the cannibal tribe!

    At sunset we will anchor in Wallilabou Bay on the island of Saint Vincent.

  • Dec 29, 2019

    St. Vincent Island, Santa Lucia Island

    In the morning we will visit the places where the «Pirates of the Caribbean» movie was shot. We will imagine ourselves the characters of the legendary movie, and will take photos that will remind you of this wonderful journey.

    After lunch, we will sail to Santa Lucia. We will arrive there in the evening and anchor in one of the most beautiful places in the Caribbean — Marigot Bay.

  • Dec 30, 2019

    Santa Lucia Island, Marigot Bay

    You can spend the whole day in Marigot Bay. There are free water taxis that transport passengers from one shore of the bay to another and from one bar to another.

    You can relax under the palm trees and dine in one of the many restaurants.

    Here we will have to say good bye to each other but we hope to meet again at our next voyages!



We will sail along several islands of the Caribbean and stop in picturesque bays. We will start in Rodney Bay, St. Lucia, then go to Piton Bay. The next island is St. Vincent, then Bequia, Tobago Cays, and we will come back to the island of St. Lucia, this time to Marigot Bay.


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