A typical itinerary in the Caribbean
Embarkation in the early evening in Saint Martin, welcome drink and dinner on board. Weighing and sailing by night.
Arriving in Round Rock at sunrise, clearance in Spanish Town, capital city of Virgin Gorda. Anchorage in the Baths, incredible rocks piled up with many natural basins.
Day and night in Gorda Sound anchorage, with many water sports available and possibility to have dinner in the beautiful yacht club with your feet in the water !
Sailing in Sir Francis Drake Channel and anchorage in Norman Island, in Bight Bay, with dives in underwater caves full of barracudas and mora rays that you can feed and where Stevenson locates the find of its treasure ("Treasure Island" was written here). You can go to the "William Thornton", a bar located on an old moored coaster skeleton. Clients are jumping from the rail because of the "Pain Killer" cocktail they just drank. Night mooring in Supper's Hole, on the West side of Tortola and shopping in the famous "Poser Rhum" shop.
Mooring in Van Dyke Island, water sports and then mooring in one of the ten most beautiful anchorages in the world, on the North side of Tortola. Crayfish restaurant on the beach with reggae music.
Day on the beach in Anegada, white sandy beach and turquoise water. Coming back to Road Harbour, Tortola, via a last anchorage you chose.
Last advisability of going shopping in the Caribbean way and disembarkation.
The passengers landing in Saint Martin can have a week stay in this region, covering Saint Barthélémy, Saint Christopher, Saint Eustache, Saba, Anguilla. This will allow you to avoid sailing to and from the Virgin Islands. You can also travel by plane between Saint Martin and the Virgin Islands.
Cruise in Guadeloupe 8 days/7 nights
Departure from Pointe-à-Pitre at 8.00 AM, heading for Les Saintes. Arrival at Les Saintes at 11.00 AM. Lunch on board, swim, visit of the village, dinner on board
Breakfast, village transfer, hike in the island, Fort Napoleon, change of anchorage, swims
8.30 AM, departure in Dominique, arrival in Portsmouth at 11.30 AM, lunch. At 3.00 PM, guided hike in the Indian River (+10 € per head)
8.00 AM, heading to Marie-Galante, arrival at 11.00 AM, lunch, swim
9.00 AM, optional excursion in Marie-Galante, minibus, craftsmen, distillery, restaurant, river "Vieux Fort" in pedal boat or canoe
8.30 AM, heading to "Petite Terre" islands, arrival at 11.30 AM, lunch, swim
Swim, beach, scuba diving. At 1.30 PM, heading to Pointe-à-Pitre, arrival at 5.30 PM
Cruise in Grenadines 10 days/9 nights
Departure from Martinique at 8.00 AM, heading for Ste-Lucie, night in Laborie Bay
Heading for Béquia, stop to have lunch in St Vincent
Breakfast in Béquia and then heading for Moustique, island of the celebrities, party at Basil Bar
Heading for Canouan, anchorage in New Bay
Mayero Island, anchorage in Salt Whistle Bay
Union Island, anchorage in the Anchorage and Palm Island
7th and 8th days
Tobago Cays, jewel of the Grenadines
Heading for Fort de France
Fort de France, shopping, transfer to the airport
Cruise in the Virgin Islands 11 days/10 nights
Dinner in Saint Martin, heading from Marigot to Tortola
Tortola, formalities in Road Harbour and heading for Ginger Island
Breakfast and heading for Virgin Gorda, anchorage in front of the famous "Baths"
The Baths, Peter Island, Norman Island
5th and 6th day
Jost Van Dyke Island
8th and 9th days
Beef Island, transfer to the airport
Your itinerary is completely flexible depending on how active or relaxed you would like to be during your charter. Prior to your vacation the crew will be in touch to introduce themselves and discuss an itinerary outline with you. Ultimately this is your private yacht, so you can change your plans and stay longer in an area, or head off to new shores whenever you'd like - it is entirely up to you.