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During this stay, you will visit the neighbouring islands of the Grenadines.
The programme includes shore excursions, diving, fishing and guided tours. This maritime tour is for everyone.
During this trip, you will visit the neighbouring islands of the Grenadines.
The programme includes shore excursions, diving, fishing and guided tours. This maritime tour for tourists is within everyone’s reach.
Embarkation at the end of the day in Fort-de-France or Le Marin.
Departure in the morning for Rodney Bay (Saint Lucia) arrival in the afternoon (customs and marina)
Lunch in Marigot Bay (St. Lucia) and evening anchorage at Piton (the emblem of this island)
Early departure for Bequia (first island of the Grenadines) customs and visit of the village, night at Port Elisabeth anchorage.
Lunch in front of Petit Nevis Island and sailing to Moustique, walk in the island of the billionaires, night at anchor.
Afternoon departure to the Tobago Cays, snorkel with sea turtles and walk to an islet for the sunset view and to see iguanas and land turtles.
SATURDAY and Sunday
Departure for Union (Clifton Harbour) with its lagoon, village and market, in the afternoon, a short hop to see Morpion, Punaise and Petit Saint-Vincent then departure for Chatham Bay, on the other side of the island, an amazing place!
Lunch at Saltwistel Bay then sail to Wallilabu where many scenes from Pirate of the Caribbean were shot.
Sailing back to St Lucia and probably anchoring in front of Gros Îles
Return to Fort de France in the morning and disembark.
You will sail on the TAO a very well equipped LAGOON 470 catamaran from 2005.
4 double cabins with bathroom and separate toilet.
2 single berths + crew quarters.
The catamaran has :
Big capacity in cold.
1 desalination unit.
Snorkelling equipment of all sizes.
1 dinghy to reach the land.
Your crew is composed of a professional skipper to guide you during your cruise and a hostess to cook for you.
Cooking on board: Almost all meals are taken on board in the outside saloon under the shelter of an awning. The crew shares the task, a cuisine both Creole and metropolitan, copious, well-watered, the appetizers are based on rum of course, various drinks at will.
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