Sailing-Classics Caribbean Voyage

Grenada, St. Vincent & Grenadines & Horseshoe Reef

The dream destination for sailors: pure Caribbean and island hopping through the ‘Windward Islands’ – dreamlike sailing in the picture-book Caribbean .

Whether you’re climbing the legendary Pitons or other mist-shrouded volcanic mountains in Saint Lucia, poking around the sets for “Pirates of the Caribbean” in Wallilabou Bay on Saint Vincent or snorkeling with rays or turtles in Horseshoe Reef, these cruises – one week from Grenada to St. Lucia and the other week back – connect what are generally thought of as quintessential Caribbean islands.

Arrival & Departure

Grenada is regularly served by several airlines. There are direct flights from London or you can travel via Canada or the USA. St. Lucia also from London or with the island hopper flight to Barbados, where you can board the Condor.

WIND & Weather

From December to May, the Lesser Antilles often enjoy picture-perfect weather with plenty of sunshine and blue skies. Thanks to the constant north-easterly trade winds, the island archipelago is a paradise for sailors.

Highlights

We start on the Spice island Grenada (a visit to the nutmeg museum is well worthwhile) and sail north from there via Carriacou and the small sandbank Mopion Island to the Tobago Cays with a small group of five islets that are characterized by the famous Horseshoe Reef be protected from the open sea. A place of longing for all Caribbean lovers with a postcard idyll.

We sail on via the former whaling island of Bequia with its turtle breeding station and the well-kept celebrity island of Mustique to St. Vincent and Wallilabou Bay, all the way to St. Lucia with its unique volcanic mountains and botanical gardens inland. The next to the two Pitons (volcanic cone) and the famous Marigot Bay (where the Pina Colada was allegedly invented) offers much more…

Our insider tip: In addition to delicious cocktails, Basil’s Bar on Mustique also tells (old) stories about Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the Stones. Because they both have a villa there…

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