Sail one of the best (if not not the best!) Caribbean sailing destination!

Tobago chartered sailing photo Tobago chartered sailing photo Tobago chartered sailing photo Tobago chartered sailing photo Tobago chartered sailing photo

A sailing trip to the Grenadines


The definitive way to discover this paradise is by boat. A week will be just enough time to take you to the must see location of what is one of the best, if not not the best Caribbean sailing grounds. You can either meet your yacht anywhere convenient between Grenada and Saint Vincent but the more adventurous and desirous to achieve more sailing (even night sailing!) will meet with the yacht in Tobago then sail there. With names as the Tobago cays, Mayreau, Palm Island, Cariacou and Mustique, we promise the vacation of a lifetime through one Earth’s Paradise...

All Inclusive Option

What's included: Every nights aboard your catamaran in a cabin sleeping two people with en suite wash basin and toilet, maximum (4) four guests / Your very own skipper and first mate to look after you and who will be your hosts and guides for the week / Breakfast, lunch everyday that you are onboard, 5 dinners will be onboard, 2 dinners ashore / All beers & soft drinks / All the sea toys you would expect including snorkel gear, sea fishing rods and sturdy kayaks for adventure.


What's not included: Wine & liquor / Meals ashore / Customs & Immigration fees / Harbour & Marine Park fees (about $ 50 per guests) / Airport transfers can be arranged but we are not covering the cost / Tipping your crew is entirely at your own discretion / If you feel that they have done a wonderful job then a gratuity would be most welcome! Somewhere around 10% of the fee you have paid would be considered appropriate / Personal toiletries and sunscreen / Flight and cancellation insurance is not included / We strongly recommend that you purchase fully comprehensive travel insurance, as the relatively small cost of this will cover all eventualities from loss of luggage or accommodation due to flight delays, or even cruise cancellations within 90 days prior to departure.

Captain Only / Self Catered Option

You can do the shopping yourself upon arrival or we can provide you with a shopping list, do the shopping for you and place it onboard the yacht before you will arrive. We charge $ 50 for this service and you will pay the grocery bill upon arrival.

What's included: Every nights aboard your catamaran in a cabin sleeping two people, maximum (4) four guests / Your very own skipper to look after you and who will be your host and guide for the week / All the sea toys you would expect including snorkel gear, sea fishing rods and sturdy kayaks for adventure.


What's not included: Food, soft drinks, wine & liquor / Meals ashore / Customs & Immigration fees / Harbour & Marine Park fees (about $ 50 per guests) / Airport transfer can be arranged but we are not covering the cost / Tipping your crew is entirely at your own discretion / If you feel that they have done a wonderful job then a gratuity would be most welcome! Somewhere around 10% of the fee you have paid would be considered appropriate / Personal toiletries and sunscreen / Flight and cancellation insurance is not included / We strongly recommend that you purchase fully comprehensive travel insurance, as the relatively small cost of this will cover all eventualities from loss of luggage or accommodation due to flight delays, or even cruise cancellations within 90 days prior to departure.

Sample Itinerary One: Sail from Tobago to the Grenadines, Back to Tobago (8 Days / 7 Nights)

This is a sample itinerary. Weather or other outside factors may mean that your skipper sets an alternative course.

Arrival Day / Cruising Day 1: Meet your captain and yacht in the magnificent settings of the Lagoon Lodge at 9.30am. After settling in your cabin, the whole crew will be heading to Scarborough to clear out with customs and immigration . We will usually have lunch there. When back onboard, the captain will quickly brief you on the safety aspects of sailing such a yacht in the Caribbean Sea. You should get your sea legs on a short sail to Mount Irvine where dinner is planned onboard before sailing out to sea: departure at about 8pm. The journey to Union Island in  the Grenadines is about 12 hours on a reach.

Cruising Day 2: Breakfast in Union, while the captain is going clear customs and immigration, you can visit Clifton harbour or take your first swim in the turquoise water of its lagoon. Before or after lunch, take a short sail to Chatham Bay, a large and quiet bay to the West of Union. Dinner on the beach in a small rustic restaurant.

Cruising Day 3: Early in the morning, we set sail to Salt Whistle Bay on the neighboring island of Mayreau. This picture perfect bay with palm trees has calm water on one side of the beach and waves and wind on the atlantic side: this is the favorite for many of our repeat guests. For the novice, SCUBA trial dives can be arranged here through the local dive operator or walk up to a lookout point with breathtaking view on the Tobago Cays. Dinner could be onboard or there is the optional “rasta” style restaurant.

Cruising Day 4: It is another short sail to the Tobago Cays; arguably the most beautiful area of the Caribbean. The sheer beauty of this place will make you never want to leave. The whole island group is a Marine National Park, and is completely protected by the “World's End Reef” and the “Horseshoe Reef”. Some of the most exciting diving and snorkeling ever can be experienced here. You will spend the whole day in this archipelago with excursions to several of the inhabited islands, swimming with turtles, ending the day with another wonderful sunset followed by a dinner onboard. In this location there is virtually no light pollution whatsoever and your captain may invite all guests up on deck for a night cap and an evening of the most amazing stargazing.

Cruising Day 5: As it is hard to leave this Paradise, we usually spend another morning here, maybe moving to another mooring. After lunch, we’ll sail pass Palm Island on our way to Morpion just off Petit St Vincent Island. This tiny sand bank is well known as the only sign of man there is a rustic umbrella: another occasion for perfect picture taking. We spend the night in front of the very exclusive PSV resort and usually have dinner onboard as the only restaurant ashore is quite pricy!

Cruising Day 6: Going back to Union Island in the afternoon to proceed with customs and immigration clearance and prepare for the sail back to Tobago. Dinner ashore or onboard. Overnight sail to Charlotteville.

Cruising Day 7: Reaching Charlotteville, we’ll be moored in “Pirate Bay”, one of the top ten mooring spots in the Caribbean (Chris Doyle Cruising guide). Once again, we will have to clear in with customs and immigration. The rest of the day can be spent swimming, snorkelling, kayaking this huge and beautiful bay. In the evening, take a stroll back in time to the fishing village of Charlotteville. You can walk back to “Pirates Bay”, enjoying the panoramic view of the sun setting on your catamaran. You’ll be back just in time for a sundowner onboard. Dinner onboard or out to Sharon’s.

Cruising Day 8: After breakfast, pick up the anchor one last time and set sails for a gentle downwind run back to the Bucco Reef. Lunch at Noman’s Land before docking the yacht at the Lagoon Lodge. Check out will be at 3.30pm.

Sample Itinerary Two: Fly to St Vincent to meet your yacht, Fly out of Grenada (8 Days / 7 Nights).

Please add $ 1,200 for the delivery fee.

Useful link: http://discoversvg.com

Arrival Day / Cruising Day One: Embarkation is possible from 10am. Your catamaran will be moored in front of the Young Island Resort, 10 minutes drive from the airport. After being shown to your cabin and your new home for the week, take a little time to settle in and enjoy a delicious lunch aboard. The captain will quickly brief you about the safety aspect of sailing in the caribbean and soon after, you will be sailing to Admiralty Bay in Bequia. Once there you can either have a relaxing time onboard or show yourself the charms of Port Elizabeth with its quaint restaurants and bars.

Cruising Day Two: While having breakfast, you’ll get a first look at the proposed itinerary for the week. we sail downwind past the beautiful windward side of Canouan to Salt Whistle Bay on the neighboring island of Mayreau. This picture perfect bay with palm trees has calm water on one side of the beach and waves and wind on the atlantic side: this is the favorite for many of our repeat guests. For the novice, SCUBA trial dives can be arranged here through the local dive operator or walk up to a lookout point with breathtaking view on the Tobago Cays. Dinner could be onboard or there is the optional “rasta” style restaurant.

Cruising Day Three: Following a scrumptious breakfast, it is a short sail tothe Tobago Cays; arguably the most beautiful area of the Caribbean. The sheer beauty of this place will make you never want to leave. The whole island group is a Marine National Park, and is completely protected by World's End reef and Horseshoe reef. Some of the most exciting diving and snorkeling ever can be experienced here. You will spend the whole day in the Cays with excursions to several different ones, ending with another wonderful sunset followed by a dinner onboard. In this location there is virtually no light pollution whatsoever and your captain may invite all guests up on deck for a night cap and an evening of the most amazing stargazing.

Cruising Day Four: As it is hard to leave this Paradise, we usually spend another morning here, maybe moving to another mooring. After lunch, we’ll sail pass Palm Island on our way to Morpion just off Petit St Vincent Island. This tiny sand bank is well known as the only sign of man there is a rustic umbrella: another occasion for perfect picture taking. We spend the night in front of the very exclusive PSV resort and usually have dinner onboard as the only restaurant ashore is quite pricy!

Cruising Day Five: Going to Union Island in the morning to proceed with customs and immigration clearance and get a few groceries. While the captain is proceeding with the paper work, you can visit Clifton harbour or take a swim in the turquoise water of its lagoon. Before or after lunch, take a short sail to Chatham Bay, a large and quiet bay to the West of Union. Dinner on the beach in a small rustic restaurant.

Cruising Day Six: Sailing across to Cariacou and after a short stop in Hillsborough, your yacht will be moored in front of Sandy Island, another horrible place for snorkeling, kayaking and having a drink in the sunset.

Cruising Day Seven: Next move is off to the very North-East end of Grenada to the remote location of Green Island. There chances that you will be the only yacht there as this place is rarely visited. This left the reef and underwater life in its prime condition.

Cruising Day Eight / Departure: Early morning, it’s unfortunately time to pick the anchor up one last time and set sails towards Prickly Bay. After lunch, it is time to gather your belongings and memories. Your crew will arrange transport back to the airport before exchanging fond farewells. You will already be planning your next cruise...

Rates ($US)

All Inclusive, up to (4) four guests in (2) two double cabins: $ 950.00/day
Captain Only, up to (4) four guests in (2) two double cabins: $ 750.00/day

BOOK SEVEN DAYS GET ONE FOR FREE!

Itineraries