SAILING-CLASSICS CARIBBEAN CRUISES
Grenada - Carriacou - Tobago Cays - Bequia - St. Vincent - St. Lucia - Grenada
Island hopping in the ‘Windward Islands’, that is real sailing through the picture-perfect Caribbean Saint Lucia with the Pitons (two basalt cones), Saint Vincent with the Walilaboo Bay, Bequia and Mustique (the famous islands) and most recently the Grenadines with Union Island, the Tobago Cays and the Horseshoe Reef.
No matter if you go to the foggy volcanic mountains on Saint Lucia, or rummage through the scenes from "Pirates of the Caribbean" on Saint Vincent, snorkelling in the Horseshoe Reef with rays or turtles or listen to old stories about the stones in Basil's Bar...
We start on Grenada and sail from there towards Union Island along the west coast of Grenada, past densely wooded slopes and small villages with colourful wooden houses. The water shows all shades of blue and turquoise.
We continue to the Tobago Cays, a small group of five dreamlike islands.
We sail along numerous small islands, which seem to be lined up on a string of pearls. One island more beautiful than the other. On our route we encounter numerous gems that invite you to stay - be it a nice little bar, a breathtaking anchorage for snorkeling or a deserted beach.
For example, our route takes us to the famous sailing destination Bequia, a cheerful little island with many bars right on the beach and a colourfully mixed population.
From Saint Vincent we sail to Saint Lucia. There, we enjoy the view to the Pitons, two cooled volcanic cores, which rise impressively almost vertically out of the water. Besides sleepy fishing villages, the island offers quiet volcanic beaches as well as rain forests with numerous waterfalls. As beautiful as it is here, we move on to discover even more. Via numerous jewels we return to Grenada, the spice island on which our sailing trip ends.
Beside the incomparable sailing experience and the 'being a yachtie' on board, this route is really a piece of paradise.
"Hey man, slow down. You're in the Caribbean!"