Sail south through the Windward Islands of the Caribbean from Antigua to Grenada.
There will be sunsets, sunrises, pristine white sandy beaches lined with palms and dotted with the odd beach bar.
Explore bays and coves that are only accessible by yacht. Snorkel with turtles and over vibrant coral reefs. Breath in the sweet scent of nutmeg, cinnamon, and clove on the warm Caribbean trade wind breeze.
This January we will be sailing south from Antigua through the Windward Islands to the southernmost tip of the Caribbean Islands – Grenada, the Spice Isle.
Sailing roughly 310nm stopping off in anchorages and harbours of islands such as Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, St Lucia, The Tobago Cays, St Vincent and the Grenadines.
You will very much be involved in the sailing, helming and general running of the yacht including the cooking.You will be grouped into a watch when you first board the yacht. There may be some warm tropical night sailing providing an opportunity to do some star gazing in a sky free of light pollution.
The yacht is a Challenger 72 and provides for a hands on sailing experience. Below decks you will have you own bunk, there is a spacious galley and saloon area, and 2 heads both with showers.
The dates of the trip are 14 – 24 January.
The price is £1047 and includes insurance and all food on board. If you would like to pay a deposit of £500 to secure your place use code CAR4141 when checking out.
Flights are not included.They are currently (as at 16/7) priced between £500 and £600 on skyscanner.
Generally, flights into Antigua would mean you would arrive at the yacht early evening.
You would need to depart the yacht in Grenada by 10am on 24th.