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Yacht cruise in the Grenadines

Le Marin Port
16.4 m
Up to 8 passengers
All levels
Recommended for families
Available in :
Private cruise

The cruise

Set sail with Serge for a cruise exploring the Grenadine islands! Leaving from the port of Saint Martin in Martinique, your professional skipper, who has years of experience at sea, will give you the chance to have an unforgettable holiday in this idyllic archipelago in the Caribbean Sea. Heat, sun, soft sand and luscious greenery: the Grenadine island chain is the ideal destination for a dream holiday with family or friends! To find out more about the top 5 stops in the Grenadines, click here.

Your possible stops during this cruise

Serge has chosen the best stops for you and will lead you to discover the must see spots in the Grenadines. However, the proposed itinerary can change according to your wishes! Let your skipper know your preferences! Together you'll decide on the exact programme for the cruise.

First day: Serge will welcome you on board his yacht. After a briefing on life on board and rules on safety at sea, you'll then depart for 10 extraordinary days on the yacht. After the first sail, finding your sea legs, you'll drop the anchor in Sainte Anne and spend the first night there.

Second day: You'll leave Martinique to sail to St Lucia, an idyllic, mountainous island which is part of the Windward Islands. During the 3-4 hours sailing time, you'll experience the intense feelings provoked by sailing amongst breathtaking landscapes. You'll drop the anchor at the Pitons or in Marigot Bay.

Third day: To Bequia! After waking up in paradise you'll set sail for the biggest island in the Grenadine island chain: Bequia. This large Caribbean island is an authentic place which is still unknown to the crowds of mass tourism. You'll drop the anchor in Admiralty Bay, one of the most famous anchoring spots in the Grenadines which welcomes numerous sailors. Inside the bay you'll find Port Elizabeth, where you can sip on a Ti' Punch and let yourself relax to the Caribbean rhythm of life.

Fourth day: Early in the morning, you'll hoist the sails for a short trip towards the island Mustique, a little farther to the south of Bequia. You can then explore this small volcanic island which is covered in luscious greenery. Relax on the pristine, white sandy beaches and observe the exotic wildlife. (Iguanas, manicou, tortoises, sea birds...)

Fifth day: You'll discover the smallest inhabited island in the Grenadines - the island of Mayreau. A real jewel of the Caribbean, this is an authentic island which is host to around 100 inhabitants.

Sixth day: Serge will give you the opportunity to sail more to the south to discover the islands of Union and Mopion. The former is one of the Grenadine archipelago's secret treasures. Away from the beaten path, this island has around 3000 inhabitants and is defined by its down-to-earth, friendly atmosphere. The island of Mopion is an uninhabited sandbank with a unique thatched umbrella built on it. The water around the island is particularly good for snorkelling. You'll the discover the magnificent seabeds.

Seventh day: To the north! You'll sail back towards the island of Mayreau to discover the Tobago Cays. This group of islets to the east of Mayreau is well-known for its pastel, translucent coral reef - renowned as one of the Caribbean's most beautiful.... Rocks are scattered around the spectacular beaches and the seabeds are exceptional.

Eighth/Ninth/Tenth day: According to the timing and the wishes of the whole crew, you'll make stops in the sites that you haven't yet explored whilst heading back up towards the north. You'll disembark in the port of Marin in Martinique after having experienced a dream cruise in an extraordinary destination.

The boat


CIGALE 16 - 16.4m


  • 2 double cabin(s)
  • 2 single cabin(s)
  • kitchen
  • 2 shower room(s)
  • 220V

The skipper sleeps in the middle


Sailing boat monocoque very comfortable of 16m, welcoming up to 8 people.
4 double cabins (1 with double bed, 3 with bunk bed) and 2 shower rooms / wc. It has a large rear mess hall, which allows to have a beautiful view on the sea!

Practical information

Life on board

Where do we sleep ?

The skipper sleeps in the middle

Food on board

The skipper helps you to cook, but everyone lends a hand.

Location and boarding time


Le Marin Port

Boarding time

A définir selon la météo

Landing time

A définir selon la météo

How to get there ?

Take a direct flight to Fort de France, Martinique (Air France, Air Caraïbes, Corsair). Then take a taxi from Fort de France to Marin. Shared taxis can also be used (find out more at the airport).

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