10
Days
8
Guests
18+
Age
Port Luis, Grenada
Place

Dedicated to lovers of kitesurfing, of the wind and of splashing water. On comfortable catamarans, expert skippers and kite instructors will let you discover breathtaking spots, sailing among Grenada, Union Island, Frigate Island, Petit Tabac, Mayreau and the wonderful coral reefs of the Tobago Cays. With constant trade winds between 15 and 25 knots, parties on the beach under the moonlight and many little surprises, you will take home some unforgettable sessions. Prepare your boar and fold the sail, we are waiting for you in the warm waters of the Caribbean!

STYLE KITESURF, CARIBBEAN, GRENADINES
DEPARTURE BASE Fort Luis Marina, Grenada
DEPARTURE DATE

Check-in at 06:00 p.m. of Tuesday 03 or Tuesday 12 March
Check-out at 10:00 a.m. of Tuesday 12 or Saturday 21 March

INCLUDED SERVICES
Travel assistance Double cabin spot
Skipper Tender with outboard engine

Cook

Kite instructor

Final cleaning Fuel and ports

Snorkeling equipment

Full board and food

Bed linen and towels AXA health and luggage insurance
NOT INCLUDED
Flight tickets Transfer from/to the Marina
Dinners ashore and alcohol Possibility of equipment rental

Personalized lessons

Cancellation insurance (on demand)

PRICES 2.350€ per person in double cabin.

Contact us to get a quotation for a customized Bekite cruise, with the possibility of choosing the itinerary and date of departure.

 

 

Additional information

Included services Skipper, Travel assistance, Fuel, Final cleaning, Insurance primary health and luggage, Dinghy with outboard engine, Bed linen and towels, Harbour fees, Food and beverage, Double cabin spot, Snorkeling equipment, Full board service, Cook, Kite instructor
Language Italian and english.
Class Catamaran
Product ID 351

 

1

Day 1 - Check-in:

After the transfer from the Airport of Grenada to the turistic harbour of Port Luis: a quite Caribbean town that overlooks a deep bay surrounded by mangrove protected by the sea by islets and coral reefs, the perfect location from which to leave for a sailboat cruise in the Caribbean Sea!

Once you arrived you can embark on our catamaran from 06:00 p.m. to take place aboard and to enjoy an apertif or alternatively to have dinner in the typical restaurants of the town, and to spend the night moored at Marina of the island.


2

Day 2

On the second day we will move from Grenada to the Grenadine archipelago. During the navigation we will make a stop in which it will be possible to practice kitesurfing and take a swim in the sea before reaching the destination.


3

Day 3

After breakfast, in the early morning we leave the moorings and you begin to savor the freedom that only the boat and the sea can give you. You feel the Caribbean rhythm, where there are no hours and you live in freedom, doing kite in every useful occasion. Lunch on board while, driven by the trade winds, we head to Union Island for a relaxing day with dinner under the stars...


4

Day 4

After breakfast, once the anchor is sailed, we'll head to Frigate Island, where we'll have the whole day to discover the island and its unforgettable beaches. A day of exploration and pure relaxation, between a swim and the other, will come to an end with dinner on board and night at anchor.


5

Day 5

After breakfast, once we sail the anchor, we head towards Petit Tabac. Here we will stop and you practice snorkeling and put the board in the sea to jump and run away in this wonderful sport. Here you can have an aperitif at sunset on the beach, before returning to the catamaran and having dinner.


6

Day 6

We open the mainsail and bow totake advantage of the trade winds on the crossing towards Mayreau. We'll anchor early to enjoy the whole afternoon in this unspoiled bay where for snorkeling, a walking on the beach or you can climb to the top of the hill above to enjoy the spectacular view of the Tobago Cays... The magical destination of tomorrow. Also here the instructor and the crew will give you all the assistance you need to surf freely on the wings of the trade wind blowing from the North East...


7/8

Day 7/8

After a short sailing already in the morning will present themselves to us the wonderful Tobago Cays: real pearls of this trip! You can spend two days doing snorkeling on the magnific coral reef, swimming with the turtles and exploring every angle of this paradise with the tender of the catamaran. You may relax aboard enjoying the naturalistic wonders of Tobago...


9

Day 9

Today wake up at dawn and departure with route towards the return to Grenada, here you can enjoy a relaxing day before returning home, with the possibility of dinner ashore.

Disembarkation is expected for the following morning at 10:00 a.m.


Check-out

The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.

CLASS CATAMARAN - CATANA 47

The series Catana 471 is a catamaran of 14.50 m from a French production. It is recognized as one of the most performing catamarans, offering great comfort and a speed that cannot be compared to the traditional boats. It is perfectly equipped  for sailing in any sea condition, with particular attention to the safety of guests. The catamaran has two 50 Hp engines, a watermaker for the freshwater supply and a power generator, as well as solar panels and a wind turbine for the production of electricity. It is complemented by a 3.90 m dinghy with 15 Hp engine. Sailing is a great pleasure. In every weather condition it is very dry: you will be sheltered in the cockpit under the big canopy, protected from rain squalls or sea sprays.It's easy to sail upwind, two sliding daggerboards are used for a fast and efficient course. All running rigging are controlled near the cockpit, therefore the boat handling is very intuitive and a lot of fun.

Technical sheet:

Type Sailing catamaran
Model Catana 47
Year 2014
Length 14.02 m
Beam 7.64 m
Sail area 86 mq
Cabins 4 double + 2 crew
Berths 8 + 2 crew
Bathroom/shower 4
Extra A/C, generator and watermaker

BeBlue reserves the right to substitute the boat presented in the catalog ( or not included in the catalog ) with another boat of similar class and characteristics.