A relaxing cruise to the French Antilles, sailing within the enchanting background of Guadeloupe and Dominica to discover the uncontaminated islands composing this archipelago of the Caribbean. You will find super white beaches immersed in nature, facing a transparent sea surrounded by palm trees and coral reefs. You can sail in this piece of heaven by chartering a cabin on a luxury catamaran, guided by skipper and hostess who will always take you to the best bay!
|STYLE||RELAX, SAILING, CARIBBEAN|
Marina Bas du Fort, Grande-Terre - Guadeloupe
Check-in from 5 pm on Saturday Checkout at 10 am on the following Saturday
from €980 to 1.690€ (high season) for person in double cabin with bathroom and A/C
Discounts available for early booking and last minute, as well as for renting a whole boat
|Included services||Skipper, Travel assistance, Fuel, Final cleaning, Insurance primary health and luggage, Dinghy with outboard engine, Bed linen and towels, Food and beverage, Hostess, Double cabin spot, Snorkeling equipment, Sup and Kayak|
|Language||International crew and guests.|
Day 1 - Check-in:
On Saturday afternoon from 5pm welcome greeting by your skipper at the Marina Port Caraibes in Guadalupa; board on your cabin and know the other crew's members and start exploring the boat.
Set the anchor for a short navigation of half an hour till Îlet du Gosier on the west coast of the island: a spot known for the quite beaches and amazing coral reefs. Start the cruise in a wonderful place, snorkelling and scuba diving in an old sunk wreckship. Have dinner and spend the night here.
After breakfast set sail for two hours towards Marie-Galante, the 'hundred mills island' with 70 of them still visible today. Arrive at Anse Canot on the west coast, one of the most wonderful beaches of the island. You have to test the local rhum, one of the best in the world! After lunch on board, for the one's who chose the excursions pack, there is an organised 3 hour bus tour, visiting the ruins of a sugar cane factory, some of the mills and the castle. Included also the visit to the museum and the rhum distillery. Dinner served on board.
After breakfast on board, the 4th day is devoted to relax on the beach, discovering Dominica. The optional excursion consists in a guidedbus tour along the island, through the North Road, Amerindian Reserve Kalinago and the National Park with amazing Emerald Pool waterfalls, going through the unpolluted tropical forest. Lunch in a restaurant inside the forest, before the discover of the Trafalgar waterfalls, over 60 meters high. Back on board not before a round in the capital city Roseau and on the west coast part of the island. Dinner on board.
Today sail towards the west coast of Guadalupa, having lunch in the middle of the sea, before going towards the Cousteau Reserve, in front of Pigeon Island, where you have the opportunity to snorkelling discovering the coral reef, colorful tropical fishes, tortoises and if you are lucky also whales. This is one of the best spots for scuba diving; drop the anchor and have dinner under a starry night here.
After breakfast, the morning will be just diving and water activities from the catamaran: relaxing, swimming, snorkelling and SUP. For snorkeling lovers there is also the opportunity of diving in the local centers. After lunch, set sail for around three hours towards the archipelago of Saintes with 8 islands, and finally drop the anchor in Pain de Sucre.
After the rich breakfast, today we set sail towards Haut Bay, one of the two empty islands of the archipelago: discovering the bay by dinghy and also have a walk there. This is the perfect spot for swimming and snorkeling in desert beaches with crystal-clear water and white sand. The optional excursion of today is a village tour and in the Napoleon fort, that now is a famous museum on a hill over the island, where you will have an amazing view over the bay. During the afternoon sailing and relaxing towards Îlet du Gosier for the last dinner on board.
Disembark after breakfast, within 10 am, on Saturday morning.
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 - LAGOON 620
|Sail area||180 mq|
|Cabins||6 double + 2 crew|
|Berths||12 + 2 crew|
|Bathroom/showers||6 + 2 crew|
|Extra||A/C, generator, eletric toliets|
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