Let yourself be tempted by a kitesurfing cruise in one of the most beautiful archipelagos of the Caribbean. Departing from Martinique, you will travel through the Grenadines for 10 days with an experienced crew eager to share their sailing experience with you. Brice, your skipper and Priscillia, your hostess and cook, also a kitesurf instructor, will take you to the most beautiful kitesurfing spots in the region. Beginners and advanced will be welcome on this cruise adapted to all levels.
Sail the Caribbean Sea aboard the Neapolitan, a Feeling 446, which is almost 14 metres long. This monohull, whose plans were drawn up in collaboration with Eric Tabarly, perfectly combines performance under sail and comfort at sea. Inside, the saloon is spacious enough to easily accommodate all its guests. You will take the majority on the cockpit dining table, in the shade of the bimini. After your kite sessions, you can relax on the sunbathing area in front of the mast. Finally, the motorized tender (3.30 meters; 8 HP) will allow the crew to look after you during your navigations.
|Boat Model:||Feeling 446|
|Number of Cabins:||4|
Front sunbathing area
With its 4 double cabins, 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets, this boat can accommodate up to 6 passengers and 2 crew members. All cabins have a double bed and storage space.
Your adventure begins with a gentle night sail to the idyllic islands of the Grenadines. Each of them has its own richness (culture, fauna, flora...) and ideally windy kitesurf spots to progress or learn kitesurfing in complete serenity!
DAY 1: Martinique (Marin or Fort de France)
The crew will meet you at Fort de France (marina Etang Z'abricots) or at the Marina du Marin from 4pm. Once on board, you will meet Brice, your skipper and Priscillia, your hostess/cook and kitesurf instructor. You will be given a quick briefing on safety instructions and your itinerary. At around 7pm, you will sit around the table to taste the delicious specialities prepared by Priscillia. The crew will then hoist the sails to set sail for Bequia. Night at sea.
DAY 2 : Bequia (no kite session)
You wake up in front of Bequia, a peaceful island still untouched by tourism. You will explore its huge market and its stalls of tropical fruits, fresh vegetables and spices (mangoes, papayas, avocados, peppers...) animated by rastas. While the crew will take care of customs formalities, you will discover Port Elizabeth (capital of the island) and its shops. After your escapade, you will be delighted to refresh yourself in turquoise waters. Dinner and overnight on board.
DAY 3 : Bequia - Tobago Cays
This morning, you leave in the direction of the Tobago Cays, a group of 5 islands: Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Petit Tabac, Baradal and Jamesby. With its regular wind and its "flat" lagoon, the place is ideal for kitesurfing. The more experienced can also go near the reef to enjoy the waves that break. You will end your day with a snorkeling session. Swimming close to the reef you will encounter multicoloured fish, rays, turtles and maybe even reef sharks. Dinner and overnight on board.
DAY 4: Tobago Cays - Mayreau
After a few cables, the skipper drops anchor in the magnificent Salt Whistle Bay, north of Mayreau. Sheltered by a reef, the kitesurfing spot is very famous and suitable for all levels. After your sailing, you can relax on the beach with a fresh fruit cocktail. Tonight, Priscillia and Brice will offer you an evening of lobster tasting in the company of locals (optional). Night on board.
DAY 5 : Mayreau - Morpion
You set sail outside towards Morpion Island, recognizable by its straw hut and coconut leaf roof. You will take out flippers, mask and snorkel to observe the diversity of the underwater fauna and flora that its corals shelter (surgeon fish, lion fish, groupers...). You will then take out your kite equipment to glide in this postcard setting. Dinner and night at anchor.
DAY 6 : Morpion fish - Little Saint Vincent
You set sail again for a short sail to Petit Saint-Vincent. This private island is partly occupied by a luxurious hotel, where you can sip a drink in complete tranquillity. After having positioned your kite at the peak, you will tuck in and set off on your journey through the Caribbean Sea. And if you take advantage of the late afternoon to take a little nap on the sunbathing area in front of the boat? Dinner and overnight at anchor.
DAY 7 : Little Saint Vincent - Union
You're dropping anchor in Frigate Bay. Its flat water and steady wind will allow you to surf and progress in good conditions. Later in the day, you can disembark ashore and visit the village of Ashton. We also suggest you take a walk along the trails that will take you to the highest point of the island, Mount Parnassus (304 metres high). Dinner and overnight at anchor.
DAY 8 : Union - Canouan
Your cruise continues towards the north of the archipelago. After a few hours of navigation, you will make a stopover in the sublime lagoon of Canouan Island. Whatever your level, this spot will be a real Eldorado for you. The most novices will appreciate the tranquility of the lagoon and its incredible turquoise water. For kiteboarders who want to learn freestyle, the waves of the reef will be an exceptional playground. What better way to relax after such a session than to dive and swim in the middle of multicoloured corals? Dinner and night at anchor.
DAY 9: Canouan - Saint Lucia (no kite session)
Your ascent to Martinique continues. you will sail for a good part of the day before anchoring in the small Marigot Bay, located on the west coast of St. Lucia. Protected by imposing green hills, this haven of peace is home to numerous shops, restaurants and bars where you will be seduced by exotic ti-punchs and cocktails. Let yourself be surprised by the Creole culture and atmosphere that emanates from this island. An optional excursion will be proposed to you to climb up to its volcano and discover its hot springs. Dinner and night on board.
DAY 10 : Saint Lucia - Martinique (Marin or Fort de France)
Last navigation towards Martinique. During the cruise, the crew will tell you in which marina you will disembark (Marin or Fort de France).
Martinique > Bequia > Tobago Cays > Mayreau > Morpion > Little Saint Vincent > Union > Canouan > Saint Lucia > Martinique
The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions
|Departure / Return||Double cabinPrice per person including VAT||Boat privatisationPrice including VAT with crew|
Friday 01 May
Saturday 16 May
|1 690 €||5 320 €|
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