Explore the islands of Bequia, Saint Lucia and the Tobago Cays

Sail around these secluded islands of the Antilles
Discover the Grenadines on a Lagoon catamaran
Departure Le Marin (Martinique)
Full board
8 days, 7 nights
You will love:
  • • Island of Mustique, a private paradise
  • • Snorkeling in the Tobago Cays
  • • Beautiful beach at Salt Whistle Bay
  • • Visit the volcano at Soufrière
Price available on request

Nestled in the Caribbean ocean, the Grenadines islands make up part of the archipelago of the Antilles. Your cruise will allow you to discover these islands of varied landscapes, to relax on the breathtaking beaches and explore the tropical rainforests. It is the best way to experience the real Caribbean. We recommend that you take a cruise during the dry period which is between the months of November and April.

Your Boat


This Lagoon 620 catamaran measures over 19 metres and has exceptional living areas both inside and out: an open-plan living and kitchen area, spacious cabins and a well sheltered terrace. On board your cruise you will be accompanied by your captain who will show you the most breathtaking landscapes, and also your hostess/cook.

Boat Model:Lagoon 620
Number of Cabins:6
Maximum Capacity:12
Crew Members:2
Comfort onboard:

Hi-fi System
Bath towels
Beach towels
Snorkeling gear
The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


On board your Lagoon 620 catamaran you will love the spacious and luxurious cabins with large beds, plenty of storage and private bathroom with shower.



Set sail from Martinique and discover the most beautiful islands of the Grenadines, including the island of Mustique, famous hideaway of millionaires, and enjoy a taste of the local Caribbean cusine with BBQs on the beach under the palm trees. Your cruise in paradise awaits.

Day 1 – Le Marin – Béquia
Arrive at the port of Marin in the south of Martinique ready to step aboard your catamaran from 18h. You will be able to get to know your crew and your fellow passengers around a welcome drink. After dinner you will then set sail and begin your journey in the Caribbean sea. You sail along the coast of Saint Lucia during the night and be able to see the outlines of its famous Deux Pitons.

Day 2 – Béquia – Mustique
In the morning you will arrive on the island of Béquia at Admiralty Bay. It boasts many white sandy beaches, beautiful turquoise waters and coral reefs - Bequia is a true tropical island. In the afternoon you will leave and head to the renowned island of Mustique where you will spend the rest of the day. Enjoy a drink at one of the bars including Basil Bar where you may even rub shoulders with some celebrities. In the evening step back on your boat and have dinner and drinks together under the stars. You will moor here for the night.

Day 3 – Moustique – Tobago Cays
You will set sail around 8h for the Tobago Cays. Fans of snorkeling will be in their element as the barrier reef here is teeming with life - you will find fish, turtles, rays and plenty of beautiful coral. For lunch or for dinner, you may wish to enjoy a traditional BBQ on the beach (supplementary cost around 30€ per person) prepared by local fishermen: fruit salad, local vegetables, fish or lobster depending on the season, but you will always be able to try some delicious fish caught and cooked in front of you. Enjoy this true paradise, spend the afternoon and evening here.

Day 4 – Tobago Cays - Mayreau
Towards 11h you will sail towards the island of Mayreau. Have lunch moored here, before heading ashore to visit this beautiful island. It is barely 4km² but it boasts 2 of the most beautiful beaches of the Caribbean: Salt Whistle Bay and Saline Bay. Discover the unique village of Old Wall perched up in the hills. It is a very typical Caribbean town with its colourful wooden homes and relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Towards the end of the afternoon you will be able to enjoy relaxing on the beach in perfect tranquility.

Day 5 – Mayreau - Béquia
After breakfast you will head to the island of Béquia where you will spend the day. After the siesta and when the temperature drops a little, you can enjoy, for only 5€ extra, a magnificent one hour tour of the island: you will discover the fishing village of Hamilton and its coloured boats, the turtle sanctuary in the south and the whaling museum, as well as the beautiful landscape. Lunch and dinner on board.

Day 6 – Béquia – Saint-Lucia
Depart overnight for a beautiful navigation towards Saint Lucia. This large volcanic island, measuring 620km² is covered in beautiful vegetation and plants. First stop is to visit La Soufrière for a spot of swimming and then enjoy lunch on board. In the afternoon you will head back to Marigot Bay in Saint Lucia which is a stunning bay renowned amongst sailors: relax under the coconut palms, admire the mangroves and enjoy a drink in one of the bars including JJ's Paradise. Dinner and the evening spent at Marigot Bay.

Day 7 – Saint-Lucia - Martinique
After breakfast you wil leave Marigot Bay and head back towards Martinique. During the 4 hours of sailing across the Saint Lucia channel you will be sure to see dolphins or perhaps even some whales. You will then reach Sainte Anne on the island of Martinique and its beautiful beach before enjoying lunch. In the afternoon you can relax and unwind under the palm trees. In the evening you will moor opposite Sainte Anne for the night, allowing you to explore the town's nightlife after dinner if you so wish.

Day 8 – Martinique
After an early breakfast your catamaran will head back to base at Marin port. You will disembark around 9h.

Your stops:

Le Marin > Béquia > Moustique > Tobago Cays > Béquia > Sainte-Lucie > Martinique

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions


Contact us to receive the availabilities and prices for this offer
Price includes• Double cabin with private bathroom
• Full board (3 meals a day)
• Drinks: water, coffee and tea during the whole day
• Additionaly during meals : 1/4L wine per person, local aperitifs, fruit juice and sodas
• Crew members: captain and hostess
• Water sports equipment: snorkeling and kayaking
Price does not include• Flights
• Transfers between the aiport and marina (optional)
• Cancellation insurance
• Excursions
• On board cash box (obligatory): per person to be paid on site in cash
• Sailing tax (obligatory): per person to be paid on site in cash


If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 25%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking. We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with your personal insurance provider.
After you have made your booking the base manager will contact you to give you more information on your cruise. Make sure you confirm what time you will be arriving and also your flight details. A taxi or minibus can meet you at the airport and bring you directly to the boat at an extra cost.
Provisioning and meals will be taken care of by your crew. If you have any allergies or dietary requirements (vegan, vegetarian etc…) make sure to let the base manager know.
To confirm your booking you should inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will put an option (hold) on the cabin for a certain time until we receive your down payment.

The booking will only be considered final once we have received your down payment (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card) which is 50% of the total amount. A 100% down payment is required for any booking made less than one month before departure.

The balance should be paid no later than one month before boarding to GlobeSailor. Mandatory extras and options will be payable locally. Be sure to check with your advisor or the base prior to departure.
The currency in the Grenadines is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC$ or XCD)
In July 2016, 1 € = 2,97 EC$ et 1 EC$ = 0,33 €. However the exchange rate between the US dollar and the Eastern Caribbean dollar is fixed: 1 US$ = 2,70 $EC.
The Eastern Caribbean Dollar is used in 7 other English speaking Caribbean islands: Anguilla, Antigua, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint-Kitts and St. Lucia.
Leave home with US dollars or take cash out from an ATM when you are there. You can find some on most of the islands (except Mayreau), but be warned, they are sometimes out of order!
British and US passport holders don’t need a visa to visit St Vincent and the Grenadines, but you must have a passport valid for at least 6 months. On entry, you will be granted a specified period to stay. If you wish to stay longer, you must apply and pay for an extension of your stay through the St Vincent Immigration Department.
For other nationalities you should consult the advice issued by your government's foreign office.
Why cruise with us?

We have selected the very best boats, each with excellent crew members who will ensure you have a relaxing and unforgettable holiday! No sailing experience required: discover a different way to see the world, on board a boat with family or friends!

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Explore the islands of Bequia, Saint Lucia and the Tobago Cays
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