A dream Sailing Vacation in the Grenadines

Your enchanting nautical journey begins in Saint Vincent!

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A dream Sailing Vacation in the Grenadines

A sailing vacation in the Grenadines is every traveler’s dream. With so much to see, cruising from one island to the next will seem like a scavenger hunt to find the best beach. Sail alongside a professional crew that will navigate through 32 enchanting islands, allowing you to experience the best of each island you stop at. This cruise can also be offered in 10 or 14 days.

Cruise Highlights

  • Tobago Cays Marine Park
  • Chatham Bay, Union Island
  • Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary

Your Boat

  • Saba 50
  • 4 total cabins
  • 8 people max
  • 2 crew members

You will sail in the Caribbean waters on board a Saba 50. This 15-metre long catamaran is both practical and comfortable. Inside, the bright saloon is spacious enough to accommodate all the passengers. To enjoy the sea air, you will have the choice between: the sunbathing areas located at the front, the sheltered cockpit where you can enjoy your breakfast facing the Grenadine Islands and the flybridge which will allow you to feel the speed of the boat while enjoying the view. Thanks to the stern skirts you can easily get back on board after your many swims...

  • Air-conditioning
  • Coffee machine
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Barbecue
  • Paddle
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Generator
  • Watermaker
  • Wifi connection

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


With its 4 cabins, this Saba 50 can accommodate 8 passengers and 2 crew members. All cabins have a double bed, storage space and a bathroom with private toilet.

Itinerary of your cruise

Thanks to this itinerary which includes daily stops, you will be able to discover local culture and traditions up close. Crystal-clear water coupled with amazing temperatures, this is the vacation you will always remember!


DAY 1 : Blue Lagoon Marina (Saint-Vincent)
Upon arriving at Argyle International Airport, you will be met by your driver who will take you to the Blue Lagoon Marina (about 15 minutes by car). After having met the crew and claiming your cabin, you can stroll around the marina or take a swim to recharge your batteries. Overnight at the dock.

DAY 2 : Blue Lagoon Marina - Admiralty Bay (Bequia)
You are headed for the largest island in the Grenadines, Bequia. Drop anchor at Admiralty Bay and take advantage of this stopover to swim in the crystal-clear water of Princess Margaret Beach. By taking the Belmont Walkway Trail, you will arrive a little further north at Port Elizabeth. This small charming village will leave its lasting impression as you stroll through its streets. Night at anchor.

DAY 3 : Admiralty Bay - Tobago Cays
This morning the skipper hoists sails for Tobago Cays. The cays are famous because of their rare underwater landscape, white sand beaches, and marine life. Put on fins, masks and snorkels to discover Horseshoe Reef, one of the most beautiful and healthy reefs in the West Indies. Take advantage of these stretches of sand to relax in the sun or go to Petit Tabac islet to look for traces of the famous pirate Captain Jack Sparrow and the beautiful Elizabeth Swann. Night at anchor.

DAY 4 : Tobago Cays - Salt Whistle Bay (Mayreau)
Weigh anchor and head to the smallest island in the Grenadines, Mayreau. You will anchor in the north of island, in a crescent-shaped bay called Salt Whistle Bay. The bay has great points to anchor and then you can swim to the white sand shore. Swim next to turtles and schools of brightly hued fish. Cross the small trail to get to kitesurfing beach and do just that!

DAY 5 : Salt Whistle Bay - Chatham Bay (Union Island)
Leave the sails hoisted towards Union Island and stop over Chatham Bay. Often nicknamed the “Tahiti of the West Indies” it is particularly famous for its surf spots. Hikers will appreciate the trails, in particular the ascent of Mount Parnassus (300 meters of altitude). Arrive at the top to see the true beauty of the island. Afterwards, dive in the bay to refresh yourself. Night at anchor.

DAY 6 : Chatham Bay - Friendship Bay (Bequia)
It’s time to set sail to start your return trip north to Friendship Bay. This bay is surrounded by beautiful white sand beaches. Snorkel to explore the seabed and the array of sea life that call the surrounding water home. You leave anchorage in the late afternoon and anchor in Port Elizabeth for the night.

DAY 7 : Friendship Bay - Blue Lagoon Marina (Saint-Vincent)
Take advantage of your last morning in Bequia to visit Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary. It is run by Orton “Brother” King a native Bequian whose passion is to save the hawksbill sea turtle from extinction. He keeps the turtles until they are 3 years old and then, he releases them into the ocean with a better chance of survival than the normal odds. Back on board, you set sail for Saint-Vincent. Disembark after lunch and then you will be transferred to Argyle International Airport.

Blue Lagoon marina  Bequia  Tobago Cays  Mayreau  Union Island  Bequia  Blue Lagoon marina

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
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Frequently asked questions

  • What documents are needed to travel to the Grenadines?

    EU and non-EU citizens should check with the consulate of their country of origin for information on formalities.
  • Who organizes my transfers between the airport and the boat?

    Your transfers to and from Argyle airport and the marina are included in your package. You will be met at the airport by our driver, who will drive you to Blue Lagoon Marina (about 15 minutes by car). Don't forget to forward your arrival times to your advisor.
  • What vaccines are recommended to travel to the Grenadines?

    For a trip to the Grenadines, no vaccination is required for your stay. However, we advise you to pay attention to different things such as:

    The Zika Virus
    Dengue fever
    The Chikungunya

    Protect yourself against mosquito bites
    For these diseases, there is no vaccine or treatment; only symptoms are treated. It is therefore necessary to protect yourself as much as possible from injections.
    Wear long, covering clothing, especially in the forest, where you will wear long pants and sleeves, especially in the morning and evening. Avoid dark fabrics. Don't wear perfume... On the repellent side, there are now organic repellents, less harmful than those containing DEET. At night, use a mosquito net whenever possible: it is one of the most effective protections.
  • What currency is used in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines?

    The currency unit in the Grenadines is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$ or XCD)
  • What is the skipper's job? And the hostess?

    All the skippers we offer are registered and hold the necessary professional certificates. They speak fluent English. If you have any special requirements regarding the skipper, please let us know. The skipper is responsible for navigation and your safety on board. Feel free to participate with him in the manoeuvres, he will be happy to teach you the basics of navigation. Concerning the organisation, the skipper sleeps on the boat, either in a separate cabin or in the saloon. The skipper is not in charge of cooking or washing dishes. On request, a hostess (or cook) can prepare your meals, clean the saloon, clean your cabins and more generally ensure that the boat is in good order. all our cabin cruises include the services, at a minimum, of a skipper and a hostess (unless otherwise specified in the contract)
  • How do I confirm my booking?

    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 your down payment has been recieved (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.
  • What happens if I need to cancel my cruise?

    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 = 30%; 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.