Set sail in the most beautiful archipelago of the Caribbean

The once-in-a-life-time cruise!

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Set sail in the most beautiful archipelago of the Caribbean

Explore the Grenadines, a Caribbean archipelago of more than 600 islands aboard a luxury catamaran. We propose you a 10-day cruise to sail in this El Dorado of recreational boating! It is no wonder that Hollywood producers decided to shoot the famous saga "Pirates of the Caribbean" here! You will pass by the Mosquito Island, do not hesitate to stop in the famous Bazil Bar to have a drink and enjoy its view on the sea. A hostess and full board can be provided for even more comfort. An 8-day or 14-day package is also available on request.

Cruise Highlights

  • A magnificent Lagoon 500 for 8 passengers
  • Marigot Bay Creek and its "pirate" heritage
  • The natural aquarium of the Tobago Cays

Your Boat

  • Lagoon 500
  • 4 total cabins
  • 8 people max
  • 1 crew members

The Lagoon 500 is a catamaran over 15 meters long. This 5-cabin boat allows the crew to stay in one cabin and the 8 passengers to enjoy the other four double cabins.
The back skirts are ideal for a safe refreshment and to enjoy the turquoise water of the Caribbean. The cockpit at the stern of the boat is the perfect place to observe the sea while enjoying a meal. The front of the boat with its trampolines will allow you to experience unique sensations.
With its washing machine, generator, stabilizer and air conditioning, you will have everything you need for an unforgettable holiday!

  • Wifi
  • Air-conditioned cabins
  • Solar panels
  • Generator
  • Washing machine
  • Watermaker
  • Coffee machine
  • Freezer
  • Frigidaire
  • Barbecue
  • Paddle
  • Diving equipment (fins, snorkels and masks)

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

Your Cabin


With its 4 double cabins, this Lagoon 500 can accommodate up to 8 people. Each cabin, which is air-conditioned, is optimally equipped to allow you to have as much space as possible for your storage space. You also have a bathroom and toilet in each cabin.

Itinerary of your cruise

The Grenadines, a magical archipelago located in the south of the West Indies! Thanks to his experience, your skipper will take you to the most beautiful coves and anchorages in the Grenadines. In order to make you enjoy this destination and its local culture as much as possible, we offer you a family cruise, with daily stops. No two days will be the same, escape guaranteed!
The itinerary we present below is a suggestion. Depending on the weather conditions and your wishes, this can be modified by the skipper.


Day 1 : The Marin
Embark on board this luxurious catamaran and spend your first night at the port of Le Marin. You will have time to get to know your very friendly skipper and the boat. Make yourself comfortable. This boat has plenty of friendly spaces to relax and enjoy the cruise.

Day 2 : Le Marin - Sainte Lucie (about 4h)
The trade wind coming from the East will take you to the northern tip of Saint Lucia. You will discover Rodney Bay, an artificial lagoon with fine sand in the shape of a horseshoe. Wherever you are in Rodney, you will find an activity that suits you (beach, restaurants, bars, shops, casinos...).
A little further south, you will discover Marigot Bay, a cove that you have never seen before is waiting for you! You will spend the night there and enjoy an unforgettable sunset from the boat's fly deck.

Day 3 : Saint Lucia - Bequia (about 8h)
After an early morning departure, you will head for Bequia. Feel free to watch what's going on underwater. You could meet some great sea life(flying fish, whales, rays...). With its 18km², Bequia is the largest island in the Grenadines. Its inhabitants are particularly attached to their local customs and in particular, to whaling, which takes place once a year. You will anchor at Admiralty Bay, one of the most famous anchorages in the archipelago. At the bottom of the bay, you will find Port Elizabeth, the island's main village. Disembark and discover this little piece of paradise. Let yourself be charmed by a tasting of local fruits and vegetables in the Béquia market.
Other equally charming anchorage sites can be proposed according to your wishes.

Day 4 : Bequia - Mosquito Island (about 2h30)
You will weigh anchor to go to Mosquito Island surrounded by these 4 small islets. Before going to sip a coconut at the Bazil Bar, you will have to take out a gaff, because nowadays it is mandatory to take a buoy! This island is a landmark for celebrities. You may have the chance to meet Mick Jagger. You will find jeep rentals ashore, allowing you to visit the island at your own pace. For the most courageous, we recommend Macaroni Beach, accessible only by a pedestrian path. You can relax on the beach in peace and quiet and refresh yourself in this turquoise water.

Day 5 : Mosquito Island - Mayreau (about 1h30)
After short navigation, you will arrive on the island of Mayreau and, more precisely, in Salt Whistle Bay. With its fine sandy beaches and coconut palms, this bay is worthy of the greatest postcard landscapes! The place is also very popular with wakeboarders and kitesurfers. If you like reggae music and want to discover the Caribbean atmosphere, visit "Chez Robert." Located between the beach and the perched village of Mayreau, you will have a refreshment before continuing your ascent to the church. It is from this church that you will have a magnificent and unobstructed view of the Tobago Cays reserve.

Day 6 : Mayreau - Tobago Cays (about 1h)
Located only a few nautical miles from Mayreau, you will be enchanted by the beauty of Tobago Cays. This preserved Marine Park is bordered by a magnificent coral reef called the "Horse Shoe Reef." This paradise is ideal for wearing masks and snorkels, and swimming with turtles, rays, colorful scaly fish, and many other marine species. You will probably be tempted by fresh-caught lobsters or a wide variety of fish offered by local fishermen that you can enjoy on the beach.

Day 7 : Tobago Cays - Union
Cast off towards Union, a small volcanic island of about 8m². Often referred to as the "Tahiti of the West Indies" because of its mountainous relief. Perhaps you will have the courage to climb its summit, Mount Parnassus overlooking the sea from the top of its 300 meters? You will not be disappointed by this ascent. The panorama is breathtaking. For diving enthusiasts, don't miss Chatham Bay. You will swim with tropical fish species and turtles, an unforgettable experience!

Day 8 : Union - Saint-Vincent
You will continue your cruise up north to reach the island of Saint-Vincent and its volcanic mountains. You will discover the splendor of Cumberland Bay and its coconut grove. Aboard their canoes, the inhabitants reserve a warm welcome for you. This island will seduce you with its natural beauty, its walks, and waterfalls that will recharge your batteries. If you want to know more about this Eldorado, we recommend the services of Luggy (a qualified national guide) who will take you to the most secret corners of the island... And why not sip a little mojito behind a coconut tree at "Mojito's restaurant"?

Day 9 : Saint-Vincent - Le Marin
Head north along the island of Saint Lucia and reach the bewitching bay of Saint Anne. This last day of sailing may seem like a long day, but the comfort and facilities of the boat will entertain you. You can learn to fish (rods are available for rent) or simply relax in the sun on one of the cushions positioned at the front of the boat. You mark a stopover in the bay of Saint-Anne, which is located at the entrance to the port. This bay is home to a few restaurants and merchants where you can make your last purchases.

Day 10 : The Marin
After breakfast, you will hoist the sails one last time and sail towards your home port of Le Marin. You will arrive at the port in the morning. It will be time to say goodbye to this wonderful boat and its dedicated skipper.

The Sailor  Saint Lucia  Bequia  Moustique Island  Mayreau  Tobago Cays  Union  Saint-Vincent  The Sailor

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?

    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.
  • 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
    Due to the presence of the Zika virus transmitted by tiger mosquito bites, it is recommended that pregnant women or women planning to become pregnant postpone their stay or protect themselves against mosquito bites. Symptoms include fever, headache, joint pain, and rash.

    Dengue fever
    The main health concern is the increase in dengue fever cases throughout the Caribbean region. This mosquito-borne disease presents its first symptoms similar to those of the severe flu (fever above 40°C), before degenerating: nausea, vomiting, dehydration, even skin rashes... There is a potentially fatal hemorrhagic form - but fortunately rare.

    The Chikungunya
    This mosquito-borne viral disease appeared in the West Indies in 2014. The symptoms are similar to those of influenza, with the addition of joint pain, which can be severe. As with dengue fever and Zika, there is no vaccine or effective treatment. It is, therefore, necessary to protect yourself as much as possible from mosquitoes. Fortunately, severe forms remain extremely rare. In case of persistent symptoms, consult a doctor.

    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 protection.
  • How can I arrange my transfer from the airport to the boat? What about provisioning?

    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.
  • How are meals on board the boat organized?

    This cruise does not include any meals.
    For an extra charge, you can benefit from full board or All-Inclusive.
  • What is the time difference in the Grenadines?

    The time difference between France and the Grenadines is -6H in summer, -5H in winter.
  • What currency is used in the Grenadines?

    The currency in the Grenadines is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC$ or XCD)
    In 2024, 1 € = 2,91 EC$ et 1 EC$ = 0,3 €. 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!
  • What payments must I make in order to 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 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.
  • 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.