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St. Lucia, St Vincent and The Grenadines, Eleven nights of sailing in a tropical paradise.

Day 1

Join the yacht at Marigot Bay, St Lucia,  a beautiful bay in which some of the 60’s movie “Dr. Dolittle” was filmed.  Enjoy your welcome cocktail and a light lunch whilst getting to know your captain & crew.

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Marigot Bay, St Lucia

Day 2

Take a short sail down the protected coastline to the Pitons – anchor between these two majestic monoliths of nature. Visit La Ladera resort, nestled between the Pitons for a cocktail & breath-taking views of the bay.

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The Pitons, St Lucia

Day 3

Sail from the Pitons towards St Vincent, this will be a sail of between 2-4 hours.  Keep an eye out for Dolphins & cast the lines for some blue water fishing!   Anchor overnight in the palm fringed Bay, Chateaubelair Bay.

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Chateaubelair Bay, St Vincnet

Day 4

A short hop to Wallilabou Bay, where “Pirates of the Caribbean” was filmed.  Take a wander along the beach and chat to the friendly locals or just enjoy the views from the yacht.  After lunch continue the sail (2-3hrs) towards Bequia, arrive late afternoon for a cocktail at the bar on pretty “Princess Margaret Beach” pictured below.

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Princess Margaret Beach, Bequia

Day 5

After breakfast take a stroll ashore in charming Port Elizabeth, known for building boats which are still hand carved on the beach under the shade of the palm trees. Soak up the relaxed atmosphere of this charming Island, take a stroll in the town or an Island tour visiting the Turtle Sanctuary. Scuba diving available with a local operator. Optional lunch stop at Petit Nevis, followed by an afternoon sail to Mustique.

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The village grocery, Mustique

Mustique Island – a favorite of the British Royal Family. Hire a “mule” (golf-cart!) and explore the island, visit one of the pretty reef lined beaches.  Enjoy evening cocktails at “Basil’s bar” or “Fire-fly” (no cameras allowed!).

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Mustique Island

Day 7

Sail to the Tobago Cays – a group of small deserted islands protected by a Horseshoe Reef. A handful of small sand beaches to explore & crystal clear water to enjoy….. excellent for spotting turtles and some of the best diving in the Grenadines. Enjoy a fresh lobster BBQ on the beach under the stars, with the sound of the surf your background music.

Tabago Cays, The Grenadines.

Day 8

It is a short hop for lunch at Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau, a beautiful bay with a sweeping half-moon beach, and a woodland atmosphere.

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Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau, The Grenadines

Enjoy a downwind sail to Chatham Bay, Union Island. This is an unspoiled & protected anchorage, with a long beach and some great snorkeling. The perfect spot for water-sports, Sun-fish sailing, wake-boarding or waterskiing.

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Casuarina Beach, Palm Island

Day 9

After a relaxing morning in Chatham Bay, (or perhaps some kayaking!) take a very short sail to Palm Island. Casuarina Beach is one of the most beautiful in the Windward Islands – golden sand lapped by translucent turquoise water, it is picture perfect, see below.

It’s another short hop to visit Petit St Vincent, which hosts a quiet and exclusive resort where you can enjoy cocktails or dinner. Good snorkeling in surrounding reefs.

Day 10

Sail to Canuan Island, anchor in Charlestown or Corbay for some great snorkeling or diving, or visit the Raffles resort for a round of golf or pampering at the spa.

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Raffles Resort, Canuan Island, The Grenadines

Day 11

Sail to Young Island Cut, St Vincent. Take a private guide for a hike in the rainforest or visit the oldest Botanical Gardens in the Caribbean including the spectacular Baleine Waterfalls for a cooling swim.

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Baleine Water Falls, St Vincent

Day 12

Depart the yacht at Young Island Cut, St Vincent.

If you are interested in chartering AKASHA in St Vincent and the Grenadines, or click here to make an enquiry.

Contact Veronica now on 1 954 357 3950 (US) or 0203 239 5023 (UK) to start your charter planning.

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