St Vincent and the Grenadines Cabin Charter

The perfect combination of cultural and natural beauty

Sail St Vincent and the Grenadines

Fascinating history, rich culture and West Indian cuisine – St. Vincent offers something for everyone.

Virtually untouched by industry and heavy tourism, St. Vincent and the Grenadines feature unspoiled natural beauty that most visitors describe with just a single word: Idyllic.

Explore these Caribbean’s unique islands onboard the largest and most comfortable catamarans of the whole area.

You will be pampered by the crew while discovering unspoilt beauties.

All you need to know about these amazing islands in the Caribbean Sea


Martinique is one of the shining jewels of the Lesser Antilles. Christopher Columbus sighted the island on his first voyage in 1493 – it officially became part of France in 1815.

You will find excellent cuisine, chic sophistication on its fine resorts and hotels, rich heritage and culture, art galleries, theatres, and museums. Yet, an enticing West Indian warmth and friendliness, a unique spice in its music, dance, local food and cultural roots, combine with everything French to create a unique way of life.


St Vincent

From the 32 islands of the Lesser Antilles, only nine are inhabited. St. Vincent, the largest, serves as your gateway to the Grenadines—including Mustique, Bequia and Union. Our base is conveniently located at the Blue Lagoon Marina on St. Vincent’s southern shore.

Many of the island’s oldest forts appeared in the Pirates of the Caribbean films. St. Vincent is also home to the hemisphere’s oldest botanical gardens, which comprises 20 acres of lush tropical plants, trees, flowers and exotic birds. With its fascinating history, rich culture and West Indian cuisine, St. Vincent offers something for everyone.

Tobago Cays
Tobago Cays

The Grenadines

Τhe Grenadines, with their stunning turquoise waters, is a string of verdant islands and islets dotted with sandy beaches and palm trees swaying gently in the ever-present trade winds. Learn about the old whaling culture in Bequia, experience the trendy atmosphere of Mustique (known as a playground for royalty and the rich), or head for the unspoiled, remote Tobago Cays Marine Park to snorkel colourful reefs teeming with tropical fish of all sizes.

They offer, as well, flawless beaches – white sand on the south coast and black sand on the north coast. There are secluded coves perfect for swimming and snorkelling, reefs, unspoiled fishing villages, hot springs, lush rainforests, rugged peaks and exotic flowers and fruit everywhere.

grenadines beach
Beach in the Grenadines

Cabin Charters

Tranquil turquoise waters lap softly against the hull of your yacht while giant swaths of tropical fish dart just below the surface.

Set sail on a Grenadines cabin charter from our partners’ base at Le Marin, just a short ride from the airport. The marina is set at the end of a beautiful lagoon and includes all the facilities any sailor could need: well-stocked chandleries, a supermarket and restaurants. Le Marin is one of the largest in the Caribbean that caters specifically to pleasure boats and is a day sail from the Grenadines.

You will be pampered by our partners’ crews and discover the unspoilt beauties of these fantastic islands. The itineraries include carefully selected cruises to show you the most excellent locations and give you a beautiful round trip of the regions.

Onboard you have your own private double cabin with an en-suite bathroom. Your cook will prepare for you exquisite recipes with fresh local products, especially tropical fruits, vegetables and fish.


Day 1

Le Marin is a quiet village surrounding a deep bay encircled by mangroves, interspersed with reefs and islets, enclosed by an isthmus protecting it from swell and the wind. As the first marina of the Lesser Antilles, Le Marin is the perfect departure spot for a sailing cruise in the Grenadines.
Welcome on board by your crew and installation in the cabins – dinner on board and night sailing.

Day 2

Navigation till Bequia, sailing successively along Sainte-Lucia and Saint-Vincent coasts. In particular, you will discover the Deux Pitons by night with a summit of 800 m above the small town La Soufrière.
Lunch in navigation. Further South on the island of St. Vincent, you will see plenty of rainforest hills and lonely pebble beaches.
At Bequia (say ‘Bekoue’), the first island of the Grenadines Archipelago, you will do a stopover at Admiralty Bay. In the capital Port Elisabeth, a small yet animated town, the picture of the Queen of England that is posted in all bars reflects the attachment to the former colonial power. Dinner and night on board.

Day 3

Breakfast on board. Discover Mustique, the island of the ‘jet set’ from Hollywood and other royal personalities worldwide. Luxurious hotels, private villas, selected bars and gourmet restaurants compose a sophisticated universe in the heart of this tropical paradise. Leisure and nautical activities at the anchorage: swimming, snorkelling, kayak, windsurf.
After lunch, you can go for a walk and visit the island and its beaches. In option: a tour of the island with a jeep or local ‘pick up’, swimming at the most beautiful beach “Macaroni Beach” (ca. 2 hours).
Departure for Mayreau early in the afternoon. Mooring in front of Saline Bay beach. Mayreau is the less populated island of the Archipelago with only about 300 inhabitants. This unique village can be discovered at one hour walk on a path starting at the beach of Saline bay. It is worth visiting the cottages, bars and restaurants made from colourfully painted wood and the small stone church on top of the hill with a breathtaking view over the islands nearby. Dinner and night on board.

Day 4

In the morning, short sailing toward Tobago Cays islets, reefs surrounding the most beautiful lagoon of Grenadines. You are in the very heart of a tropical paradise for lunch.
Enter the enchanting coral barrier world, snorkelling at shallow depth. Taste sunbathes on fine white sandy beaches. Try kayak, windsurf, or wakeboard. Just venture on desert islets to cactus, frangipani trees and endemic shrubs. Dinner and night on board.
Option: BBQ on the beach: aperitif, dinner with lobster (seasonally) or mussels and fish.

Day 5

After breakfast – navigate toward Bequia. Visit the village with its local market and small boutiques and take the most of this heavenly place and its coral reef. Start after lunch toward Cumberland Bay in Saint Vincent. After dinner onboard, you can go to ‘Beni” with steel band music playing in a hot atmosphere.

Day 6

Breakfast on board. Optionally, you can take a taxi ride to the island; typical villages, worth seeing. Swimming at a waterfall after crossing a standard hanging bridge (approx. 2,5 hours)
After lunch, head to 2 Pitons, symbol of Sainte Lucia. Dinner and night on board.

Day 7

Breakfast on board. Optionally, you can take a tour of the island with a driver and guide; the village of La Soufrière, the discovery of the Botanical Garden with its mineral springs and sulfurous baths. Walk-in crater of La Soufrière volcano, between smokes and geysers of boiling water (approx. 3.5 hours).
Lunch on board when sailing to Sainte Anne in Martinique.
Dinner and night on board.

Day 8

Breakfast on board. Short sailing to Le Marin marina and disembarkation at 10:00.


The itinerary is subject to modifications without any notice for technical or weather reasons. It is upon the skipper’s decision.

Excursions Package (optional) extra cost per person.

Day 3: Mustique: a tour of the island by taxi to discover the jet-set island with its villas and luxurious hotels. Swimming at the most beautiful beach of the island ‘Macaroni Beach’ (about 2 hours free time to enjoy the beach).
Day 4: Tobago Cays, BBQ on the beach: aperitif, dinner with lobster (seasonally) or mussels and fish.
Day 5: After Dinner visit of local bar with steel-band music (drinks with extra cost)
Day 6: St Vincent: The taxi ride to discover the island: typical villages, viewpoints. Swimming at a waterfall after crossing a standard hanging bridge (adapted shoes recommended) (approx. 2,5 hours)
Day 7: Ste Lucia: Visit the island by taxi and guide: visit the village of la Soufriere, which was the most important village in the XVII century, the Botanical Garden and the crater of La Soufrière volcano, between smokes and geysers of boiling water (approx. 3.5 hours). Mud bath is possible, payable directly to the guide at an extra charge.


Period Price (p.p in a double shared cabin)
November – December €1190 – €1428
January €1200 – €1440
February €1200 – €1440
March – April €1200 – €1440

Prices depend on the period and the cabin.

Prices Include:

● Accommodation in air-conditioned standard or superior double cabin with private bathroom
● Full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
● Drinks at meals (table wine and water), local aperitifs (punch, rum, fruit juice), sodas
● Service of the crew: 3 persons (captain, steward/cook, deckhand)
● Two sets of linen, towels and beach towels per person/week
● Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
● Insurance for the yacht and the passengers
● Water sports on board: snorkelling equipment, sea kayak, fishing gear

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  • Debbie Shuttlewood

    Do you do shorter trips in this area please?

    • Christopher Lait

      Hi Debbie, Yes we have short trips, but do remember that you don’t always leave on the first day, and you have to have the boat back thte night before. Eventually, if you shorten too much, you don’t really get anywhere unfortunately. Yachts sail on average, at a leisurely 5 – 7mph. It’s a great way to explore any area, yet you will have to allow time to get form place to place and home again.

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