Cruise in the Antilles

Catamaran cruise in the Antilles – feel like a pirate in the mood! Christopher Columbus himself was the first of the Europeans to visit these picturesque places. He described the island of Martinique as a land of “incredible beauty” amidst the blue waves of the tropical sea. Life has been raging here since those time immemorial.

The island was immediately chosen by pirates. It is understandable, because merchant ships from America to Europe passed here, their holds were filled with all kinds of riches of the American continent. The looted treasures were hidden here, burying the chests in the ground, and drawing cunning cards, as in the famous novel by R.L. Stevenson.Of course, those days are in the distant past, but you can well feel the atmosphere of the local bays and tropical beaches by renting a yacht or catamaran.

Tour of the islands:

Martinique – Saint Lucia – Bequia – Mero – Tabago Reefs – Palm Island – Union – Mustique – Saint Vincent.

You will visit islets, islands, atolls and coral reefs. The tour also includes a visit to the Roma Museum. Well, really, what is a pirate without rum?

“Yoho-ho, and …”, you know). We will sail along the route of a real pirate, a local legend, G. Morgan, visit the places known from the movie “Pirates of the Caribbean”. Yes, the films of this epic were filmed here on the islands of Saint Vincent and Saint Lucia. We will also visit the private island Mustique. It is not at all that media, but it is no less popular, especially among celebrities because of its privacy.

And, of course, we will dive under the water and see the real treasure of these places – coral reefs. At the Tobago reef, you can get a close look at both the corals themselves and the wrecks of pirate ships.
Tour price “Cruise in the Antilles”: 1890 euros per person

Included in the price:

  • Accommodation on a catamaran (10 days). There are separate cabins, kitchen, bathrooms, tables and sofas.
  • Three meals a day + cook services.
  • Skipper services.
  • Day 1 – hotel accommodation in Fort-de-France.
  • Transfer from / to airport – seaport.
  • Travel videography.
  • Departure on an inflatable boat with a motor.
  • Cleaning the catamaran after the tour.
  • Fuel for the entire route.
  • Bed linen + towels.
  • Medical insurance.
  • Comfort package.
  • Assistance in obtaining a visa.
  • T-shirts with a branded print.

+ we take the insurance deposit for the catamaran!

Additionally paid:

  • Flight by plane to Martinique – 590 € per person;
  • Visa for the islands;
  • Charges for parking in bays and ports;

Frequently asked questions

Yes, this option is possible. In this case, you are not booking a boat, but only a separate cabin. If there is a sufficient minimum number of people, the tour will take place on the scheduled dates.

Yes, there are special safety recommendations for ships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After each tour, the vessel undergoes a special cleaning. On a yacht, you can minimize contact with other people, besides there is no one «superfluous» there, so no one gets infected during the cruise.

All boats rented by charter companies are insured, however you and all team members will need to take out travel medical insurance (for active sports).

You rent a yacht entirely for your group. You decide among yourself who will be in which cabin. As a rule, cabins do not differ much from each other in terms of space and comfort. If you are not booking a yacht, but a separate cabin, then you can choose from the options that are currently available.

Almost half of all people face this unpleasant phenomenon to one degree or another, but fortunately, there are several simple things that will help you in such a situation. Here they are: Seasickness on a yacht what to do?

The cost of tickets is not included in the tour price, you buy tickets yourself separately. But our experts are ready to help you in this matter. They will advise you on how, where and when it is best to do it.

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