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Sailing in the Caribbean: Tobago to Martinique

Port of departure: Scarborough, Trinidad y Tobago
1,240€ Per personFull boat
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Join us in the Caribbean for winter sun sailing as she works her way north through the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. Spend 10 days sailing and exploring these beautiful turquoise waters and island hopping your way from Tobago to Martinique.


Your holiday will begin on the island of Tobago, the smaller of the two islands of Trinidad and Tobago and is known for its glorious sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and beautiful tropical rainforest. Scarborough is the capital port city, home to the 18th-century ruins of Fort King George, and now home to the Tobago Museum. Tobago is rich with wildlife and is home to over 230 species of birds; its closeness to the mainland makes the island an ideal stopover point for migratory birds.


From here you will sail north and island hop to islands such as Grenada, St Vincent, St Lucia and finally finishing in Martinique. There is no fixed itinerary for your sailing holiday so there is no guarantee that you will reach all the islands listed as we will need to sail where the wind and weather take us. The Skipper will have a better idea of the holiday plan as you come aboard and will give a briefing on your first evening.


The beauty of being on a ship in these breathtaking islands is that we can take you to the unspoilt, authentic Caribbean, away from the busy resorts and beaches. Experience true Caribbean culture, from small fishing villages to lively, colourful carnivals. The crew will aim to give you time to explore the islands as you wish, finding harbours to berth at and secluded bays to anchor in. Feel the sand between your toes, soak up the wonderfully colourful Caribbean culture, snorkel with the fantastic marine life or simply kick back and relax on the beach.

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Wildlife in the Caribbean is a real treat. Spot graceful Green and Loggerhead Sea Turtles gliding effortlessly through the water and Bottlenose Dolphins swimming with the wake of the bow. Whales also frequent the Caribbean sea, with the warm water providing the perfect breeding grounds at this time of year for the humpback whale. Birdlife in the Caribbean is an incredibly beautiful sight. Keep your binoculars at the ready to spot these colourful delights. With species only native to the Caribbean, these are once in a lifetime encounters! Pink Flamingoes are also a common bird across the Caribbean islands; these sociable creatures inhabit the blue lagoons, mudflats and lakes, living in colonies that can contain thousands of individuals.

Onboard the schooner, we combine luxury with the traditional to provide a unique sailing holiday experience, as either a novice sailor or an experienced hand. The aim is to include you in as much or as little as you wish to take part in; hoisting of the sails, helming the ship or simply being on wildlife watch and soaking up the Caribbean sunshine. We believe that in our fast-moving modern world, there is a great deal of satisfaction to work as part of a team aboard a ship from a bygone era; navigating the seas, discovering new islands and enjoying that winter sunshine. Our crew are exactly who you want to be joining you whilst you holiday. Their accommodating nature and experience will instantly put you at ease and they will undoubtedly look after you and even if you have no experience, they will instil great confidence in literally helping you to learn the ropes.

Onboard we have our very own chef; having previously worked in 5-star restaurants, he prides himself on freshly cooked and locally sourced produce. He will often be the first to jump ashore as soon as the sails are down in search of a local delicacy! Breakfast, lunch, dinner and hot drinks are all included in your ticket price and alcohol and soft drinks can be purchased onboard at a reduced rate.
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Included in the price
  • Final cleaning
  • Costs of mooring and anchoring
  • Meals on board
  • Professional skipper
  • Bed linens
  • Gas
  • Tender
Not included in the price
  • Airport transfer
  • Travel to the boat
  • Food off the boat
  • Flights
Additional information
The price indicated is per person, in a shared cabin. Cabins can also be rented for private occupation, at a price of 1750€.

Food, coffee and tea is included. The other drinks are exclusive, and paid onboard in cash at very reasonable prices.

EMBARK: TOBAGO 15.00 – DISEMBARK MARTINIQUE 10.00
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Itinerary
Scarborough, Trinidad y Tobago
Lesser Antilles
The boat
Originally built with a wooden hull in 1902, her original purpose was to transport fish between fishing boats and back to the harbour. To ensure the fish remained fresh, the ship was built and rigged for speed.

During her working life, she was refitted with a steel hull and after several other owners, she was transformed in 1998 into a luxury passenger vessel. Renovated again in 2012, she was updated with all new safety features/equipment and all the modern comforts you could possibly want from a charter vessel.

With her graceful design and sailing lines, the ship is still very fast, and reliable, and is truly comfortable under full sail. Her build and modern rigging system, allows her to perform excellently both on the Ijsselmeer, Baltic Sea and out on the Atlantic ocean, with most of her time spent in the North & Baltic Sea when she isn’t making the voyage down to the Canary Islands or around the Caribbean.

Whether at the helm, on deck or in the cosy wheelhouse, the vessel is much loved by all her guests
- accommodation of 2 and 3 berth cabins makes her a perfect ship for families too.
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Details
  • Model:Custom - Schooner
  • Capacity:22 spots
  • Length:36.00 m
  • Cabins:8
  • Year:1902
  • Bathrooms:2
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  • Sailing in the Caribbean: Martinique to Antigua
    Laura
    February 2020
    Excellent experience !! A great team, nothing can be better! The tour, the food, the boat. Super recommended!
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