Sailing holiday from Martinique to Grenada
On the 9th of January, we meet in the marina of Le Marin, Martinique, onboard Montana.
We will sail in the paradisaical sailing area of the Windward Islands between Martinique and Grenada. The Grenadines are undisputedly the most beautiful part of the Lesser Antilles with its fabulous Tobago Cays.
Our first leg goes to St. Lucia, where we can anchor at Rodney Bay to make a trip onto the hills of Pigeon Island. From here you have a beautiful view over the bay. There are two more nice stops possible in St. Lucia. First, as a guest in the Marigot Bay Marina, you have access to the pool area of the associated hotel and can enjoy a relaxed day there. Also, the anchoring between the two famous pitons in the south of the island is an unforgettable experience.
St.Vincent, Bequia and the Grenadines
The trip is via St. Vincent to Bequia, the northern entrance of the Grenadines. Now there are different options: Mayreau with lobster dinner on the beach, Union Island with its Happy Island Bar and the Tobago Cays. Here the Caribbean comes up with its pearl of beauty: Uninhabited islands, palms, white beaches with turquoise blue water, diving with rays and turtles.
At the end of the trip, we will reach Grenada, where many bays are waiting for us to be explored. The rainforest offers spectacular hiking and hidden waterfalls. The capital, St. Georges, is a busy town with a terrific spice market. Snorkelling fans can visit the underwater sculpture park.
Party, of course, will never come up short in the Caribbean. We will experience a Full Moon Party on Union or Carriacou if we are lucky.