To scent the aroma of spices which haunts the trade-winds, to feel the warm sun on your face and the fine sand between your toes. To see the sight of clear blue skies above groups of green islands which brings you the music of drums on the evening breeze, calling you in to shore to sip a delicious cocktail and taste the local cuisine which will set your mouth watering…
All your senses tell you that you are in the Caribbean.

St. Vincent
As the capital of the Grenadines, St. Vincent and the surrounding islands are an incredible cruising area offering lively winds and plain sailing. The dock on the southern tip of St. Vincent offer a beautifully protected harbour, perfectly placed for sailing southwards as well as for inland day trips.

Eight nautical miles from St. Vincent, Bequia is an old favourite of sailors. Head for Admiralty Bay, where you can spend some time on land visiting the various shops, bars and fine restaurants along the sea-front. Bequia has several renown scuba-diving points as well as a sea-turtle sanctuary.

This is one of the most exclusive islands in the world, frequented by various figures of royalty and numerous rock stars. It is surrounded by coral reefs, beaches and sandy bays. The meeting point of the island, where holiday-makers and inhabitants mingle, is Basil’s Bar in Britannia Bay, the island’s main port.

Tobago Cays – Mayreau
A national sea-park that you just can’t afford to miss. The Tobago Cays are to be found on top of the list of sailing destinations. Snorkeling and scuba diving in the Horseshoe Reef, which protects this handful of islands, are activities that offers you to be in a kaleidoscope of underwater colours. You’ll find numerous docks and small sandy beaches surrounded by green palms to be explored.

Union Island – Palm Island
Clifton, the bustling main port of Union Island, has a cosmopolitan atmosphere and is also the main sailing centre of the southern Grenadines. Here you can find plenty of supermarkets and boutiques and you can also visit the shark collection in the swimming pool of the Anchorage Hotel. It’s the ideal place for a drink or a good meal. Palm Island: very fine white sand, an unreal atmosphere, an island that you just cannot miss.

Young Island - St. Vincent
Our base, Young Island, is located on the southern tip of St. Vincent. A delightful, protected anchorage which makes it perfectly positioned when you want to head you sails south or just make land trips around the island itself. It’s located just ten minutes from the airport.

Le Marin - Martinica
Our base at Le Marin is just a short ride from the international airport of Fort de France (20 km). The marina is the heart of Martinique’s yachting industry, located at the end of a beautiful lagoon. Le Marin boasts all the facilities you could wish for: well-stocked shops, supermarkets for provisions and a variety of restaurants; here you’ll also find fresh water, electricity and fuel.

Clifton - Union Island
Union Island, by some people also called “the Tahiti of the West Indies”, is the southernmost island of the Grenadines. Its location, just a few nautical miles from the Tobago Cays, Mayreau and Petit St. Vincent, has made it the ideal starting point for your sailing holiday. The island has a small airport and is easily accessible from Barbados, Carriacou, Grenada and Martinique.
Here you’ll find supermarkets for provisions, souvenir-shops, some restaurants and a dock with  fresh water, electricity and fuel.

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