ASA 104/114 St Vincent and the Grenadines Itinerary

Suggested Itinerary

Subject to change

 

Day 1- Blue Lagoon Marina (Embarkation time 5:30 pm)
On the day of your arrival, our DYC base is located at Blue Lagoon Marina, a mere 10 minute drive from the airport. The marina is a perfect location to begin your cruise.
A warm welcome awaits you, offering a Full Service Marina, Restaurant, Beach Bar, Café, Dive Shop, Market Store, Gym and a Swimming Pool surrounding by a true Oasis!
A safe haven overlooking majestic Blue Lagoon Bay, the perfect place to start discovering St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

Day 2- Following your morning boat briefing, we will provision. Then sail off to beautiful Bequia, a 8.3 mile sail into Admiralty Bay, the heart of Bequia which capital is Port Elizabeth.
The Belmont Walkway runs from Port Elizabeth right along the southern side of the bay. No need for heavy shoes for this walk as a simple pair of flip flops will do.
You’ll surpass gift shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and a dive shop along the water’s edge. Just beyond the Belmont walkway is the beautiful, secluded and as yet totally unspoiled, crystal clear waters at Princess Margaret Beach. Highly recommended!

Day 3- Today you can look forward to one of the, if not “THE” most magical destinations on the planet. A 25 mile sail (approx 3 ½ hrs) will take you to the stunning Tobago Cays.
An intimate cluster of five uninhabited cays, heavenly lagoons full of green sea turtles, coral reefs, colorful tropical fish & crystal turquoise waters.
An idyllic yachting experience, a dream for scuba divers & snorkelers, a paradise for beachcombers, and a film location for Pirates of the Caribbean.
The Tobago Cays and the Tobago Cay Marine Park is again one of the world’s most awe inspiring destinations.
You can close the night with a delicious freshly grilled lobster dinner on the beach with a choice of beverages included.  aprox $37.00 US

Day 4- Following  breakfast, a 7 mile sail to Union Island is worth the trip.
The geographic location is surrounded by the beautiful Tobago Cays Marine Park & other stunning Islands namely Palm Island & Petit St. Vincent.
The island has long been a favorite spot for sailboats cruising the Caribbean.
There is also a choice of restaurants, bars and night clubs for everyone.
A scoot over to Palm Island is well worth your time and you can also enjoy a “Happy Hour” drink on the unique Happy Island which was man made out of conch shells. A story you can tell to

Day 5 – Love beaches? This 6 mile sail to Mayreau is the place to be. In the North of Mayreau is Salt Whistle Bay, a perfect half moon beach separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Cribbean Side, with beautiful white sand, fringed by mature palm trees.
With a population of only 200 people in the village, a stroll around can be enticing, or if you are feeling energetic, you can climb a volcano, snorkel, dive the reefs which holds an abundance of marine life, or you can just sit back and relax and enjoy a cocktail from the local beach bar.

Day 6- You’ll dislike sailing off from this setting, however there is more to come. An approx 19 mile sail to Mustique is on the majority of sailors bucket list. It is unquestionably one of the most exclusive Islands in the whole Caribbean. A picturesque and secluded 1,400 acre island surrounded by nine pristine beaches of pure white sand, with gently swaying coconut palm trees and warm turquoise waters. The Island offers a number of activities namely: scuba diving & snorkeling, golfing, tennis, horseback riding, fitness trail and so much more, not to mention a 5 star spa!
Enjoy fine or casual dining and keep your eyes open for a few celebrities who are often spotted around the Island.
Pop in to the famous Basils Bar

Day 7- You can choose to sail back to Blue Lagoon Marina on your 6th day (a total of 15 miles) or leave in the early morning.

We’ll be back in the marina the night before 5pm or before 9am as disembarkation is at 11 am.