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14th February 2021 to 10th April 2021

Brazil – St Lucia

£4999 Per person

Deposit Deposit £1,000. Balance due 12 weeks before departure
Embrace the ocean on this epic voyage, and explore beautiful Brazil, French Guiana, and St Lucia on a stunning tropical adventure.
Pay a 1000% deposit per item
Suited to
Groups, Couples, Individuals
Difficulty
Reasonable level of fitness recommended
Nights onboard
54
Vessel type
Clipper 60
Vessel length
60 foot
Skipper
Yes
Berth Style
Single berths (max 11 crew).
Insurance Required
Yes

Embark on an epic adventure over 54 nights, from festivals, hidden islands, to stunning beaches there's so much to explore.

54 Nights: 14 February - 10 April 2021

£4,999 per person

This is the ultimate tropical adventure, starting in vibrant Salvador, Brazil, at the time of their breathtakingly flamboyant world-famous festival then heading up the Brazilian coast to explore the hidden islands off of French Guiana. The journey then takes us up via the grenadines, where the scenery continues to dazzle, before finally reaching the jewel of the Caribbean, St Lucia. Join us on this 54-night voyage to paradise.

February 14 to March 02 2021: Salvador to Fernando de Noronha and Cabedelo

You’ll arrive on the 14 Feb, where there Salvador carnival will already be in full swing, so why not arrive early and make the most of the party?! Embrace the colours, music and buzzing atmosphere of the festival then unwind during the next two weeks as we cruise up the Brazilian coast to Cabedelo. We hope to stop over in Recife and get the opportunity to visit the world-famous Fernando de Noronha; a magical archipelago made up of one 11-square-mile chunk of volcanic rock and 20 smaller islands and considered one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world.

March 02 -16 2021: Cabedelo to Devil’s Island

We’ll spend a few days relaxing in the Marina Jacare Village in Cabedelo, making the most of the gorgeous sunsets before heading out on our open ocean adventure. A 1330 mile stretch to Devil’s island provides the perfect opportunity to get stuck into the sailing life. We’ll round the eastern coast of Brazil and along the coast of French Guiana, where we’ll explore the collection of islands known as the Îles du Salut (Salvation Islands), including the infamous Devil’s Island. We’ll explore the rich history of these islands, from the history of the leper colony to the incarceration of political prisoners. Treacherous rocks and strong cross-currents, shark-infested waters, as well as thick jungle, makes these islands seem like something straight out of an action-packed survival movie, however, these days they’re often used as relaxing secluded retreats, where you can enjoy the peace and quiet, an sip from a coconut on the beach.

March 17 – 22 2021: Devil’s Island to Grenada

From one secret paradise to another, we’ll leave the islands and head north to the Caribbean. A final offshore passage towards Grenada, taking us 3-4 days will give you the opportunity to work on those navigation skills, passage planning and weather routing. We’ll be greeted by picture-perfect black and white sand beaches, contrasting the bright lushness of the rainforests, as well as a rainbow of coral and tropical fish. This is truly a sailors paradise.

March 23 to April 10 2021: Cruising the Grenadines to St Lucia

The Caribbean fun has only just started though, we’ll head towards the world-famous Tobago Cays, (an eco-reserve) where five small islands are ringed with coral reefs, the perfect place to dive and swim, and maybe even come across a turtle or two! We’ll then pass by the neighbouring islands of Canouan and Mustique, Bequia and St. Vincent, before setting eyes on our heavenly destination: St Lucia. Home to the towering Pitons, volcanic beaches, and the Toraille waterfall. This stunning island is where we’ll celebrate our arrival with a local dinner and festivities, having completed a truly remarkable adventure.

  • Top quality foul weather clothing to keep you dry in any conditions.
  • Fladen immersion suits. These will keep you warm in even the coldest, windiest conditions.
  • Ocean-spec lifejackets. These are the best on the market.
  • All on-board food and snacks.
  • Daily sailing lessons and tuition from two highly experienced instructors.
  • Your travel to and from the start and end points.
  • Travel insurance
  • Any alcohol – but feel free to bring your own or buy some along the route
  • Any meals you eat ashore

Fly into Salvador. You can join the boat any time after 1200 midday on February 14.

Fly out of St Lucia. Leaving the boat by 1200 midday on April 10.

February 14 to March 02 2021: Salvador to Fernando de Noronha and Cabedelo

You’ll arrive on the 14 Feb, where there Salvador carnival will already be in full swing, so why not arrive early and make the most of the party?! Embrace the colours, music and buzzing atmosphere of the festival then unwind during the next two weeks as we cruise up the Brazilian coast to Cabedelo. We hope to stop over in Recife and get the opportunity to visit the world-famous Fernando de Noronha; a magical archipelago made up of one 11-square-mile chunk of volcanic rock and 20 smaller islands and considered one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world.

March 02 -16 2021: Cabedelo to Devil’s Island

We’ll spend a few days relaxing in the Marina Jacare Village in Cabedelo, making the most of the gorgeous sunsets before heading out on our open ocean adventure. A 1330 mile stretch to Devil’s island provides the perfect opportunity to get stuck into the sailing life. We’ll round the eastern coast of Brazil and along the coast of French Guiana, where we’ll explore the collection of islands known as the Îles du Salut (Salvation Islands), including the infamous Devil’s Island. We’ll explore the rich history of these islands, from the history of the leper colony to the incarceration of political prisoners. Treacherous rocks and strong cross-currents, shark-infested waters, as well as thick jungle, makes these islands seem like something straight out of an action-packed survival movie, however, these days they’re often used as relaxing secluded retreats, where you can enjoy the peace and quiet, an sip from a coconut on the beach.

March 17 – 22 2021: Devil’s Island to Grenada

From one secret paradise to another, we’ll leave the islands and head north to the Caribbean. A final offshore passage towards Grenada, taking us 3-4 days will give you the opportunity to work on those navigation skills, passage planning and weather routing. We’ll be greeted by picture-perfect black and white sand beaches, contrasting the bright lushness of the rainforests, as well as a rainbow of coral and tropical fish. This is truly a sailors paradise.

March 23 to April 10 2021: Cruising the Grenadines to St Lucia

The Caribbean fun has only just started though, we’ll head towards the world-famous Tobago Cays, (an eco-reserve) where five small islands are ringed with coral reefs, the perfect place to dive and swim, and maybe even come across a turtle or two! We’ll then pass by the neighbouring islands of Canouan and Mustique, Bequia and St. Vincent, before setting eyes on our heavenly destination: St Lucia. Home to the towering Pitons, volcanic beaches, and the Toraille waterfall. This stunning island is where we’ll celebrate our arrival with a local dinner and festivities, having completed a truly remarkable adventure.

Sailing boots

Trainers/ deck shoes (no black soled shoes please – they mark the deck)

Waterproof sailing kit (two sets are recommended. Heavy gear for on-board and lighter kit for trips ashore)

Hat

Balaklava

Sailing gloves – 2 sets

Glove liners

Hand warmers

Hot water bottle

Clothes for on-board and on shore

A small backpack for trips on-shore (30-40 litres)

A water bottle

Thermals, two sets

Thick socks, two sets

Sun glasses (polarized)

Sun cream – SPF50+

Small quick dry towel

Swimming kit

USB cord to charge your phone

Cash

Warm sleeping bag

Head torch

Sailing knife

Passport

Printed out Insurance details

Any medication you require

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