Grenada to Antigua

$1,700US/£1,345pp*

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Standard cabin: $1,700US/£1,345pp*
*Trips are priced in the operator’s local currency. The sterling amount shown is a guide only and the amount you pay in sterling will change with currency fluctuations.

13 Nights

 

Come with us as we sail past and visit some of the most sort after sailing destinations. Carriacou – home of traditional boat-building skills, Tobago Cays – stunning natural reefs in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, St. Vincent & The Grenadines – home of Jack Sparrow and his pirate friends, St. Lucia – gorgeous rock formations and spectacular snorkelling, Martinique and Guadeloupe – a little French chic in the Caribbean, Dominica – unspoiled forests full of wildlife, and of course Antigua with the bustling superyacht set and 365 beaches, one for every day of the year!

Trip Start: 30 March 2020

Trip End: 12 April 2020

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VESSEL

Vessel Type

70-foot gaff rigged ketch. Originally built in 1943

Vessel Length

70ft

Skipper

Yes

Berth

Single bunks

YOUR TRIP

Deposit and cancellation:

25% deposit. STRICT.

See deposit and cancellations policy

Included

  • All charges regarding port fees, tourists fees and fuel expenses.
  • Full board, breakfast, lunch, soft drinks on board and evening meals whilst on passage

Additional

  • Transport to and from the vessel
  • Personal expenses ashore
  • Food ashore
  • Fees for events that take place outside the ship.
  • Beverages besides the included drinks during the meals.

GETTING THERE (AND BACK)

Getting there

Port Louis Marina, Grenada

Getting back

Nelson’s Dockyard, Antigua

Come with us as we sail past and visit some of the most sort after sailing destinations. Carriacou – home of traditional boat-building skills, Tobago Cays – stunning natural reefs in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, St. Vincent & The Grenadines – home of Jack Sparrow and his pirate friends, St. Lucia – gorgeous rock formations and spectacular snorkelling, Martinique and Guadeloupe – a little French chic in the Caribbean, Dominica – unspoiled forests full of wildlife, and of course Antigua with the bustling superyacht set and 365 beaches, one for every day of the year!

ITINERARY

On this trip, you will be signed on the ship as genuine members of the crew. We take a fairly leisurely cruise up or down the Eastern Caribbean Island chain, stopping at several idyllic locations en-route. You will have the opportunity to take part in all aspects of sailing the ship from hauling on lines to steering a course to, of course, making a cuppa for your shipmates!

At the beginning of the trip you will be allocated to a “watch” headed by one of our full-time professional crew and each ‘watch’ takes its turn at running the ship. There will be a chance to make an overnight passage or two when the watch system really comes into its own. One watch on, one watch sleeping (or star gazing/reading or just generally chillin’).

These are really fantastic trips for experienced and complete novice sailors alike. Good ‘mile building ‘ for those going for exams and some tuition is available from one of our experienced RYA instructors (and examiners!). Give and take as much as you want to from these trips. We promise your voyage will be a memorable experience and you will often make lifelong shipmates.We look forward to meeting you and ‘signing you on’. What are you waiting for?

KIT LIST

Light waterproof shell

Sunhat

Sailing Gloves

Hiking shoes / boots – suitable for exploring on rough or wet terrain ashore

Swimwear

Camera, batteries, memory cards etc – it is possible to charge camera batteries onboard but it is a good idea to bring spare batteries and lots of memory card space

Toiletries – basic wash kit with travel-sized bottles

Eye mask and earplugs – can make sleeping easier on board a boat

Any personal medications that you need – ensure you have enough to last the whole trip

Dry bags – recommended for keeping any electrical kit in and for taking things ashore

Head torch – ideally with a red light function

Sunscreen

Sunglasses

A set of ‘shore clothes’ for travelling in / rest days in town

Passport / visas

Credit/debit card for shore-based activities or travel emergencies

Kitbag – this must be squashy type (not a suitcase) a large barrel type bag is ideal

INSURANCE

It is the responsibility of each member of the voyage crew to ensure that they have sufficient cover for their needs.

You must be covered for tall ship sailing outside of coastal waters.

You will not be able to sail if you do not have adequate insurance.

We can recommend an appropriate insurer. Please enquire when booking.

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LOCATION

“I would thoroughly recommend an adventure with Kraken.”

Tom

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