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St Lucia to Antigua Caribbean Adventure

From £2750 per person

Deposit £150. Deposit balance due after 8 weeks. Trip balance due 12 weeks before departure.
Travel from St Lucia to Antigua on a beautiful Oyster 62 luxury yacht.
Clear
Pay a deposit of £150.00 per item
Suited to
Individuals, Couples, Groups, Families
Difficulty
Basic. The professional crew are on hand to teach all guest crew
Nights onboard
9
Vessel type
Oyster 62
Vessel length
62ft
Skipper
Yes
Berth Style
Premium ensuite Double, Standard Double or Bunk Twin cabins
Insurance Required
Yes

Enjoy long days of sailing in warm winds and clear blue waters with opportunities of days ashore on picturesque beaches and swimming in warm waters. 

Dates: 4th-13th April 2022 - 9 nights

From £2750 amount per person

This trip from St Lucia to Antigua is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure exploring multiple islands en route to Antigua on a 62ft beautiful luxury yacht. There'll be opportunities for both relaxing on silk soft white sand beaches and exploring new depths by snorkelling with the most colourful fish and coral reefs.

Sailing Adventure

Starting from St Lucia we head north, first stop Martinique before heading on to explore the rainforests and waterfalls of Dominica. Then it’s onto Iles de Saintes, and Guadeloupe before arriving at our final destination of Antigua. This charter offers plenty of long day sails mixed in with days ashore on a variety of different beautiful islands.

There are plenty of opportunities for walking through exotic rainforests, swimming in clear blue warm waters, snorkelling with coral reefs and tropical fish, or relaxing on silk soft white beaches.

Dominica

The island of Dominica has a vast landscape of mountains covered in rainforest reserves packed full of wildlife. The National Park has a steam-covered Boiling Lake with hot springs and the massive Trafalgar Falls.  Roseau, the capital of Dominica is full of colourful houses and amazing botanical gardens.

Isles De Saintes

The next stop is Isles de Saintes where you can enjoy French hospitality in the gorgeous islands. These islands are home to Les Saintes Bay, the historic Fort Napoleon and the beautiful Pain de Sucre Beach.

Antigua

Antigua is a small tropical island of 80,000 people that lies at the eastern end of the Caribbean and has lots of British-sounding place names on the island, including Nelson’s Dockyard, Falmouth and English Harbour. You could spend a whole year in Antigua and visit a different beach every day! Look beyond the beach and there’s so much to do, including snorkeling and kayaking the secluded coves of the island, and hiking through rainforests to discover hidden waterfalls.

  • Qualified and experienced skipper and first mate
  • Fully coded yacht, licensed to charter anywhere in the world
  • Full Category A medical kit
  • All onboard expenses
  • Onboard food and drinks
  • Bedding and showering towels
  • Tuition and guidance from two Ocean Yachtmasters
  • All safety equipment
  • Fuel
  • Flights and transfers
  • Meals ashore
  • Wet weather gear

St Lucia

Antigua

Sailing Adventure

Starting from St Lucia we head north, first stop Martinique before heading on to explore the rainforests and waterfalls of Dominica. Then it’s onto Iles de Saintes, and Guadeloupe before arriving at our final destination of Antigua. This charter offers plenty of long day sails mixed in with days ashore on a variety of different beautiful islands.

There are plenty of opportunities for walking through exotic rainforests, swimming in clear blue warm waters, snorkelling with coral reefs and tropical fish, or relaxing on silk soft white beaches.

Dominica

The island of Dominica has a vast landscape of mountains covered in rainforest reserves packed full of wildlife. The National Park has a steam-covered Boiling Lake with hot springs and the massive Trafalgar Falls.  Roseau, the capital of Dominica is full of colourful houses and amazing botanical gardens.

Isles De Saintes

The next stop is Isles de Saintes where you can enjoy French hospitality in the gorgeous islands. These islands are home to Les Saintes Bay, the historic Fort Napoleon and the beautiful Pain de Sucre Beach.

Antigua

Antigua is a small tropical island of 80,000 people that lies at the eastern end of the Caribbean and has lots of British-sounding place names on the island, including Nelson’s Dockyard, Falmouth and English Harbour. You could spend a whole year in Antigua and visit a different beach every day! Look beyond the beach and there’s so much to do, including snorkeling and kayaking the secluded coves of the island, and hiking through rainforests to discover hidden waterfalls.

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