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Croatia photo sailing trip
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Sailors,
what do you imagine at the words Caribbean adventure? We imagine sailing the pristine waters of St James island, eating Barbados food that bursts with flavor, dancing to the sound of Big Drum on St Vincent. Maybe coming across a pirate or two, but not the real kind, of course.

This will be radically different adventure in a brand new part of the world for us, that is known for an amazing blend of African and American cultures, making it uniquely their own! Sip on the fresh coconut while rocking in the hammock. Grab a guitar or a drum set and sing "one love, man". And help our captain keep Johnny Depp off the boat (and hide the rum).

Young, steady and ready to relax and enjoy the beauty of the mysterious yet notorious Caribbean are welcome onboard!
Adventure dates
December 30, 2017 - January 8, 2018
We start on Martinique, and explore islands to the south all the way to Saint Vincent and Grenadines.
10 Days
А yacht trip around the most beautiful corners of Caribbeans
9 locations
Starting in Martinique we sail to the Saint Lucia island and onward to adventure
$2200
The price includes yacht charter, shkippers work, cleaning, towels and bed linens. Per crew member.
the map
Here is how our trip route looks like for some one who might look at us from the very top of the world.
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How much does it cost:
2200$
In addition you'll need to pay for:
- the flight, ~800 euros;
- general travel expenses (food, diesel, stops, cleaning etc.) – less than 200 euros per week;
- upon check-in to the yacht the 500 euros security deposit is being kept by the charter company. They will return the deposit upon the check-out.
We strongly recommend you bring some additional cash for all your recreational activities.
THE CREW
The ones who are going to share the adventure!
Meet your captain: Nikolay
Do you remember the feeling of coming home after a long time away? Nikolay had this feeling in June 2015 sailing into the open sea for the very first time. True story. He was born a sea spirit but raised as a land shark. He had to find out the switch up eventually.

And so like mother's cooking, the call of the waves has taken him to the Aegean, to the Andaman and the Mediterranean seas. His first solo sailing trip was to Thailand, and it still ranks among his favorites. He continues to explore avidly and after 14 completed trips his former instructors at Yacht Travel refer to him as "one the most ambitious up-and-coming captains around".

Being a generous type, Nikolay loves to share the glory of his adventures with others: family, friends and strangers alike. Especially, helping complete newcomers to open the door to Narnia of sea travel. Environmental consciousness is at the heart of his philosophy to keep the ocean clean and its ecosystems healthy. So he dedicates a lot of effort to build his trips mindful of the environment.

In 2017 Nikolay has already made plans to explore new seas. He is adding Norway, Caribbean, Maldives and Canary Islands to the list of his upcoming destinations.
YACHTS
Our Fleet
Lagoon 450 | 2013
Length: 45 feet
Crew: 10 + captain
4 bathrooms
Why choose this ADVENTURE?
Look at our detailed plan
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Day 1
Martinique.
We meet at the marina. Buy supplies for about 4-5 days. And lets begin our Caribbean adventure!
Day 2
Saint Lucia | Rodney Bay.
After a nice and probably windy sailing trip, we get to Saint Lucia. The views here are really classy. The point of the first Saint Lucia stop is to celebrate New Year by the Pigeon island National Park. Lets get the party started.
Day 3
Saint Lucia | Sugar Beach.
Here we drop our anchor in order to meet the sunset at the bottom of Petit Piton. The one is on the photo behind this text.
Day 4
Bequia.
Another branch of the cruisers paradise.
Day 5-6
Tobago Cays.
Swim, snorkel, sunbath, repeat. Legendary reef on the south. We spend here 2 days to relax and get as far from civilized world as possible.
Day 7
Saint Vincent.
After 2 days of wild stay we need to refill some groceries and fresh water tanks.
Fort Duvernette would be a nice addition.
Day 8
Saint Lucia | Marigot Bay.
Here we are locked in a narrow lagoon with a deep jungle all around. Some people say there is a waterfall not far from here..
Day 9
Martinique | Gros Ilet.
Lets chill in mangrove islands before we check out from our Caribbean adventure tomorrow.
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