Set sail on an unforgettable Caribbean catamaran cruise in the pristine waters of the Tobago Cays Marine Park from Martinique. We'll sail between the islands of the Grenadine archipelago and discover colourful coral reefs and postcard-perfect beaches you'll never forget. The Caribbean as you've never seen it, hoist the sails! Selected catamarans and sailboats are waiting for you to sail the Grenadine archipelago in the Caribbean; contact us for a customised quote.


DEPARTURE BASE Marina Le Marin, Martinique
TIME OF DEPARTURE Check-in at 6 pm on departure day - Check-out by 9 am after 11 days

Included services

Travel assistance and registration fee
Sailing boat or catamaran
First and last night in Marina
Bed linen
Route and wheater forecast briefing

Not included services

Final cleaning (from €130)
Fuel (approx. €150)
Skipper (from €1.050)
Hostess (from €850)
Outboard engine for dinghy (from €60)
Extra ports and buoys (approx. €100)
Food provisions on-line with delivery on board
Tailor-made rent insurance

Available sailboats and catamarans with 4/5 cabins double and 3/4 baths, perfect for groups of 6 or 10 people. 

Sailboats from €2.170 and catamarans from €2.880.


Fly on Martinique Internationa Airport in Fort de France (IATA code: FDF) with flights from AirFrance, AirCaraibes and Cordair. Do not hesitate to contact us: we are available for any advice.

Additional information

Language International crew and guests.
Class Rent
How to come AIR: Fort de France Airport Martinique (FDF)
Product ID 416
From Martinique to Grenadines - ID 416

From Martinique to Grenadines - ID 416 View MoreLess

From Martinique to Grenadines - ID 416

This is an example itinerary suggested by the BeBlue skippers who are experts in the navigation area. The route can be planned on the needs of the group before departure or during navigation.

Day 1 - Check-in:

Check-in available from 5 p.m. at the Marina of Le Marin, in the south of the island of Martinique. Le Marin is a picturesque town overlooking a bay surrounded by mangroves, surrounded by cliffs and islets, inside the isthm that protects it from waves and wind: it is the perfect starting point for a sailing cruise in the Grenadines! After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat, you can have an aperitif and dinner on board under the light of the last sun.

Day 2

To set sail to Santa Lucia, the first island in the volcanic archipelago of the Grenadines, is home to two extinct volcanoes that dominate the island: the Pitons. The day will pass between dives in the clear waters or in the thermal waters of Diamonds Falls. 

Day 3

After breakfast to leave for Saint Vincent, where the lush nature is the protagonist, along with the crystal clear sea. You can go all the way to Oiwa Salt Pond, a natured and unspoiled nature park, where you can dive among the fish and sunbathe by boat. After lunch you can move to one of the southernmost coves on the island to be able to spend the night.

Day 4

After breakfast to steer to Bequia, a visit to the capital Port Elisabeth where you will find the image of the Queen of England everywhere, demonstrating attachment to the former colonial power. After lunch sail to Mistique, the island famous for Blues festivals and to be a holiday destination for VIPs around the world. The place has numerous coral reefs, fabulous beaches and a dreamy sea. Here you can go snorkeling sessions to see the marine flora and the many underwater wrecks of the past. Guests can enjoy a rum by the sea and watch the sunset. 

Day 5

Today sail to Canouan, a small island in the Grenadines archipelago: an authentic paradise destination, where you can dream between luxury and elegance. After lunch, sail from the trade winds to Tobago Cays, a collection of six islands that are part of Tobago Cays Marine Park, the national park and nature reserve managed by the Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines. From the bottom develops the largest coral reef of the Grenadines Islands, with the famous horseshoe shape. The vegetation is typical of the beaches with the addition of dry forests populated by cacti. 

Day 6

After breakfast you can sail through the turquoise waves to Mayreau, a small island west of the Tobago Cays. Saline Bay is the most famous docking for sailors, characterized by the presence of a small natural pool formed by coral and populated by colorful fish. You will spend the night anchoring under the stars.

Day 7

Today to steer for Petit Saint Vincent, a tiny private island with bright white beaches and excellent snorkelling backdrops. After lunch we set off for Sabdy Island, an uninhabited and unspoiled island pearl, where sand and palm trees are the undisputed masters. You will take port to Carriacou to be able to dine by boat and enjoy a good pina colada in one of the beach clubs.

Day 8

Set sail for Palm Island, the emblem of Caribbean relaxation: just you, the sand, palm trees and a cool drink. Just after lunch sail to Petite Mistique where you can spend the day among beaches, coves and clear sea until you see the sunset.

Day 9

After breakfast during sunrise, set off for The Pillories Island, a small island with white beaches and a distinctive population, where you can relax and swim among the reef. After lunch we leave for Bequia, where you will still give it to Princess Margaret Beach. The beach is located within the inlet of Admiralty Harbour. It was once known as the Tony Gibbons beach, until 1958, when the Princess Royal bathed during her honeymoon. It is a rather long soft sandy beach and fringed with tall palm trees and lush vegetation, bathed by a turquoise sea from the sloping seabed, perfect for bathing and long swims.

Day 10

After breakfast at the first light of sunrise you make your way to Marine, you spend most of the day sailing to return in the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in the port included.

Day 11: Check-out

Disembarkation is scheduled in the morning at 9 a.m.

The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.


Among the islands we recommend to visit for the beauty of the colors and pristine beaches are the Tobago Cays, famous for the presence of the Marine Park and the coral reef in the shape of a horseshoe. 

Mayreau, the smallest inhabited island of the Grenadines, a real unspoiled paradise where electricity arrived only in 2002!

Mopion umbrella of Saint Vincent, an atoll in the crystal clear sea with only a straw umbrella in the middle. A unique and inimitable destination where peace and relaxation are the masters.

The two towering volcanoes in Santa Lucia called The Pitons, almost 800 meters high! 


An extra day in Martinique