7
Days
6+
Age
134 mt
Length
Barbados
Place

Explore the magnificent Grenadines islands sailing from Barbados to discover Martinique, Antigua, Saint Lucia, Grenada, Tobago Cays... on board the world's largest tall ship! Quality and comfort are the watchwords on this spectacular giant of the seas, equipped with luxury services, three swimming pools and a lot of space to give you an experience of pure relaxation. So get on board and the crew led by the experienced Commander will let you discover the beauties of these fantastic Caribbean islands!

DEPARTURE BASE Bridgetown, Barbados
TIME OF DEPARTURE Check-in from 3:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out by 9:00 am on the following Saturday
INCLUDED SERVICES
  • Travel assistance and handling fee
  • AXA travel insurance
  • Double cabin spot
  • Professional crew
  • Full board service
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Final cleaning
  • Fuel
  • Dinghy with outboard engine
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Dive tanks, weights, and belts
NOT INCLUDED SERVICES
  • Flight tickets
  • Boarding transfer
  • Beverages and alcoholics
  • Port and touristic fees €160
  • Excursions (optional)
  • Cancellation insurance (optional)
PRICES

from 1.660€ per person for accomodation in a double cabin with private bathroom and air conditioning.

 

Additional information

Language International crew and guests.
Class Tall Ship
Product ID 373

Itinerary


1

ROUTE WINDWARD ISLANDS: Day 1: Check-in

Boarding on Saturday up to an hour before departure. Our adventure starts from the Port of Bridgetown, a fascinating city with a lively soul, where you can breathe the ancient English colonial influence. Visit the famous Trafalgar Square, or admire the typical coastlines of the Barbados, jagged but characterized by golden beaches with reddish shades, reminiscent of the Sahara.v

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Day 2

We then sail from the coasts of Barbados to reach our first destination of the Windward, Saint Lucia. Extremely rich in rainforests, banana plantations, palm-lined beaches and even a volcano, we will be able to observe the magnificent waterfalls of Diamond Falls and walk through the natural gardens, with the opportunity to take a dip in the pool below the falls. The main attractions are certainly the "Pitons", two volcanic cones that rise and emerge out of the sea, symbols of the island. Let yourself be pampered by the hospitality of the locals, and explore the local fishing villages, which seem to never age.

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Day 3

After a hearty breakfast, we will have the opportunity to sail side by side with the magnificent Star Flyer boat, which will accompany us on our journey to reach the coasts of Cabrits, on the northwestern tip of Dominica. Here you will have the fantastic opportunity to visit the world famous National Park, 525 hectares of tropical forests, colorful coral reefs and wetlands teeming with native animals. You can move aboard a boat, and the more adventurous can also set off on an adventurous excursion to reach Trafalgar Falls. A great experience will be climbing Fort Shirley, and being enchanted by the wonderful panoramic view of Rupert Bay.

4

Day 4

The usual morning meal and then navigation to the north, reaching Falmouth Harbor, in Antigua. Epicenter of the Caribbean yachting world, the port of Falmouth is incredibly rich in attractions such as the arsenal, the marina, the old taverns and the famous pubs, as well as a pleasantly friendly spirit of the locals. The old buildings recall the memory of the famous admiral Nelson, one of the greatest naval commanders in history.

5

Day 5

A sweet awakening, rich breakfast, and then we reach the marvelous island of Saint Kitts, one of the first colonies of western English indies. We visit the colorful Basseterre, where we can have fun playing golf or walking among the ancient buildings used for work on plantations. Later we can relax at the wonderful beach of South Friar's Bay, and for the more adventurous, there will be the opportunity for an exciting rainforest hike!

6

Day 6

We raise the anchor and turn around, almost retracing our steps, and discover the islands "Iles des Saintes", one of the most evocative archipelagos of Guadalupe. Here you will find enchanting beaches where you can relax or sunbathe, or alternatively, immerse yourself in wonderful aquatic adventures with snorkeling, diving and all the water activities available.

7

Day 7

So we reach Martinique, the classic French Caribbean island. Wild and mysterious, but urban and sophisticated: it is France with a tropical touch, with something for almost everyone. You won't be able to resist the charm of spicy Creole cuisine and the tempting boutiques of Fort de France. 

8

Day 8: Check-out

Afer breakfast, we will return to the port of Bridgetown. 

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.

Itinerary


1

ROUTE GRENADINES: Day 1: Check-in

Boarding on Saturday up to an hour before departure. Our adventure starts from the Port of Bridgetown, a fascinating city with a lively soul, where you can breathe the ancient English colonial influence. Visit the famous Trafalgar Square, or admire the typical coastlines of the Barbados, jagged but characterized by golden beaches with reddish shades, reminiscent of the Sahara.

2

Day 2

We leave immediately after a great breakfast, and reach the enchanting Grenadine islands, thirty islands of pure white sand and unspoiled nature. We will stay at anchor near one of these, for a pleasant day of relaxation and to charge ourselves up with vitamin D.

3

Day 3

We sail to our next destination. Our senses will be delighted by the aromas of nutmeg, cinnamon and vanilla that cook in the sun: these are the tropical flavors of Grenada. We follow the Sendall tunnel (built by hand in 1895) up to the Esplanade and the old Ft. George for a spectacular view of the fantastic panorama, of a still largely untouched nature.

4

Day 4

We dash back through the white waves, and discover four small islands, practically deserted but extremely attractive. The Tobago Cays are in fact a national park where snorkeling is exceptional, a paradise for water activities, where we will explore colorful reefs and fish never seen before!

5

Day 5

The Star Clipper is usually found in the crag of the young and rugged island of Young Island, just 54 feet from the southern tip of St. Vincent, just 10 minutes by ferry. We'll visit Kingstown and explore the natural harbor of Port Elizabeth in Bequia and the splendid promenade, which will invite us to take a gentle walk along the harbor.

6

Day 6

So we reach Martinique, the classic French Caribbean island. Wild and mysterious, but urban and sophisticated: it is France with a tropical touch, with something for almost everyone. You won't be able to resist the charm of spicy Creole cuisine and the tempting boutiques of Fort de France.

7

Day 7

After an abundant breakfast, we head towards the Windward, in particular towards Santa Lucia. Extremely rich in rainforests, banana plantations, palm-lined beaches and even a volcano, we will be able to observe the magnificent waterfalls of Diamond Falls and walk through the natural gardens, with the opportunity to take a dip in the pool below the falls. The main attractions are certainly the "Pitons", two volcanic cones that rise and emerge out of the sea, symbols of the island. Let yourself be pampered by the hospitality of the inhabitants of Soufrière, and explore the local fishing villages, which seem to never age.

8

Day 8: Check-out

After breakfast, we will return to the port of Bridgetown.

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.

CLASS: TALL SHIP

On board this majestic sailing ship, one of the largest in the world, you will have all the comforts of a resort combined with the typical comforts of luxury yachts: Deluxe Suites and 24-hour room service and professional equipment at your complete disposal . You decide how to relax on this marvel of the seas; the large amount of services offered will ensure that you are spoiled for choice.

Technical sheet:

Type Tall ship
Model Royal Clipper
Year 2000
Length 134 mt
Width 16 mt
Sail area 5000 sm
Cabin type Owners Suite, Deluxe Suite, Category 1 to 6
Number of guests 227
Number of crew members 106
Additional services Air Conditioning, Tropical Bar inside and outside, Lounge Bar, library, fireplace, TV and DVD player, safe-deposit box, telephone, jacuzzi tub, room service

BeBlue reserves the right to substitute the boat presented in the catalog (or not included in the catalog) with another boat of similar class and characteristics.

CATEGORY 1: "MAIN DECK"
Deluxe deck cabin, double beds, minibar, marble bathroom with hydromassage, cabin doors open to the deck.

CATEGORY 2: "Clipper deck" 
Superior outdoor cabin, twin/ double/ triple beds, marble bathroom with shower.

 

CATEGORY 4: "CLIPPER DECK & COMMODORE DECK"
Outside cabin, twin/ double/ triple beds, marble bathroom with shower

MORE DETAILS: details and layout of the other categories are available upon request.