New Year’s Eve in Grenada
> Lagoon 42
|Cabins / Number of people:||4+2 / 10|
|Fuel tank:||300 l|
|Water tank:||300 l|
Where is the best place to welcome the New Year? Of course – in the Caribbean!
Enjoy an exciting New Year’s Eve cruise along one of the most beautiful water regions in the world.
The cruise is organized on a comfortable, large Lagoon 42 Wind Desire catamaran, which is perfectly prepared for cruises and guarantees a successful holiday on the water. The yacht has 4 double cabins, each with a private bathroom and shower, a large living room and a comfortable outdoor seating area (spacious cockpit with mattresses and a huge dining table and upper deck).
The large practical kitchen area and living room are well-suited for preparing meals for the entire crew.
The cruise is captained by an experienced skipper who knows every corner of the Grenadines and will take you to magical places. Your hostess will take care of you during the cruise, preparing great meals and being responsible for managing the yacht.
THE SKIPPER AND HOSTESS
The cruise is captained by an experienced skipper, who knows every corner of the Grenadines and will take you to the magical places. Your hostess will take care of you during the cruise, preparing great meals and being responsible for managing the yacht.
The Grenadines are a chain of small islands stretching southwards. They are the quintessence of the Caribbean – we will find everything that is the most characteristic of this region here: unpolluted by tourists sandy beaches and warm turquoise sea perfectly fit into the dreams of the idyll under the palm trees. You can sail here for weeks, sipping rum and discovering more islands…
The first island we will visit is Carriacou (it belongs to Grenada), its name comes from the word Kayryouacou, which means “an island surrounded by reefs” in the language of Native Americans inhabiting these areas. Carriacou is the favourite place to rest for the Grenadines. Its only bigger city is Hillsborough – you will not find big resorts or hotels here – for Carriacou time flows through the eternal Caribbean rhythm. Nobody is in a hurry, and the day passes in a sunny rhythm of reggae. One of the island’s attractions is the picturesque island of Paradise Beach and you have to admit that this name perfectly reflects the character of this place.
Union Island – the green hills of the island’s capital – Clifton, bring to mind the landscape of Tahiti. You will find the palm trees dynamically swaying in the wind here and numerous bars with drinks based on the most famous Caribbean liquor – rum. It is also worth taking a look at the bars located on the… coral reef. We will also go to Happy Island – an island so small that there are only a bar and a few tables – thanks to the visit here, you will get to know the full picture of the Caribbean.
Canuan and Mustique – two islets with magical names have to offer “only” an anchorage, a beach bar, a small settlement, fabulous corals, turquoise water and palm trees swaying in the wind. Do not hurry while getting to know the Grenadines – this place is like the most exotic drink that we would like to sip endlessly. Mustique, in the Lonely Planet guidebooks, is described in one short word: “Wow!” This private island, where luxury villas are located, is a favourite holiday destination for movie stars and celebrities.
Tobago Cays is a breathtaking little archipelago of unpopulated islands surrounded by coral reefs. It is the perfect place for snorkelling (it is almost certain that we will meet sea turtles and thousands of colourful fish, as well as a beautiful parrotfish and dignified moving rays while diving here), not to mention fabulous beaches with snow-white sand.
Palm Island / Union Island – on the way back to Grenada we will come over for a drink on Union Island or the charming Palm Island, where geckos, lizards and crabs bask in the hot sand among beautifully growing palms.
On the way to our base at Le Phare Bleu Marina we will stop for a dive in the underwater park (Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park) created in 2006. On the sandy bottom of the Molinere Bay there are sculptures sunk deliberately, depicting various figures of natural size. Currently, this unusual park contains over 80 sculptures that will become reef over time and they will be a home for underwater fauna and flora.
The price includes:
– an experienced skipper
– chef / hostess
– catering (breakfast, lunch, 3 dinners, soft drinks: water and juice)
– harbour fee
– stand up paddle
– cleaning after cruise
The price does not include:
|Squere top mainsail:|
|Self tacking jib|
|koja w części dziobowej|
|wiatraczki w salonie|
|wiatraczki w kabinach|
|zbiornik czarnej wody|
|Wyposażenie kuchenne (garnki, naczynia, sztućce)|
|Kostkarka do lodu|
|Ekspres do kawy Dolce Gusto|
|Głośniki w salonie|
|Głośniki w kokpicie|
|Materace w kokpicie|
|Stół w kokpicie|
|Prysznic w kokpicie|
|Elektryczna winda kotwiczna|
|Wysięgniki do pontonu|
|Silnik do pontonu 20 KM|
|Elektryczny kabestan manewrowy|
|Wielofunkcyjny wyświetlacz GPS z mapą elektroniczną przy kole sterowym|
|Podłączenie brzegowe 220|
|Bojler ciepłej wody|
|System monitorowania akumulatorów|
- TV, DVD, CD, MP3
- Ekspres do kawy Dolce Gusto
- Stand up paddle