Enjoy a small sail to Mayreau and anchor in the outstanding Salt Whistle Bay. Swim or dinghy to the beach and head to a hidden bar and restaurant. Take a short hike up the hill and enjoy panoramic view of the Grenadines.
From Salt Whistle Bay to Tobago Cays
Sail to Tobago Cays, an amount of breathtaking small inhabited islands protected by Horseshoe reef where you can snorkel and explore.
From Tobago Cays to Petit St. Vincent
A nice sail to Clifton Harbour on Union Island, an animated port with bars, restaurants, fruit and vegetable traders etc. Stop for lunch and then head to to Petit Saint Vincent, a pretty anchorage and the hot spot for the best Pina Coladas in the Caribbean!
From Petit St. Vincent to Chatham Bay
Head to Chatham. Along the way, stop at Morpion, a tiny island where you'll able to snorkel in a lovely waist-deep lagoon. Then it's on to Chatham Bay, with its golden beach.
From Chatham Bay to Admiralty Bay
Take your time to look out for dolphins, flying fishes and the rare whales on your way to Admiralty Bay. Anchor near the calm waters of Princess Margaret Beach. Set ashore and have taste of Bequia's charming island attitude.
From Admiralty Bay to Young Island Cut
A refreshing sail to the gorgeous St. Vincent which has one of the most forceful scenery in the Grenadines. Visit Kingston and its botanical gardens. Don't forget the Mesopotamia Valley with its Montreal Gardens.
From Young Island Cut to Britannia Bay
Leave Bequia for Mustique, the land of royals, rich and famous. Take a horseback ride or rent a mule to enjoy the best views of this tropical paradise, including the well-known Macaroni Beach.
The day after, enjoy a last sail and go back to the base.