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Expedition from Tenerife to the Caribbean

  • Vessel: Eye of the Wind
  • Where: Tenerife
  • Duration: 29 days
  • Embark: Los Abrigos - 20 November 2019, 19:00
  • Disembark: Marigot, St Martin - 19 December 2019, 10:00
Single berth£3,200 £800

Sail with the crew of Eye of the Wind as they set sail from Tenerife to the island of Saint Martin in the Caribbean.

Join Eye of the Wind and her crew as she sails for 29 days from Tenerife across open seas to the island of Saint Martin in the Caribbean.

Blue-water cruising and long distance sailing. These words make the heart of every sailing enthusiast beat faster. You will never forget the experience of being surrounded by the endless ocean for weeks, and the gentle creaking high up in the sails and rigging. Sailing in harmony with nature and the weather is at the forefront of every voyage. During a cruise like this, the bond between passengers and crew grows even stronger than on other journeys.

This passage is a great opportunity for those that want more time at sea, to improve their sailing skills on a ship and be part of a knowledgeable crew who love to share their wisdom and tales.

Eye of the Wind has her very own onboard chef who will provide you with a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner whatever the weather and all included in your ticket price!




VoyageSet SailDaysCost p/p
Expedition from Tenerife to the Caribbean20 November 201929£3,200Enquire now

Eye of the Wind

Guest berths: 16 Rig: Brig

With incredible amounts of character, Eye of the Wind has all the modern amenities and an authentic interior, with a teak maritime décor. Oozing with maritime history, the opportunity to sail on Eye of the Wind is one in a lifetime. This beautiful ship is as eye-catching as they get and she has even featured in several movies, including White Squall, due to her breath-taking appearance as a 1911 brig.

This windjammer offers luxurious holidays on board, cruising some of the most stunning locations in the world.

Although the ship has a large, capable engine, traditional sailing is naturally the preferred mode of travel so there is plenty to get stuck into on deck. The crew are extremely experienced and ready to teach you the workings of a classic tall ship, so no prior knowledge is necessary. Join the crew at any number of the large maritime festivals they appear at, cruise the European coast, or relish some winter sun and climb aboard for their voyages in the Caribbean – including a transatlantic crossing back from the Caribbean to Portugal.

Thanks to the 6 luxurious cabins, all with ensuite bathrooms, Eye of the Wind can sleep a total of 16 guests ensuring ocean passages can be travelled in true comfort. A large dining area, library and sun deck offer a multitude of different spaces to unwind and to get to know your fellow guests and crew.

Deck plan

More about Eye of the Wind


  • Are all meals included?

    Yes. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Hot and Soft drinks are included in your ticket price. Alcohol can be purchased as extra onboard

  • Can you cater for dietary needs?

    Yes, please let us know when making your booking.

  • What language is spoken on board?

    English and German

  • What are the sleeping arrangements?

    There are 6 cabins and a total of 16 guest bunks in the former cargo hold.

  • How many bathrooms does she have?

    Each cabin has its own ensuite.

  • Is there WIFI?

    No, but you should easily reach 3/4G from the shore, just make sure your phone is set up for international roaming. There may be some locations that will not get good signal.

  • Can I charge my phone/camera?

    Yes, 12V sockets are available

  • Are there life jackets provided?


  • Are Waterproofs provided?

    No, please bring your own.

  • Do I need sailing experience?

    Not at all. We give everyone who joins us on board the choice to do as much or as little as they like.

  • Will I be seasick?

    Everyone reacts differently but if you are unsure, we recommend taking tablets up to 24 hours travelling.


From: Los Abrigos

To: Marigot, St Martin