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Luxury Yacht Sailing in the Grenadines

  • Vessel: Skyelark
  • Where: St Lucia, Caribbean
  • Duration: 10 days
  • Embark: Rodney Bay, St Lucia - 28 February 2023, 10:00
  • Disembark: Rodney Bay, St Lucia - 9 March 2023, 16:00
TicketPriceDepositPassengers
Single berth in Twin Cabin£2,400.00 £600.00
Twin Cabin (single occupancy)£3,600.00 £900.00
Double Cabin Ensuite (double occupancy)£3,000.00 £750.00
Double Cabin Ensuite (single occupancy)£4,500.00 £1,125.00
VIP Double Cabin Ensuite (double occupancy)£3,240.00 £810.00
VIP Double Cabin Ensuite (single occupancy)£4,860.00 £1,215.00

Sail and explore the Grenadines with luxury yacht Skyelark as she sails from St Lucia.

Join Skyelark for a Caribbean sailing holiday as she explores some of the most idyllic islands of the Grenadines. Your starting point is the island of St Lucia, where volcanic spires rise out of the water almost vertically – one of the most spectacular landmarks of the Grenadines.

  • Fully crewed sailing yacht
  • Island hopping
  • Snorkelling & swimming
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Whole boat yacht charter available

YOUR SAILING AREA

The Grenadines, Caribbean

Experience the unspoilt, authentic Caribbean, away from the busy resorts and beaches with a sailing holiday in the Grenadines. With ideal sailing conditions and fantastic weather, this is blue water Caribbean sailing at its best. St Vincent and the Grenadines are a southern Caribbean nation comprising the main island, St. Vincent and a chain of smaller idyllic islands. There are ample opportunities to explore a stunning collection of islands, go snorkelling amongst colourful reef fish with turtles, and enjoy fresh barbecued lobster on the beach at sundown. Anchor in secluded bays, dive from the bows of the boat and feel the powder white sand between your toes.

Starting and finishing in Rodney Bay St Lucia, this fully skippered Caribbean sailing holiday will make best use of the wind and will likely you see you sailing to explore the islands of St Vincent, Bequia, Tobago Cays and Union Island.

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Caribbean Island Hopping

Steeped in rich sailing history and pirate tales, the Grenadines are seemingly untouched by tourist exploitation with rolling green volcanic hills, sandy palm lined shores and crystal clear waters. With azure blue harbours, chic private isles and volcanic landscapes, the Grenadines are made of many islands both inhabited and un-inhabited.

The island of St Vincent is home to the largest and active volcano in the area, perfect for waterfall exploration and inland hiking. Dive and snorkel the reef-lined Bequia Island or wander palm lined shores with ancient fort ruins and discover the snorkelling paradise in the under water world of Tobago Cays.

Wildlife watching in the Caribbean is a real treat. Spot graceful green and loggerhead sea turtles gliding effortlessly through the water and bottlenose dolphins swimming with the wake of the bow. Birdlife in the Caribbean is an incredibly beautiful sight so keep your binoculars at the ready to spot these colourful delights. With species only native to the Caribbean, these are once in a lifetime encounters! Pink Flamingoes are also a common bird across the Caribbean islands; these sociable creatures inhabit the blue lagoons, mudflats and lakes, living in colonies that can contain thousands of individuals.

Life onboard

Sailing in the Caribbean with Skyelark is one of luxury and style. Sail gracefully from island to island as you anchor up to enjoy relaxed island life. All* meals will be cooked on-board using locally available ingredients, resulting in the most delicious spread of food every evening. With minimal light pollution, the Caribbean have some of the clearest skies you’ll have ever seen so make use of Skyelark’s generous seating area on deck and eat beneath the stars. Below decks, Skyelark has private twin cabins, a generous ensuite double cabin and VIP luxury double cabin for that added bit of comfort.

*During 10day Caribbean voyages, 4 meals (lunch or dinner) are to be eaten ashore at guests expense to ensure the full Caribbean experience.

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Skyelark

Guest berths: 8 Rig: Sloop

Skyelark is a luxury Oyster 62 sailing yacht, built for elegance and speed whilst maintaining the utmost comfort for her guests both below decks and while under sail.

Designed and built as a competitive pedigree to match her beautifully drawn lines and sumptuous interior she has had many successes in ocean races and regattas.

Her sloop rig and modern design mean sailing with her can be done with just two people and she is an excellent boat to learn the ropes during your sailing holiday.

Below decks, private cabins are beautifully appointed and a well thought out layout means she is suitable for a variety of travellers; single sailors, couples or private charters of family or friends. Skyelark has a spacious saloon and a generous galley where the crew will prepare healthy and home-cooked meals after a days sailing. with full air conditioning, Webasto heating and quiet flush heads, staying abord Skyelark is more akin to a hotel than a boat!

On deck there is a large, safe and family-friendly cockpit, a lounging deck and transom seats. There is always somewhere comfortable to be, either for socialising or some quiet reflection.

A  removable bimini over the cockpit keeps the sun or the rain out, and if the weather is inclement at anchor, then a full cockpit enclosure keeps everyone snuggly warm, whilst maintaining the alfresco views.

Oyster 62’s are known to circumnavigate with young families on board or sail to the Arctic reaching 80 degrees north. Oyster 62 ‘s offer the perfect package of speed, elegance, luxury and easy, safe comfortable cruising – Skyelark is certainly one of the finest examples. She spends her summer sailing the UK, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly with voyages around Scotland and the Hebrides before sailing winters in the Caribbean.

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FAQ

  • What COVID policies are in place for sailing with Skyelark?

    All Caribbean guests must provide proof of vaccination. UK sailing voyages currently have no Test & Sail policies in place in order to join the boat.

  • Are all meals included?

    Yes, all food and drink is included in your ticket price* *On 10 day Caribbean voyages, 4 meals (lunch or dinner) are to be eaten ashore to get the full Caribbean experience.

  • Are there any added extra's?

    No, unless you go ashore. Excursions are not included.

  • Are drinks included?

    Yes.

  • Can you cater for dietary needs?

    Yes, please ask at the time of booking.

  • What language is spoken onboard?

    English

  • Do I need to tip the crew?

    Tips are not mandatory but are welcomed by the crew!

  • What are the sleeping arrangements?

    3x Twin, 1x Double and 1x VIP cabin if req.

  • How many toilet/showers does she have?

    3 bathrooms, all with showers.

  • Is there WIFI?

    No, but you should easily be able to reach 3G/4G from the shore.

  • Can I charge my phone/Camera?

    Yes

  • Are there life jackets provided?

    Yes

  • Are Waterproofs provided?

    No

  • Do I need sailing experience?

    No, absolutely not! Just a lust for adventure.

  • Will I be sea sick?

    Everyone reacts differently but we recommend if you are at all worried to take some medication 24 hours before departure.

  • Is bedding included?

    All bedding and wash towels are included. Please bring a swimming towel if you wish to swim ashore.

Locations

From: Rodney Bay, St Lucia

To: Rodney Bay, St Lucia

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