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Come join us on an unforgettable adventure in some of the most exotic places on Earth! Choose where you want to go on your sailing holiday and we will take care of everything for you! Enjoy a relaxing sailing holiday.
Our Club Tours are currently available in different locations worldwide, each with a different taste: Some of them are ın Phuket (Thailand), the British Virgin Islands (Caribbean) and the Seychelles (Indian Ocean). All of these locations are known for their exceptional cruising grounds, beautiful scenery and friendly locals.
MARTINIQUE - CARIBBEAN (15.11.2014 to 29.11.2014)
The Jewel of the Windwards. Offering stunning views, picturesque harbours, lush rainforest and a spectacular dormant volcano you can actually venture inside, a sailing holiday here is the perfect place to begin your exploration of the beauty and riches the Caribbean has to offer. With croissants and palm trees, all perched near a live volcano, Martinique is the definition of a refined French-Caribbean island – fashionable and elegant, with an abundance of flora. Filled with ruins and monuments, Martinique has been French, with a few interruptions, since 1635, and as an overseas department of France (since 1946), it revels in French history and savoir-faire. A leading destination for European vacationers, it offers gorgeous beaches, great food and a variety of accommodations - small, medium and resort.
Unlike some Caribbean resort vacations, where travelers can feel confined to one swatch of land, Martinique’s location makes it an excellent jumping-off point for day trips and overnight visits to neighboring islands.
|Day 1 Le Marine – Martinique Island
The Le Marin marina is located in the South of Martinique. Board the yacht and spend the night in the Marina to familiarize yourself with the yacht you have rented for your charter holiday. You can also use the opportunity to do some shopping in the marina and stock up for your sailing trip.
|Day 2 Anse d’Arlet – Martinique Island
Start your first day of sailing with a short sail towards Petite Anse d’Arlet You will be passing very close to the Diamond Rock, here you can stop and swim in the clear and warm waters,having lunch afterwards. Spend the first night at the anchorage at Grande Anse d'Arlet.
|Day 3 Rodney Bay – St. Lucia Island
Make an early departure for Rodney Bay in St. Lucia. Crossing the channel may require visual navigation. Because of its magnificent beaches and numerous lonely bays, combined with its mild climate all year round, St Lucia is considered as a perfect yacht charter destination in the Caribbean. Most of the visiting yachts that sail to this region dock at Rodney Bay, which is a safe and tranquil lagoon; it is also a customs checkpoint and the marina provides tie up for this purpose. There is also the option of visiting the botanic park.
|Day 4 The Pitons – St. Lucia Island
This leg is an easy sail along the West coast of St. Lucia up to Soufrière, a picturesque village. You can go for a walking excursion through the village and the botanical garden, drive to the waterfalls, the hot water springs and the volcano. Spend the night anchored at Deux Pitons.
|Day 5 Admiralty Bay – Bequia Island
Navigate your way down to Bequia, pronounced as “Bekoué”. This is a full day trip. Bequia is the entry point to the Grenadines and is a former whale hunters island. Anchor in Admiralty Bay, facing the capital city of Port Elisabeth. You can have dinner at one of the restaurants on the island and spend the night on board the yacht.
|Day 6 Mustique – Jetset Island
Once customs formalities are done, it is a short sail towards Petit Nevis, where the hunters used to flense the whales. Then sail to Mustique, the “Jet Set” island. Spend the night anchored near the famous, built-on-piles “Basil Bar”.
|Day 7 Salt Whistle Bay – Mayreau Island
Take an early morning tour of Mustique Island, its beaches and villas. After lunch, head to Mayreau, anchoring at Salt Whistle Bay, which boasts an beautiful white sand beach, fringed by coconut trees. Salt Whistle Bay is considered as of the most exquisite anchorages in the Caribbean, only reachable by boat.
|Day 8 Tobago Cays
Set sail for the Tobago Cays. Anchoring in the most beautiful Caribbean lagoon, you will be able to enjoy the turquoise waters and white sand beaches, ideal for snorkelling, swimming and relaxing. Most visitors come to the idyllic area to relax on its secluded beaches. Divers can explore one of the worlds’ finest diving spots and witness a multitude of sea-life due to the fact that the Cays are protected by the Large Horseshoe Reef and Wildlife Reserve.
|Day 9 Palm Island near Union Island
After a one hour trip, stop at Union, the capital of the Grenadines, that has all the amenities such as an airport, hotels, restaurants, fruit and vegetable market, ship chandler, Internet café, etc. Anchor overnight at Palm Island, which is ½ mile from Union.
|Day 10 Petit St. Vincent Island
You will sail past Morpion, a little sandy island in the middle of the corals. You can anchor at Petit St. Vincent (PSV). This hotel island is the perfect spot for a sunset drink at the bar under the bougainvillea.
|Day 11 Charles Bay – Canouan Island
After breakfast, head to Canouan via Chatam Bay, a large natural bay west of Union, pleasant for having lunch. Canouan is an island in the Grenadines Islands belonging to St. Vincent. It is a small island, measuring only 3.5 miles by 1.25 miles. A barrier reef runs along the Atlantic side of the island. The highest point on the island is Mount Royal. Two bays, Glossy and Friendship, separate the southern side of the Canouan Island. Spend the night at Charleston Bay, in Canouan.
|Day 12 Walilabu Bay – St-Vincent Island
Navigate up to St. Vincent and anchor for the night at Cumberland Bay or Wallilabu Bay, where the movie “The Pirates of the Caribbean” was shot. Mainland St Vincent is one of the few places on Earth that can boast about having black-sand beaches and white-sand beaches in the same country. There are places where there is just a rock that borders the black-sand beach from the white-sand beach.
|Day 13 Marigot Bay – St Lucia Island
Marigot Bay is surrounded from three sides by steep, forested hills. The inland portion of the bay forms a hurricane hole, used to shelter boats from hurricanes and tropical storms. Marigot Bay is a historic landmark, having been the site of a number of battles between the French and British navies.
|Day 14 St. Anne – Martinique Island
Last long crossing trip towards Martinique. You can anchor outside St. Anne, which is a traditional village with some pretty beaches or outside Club Med. The anchorage is huge, and reasonably protected from any swell. It has mountains around it, but they are not high, thus they allow for a gentle breeze to blow through the anchorage. The town is an adorable little touristical sort of place with a good patisserie, several restaurants, well stocked grocery stores, a couple of fruit stores, plus a daily market. On Day 15, after a last swim in the alluring, turquoise waters, we sail back to the Marina of Le Marin and disembark.
PHUKET - THAILAND (28.12.2014 to 10.01.2015)
The Kingdom of Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles. Thailand is one of the strongest Buddhist countries in the world, with peace, generosity, tolerance and the search for enlightenment meaning that daily life is approached with happiness, respect and a calm nature.
The traditional lifestyle of Thailand has survived for centuries almost unchanged, a sign of the peace and calmness that many Thai people enjoy, ensuring the warmest of welcomes for any visitor.
|Day 1 - Phuket
Board the yacht and spend the night in the Marina to familiarize yourself with the yacht you have rented for your charter holiday. You can also use the opportunity to do some shopping in the marina and stock up for your sailing trip.
|Day 2 - Ko Nakha Yai
Anchor in front of a splendid white sandy beach.
|Day 3 - Koh Hong – Phanga Nga
Head off in the afternoon to the beautiful Phang Nga bay with its hundreds of islands. Swim and explore the fascinating Hong Island, named after its large internal lagoon. Visit Phanak Island, which is indented by caves that you can explore via dinghy.
|Day 4 - Koh Roi – Phang Nga
Still in Phang-Nga Bay, observe the magnificent limestone cliffs and islands that offer spectacular views. Visit James Bond Island - the location for the film "The Man with the Golden Gun". Or visit Sea Gypsy Village at Koh Panyi which is set on stilts over the water. Overnight anchorage at the peaceful Koh Roi Bay for a night under the stars.
|Day 5 -Ko Hong – Krabi
Sail to Krabi - one of the favourite destinations in the area. With long sandy beaches and plenty of local restaurants, it is ideal for swimming and relaxing. For the more adventurous, you can go to Railay Beach and try the rock climbing, which is considered the best in South East Asia. Anchor near one of the small beautiful beaches of Ko Pak Ba, lined by the limestone cliffs of the Hong Group (Krabi). In the afternoon, sail to Ko Hong (Krabi) and visit the famous cave there.
|Day 6 - Ko Pak Ba – Krabi
The famous endless beach of Krabi. Enjoy a Thai Massage on the beach. There are many possible excursions (jungle trekking, elephant trekking, hot springs, waterfalls, Temples, etc). 3 nautical miles to reach the night anchorage in Railay: world famous rock climbing spot. Anchor between the jungle covered mountains.
|Day 7 - Phi phi Island
Sail to Phi Phi Island - some of the best snorkelling spots can be found in this area. Go ashore and stroll through the narrow streets where you can find an abundance of shops selling souvenirs, fresh seafood and dozens of restaurants to choose from. In the North Bay there is a large amount of bars, including the best Thai fire-dancing around! Phi Phi is considered a paradise in the Andaman Sea.
|Day 8 - Bamboo Island - Maya Bay
Great snorkelling and a dream beach, shaded by bamboos, can be found on Bamboo Island. As the day wears on, sail to Maya Bay (10 miles) and anchor in the most beautiful bay in Thailand! Stopover in Tonsai Bay to refill water tanks, if necessary. Maya Bay was made famous by the movie “The Beach” with Leonardo Di Caprio and now you can discover the magical bay for yourself as you immerse yourself in the emerald sea, amongst brightly coloured coral reefs and exquisite sealife. The bay is best enjoyed when the tour boats have gone home.
|Day 9 - Lanta Island
Sail towards Lanta Island - the island lies on the west coast of the Andaman Sea, between Krabi and Phi Phi Island. Nine beaches are sprawled from north to south along the sunset coast. The coastline is strewn with over 70 islets and the scenery is spectacular. Visit the mystical cave of Ko Muk: swim over 200 meters through the cave and exit into a spectacular lagoon, surrounded by lush jungles and jagged cliffs. After lunch, sail to Ko Kradan and anchor in front of a lovely sand beach.
|Day 10 - Rok Island
Rok Island is actually comprised of two islands: Koh Rok Nai (inside) and Koh Rok Nok (outside). Koh Rok Nai is composed mainly of steep cliffs with superb beaches and unspoiled coral reefs among the rocks. On the other hand, Koh Rok Nok has soft white sandy beaches and shallow water coral reefs. Enjoy snorkelling and share the water with many exotic species of fish. Watch the glorious sunset as you swing in a hammock and casually sip your drink!
|Day 11 - Racha Islands
The Racha Islands are best known as excellent diving and snorkeling destinations. Racha Yai, reveals itself in a splendid fashion, with most arrivals landing onto a strip of fine white sand tucked deep into the long, U-shaped main bay, called Ao Tawan Tok or Ao Bungalow. The other large bay, Ao Siam, is a pretty place where lonely strolls in solitude are possible. Racha Noi is uninhabited and has no services or accommodation, but there's some great diving in the area.
|Day 12 - Koh Rang Island
Sail to Koh Rang Yai via Koh Kai Nok and Koh Kai Nai, two of the last snorkelling spots, and anchor for the night.
|Day 13 - Rang Yai Island
Continue to Rang Yai, anchoring near its sandy beach. With its deserted feel, this makes for a perfect last night anchorage. Arrange with the locals to set up a table on the beach for dinner.
|Day 14 - PHUKET
End of the trip
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (BVI) - CARIBBEAN (to be planned)
The protected waters that lie between British Virgin Islands in the northeast Caribbean Sea are the perfect setting for a sailing holiday.
Visualize tranquil turquoise waters lapping softly against the hull of your yacht, whilst a rainbow of tropical fish glide below it. In the near distance, white-sand beaches are fringed with towering palm trees and dotted with enticing beach bars.
With its crystal clear waters, picture-perfect beaches, scenic bays and well equipped marinas, the British Virgin Islands are an ideal sailing destination for every level of sailor. Easily made, deep-water, short island trips, consistent trade winds, line-of-sight navigation and numerous anchorages make this a sailors' paradise.
We will announce details later.
SEYCHELLES - INDIAN OCEAN (to be planned)
Scattered like a handful of exquisite jewels across the velvety Indian Ocean, this archipelago of scenic islands remains one of the world's greatest sailing destinations. From glimmering coral atolls to palm fringed granite islands, the exotic paradise of the Seychelles fulfils anybodies' fantasy of a laidback sailing holiday.
Watch sea turtles swimming in the warm turquoise waters, hike through lush green jungles, try snorkeling amid stunning coral reefs or just, relax. Experience one of nature's finest environments, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Simply a sailing heaven!
We will announce details later.