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7 nights Tamarind Beach Hotel and Yacht Club from £1619

Pink Lady Sailing Trips

Duration: Half Day

pink lady sailing trips

The Grenadines are a chain of mini islands in the Caribbean divided between Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. These islands are superb for relaxing and each destination has unique activities to enjoy.

The Grenadines is home to the most extensive and preserved coral reef complexes in the Caribbean chain. The captain and his crew will be delighted to provide you with a tour of the area aboard the “Pink Lady”. This genuine hand crafted 37’ wooden sailing boat will be your vessel for the day lunch and beverages will be provided on board. So what are you still waiting for?

Be part of the ultimate Caribbean cruise! The Grenadines has a mystical allure; a special timeless appeal that it feels like heaven on earth.  The Grenadines are a sailor’s paradise and you will see why. Experience sailing from one beautiful island to another all day long. Enjoy stress free sailing in the calm Caribbean waters with gentle trade winds; remarkable scenery and peaceful anchorages.

We will stop at the Tobago Cays, which can be described as the jewel in the crown. Fancy visiting the off beaten track then the Cays are perfect for you. These five uninhabited islands are an ideal way to just unwind; walking on warm white sand or enjoying the fresh warm water. The sensation from this kind of seclusion is surreal.

The highlight of this sailing trip will probably be your opportunity to snorkel across the reefs off these pristine beaches. The Tobago Cays Marine Park conserves and protects some of the most stunning coral reefs in the Caribbean. You will have the opportunity to snorkel in clear mind and body refreshing sea water admiring the many gorgeous marine life forms; rich coral reefs and a kaleidoscope of tropical fish.

Swim among the turtles or just take a splash in the waters. The water colour surrounding the Tobago Cays are absolutely fabulous; ranging from light aquamarine to deep indigo and the bend of the waters with white soft sand and lush greenery is certainly magical. So if you need some adventure that is not strenuous and will not leave you feeling exhausted then take the Pink Lady Sailing cruise and just relax.

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