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Champagne Sunset Cruise

Duration: Half Day

champagne sunset cruise

Have you ever seen the sunset in the Caribbean? Well if you have only viewed pictures or watched the sunset from the balcony of your hotel room then you are yet to truly experience the charm of the Caribbean sunset. There is no better way to view the sunset than from the ocean. This sunset cruise combines the natural ambience provided by the scenic tropical surroundings in the Grenadines with the ambience provided aboard the comfortable and spacious “Pink Lady”. All you are required to do is relax with great company sip champagne and enjoy the beauty of the Caribbean sunset together.

This is an ideal way to spend an evening in the Caribbean with that special someone. Leave all your worries behind and toast to a brighter future. The cruise begins and your eyes will be gazing from the gorgeous blue skyline to the lush greenery on the islands; to the white sandy beaches on the coastline and the gorgeous blend of blue waters surrounding them. Watching the sun gradually sink into the horizon while sipping on champagne; observing the brilliant hues in the sky as it moves from blue to pink, reds, deep yellows and oranges and the gold streaks as the ocean glistens in the sun’s fading sunlight. The romance and magnificence offered by an evening experiencing the Caribbean sunset is a memorable one indeed.

Probably the only thing more remarkable about the evening’s natural elegance is the opportunity the see the rare “green flash”. Green flashes or green rays are real phenomena that can be spotted at any altitude but is usually seen from an unobstructed horizon like the ocean so we are joyously providing you with the good opportunity to catch this rare optical occurrence. The appearance of the green flash is so sudden and brief that will need to catch it indeed. It appears for a short duration hence the term ‘flash’ but one that is definitely worth waiting for so be sure to capture pictures of these spectacular sights. As a matter of fact the evening will the filled with superb photo opportunities if you enjoy taking great pictures. Finally the cruise comes to an end at night fall when the sky is completely dark except for the multiple twinkling of stars and moonlight. An evening like this sets the mood for the rest of the night!

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The son of famed marine explorer Jacque Cousteau is set to open a dive centre on the southern Grenadines island of Petit St Vincent later this year. Jean-Michel Cousteau hopes the centre will continue his father's legacy of sharing the wonders of the underwater world and protecting the fragile marine environment for generations to come.

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