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Suggested Cruising Itineraries

St Lucia’s unique geographical position, coupled with convenient direct airlift from the US and the UK, facilities for landing private jets, and excellent provisioning make the island, and the Marina at Marigot Bay in particular, the perfect charter pick-up point.

There are a number of charter options heading both north and south which offer a variety of experiences in some of the most pristine Caribbean waters.

Below are two suggested itineraries which take in the northern and southern highlights.

One Week Southbound

1. Marigot Bay, St Lucia – Board yacht in The Marina at Marigot Bay
2. Head south and spend a day scuba diving, snorkeling and/or enjoying the St Lucian rainforest in the shadow of the island’s twin peaks, the Pitons. Spend a night on mooring in Soufriere Bay or Anse des Pitons.
3. Morning cruise to Bequia passing close to the lush rainforest and mountain scenery of St Vincent. Stop for lunch in Wallilabou, the film set for Pirates of the Caribbean.
4. Afternoon visit to Brother Hegg’s Turtle sanctuary on the Atlantic Coast of Bequia. Overnight in Admiralty Bay.
5. Morning Cruise to Mustique. Overnight in Britannia Bay. Enjoy a drink at Basil’s bar or dinner at the Cotton House.
6. The Tobago Cays & Canouan.—Swim and snorkel around the beautiful Cays, before cruising to Canouan for an afternoon or early morning round of golf. Overnight in Canouan.
7. Finish your cruise at Port Louis, Grenada

One Week Northbound

1. Marigot Bay, St Lucia – Board yacht in The Marina at Marigot Bay
2. Day of scuba diving, snorkeling and/or Rainforest tours with night on mooring in Soufriere Bay or Anse des Pitons.
3. Morning cruise to Anse Mitan, Martinique. Enjoy a night at the casino and nightclubs in this lively part of the island. Overnight in Anse Mitan, or head to Trois Islets or Le Ponton Marina.
4. Morning cruise to St Pierre, the town destroyed by the 1901 volcanic eruption. Walk along the Canal de Beauregarde around the base of Mount Pelee. Drop anchor and overnight at St Pierre.
5. Morning cruise to Portsmouth, Dominica. Dinghy trip through the forest up the Indian River, early evening cruise to the Isle des Saintes. Spend the night at Pain de Sucre, a sheltered and attractive anchorage.
6. Beach and water sports in the Isles des Saintes and a second night in this enchanting anchorage.
7. Morning Cruise to Falmouth Harbour, Antigua.

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