Boat rental in Grenada
Beneteau — B411 (1999)
Description of Paul's sailboat
Sailboat Beneteau B411 12.5m.
Island Hopping in the Caribbean (Changeover day is Sunday) PLEASE NOTE: Listed prices are for a minimum of 4 persons. Price for one bed in a shared double cabin is 125 Euros a night. From November to March we will sail between Grenada and the British Virgin Islands. November 3 we sail off from Grenada, which is one of the most southern islands in the Caribbean. • We sail north , to Carriacou and to the Grenadines with Bequia, Saint Vincent , Saint Lucia,Martinique, Dominica, Isles des Saints, Guadeloupe, Montserat , Antigua, Saint Christoffer, Saint Kitts, Saint Barths, Sint Eustacius, Saba, Sint Maarten, and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) As each island has its own historical background you can discover the distinct culture . You will be amazed how they each differ. The weather during the winter season is ideal. There is in general a steady breeze from the east that makes the intense sunlight delightful and very nice to be in. As the islands are situated at never more than 8 hours away from each other, every afternoon we find a nice sheltered bay where we throw the anchor to spend the night. You are free to relax at the beach, go snorkeling, fishing, sunbathing, etc. Around 6 pm. within 15 minutes the sun goes down and evening begins. Experience learns that on average you go to sleep at 21.30 to rise and shine again at 6 am, ready for your morning swim.We travel in periods of one week. Every week starts on a Sunday afternoon and ends on the Sunday morning the week after. You can freely choose which leg or week you would like to join. More than one week is also possible at attractive rates. This means that you fly to the island of departure and you return from the island of your destination. There are always ferries or planes that can bring you back to the arrival destination. Nature of many of the islands is breathtaking. The sea is seducing with its blue color and clarity, the island tropical, green, humid and the sun hot and intense. You get burned very easy, so make sure you protect yourself with thin, protective clothing. Thin T-shirts work well. Water temperature is around 28C/80F. Your skipper will be Paul, who owns the boat and knows her inside and out. He is of Dutch nationality and speaks 5 languages fluent. He sailed Phoenix across the Atlantic and is very experienced. Off course he has all the necessary permits and documents needed for offshore navigation. The boat has all relevant safety gear onboard Layout of the Beneteau 411 Clipper. 2 double berths aft and one double cabin in the bow. Amidships the table can be lowered to provide for an extra double berth Phoenix has 2 heads (toilets) with sink and (hand) shower. Outside on the swimming platform there is an extra shower available. The trip between south and north has been devided into the following legs for this season: 3-10 November. : Grenada to Martinique 10-17 November: Martinique to Guadeloupe 17-24 November:Guadeloupe to Sint Maarten/St.Martin 24November-1 December: Sint Maarten to BVI (British Virgin Islands ) 15December –22 December: Guadeloupe to Sint Maarten/St.Martin 19January-26January Grenada to Martinique 2February-9February: Martinique to Guadeloupe 9February-16February:Guadeloupe to Sint Maarten/St.Martin 16February-23February: Sint Maarten to BVI (British Virgin Islands )
Equipment of the sailboat
Location of the sailboat: Grenada, Grenada
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