Sailing the Grenadines is the ultimate Caribbean experience
Sail Classic Schooner HERON on a Grenadines charter. Discover the stunning unspoiled islands, beaches and pristine turquoise waters of the Grenadines. Swim with the turtles, bask in fresh water falls and explore remote coastal villages surrounded by rain forest. Hike to the peak of St Vincent’s volcanic Soufriere. Dine in comfort and style. Join us for for your private Caribbean sailing charter aboard the Classic Schooner Yacht Heron. Heron will accommodate your group of up to six overnight or larger groups for day trips to Mustique or the Tobago Cays.
EXCURSIONS FROM BEQUIA AND UNION ISLAND
7 DAY CHARTER Join the SCHOONER HERON on a Grenadines charter and sail into the heart of the Caribbean. Boarding in Bequia, sail St Vincent’s stunning lush leeward shore and discover Cumberland Bay. Heron will tie up stern to to a palm tree and we can venture ashore to bathe at Dark View Falls. We will be greeted by the local boat boys with offerings of fresh fish, fruit and produce. A local guide will gladly drive us through the small coastal villages on an island tour.
The following days we will venture down island visiting the islands of Mayreau, Tobago Cays and Union. If conditions allow the island of Mustique and a stop at world renown Basil’s bar is a special treat.
Breakfast, lunches and evening hors d’eourves are served daily and four dinners and complementary freshly squeezed fruit juices and rum drinks are included on board. Heron is available for a Grenadines charter from Jan 3rd to April 15th.
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“I spent a marvelous week aboard Schooner Heron in mid-January 2014, sailing among the beautiful and culturally diverse islands of the Grenadines. The “Christmas winds” made sailing fantastic! Captain Nigel (“Twig”) and Mate Ross are superb sailors and guides to the islands. Mate Ross is a wonderful cook of delicious and healthy meals. I highly recommend that you sail the Grenadines on Schooner Heron–definitely a 5 star sailing experience!” Jacqueline Fawcett, Waldoboro, Maine