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Catamaran Sara

Itineraries

Explore our itineraries below. We can also tailor your sailing to your needs!

Antigua & Barbuda

The Caribbean island of Antigua is renowned as a sailor's paradise with its countless beaches - one for each day of the year! History buffs will delight in exploring the island's many historic forts, which offer both a workout and breathtaking views. Just 28 miles north lies Antigua's sister island, the eco-friendly Barbuda. Its Codrington Lagoon National Park is home to one of the world's largest colonies of magnificent frigate birds. Barbuda boasts 17 miles of soft pink sand and crystal clear turquoise waters, a true island paradise.
Savor delicious all-inclusive meals aboard a spacious, breezy catamaran with ample deck space. Make stops to snorkel amid vibrant marine life and relax on idyllic beaches. Return to the catamaran for a well-deserved tropical cocktail. With room for just 6 guests, you'll receive attentive service. The large covered cockpit offers al fresco dining with panoramic vistas. The expansive deck provides plenty of room to lounge in the sun or shade. And you can thoroughly enjoy breezy naps on the trampoline, covered in shade.

Trip Itinerary - 10 DAYS

Day-0 Arrival in Antigua VC Bird International Airport; Taxi ride to English Harbour; Dinner and welcome cocktail; safety demonstration and becoming familiar with the yacht.
Day-1 English Harbour, Nelson’s Dockyard (UNESCO World Heritage Site – named after British naval admiral Horatio Nelson), Hercules Pillars (magnificent natural limestone rock formation guarding entrance to the English Habour), Shirley Heights with the iconic sunsets and spectacular panoramic view of the southern coastline.
Day-2 English Harbour, snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding; sailing away after lunch
Day-3 Cades Reef , snorkeling along the reef; sailing away after lunch
Day-4 Dickenson Bay, evening walk along the beach, Ana’s on the Beach restaurant
Day-5 Sailing to Barbuda (27 nm - 5 hours), landing on Low Bay South beach, water activities
Day-6 Barbuda , sailing to Codrington bay to visit birds sanctuary, water activities
Day-7 Sailing to Jolly Beach in Antigua (30 nm - 6 hours), visit Jolly harbor marina
Day-8 Sailing to Deep Bay, snorkeling around cargo ship wreck, hiking to Fort Barrington
Day-9 Sailing to Darkwood Beach, water activities
Day-10 Departure to the airport

What’s included:

- Meals (breakfasts, lunches and dinners; for longer sailing passages we prepare light meals or snacks)
- Beverages (soft drinks, beer, selected wines and alcohols)
- Snorkeling equipment onboard
- Double seat kayak and paddleboard
- Fishing (where permitted)
- Free Wi-fi if available
- Housekeeping Services
- Stereo and CD player (you are welcome to bring your own favorite music on memory sticks…)

Prices Exclude:

- Meals and activities ashore*
- Customs and immigration fees
- National Park and mooring fees
- Air fares and airport taxes
- Transfers to and from the airport
- Extra activities, tours and diving
- Crew Gratuities
* we can tender you on shore to experience Caribbean cuisine in local restaurant

Rates:

For 2 people $462 per person per day
For 3 people $363 per person per day
For 4 people $297 per person per day
For 5 and 6 people $275 per person per day
Booking is confirmed upon receipt of 50% deposit. The remaining balance is due 2 weeks prior to departure. Deposit will be refundable, minus a 10% cancellation fee, if cancellation is made not later than 6 weeks before departure. It is advisable to purchase travel and health insurance for duration of the trip. Sojourney Travel can provide you an insurance quote.

Other:

Weather & Safety: Please note that your safety is our high priority. Guests endangering safety will have to leave the yacht. We will organize our trips according to the weather conditions. Flexibility will be extremely important during your trip. The yacht is equipped with state of the art safety equipment: satellite system for weather tracking, life-raft, VHF radio, EPIRB, AIS, flares, radar and life jackets. Two crew members are RYA certified skippers.
Things to note: The “On Board Life” requires water and electricity preservation. It is a “bare-foot zone” unless you bring white bottom shoes (for boat use only - no flip-flops). Please pack your luggage in back pack, duffel-bags or soft and collapsible. We are non-smoking and drug-free vessel. Alcohol consumption is not allowed when sailing. We will confirm the booking and will follow with a signed Yacht Party Agreement and Terms & Conditions.
Other Info
* All visitors must carry a valid passport with them. A round-trip or onward ticket is officially required.

Grenada - Grenadine

Take Part on an Incredible Caribbean Sailing Experience!

Are you ready for an experience you’ll be talking about for years to come? Sailing through the Caribbean is an incredible journey, from crystal waters to deserted islands and beaches, to culture-rich towns and fishing villages. Sailing is truly the best way to see all of what the Caribbean has to offer in the most authentic way possible. However, it’s not just where you are, but also how you get there that makes the difference. Luckily, Bea and Vito’s 46′ pristine catamaran yacht has all the comforts you need. Enjoy all-inclusive, delicious meals, a spacious, airy boat with plenty of deck room, and more.

Enjoy stops along the way to explore cultures of different islands. Explore deserted beaches and enjoy the marine life by snorkel. Return to the catamaran for a well-deserved cocktail.

This Catamaran accommodates guests with three private cabins. A large covered cockpit is a perfect place for outdoor dining while enjoying the panoramic views. The deck itself is very large and spacious with plenty of room to kick back in the shade or sun.

Trip Itinerary - 8 DAY

Day-1 Arrival to Maurice Bishop International Airport, Grenada; 7 min. taxi ride to Port Louis Marina, St. George’s; Dinner and welcome cocktail; Safety demonstration and becoming familiar with the yacht.

Day-2 Sailing to Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park (distance 5NM ~ 1 hr); Made world famous by photos in National Geographic. Snorkel off the boat and look for the statues.

Day-3 Sailing to Sandy Island, Carriacou, Grenada (distance 30NM ~6 hrs); optional destination Anse La Roche, Grenada (additional distance 3NM ~ 40min); Swimming, fantastic snorkeling, kayaking, hiking; Sunset dinner on the beach by “Tim’s”.

Day-4 Sailing to Clifton, Union Island, Grenadines (distance 8NM ~2 hrs); Customs & Immigration check-IN/OUT; sailing to Tobago Keys (distance 5NM ~ 1 hr) Group of 5 small uninhabited islands protected from the sea by Horseshoe Reef . Tobago Cays is a national park. We will explore the picture perfect wildlife preserve. Fantastic snorkeling and the turtle watching area. The Tobago Cays have been widely used in movies “Pirates of Caribbean” and “The curse of the Black Pearl”.

Day-6 Sailing to Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau (distance 3NM ~ 1 hr). Snorkeling, kayaking, paddleboard, swimming. ”Dennis’s Hideaway“ beach bar - seafood dinner.

Day-7 Sailing to Ronde Island (distance 24NM ~5 hrs); Lunch on the beach. Snorkeling, swimming and kayaking.

Day-8 Sailing to Grand Anse Beach, Grenada (21NM ~ 5 hr; Two miles sweep of white-gold sand, backed by shady palms and almond trees. Swimming, snorkeling, kayaking; Dinner at “Umbrellas“.

Day-9 Grand Anse Beach, Grenada Morning swim, snorkeling…: Departure to Maurice Bishop International Airport.

What’s included:

- Meals (breakfasts, lunches and dinners; for longer sailing passages we prepare light meals or snacks)

- Beverages

- Use of snorkeling equipment onboard

- Double sea kayak and paddleboard

- Fishing rods

- Free Wi-fi if available

- Housekeeping Services

- Stereo and CD player (you are welcome to bring your own favorite music on memory sticks…)

Prices Exclude:

- Meals and activities taken ashore*

- Customs and immigration fees

- National Park and mooring fees

- Air fares and airport taxes

- Transfers to and from the airport

- Extra activities, tours and divings

- Premium spirits, wines, liqueurs (some available at reasonable prices)

- Crew Gratuities

* 2-3 times during our trip we will tender you on shore to experience Caribbean cuisine in local restaurants

Rate for 8 Days:

For 2 people $420 per person per day

For 3 people $330 per person per day

For 4 people $270 per person per day

For 5 and 6 people $250 per person per day

Booking is confirmed upon receipt of 50% deposit. The remaining balance is due 2 weeks prior to departure. Deposit will be refundable, minus a 10% cancellation fee, if cancellation is made not later than 6 weeks before departure. It is advisable to purchase travel and health insurance for duration of the trip. Sojourney Travel can provide you an insurance quote.

Other:

Weather & Safety: Please note that your safety is our high priority. Guests endangering safety will have to leave the yacht. We will organize our trips according to the weather conditions. Flexibility will be extremely important during your trip. The yacht is equipped with state of the art safety equipment: satellite system for weather tracking, life-raft, VHF radio, EPIRB, AIS, flares, radar and life jackets. Two crew members are RYA certified skippers.

Things to note: The “On Board Life” requires water and electricity preservation. It is a “bare-foot zone” unless you bring white bottom shoes (for boat use only - no flip-flops). Please pack your luggage in back pack, duffel-bags or soft and collapsible. We are non-smoking and drug-free vessel. Alcohol consumption is not allowed when sailing. Our booking will be followed by signed Yacht Party Agreement.

Customs & Immigration fees

Grenadines: Customs fee EC 45/person - weekends EC $63/person; Immigration fee EC $35/person – weekends EC $50; Tobago Cays Park fees EC $10/person & mooring fee EC $50.

Grenada: Cruising Permit EC $50; Port fee EC 8.10/person; Immigration fee EC $75/person

The Immigration fees depend on arriving island. The captain is required to collect your passports and report to Port Authorities for check-In/Out. The total fee per person is approximately USD $80.

* All visitors must carry a valid passport with them. A round-trip or onward ticket is officially required.

St. Vincent to Grenada

Take Part on an Incredible Caribbean Sailing Experience!

Are you ready for an experience you’ll be talking about for years to come? Sailing through the Caribbean is an incredible journey, from crystal waters to deserted islands and beaches, to culture-rich towns and fishing villages. Sailing is truly the best way to see all of what the Caribbean has to offer in the most authentic way possible. However, it’s not just where you are, but also how you get there that makes the difference. Luckily, Bea and Vito’s 46′ pristine catamaran yacht has all the comforts you need. Enjoy all-inclusive, delicious meals, a spacious, airy boat with plenty of deck room, and more.

Enjoy stops along the way to explore cultures of different islands. Explore deserted beaches and enjoy the marine life by snorkel. Return to the catamaran for a well-deserved cocktail. This Catamaran accommodates up to 6 people with three private cabins. A large covered cockpit is a perfect place for outdoor dining while enjoying the panoramic views. The deck itself is very large and spacious with plenty of room to kick back in the shade or sun.

Trip Itinerary - 10 DAYS

Day-1 Yacht briefing for your St Vincent to Grenada sailing itinerary at the Blue Lagoon Marina on the south west coast of St. Vincent. Dinner and welcome cocktail. Safety demonstration and becoming familiar with the yacht.
Day-2 Set sail for the first part of your St Vincent sailing itinerary – 2 hour voyage to Bequia. This island is one of the most laid back and attractive islands of the whole Caribbean – exactly what you need on the first day of your holiday. A day to explore after a breakfast of fresh tropical fruit purchased from the local market. For the more active there are numerous hiking trails around Bequia with superb views from the hill tops. You may want to stock up with some hard to find items at Doris Fresh Foods, before cocktails and dinner at one of the shore-side restaurants.
Day-3 Sail to the beautiful Tobago Cays, one of the World’s most breathtaking anchorages. The anchorage is protected by an enormous horseshoe reef which also provides amazing snorkeling. You can swim with the turtles that feed around the five islands that make up the Cays, or explore ashore with the nearly tame iguanas and tortoises. In the evening you can arrange a wonderful lobster or fish beach BBQ with one of the local guides.
Day-4 A short sail to Mayreau in the morning, dropping anchor in Salt Whistle Bay, a palm fringed semi circle of white sand. There’s some good walking here, but most worthwhile is the short hike to the top of the hill and the breathtaking view from the Catholic Church. For dinner try Dennis’s Hideaway in the village, a short climb up the hill from Saline Bay.

Trip Itinerary - 10 DAYS

Day-5 Sail to Clifton Harbour, clear out of the Grenadines then sail on to Petit St Vincent for the night. Anchor off PSV Resort. Dinghy ride to Mopion island – tiny island with only one umbrella..
Day-6 A downwind 2 hour sail to Sandy Island, Carriacou - a quarter mile strip of perfect sand topped with a few palm trees. Snorkel and walk the beach before lunch, then head the short distance around to Tyrrel Bay to clear in at the boat yard facility. Tyrrel Bay is an interesting community of locals and cruisers and the shore is lined with restaurants and rum shops. You’ll often catch some live music at the local jump up. It’s worth spending time to explore Carriacou, another incredibly laid back island of 1 gas station and 200 rum shops!
Day-7 Tyrell bay – St George’s. You’ve nearly sailed all the way from St Vincent to Grenada (distance 32NM ~ 6 hrs). Exhilarating downwind sail to St George’s passing the isolated islands of Kick ‘em Jenny and Isle De Ronde, where a stop for a swim is possible if conditions permit. On arrival at St George’s anchor near the Underwater Sculpture Park; Made world famous by photos in National Geographic. Snorkel or dive off the boat and look for the statues.
Day-8 - 9 No visit to Grenada would be complete without an island tour. The “Isle of Spice” is one of the most spectacularly beautiful islands of the Caribbean with lush rain forest, waterfalls, old plantations and spectacular beaches. There are many hiking trails around the island. The town of St George’s is regarded as the most picturesque capital in the Caribbean. Grand Anse Beach, two miles sweep of white-gold sand, backed by shady palms and almond trees. Swimming, snorkeling, kayaking; Dinner at “Umbrellas“.
Day-10 Departure to Maurice Bishop International Airport

What’s included:

- Meals (breakfasts, lunches and dinners; for longer sailing passages we prepare light meals or snacks)

- Beverages

- Use of snorkeling equipment onboard

- Double sea kayak and paddleboard

- Fishing rods

- Free Wi-fi if available

- Housekeeping Services

- Stereo and CD player (you are welcome to bring your own favorite music on memory sticks…)

Prices Exclude:

- Meals and activities taken ashore*

- Customs and immigration fees

- National Park and mooring fees

- Air fares and airport taxes

- Transfers to and from the airport

- Extra activities, tours and divings

- Premium spirits, wines, liqueurs (some available at reasonable prices)

- Crew Gratuities

* 5 times during our trip we will tender you on shore to experience Caribbean cuisine in local restaurants

Rates:

For 2 people $420 per person per day

For 3 people $330 per person per day

For 4 people $270 per person per day

For 5-6 people $250 per person per day

Booking is confirmed upon receipt of 50% deposit. The remaining balance is due 2 weeks prior to departure. Deposit will be refundable, minus a 10% cancellation fee, if cancellation is made not later than 6 weeks before departure. It is advisable to purchase travel and health insurance for duration of the trip. Sojourney Travel can provide you an insurance quote.

Other:

Weather & Safety: Please note that your safety is our high priority. Guests endangering safety will have to leave the yacht. We will organize our trips according to the weather conditions. Flexibility will be extremely important during your trip. The yacht is equipped with state of the art safety equipment: satellite system for weather tracking, life-raft, VHF radio, EPIRB, AIS, flares, radar and life jackets. Two crew members are RYA certified skippers.
Things to note: The “On Board Life” requires water and electricity preservation. It is a “bare-foot zone” unless you bring white bottom shoes (for boat use only - no flip-flops). Please pack your luggage in back pack, duffel-bags or soft and collapsible. We are non-smoking and drug-free vessel. Alcohol consumption is not allowed when sailing. Our booking will be followed by signed Yacht Party Agreement.

Other:

Customs & Immigration fees
St. Vincent & Grenadines: Customs fee EC 45/person - weekends EC $63/person; Immigration fee EC $35/person – weekends EC $50; Tobago Cays Park fees EC $10/person & mooring fee EC $60.
Grenada: Cruising Permit EC $50; Port fee EC 8.10/person; Immigration fee EC $75/person
The Immigration fees depend on arriving island and country. The captain is required to collect your passports and report to Port Authorities for check-In/Out. The total fee per person is approximately USD $100.
* All visitors must carry a valid passport with them. A round-trip or onward ticket is officially required.

St. Thomas – St. Joh

Take Part on an Incredible Caribbean Sailing Experience!

Are you ready for an experience you’ll be talking about for years to come? Sailing is truly the best way to see all of what the Caribbean has to offer in the most authentic way possible. However, it’s not just where you are, but also how you get there that makes the difference.

Enjoy all-inclusive, delicious meals, a spacious, airy boat with plenty of deck room, and more. Explore deserted beaches and enjoy the marine life by snorkel. Return to the catamaran for a well-deserved cocktail.

This Catamaran accommodates people with three private cabins. A large covered cockpit is a perfect place for outdoor dining while enjoying the panoramic views. The deck itself is very large and spacious with plenty of room to kick back in the shade or sun.

Trip Itinerary - 7 DAYS

Day-1 Arrival to St. Thomas USVI (STT) International Airport, 5 min. taxi ride to Crown Bay Marina Dinner and welcome cocktail; Safety demonstration and becoming familiar with the yacht.
Day-2 Sailing to Buck Island (distance 8 NM ~1.5 hr); Snorkel off the boat; hiking to the old lighthouse. Sailing to Salomon & Honeymoon Beach, St. John ( distance 12NM ~ 2 hr); Swimming, snorkeling; visiting Cruise Bay Town
Day-3 Sailing to Trunk Bay, swimming, snorkel in Coral Reef Underwater Park Trail; sailing to Cinnamon Bay Beach
Day-5 Sailing to Maho Bay Beach, swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding
Day-6 Sailing to Lameshur Beach, fantastic snorkelin/divingg in Yawzi Point
Day-7 Sailing to Charlotte-Amalie, St.Thomas (distance 15NM ~3 hrs); visiting tow; departure to the airport.
҉ We adjust trip plan and duration to your need

What’s included:

- Meals (breakfasts, lunches and dinners)

- Beverages (soft drinks, beer and selected alcohols)

- Mooring fees in National Parks

- Use of snorkeling equipment

- Double seat kayak and paddleboard

- Free Wi-fi when available

- Housekeeping Services

- Stereo player (you are welcome to bring your own favorite music on memory sticks…)

- Movie nights with popcorn (screen projection)

Prices Exclude:

- Meals and activities taken ashore

- Air fares and airport taxes

- Transfers to and from the airport

- Extra activities, tours and diving

- Crew Gratuities

* during our trip we may tender you on shore to experience Caribbean cuisine in local restaurants

Rates:

For 2 people $420 per person per day

For 3 people $330 per person per day

For 4 people $270 per person per day

For 5 and 6 people $250 per person per day

Booking is confirmed upon receipt of 50% deposit. The remaining balance is due 2 weeks prior to departure. Deposit will be refundable, minus a 10% cancellation fee, if cancellation is made not later than 6 weeks before departure. It is advisable to purchase travel and health insurance for duration of the trip. Sojourney Travel can provide you an insurance quote.

Other:

Weather & Safety: Please note that your safety is our high priority. We will organize our trips according to the weather conditions. Flexibility will be extremely important during your trip. The yacht is equipped with state of the art safety equipment: satellite system for weather tracking, life-raft, VHF radio, EPIRB, AIS, flares, radar and life jackets. Two crew members are RYA certified skippers.

Things to note: The “On Board Life” requires water and electricity preservation. It is a “bare-foot zone” unless you bring white bottom shoes (no flip-flops on the boat for your safety). Please pack your luggage in back pack, duffel-bags (soft and collapsible)

Antigua & Barbuda

Take Part on an Incredible Caribbean Sailing Experience!

The British Virgin Islands are hailed as the best sailing destination in the Caribbean, and arguably the whole world. The consistent trade winds, year-round warm weather, and line of sight sailing make the British Virgin Islands ideal for your next cruising adventure. With dozens of unspoiled islands and cays, beautiful white sand beaches, bountiful marine life, and a unique, relaxed island culture, make this the year you set sail in the BVI.

Enjoy all-inclusive, delicious meals, a spacious, airy boat with plenty of deck room, and more. Explore deserted beaches and enjoy the marine life by snorkel. Return to the catamaran for a well-deserved cocktail.

Our yacht accommodates guests with three private cabins. A large covered cockpit is a perfect place for outdoor dining while enjoying the panoramic views. The deck itself is very large and spacious with plenty of room to kick back in the shade or sun.

BVI - Sailing Trip Itinerary - 8 DAYS

Day-0 Arrival to St. Thomas USVI (STT) International Airport; 15 min. taxi ride to Cruz Bay-Redhook Ferry. Ferry raid to Road Town, Tortola (BVI); Customs/Immigration check-in; Boarding catamaran SARA; Dinner and welcome cocktail; Safety demonstration and becoming familiar with the yacht.
Day-1 Sail to Norman Island. Stop at the Caves for a spectacular snorkel then make your way over to the Pirates Bight, a family-oriented beach bar, for lunch and a frozen drink. Water activities..
Day-2 Breakfast on the boat and snorkel at The Indians – an amazing rock formation of corals and sponges that can be found on the ledges and steep walls that rise to the surface. Sail to the Sir Francis Drake Channel and head to Cooper Island. Swim over to Cistern Point for more snorkeling or simply relax on the beach by the bar at the Cooper Island Beach Club.
Day-3 Spend the whole day making your way through the tunnels, caves and crystal-clear water pools through the maze of massive borders. Make your way over to Devil’s Bay beach for a swim. Following that, hike up to the top of the Baths to grab lunch and see the most amazing 360° views of the BVI. Hike back down to the beach and head back to your boat. Make your way over to Leverick Bay for the night.

BVI - Sailing Trip Itinerary - 8 DAYS

Day-4 & 5 Experience an exhilarating sail to Anegada, a low-lying coral island. Keep an eye out for dolphins and whales along the way. Once you arrive, make your way to one of the amazing local restaurants and make reservations for a lobster dinner! Then, head off to one of the secluded beaches like Loblolly Bay or our favorite, Cow Wreck Beach. Spend an extra day here in Anegada and enjoy the breaches; rent a scooter, search for pink flamingos, grab your snorkel gear…
Day-6 Sailing to Jost Van Dyke. This will most likely be your longest sail, so break it up with a late morning stop at Monkey Point on Guana Island. The snorkeling is amazing here with so many types of fish to view: Yellowtail snappers, grunts, jacks, turtles and large tarpon. However, pelicans diving for their next meal remain the best show that Mother Nature has to offer. After picking up an overnight mooring, make your way in to see Foxy’s, which is well known for live music and a great BBQ on the beach.
Day-7 Enjoy a nice breakfast aboard your boat. Then, make your way over to the Soggy Dollar in White Bay for a world-famous Painkiller. Enjoy the day at the beach, and then head to Peter Island. Great Harbor at Peter Island is perfect for your last night as it is quiet, picturesque. There is a small bar and restaurant on the shore called Oceans Seven offering delicious local food.
Day-8 Ferry raid from Road Town, Tortola (BVI) to Cruz Bay-Redhook; Customs/Immigration check-in; Taxi ride to St.Thomas Internationa Airport
҉ We adjust trip plan and duration to your needs

What’s included:

- Meals (breakfasts, lunches and dinners)

- Beverages (soft drinks, beer and selected alcohols)

- Mooring fees in National Parks

- Use of snorkeling equipment

- Double seat kayak and paddleboard

- Free Wi-fi when available

- Housekeeping Services

- Stereo player (you are welcome to bring your own favorite music on memory sticks…)

- Movie nights with popcorn (screen projection)

Prices Exclude:

- Meals and activities taken ashore

- Air fares and airport taxes

- Transfers to and from the airport

- Extra activities, tours and diving

- Crew Gratuities

* during our trip we may tender you on shore to experience Caribbean cuisine in local restaurants

Rates:

For 2 people $420 per person per day

For 3 people $330 per person per day

For 4 people $270 per person per day

For 5 and 6 people $250 per person per day

Booking is confirmed upon receipt of 50% deposit. The remaining balance is due 2 weeks prior to departure. Deposit will be refundable, minus a 10% cancellation fee, if cancellation is made not later than 6 weeks before departure. It is advisable to purchase travel and health insurance for duration of the trip. Sojourney Travel can provide you an insurance quote.

Other:

Weather & Safety: Please note that your safety is our high priority. We will organize our trips according to the weather conditions. Flexibility will be extremely important during your trip. The yacht is equipped with state of the art safety equipment: satellite system for weather tracking, life-raft, VHF radio, EPIRB, AIS, flares, radar and life jackets. Two crew members are RYA certified skippers.

Things to note: The “On Board Life” requires water and electricity preservation. It is a “bare-foot zone” unless you bring white bottom shoes (no flip-flops on the boat for your safety). Please pack your luggage in back pack, duffel-bags (soft and collapsible).

Testimonials

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The best trip of our lives!

After recently getting married, my wife and I were looking to have a unique vacation experience. We both love beaches and yet we could not have imagined Grenada the way we got to see it by sailing on ‘The Sara’. Each day was an adventure and gave us the opportunity to swim, snorkel, and relax at unique islands. One of our favorite nights included delicious local BBQ cuisine on the beach with a beautiful sunset and cocktails. Everything seemed within arm’s reach and truly allowed us to have the fullest experience. Our only regret was that we didn’t book a longer stay but we plan to make a return in the near future!

Mariusz Kubisztal

Illustration

When I travel, I hate feeling like a tourist. Witek served as a guide and allowed us to explore Grenada and Carriacou and feel like locals. Every day we ate lovely fresh produce, and got to see new sights. There was so much to do – we even got to kayak and stand up paddle. I loved relaxing on the catamaran – getting to watch sunsets from the top of the boat, or lounge in the hammock and nap in the midday. Getting to watch movies projected onto a big screen was awesome. But the very best day was when we got to snorkel with sea turtles! Incredible memories were made. Vacations on land will seem very boring to me now!

Emilia Kubisztal

We have been lucky to sail Sara two years in a row. The first year in the US Virgin Islands and the second, in Antigua and Barbuda. Our hosts Beata and Wito made both trips unforgettable. Onboard, relaxing, and excellent food and drinks, or guiding us through snorkeling, sailing, paddleboarding, and more. All in all, a five-star vacation. We look forward to our next dream vacation onboard Sara.  

John & Naty  

We have sailed on catamaran Sara around the US Virgin Islands and St Lucia. Those were absolutely wonderful adventures from the very first encounter. Great communication and super attentive service. Bea and Vito were always on top of every detail and made sure we were safe and comfortable. We would highly recommend a voyage on Sara, no doubt you will want to come back!

Kat & Mike