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Caribbean Dream


From 1795,5€

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Duration: 11 days / 10 nights

Embark on a catamaran specially designed for cruising the warm seas of the Caribbean and discovering the Grenadines. The itinerary will take you to the most beautiful places of the archipelago, from wild bays to picturesque villages living at the Creole rhythm, passing by islands such as Bequia, Moustique and Mayreau, as well as the superb Tobago Cays with their exceptional coral reefs.

Martinique, on the other hand, is a small part of France located in the Caribbean. This island has many assets, including its ability to combine seemingly contradictory elements such as sugar and rum, trade winds and hurricanes, volcanoes and paradisiacal vegetation, as well as memories of sumptuous eras and the original sin of slavery.

However, if history and culture are not enough to motivate your first visit to Martinique, the beauties of the tropical nature, combined with the sun and the sea, are strong arguments! On this island, which can be crossed in only a few hours, you will be able to indulge in water sports, diving, canyoning, short hikes or simply lazing around with your feet in the water.


Le Marin / Union (5 pm): The meet-up is fixed at the marina of Le Marin, located in the south of the island, where your catamaran will be waiting for you from 6 pm. Le Marin is a charming and peaceful village nestled in a deep bay bordered by mangroves, dotted with reefs and islets, protected from swells and winds by a narrow isthmus. It is also the first marina in the Lesser Antilles and an ideal departure point for cruises to the Grenadines! Once on board, you will be welcomed by the crew and settled in your cabin. The departure is scheduled for an overnight sail to Bequia, along the coasts of Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent.
Union: In the early afternoon, you will arrive in Union where you will have to complete the customs formalities. You will then have the opportunity to visit the village to experience the local culture. At the end of the day, you can enjoy a unique experience by discovering Happy Island, a beach bar located on a sandy islet formed by shells, where you can have an aperitif with your feet in the water. Dinner will be served on board and you will spend the night on the catamaran.
Union / Morpion / Petit Saint Vincent /Chatam Bay: After a delicious breakfast, you will set sail for Morpion, then head for Petit Saint Vincent where you will have lunch. In the afternoon, you will sail to Chatam Bay where you can enjoy this beautiful anchorage to swim with the turtles and explore the ocean floor. Dinner will be served on board and you will spend the night on the catamaran.
Chatam Bay / Mayreau: After a delicious breakfast, you will set off for a short sail to Morpion, then head for Petit Saint Vincent where you will have lunch. In the afternoon, you will sail to Chatam Bay where you can enjoy the beautiful anchorage to swim with the turtles and explore the ocean floor. Dinner will be served on board and you will spend the night on the catamaran.
Mayreau / Tobago Cays: This day will be dedicated to relaxation, with a short sail to reach a relaxing destination. You will be able to explore the coral reefs by swimming freely with fins, mask and a snorkel, and discover the magnificent underwater life at shallow depths. You can also lounge on the sandy beaches and enjoy the water activities available on board, such as snorkelling, kayaking and paddle boarding. The desert islands also offer great hiking opportunities to discover the local wildlife, including cactus, frangipani trees and endemic shrubs. As an option, you can also opt for an evening BBQ excursion on the beach. On the menu: aperitif, lobster dinner (depending on the season) or lambis and fish.
Tobago Cays: After a possible morning excursion (optional) to Petit Tabac, you will return on board for lunch. You will then have the whole afternoon to explore the nature reserve and its magnificent seabed. As an option, you can also participate in a morning excursion to the islet "Petit Tabac" on board a local boat. This is where Jack Sparrow was abandoned with the beautiful Elizabeth in the famous movie "Pirates of the Caribbean" (about 2 hours). Dinner will be served on board and you will spend the night on the catamaran.
Tobago Cays / Mosquito: After a tasty breakfast, you will sail briefly to a small secluded cove in Canouan, a perfect place for snorkelling and water sports. You can have lunch there before resuming your journey to Mosquito. You will arrive just in time to enjoy a sunset drink at the famous Basil's Bar, located near the anchorage.
Mosquito / Bequia (1h30): After breakfast, you will be able to swim and enjoy the water sports available on board. Optionally, you can also choose to visit the island. Afterwards, you will set sail for Bequia, the first of the islands of the Grenadines archipelago. You will stop in Admiralty Bay where you can relax while the skipper takes care of the formalities. The island's capital, Port Elizabeth, is a lively little town where the bars proudly display the portrait of the Queen of England, testifying to the attachment to the former colonial power. Dinner will be served on board and you will spend the night on the catamaran. As an option, you can also join a cab tour to discover the island's panoramic views and its dream villas, before swimming on the most beautiful beach of the island, "Macaroni Beach" (approximately 2 hours of free time to enjoy the beach). Please note that the itinerary is subject to unforeseen changes due to technical or weather factors.
Bequia / Cumberland (2h): After breakfast, you will leave for the island of Saint Vincent, a volcanic island with lush vegetation. You will anchor on Cumberland Beach, a grey sand beach bordered by a large coconut grove that goes up the hill. The seafloor is steep. In the afternoon, you can choose to go on an excursion to discover the island's waterfalls (optional). Dinner will be served on board and you will spend the night on the catamaran. As an option, you can also participate in a minibus ride inland with a driver-guide to discover a typical village, a panoramic road along the Caribbean coast, and a short walk to a waterfall where you can take a dip in the cool water after crossing a typical suspension bridge (about 2.5 hours).
DAY 10
Cumberland / Sainte Anne (Martinique) (9h): You will set sail towards Martinique at sunrise. You will enjoy breakfast while sailing downwind from Saint Vincent. At the end of the afternoon, you will be able to relax in the village or on the beach, according to your desires.
DAY 11
Sainte Anne / Le Marin (30 min): After a delicious breakfast on board, you will make a short navigation to arrive at the Port of Le Marin where you will disembark at 10 am.

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)


It is important to note that French nationals must have a passport valid for 6 months after the return date to board the Dream Grenadines cruise. Passengers who present themselves with a simple identity card will be denied boarding. Foreign nationals should check with their embassy to find out about the different regulations in effect according to their nationality, especially if a visa is required. It is also recommended to check with the Embassy of Saint Lucia, as a visa is mandatory and must be obtained before departure


The official language is French


The currency is the euro and checks are not generally accepted. It is customary to leave a tip of 10 to 15% of the bill.


The climate of the Caribbean is tropical and offers a pleasant temperature all year round, generally between 24°C and 28°C. Although the rainy season is in the summer, the sun is often present for long, beautiful days. The waters are also warm, with an average temperature of around 26°C, ideal for swimmers and water sports enthusiasts.

Time difference

The time difference in the Caribbean is 5 hours behind GMT in winter and 6 hours behind in summer. The sun rises between 5 and 6 am all year round, and sets between 5:30 and 6:30 pm.


Martinique is a French region and is therefore subject to the same health standards and regulations as in metropolitan France. It is recommended to have up-to-date “universal” vaccinations such as diphtheria, tetanus, polio, hepatitis B, and hepatitis A if necessary.


Electricity in Martinique is 220 volts and 50 Hz, the same as in France.


Concerning the culture of Martinique, although the majority of the population is Catholic, there are also religious minorities.


As for the activities practised in Martinique, the island offers a varied choice for all tastes, whether you are a fan of idleness or sports. The warm beaches and crystal clear waters invite you to swim, dive and partake in water sports, while the mountainous landscapes encourage hiking, mountain biking and canyoning. Among the most famous hikes, those leading from Grand-Rivière to Prêcheur and Mount Pelée are particularly popular.

In addition, cockfighting is a popular tradition among the Martinican people. Finally, for those looking for a cultural experience, the city of Fort-de-France is full of exceptional sites such as the St Louis Cathedral, the Schoelcher Library, as well as numerous parks.

Festivals and celebrations

In Martinique, festivities are numerous throughout the year. The carnival, which takes place in February-March, is the island’s most important event, where the population moves to the rhythm of music and wild dances.

On May 8, the city of Saint-Pierre commemorates the eruption of Mount Pelée with cultural and musical events. It is a highlight of the year for the city and its inhabitants.