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15 Days14 Nights Cruise To The Islands Of The Wind - Antilles

Cruising Monohull
36 ft
6 Guests

About This Boat

Enjoy this amazing and unforgettable 15 days/14 nights cruise to the Islands of the wind - Antilles, aboard the "Monocoque" Sailboat for as low as €1810 per person!

Rates:

• 15 days/14 nights cruise: €1810 per person
• Price may change without notice. Contact us for specific rates.

The rate includes

• Air transport on scheduled flight Paris / Pointe à Pitre to / * and transfer to the marina if you bought our transportation, go to the pharmacy near the airport exit ° 3 for those benefiting from the transfer.
• The management of the cruise and the learning according to your level and the provision of the boat.
• Accommodation on board.
• Liability insurance.

It does not include

• The fund board which is used to pay the postage, food, clearances, fuel, gas and small consumables. Allow about 17 euros per day and per person. The dock does not include restaurants and alcohol.

* If you do not come with our own tour transport but wish to benefit from the organized transfer, it is imperative to contact us to check the feasibility.

What You Can Expect:

A complete cruise to sail and sail to the islands of the wind (Antigua, Barbuda, ...). This program will allow you to appreciate the performance of your boat in a paradisiacal setting, to follow on the map the variety of sailing and to perform beautiful sailing maneuvers with the pleasure of the controlled gesture. Ship navigation and life at sea will be an unforgettable experience.

The Navigation Area

The navigation zone includes the waters of Guadeloupe to Dominica to the south and Saint Martin to the north. The anchorages of the Saintes, Saint Martin or other islands will astonish you by the beauty of their landscapes. In Dominica, Barbuda or Antigua, the anchorages of these foreign islands will totally disorient you!

Highlights

Choice of stops: The lagoons of Antigua, Barbuda and its barrier of Coral, Montserrat the volcanic island, Saint-Martin, Saint-Barthélemy and its colors, Saint Kitts and Nevis island with the luxuriant vegetation, the island of Dominica and its atmosphere.

Technical Level and Physical Intensity

Technical Level: Advanced

This is a level program already: for people who have already done the activity. To participate in this course, 2 to 3 weeks of minimum cruises are required to embark on this adventure. 
Knowing how to swim is essential.

The Pace of Navigation

8 to 10 hours of daily navigation to weather conditions, allow you to have the land in time to enjoy the stops. According to the jointly agreed program, there may be one or two days dedicated to visiting the islands such as Dominica, Saint Martin ... 
In navigation, organization form of "quarter" can be set up, to To ensure the best running of the boat and to experience all the posts.

What To Expect Onboard:

You will sail aboard a monohull sailboat of 11 to 15 meters powerful, marine, comfortable and recent equipped with an auxiliary engine. The boat is arranged with three double cabins, a comfortable square with kitchen, fridge, card table. It is equipped with a spacious cockpit and an annex to go downhill.

The crew consists of a maximum of 7 crew members and an our cruise instructor. Under 5 crew members per boat, we reserve the right to cancel the course.

Details

  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Rental Minimum: 1 hour
  • Length: 36 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Personal Equipment

Put your things in flexible bags that are easier to store on board. Do not take a suitcase or a rigid luggage.

Bring a light sleeping bag or sleeping sheet, or even a pillow head, light wax, non-slip footwear, a flashlight (or frontal), spare clothing, cap or hat, and light clothing to protect yourself Of the sun. Bring palm, snorkel if you have one. In the evening for the more chilly, a slightly warmer garment may be necessary. Do not forget to bring shampoo and sea water shower gel so you can wash after the bath for example. Indeed, fresh water is counted, it is not dedicated to showers. You can bring your music as well as speakers dedicated to mobile phones (depending on the boat, the equipment is different). For mobile phones, a cigarette lighter socket is recommended for recharging. To communicate, look at your package. If you have a little room left, consider taking a dishcloth.

Health Formalities

In the boat safety equipment, there is a sealed first aid kit to be used only in an emergency. Bring your personal pharmacy with analgesic, analgesic, antinaupathic and antihistamine. Do not forget the sunscreen and your sunglasses.

In the evening on the beach, small insects can disrupt your tranquility, so it is necessary to provide adapted oils and antiseptics.

Seasickness

Anyone sailing can be one time or another subject to seasickness (which disappear once the docking). One of the ways to avoid it is anticipation, we advise you to approach your doctor or pharmacist on the subject.

Access

Departure and arrival

Meet in front of the harbor of Marina Bas du Fort Gosier.

We must be aware of the difficulties and unforeseen circumstances in the field of transport. Try to accommodate your appointments or resumption of work. Attention also to the correspondences too just with the return plane. Keep a comfortable margin of time.

Age Requirement

Only 18 - 55 years old can participate on this cruise.

Transport

In accordance with the regulations, we give you the names of the airlines that can be used by the UCPA on this destination: Air France, Air Caraïbes, Corsair.

On all of the companies, the weight of the maximum luggage authorized will be 23 kgs in soute and 10 kgs in cabin. (except last minute modification on the part of the company).

Beginning of the Cruise

The course begins on Monday at the Marina de Bas-du-Fort in Gosier in Guadeloupe.
It is the arrival time of our tour flight which determines the start of the course, usually in the late afternoon (information from our Cruise 10 days before departure).
Rendezvous in front of the pharmacy of the airport near the exit n ° 3 for those who benefit from the transfer to the Marina.

End of Cruise

The course ends at the Marina de Bas-du-Fort in Gosier on Monday noon.
The crew cleans the boat before leaving the shore.
Arrival in Paris on Tuesday morning.

Coaching

The instructor is a volunteer. He is qualified by the our company after a complete training and recognized by the French Sailing Federation. He is a passionate cruiser who will pass on his passion and experience.

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Carole

From LORIENT

Member Since Nov 2016

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  • Listing Address
  • Route de la Marina
  • Pointe-a-Pitre, Grande-Terre
  • Guadeloupe
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