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Jambalaya's Cruising Grounds

Enjoy a Caribbean sailing vaction on our traditional schooner, Jambalaya—we'll take you for a sail around the islands you'll never forget.

The cruising grounds for Jambalaya charters are the Windward and Leeward Islands of the Caribbean, ranging from Anguilla in the north to Grenada 500 miles to the south, which take in such islands as as Grenada, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and Antigua.

Yacht charter itineraries can be tailormade to any of the Windward and Leeward Islands. See our Sample Itinerary

"Thank you so much for the memorable sailing trip from Bequia down to Tobago Cays and Petit St Vincent. It was all enormous fun."

Destinations

Our Cruising Grounds

The Grenadines

In particular, St. Vincent and the Grenadines cruising area offers easy day sails and wonderful beaches with excellent snorkeling. Spend time in some of the most talked about places in the Caribbean such as Basil’s Bar on Mustique where the rich and famous hang out or the tiny Mopion desert island—pictured above.

With regular trade winds and with a beautiful island never far from sight, the area offers some of the best blue water sailing to be found anywhere.

Tobago Cays

A popular yacht charter destination is the world-renowned Tobago Cays, the 'jewel of the Caribbean', a group of small uninhabited islands surrounded by an extensive Horseshoe Reef that acts as a barrier from the sea. The colors reflected by the shallow water and the reef are simply spectacular—a snorkeling paradise! Swim with myriad colourful fish in water depths that average three to 12 feet. Snorkel among green turtles in their natural habitat.

"In a word, fantastic! We thoroughly enjoyed our sailing trip to Bequia, Mustique, Union and Mayreau Islands in the Grenadines, meeting some very interesting and entertaining characters along the way!"

CONTACT US to organise your crewed yacht charter in the Grenadines

Enjoy the very special experience of being under full sail on our traditional wooden schooner and journey back in time to sailing as it was!