Kitesurf- & Sailing Trip Caribbean

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+ Exclusive Kitesurf- & Sailing Trip in the Caribbean with KiteWorldWide
+ New dates for 2020
+ Paradise-like Caribbean spots, white-sandy beaches, warm water temperatures
+ Perfect wind conditions for beginners, freestylers and advanced kiters
+ Anchor at the best kite spots of the Caribbean Grenadines
+ Island-hopping with the luxury catamaran Lagoon 52 Fly
+ Full board on board, with own cook for delicious food
+ Skipper and VDWS instructor on board
+ Learn the basics of sailing, steering and sail activity (for those who want to)

Also in 2020 we will go on a kitesurf- & sailing trip again and we will discover the favourite spots of the Grenadine Islands in the Caribbean again! For several years now our skippers Cathi and Tobi are sailing through the Canary Islands and in the Baltic Sea with adventurous kitesurfers.

Paradisiacal Caribbean spots, white sandy beaches, the warm Caribbean sea and a luxury catamaran with which we can explore the best spots of the Caribbean and the island lifestyle in constant wind conditions.

We spend the entire sailing trip on the water. With the boat the Lagoon 52 Fly, a 52 feet long luxury class high-sea catamaran, we sail from island to island at our pace. During island hopping in the Caribbean this luxurious sailing yacht leaves nothing to be desired. Six high-quality equipped cabins, each with its own bathroom, a large open kitchen with living area, BBQ grill and open-air lounge, offer the perfect base even for sailing beginners. A relaxed sailing trip in the Caribbean is guaranteed. Because of the two skids the catamaran is much more stable in the water. A professional skipper is on board of the fully equipped sailing ship. A special highlight is our cook on board, who will take care of your physical well-being!

Join us on our adventure through the windy litte Antilles island in 2020.

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Kitesurfing

Kitesurfing and catamaran sailing at the Caribbean

Empty kitesurf spots in front of tropical islands are awaiting you during our exclusive discovery kite tour on the big catamaran.  The Grenadines are also called “Windward Islands” and promise unforgettable kite sessions and sailing tours in the Caribbean.  Huge turtles, dolphins and rays accompany you during your rides through the turquoise waters.  The constant trade winds ensure optimal conditions for kitesurfing. The deep green volcanic islands are mostly undeveloped and far away from any tourism.  Kitesurfers can still burn off their energy here! The islanders are friendly and deeply relaxed.  In addition to local beach restaurants and reggae beach bars on the islands we can prepare meals fresh on board.  For example tasty, fresh fish freshly caught during the day, all washed down with a legendary Caribbean beer “Carib” and exotic fruits for dessert.

Catamaran Lagoon 52 Fly

Island-hopping with a luxury sailing yacht

We will travel with a high-end catamaran through the amazingly beautiful Caribbean.  The Lagoon 52 Fly is known for its comfortable furnishings as well as the generous construction.  Thanks to its smooth and stable sailing characteristics you can easily switch off and relax.  The lounge with the open kitchen, seating area and panorama ocean view is the perfect starting point for an adventurous kite vacation in the Caribbean.

The outdoor lounge, the sun deck and the flybridge offer seating and sunbathing areas to relax after extensive kitesurf sessions. The two bathing platforms at the stern of the catamaran allow an easy entry to the water for swimming, snorkeling or stand-up paddling (SUP).  The six light-flooded cabins are equipped with comfortable beds and bathrooms with fresh water showers.

Big hulk windows take care of good ventilation. Of course, the catamaran is fully equipped with GPS, radio, lifejackets, dinghy for the necessary safety on board.  The motorized dinghy is also a shuttle and takes you to the various dream beaches of the Caribbean.

Catamaran Lagoon 52 Fly – Double cabin
There are six bright cabins on board where you can feel comfortable in a small space. All cabins can also be booked as single cabins. In the shared version, the double beds can be separated with a robust canvas. All cabins are equipped with bed linen, as well as private bathroom with shower and toilet.

Catamaran Lagoon 52 Fly – Bunk Bed Cabin
There is a small high bed cabin on board where you can feel comfortable. It is equipped with bed linen and a private bathroom with shower and toilet.

As we will not have beach towels on board, please bring your own for the beach excursions.

Dates & Prices 2020

We are currently looking for the best time to let the tour take place – stay tuned!

7 Days Tour

Prices per person

Booking in a double cabin: 2.089€

Single occupancy of the double cabin: 3.449€

Single occupancy of a Bunk Bed Cabin: 2.819€

Prices per person

Booking in a double cabin: 1.880€

Single occupancy of the double cabin: 3.100€

Single occupancy of a Bunk Bed Cabin: 2.539€

10 Days Tour

Prices per person

Booking in a double cabin: 2.999€

Single occupancy of the double cabin: 4.949€

Single occupancy of a Bunk Bed Cabin: 4.049€

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Arrival

There is a direct flight with Condor from Frankfurt to Grenada. So the easiest way to start the trip with us would be to fly from the UK to Frankfurt. The journey to Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) takes places together with the KiteWorldWide team, so we can take the shuttle to the catamaran together. Of course we would like to give you a hand by booking your flight. At the airport you will be carried directly to haven Port Louis Marina. There you are welcome on board of the luxury Lagoon 52 Fly and the Kitesurf- & Sailing Trip begins!

Services Included

      • 7 or 10 nights on board
      • Airport shuttle
      • Skipper and cook on the catamaran
      • 24/7 VDWS Kite-Instructor by your side
      • Max. 9 guests
      • 1 set bed linen + towel per person
      • Sailing basics (if you want you can sail the catamaran yourself)
      • Water sports on board: snorkeling equipment and fishing
      • Kiteservice

Services not Included

      • Wine, rum and other alcoholic beverages
      • 2 times dinner in the restaurant (7 days tour)
      • 3 times dinner in the restaurant (10 days tour)
      • Board cash register**

      *Additional services are not included and must be paid for by the guests.

      **At the beginning of the trip 190€ (7 days tour), 240 € (10 days tour) per participant will be collected for the board cash. The meals on board, which are freshly prepared by our chef, the harbour docking fees and soft drinks, as well as beer on board are paid for. The restaurant visits and other alcoholic beverages are taken over by the guests themselves.

Packages

Sail & Basic – Carefree Package

The Sail Basic package includes everything you need to have a dream vacation while sailing two weeks on the high seas. During the whole trip, a VDWS licensed kite instructor will be at your side and, on top of that, you get the chance to steer the catamaran yourself and test the latest kite gear from Core.

Sail & Rent – Equipment Rental

If you don’t have your own kite material yet or you prefer to travel lightly, you can book the Sail & Rent package.  So you will always have a wide selection of kite sizes and you can test the latest Core kite gear.

Itinerary 7 days tour:

Day 1: Grenada (Port Louis Marina)

You fly to Maurice Bishop International Airport on the island of Grenada. The Marina Port Louis in St. Georges in the south of the island is only 15 minutes away from the airport. There we will welcome you on our catamaran and together we will do the last necessary preparations to start our sailing trip.

Day 2: Grenada – Carriacou

After a relaxed welcome dinner on board, we set sail the next morning and continue north. Here, after about five hours of sailing, the first kite spot awaits us on a small and remote island with a white sandy beach. Time for a first kite session!

Day 3: Carriacou – Union Island

The next morning we’ll go on a small shore excursion to take care of the necessary paperwork. After a hearty breakfast and a cooling jump into the water, the wind takes us within two hours directly into the heart of a group of islands, which becomes our personal kite paradise. After we have inflated the kites we can power ourselves up until shortly before sunset.

Day 4: Union Island – Mayreau (South)

The morning of the forth day welcomes us with a 30-minute sail to the next turquoise bay with white sand beach and palm trees. The scenery is crowned by a fantastic kite spot where we can stay all day long! A charming beach bar invites you to linger and relax.

Day 5: Mayreau (South) – Tobago Cays

After a last look back to this dream spot we set sail again. But fortunately we don’t have to be melancholic because the next spot is at least as beautiful. An absolute highlight here are the turtles that appear right next to the anchored ships and invite us to jump into the cooling water with our diving goggles.

Day 6: Tobago Cays – Sandy Island

The next morning another spot change is scheduled. Also today we only have a short drive. After a kite session we set the sails for the second time this day and after about an hour we reach the anchorage for the night. The best thing about this anchor bay: We can have a tasty dinner here in the evening and still spend the night directly at the kitespot.

Day 7: Sandy Island- Grenada (Port Louise Marina)

As we have to leave on the penultimate day back to our home port, we start the day with the last kite session of this holiday. We are already anchored here, so you can go straight onto the water. Afterwards we sail comfortably with the wind to the south and reach our destination with the sunset. Here we enjoy a last dinner together on board and have a traditional rum punch.

Day 8: Grenada (Port Louise Marina)

Today it’s day of departure. An early breakfast together and then we have to pack our staff. At 9:00 am we have to leave the catamaran. There is still enough time to explore the island a little before the flight. Or just enjoy the last sunbeams on the beach before a breathtaking week in the Caribbean comes to an end.

Itinerary 10 days tour:

Day 1: Grenada (Port Louis Marina)

You fly to Maurice Bishop International Airport on the island of Grenada. The Marina Port Louis in St. Georges in the south of the island is only 15 minutes away from the airport. There we will welcome you on our catamaran and together we will do the last necessary preparations to start our sailing trip.

Day 2: Grenada – Carriacou

After a relaxed welcome dinner on board, we set sail the next morning and continue north. Here, after about five hours of sailing, the first kite spot awaits us on a small and remote island with a white sandy beach. Time for a first kite session!

Day 3: Carriacou – Union Island

The next morning we’ll go on a small shore excursion to take care of the necessary paperwork. After a hearty breakfast and a cooling jump into the water, the wind takes us within two hours directly into the heart of a group of islands, which becomes our personal kite paradise. After we have inflated the kites we can power ourselves up until shortly before sunset.

Day 4: Union Island – Mayreau (South)

The morning of the forth day welcomes us with a 30-minute sail to the next turquoise bay with white sand beach and palm trees. The scenery is crowned by a fantastic kite spot where we can stay all day long! A charming beach bar invites you to linger and relax.

Day 5: Mayreau (South) – Tobago Cays

After a last look back to this dream spot we set sail again. But fortunately we don’t have to be melancholic because the next spot is at least as beautiful. An absolute highlight here are the turtles that appear right next to the anchored ships and invite us to jump into the cooling water with our diving goggles.

Day 6: Tobago Cays – Bequia

Besides a perfect kitespot there is so much to discover in the Tobago Cays that we stay here for the morning. Whether snorkeling, kiting, swimming or just relaxing, there is something for everyone. Afterwards we sail a slightly longer distance of about 5 hours to the most northern anchorage of the sailing trip.

Day 7: Bequia – Mayreau (North)

After some time in the morning to explore the island we sailed south again at noon. In the paradisiacal Salt Whistle Bay we find the ideal combination of kitespot and anchor bay, which are only separated by a 20 meter wide strip of land.

Day 8: Mayreau (North) – Frigat

The next morning another spot change is scheduled. Also today we have only a short drive and make the first stop of the day at the only few square meters large sand island Morpion. After a kite session we set sails for the second time that day and after about an hour we reach the anchorage for the night.

Day 9: Frigat – Sandy Island

As we will stay overnight directly at the new kitespot, we will go directly to the water after a delicious and strengthening breakfast. After kiting and the necessary official formalities it is already time to sail back south. After about 4 hours we reach the anchorage for the night.

Day 10: Sandy Island – Grenada

We start the day with the last kitesurfing session of this holiday, because we have to leave on the penultimate day back to our home port. Depending on the wind we can go directly on water or have to drive another 30 minutes to the next kitespot. Afterwards we sail comfortably with the wind to the south and reach our destination with the sunset. Here we enjoy a last dinner together on board and have a traditional rum punch.

Day 11 : Grenada (Port Louis Marina)

Today it’s day of departure. An early breakfast together and then we have to pack our things. At 9 o’clock we have to leave the catamaran. There is still enough time to explore the island a little before we have to go to the airport or just enjoy the last sunbeams on the beach before a breathtaking week in the Caribbean comes to an end.

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General infos regarding the Kite – Sailing Trip Caribbean

We pay for the food on deck from our board cash desk. At the beginning of the trip 190€ (7 day tour), 240€ (10 day tour) per participant will be collected. The purchase, possibly harbour berthing fees and soft drinks as well as beer on board are paid from this. The food is prepared by a cook, whoever likes may of course help. Of course we respond to wishes of the group on the way and so it can happen that we prepare a caught fish spontaneously or buy it from local fishermen, if the fishing luck should not hold us.

You’ll have to bring your own hard liquor. We can also cater for vegetarian/vegan food requests, but please let us know early enough.

We go out for dinner two times a week during the 7 days tour and three times during the 10 days tour. This can be a barefoot lobster dinner on the beach or a nice local restaurant. Here everyone pays for himself and it is an old sailing law that skipper and crew do not pay (the meals of the crew are usually not charged in the restaurants).

The Caribbean offers you glassy freeride and freestyle spots. Reliable trade wind guarantees for kite fun and the catamaran brings you to all outlying beaches with wonderful kite conditions. Since the water is mostly shallow near the shore this tour is for beginners and advanced kiters.

The catamaran has a draught of only 45in so it takes you to every spot closely. So you don’t have to launch your kites tediously at the catamaran, but you can easily kite in the bays or from the sandbanks.

The catamaran provides 6 bathrooms with toilettes and showers. At the ports you find sanitary facilities, warm water showers and everything else you might need.

Our certified skippers Tobi & Cathi from Rostock feel at home on all oceans of the world. After his nautical studies Tobi gained sailing and skipper experience worldwide on catamarans and monohull boats before he finally founded Charter & Sail. His girlfriend Cathi has also been sailing the seas for many years. As a marine engineer she knows all the technical details of ocean-going catamarans and monohull boats like the back of her hand.

They will bring you safely from spot to spot, familiarize you with the boat and teach you the basics of sailing, if you like.



//Quriobot