Experiencing sailing the Grenadines on one of its own locally built crewed charter boats is not to be missed.
Jambalaya is a 73ft traditional Schooner that was launched in 2002. She is based in the Grenadines and is available for charter throughout the Windward Islands.
She can accommodate up to 6 passengers and is perfect for sailing the Grenadines. The accommodation comprises one double guest master en-suite cabin that is spacious and light with its own entrance, 2 double guest rooms with shared toilet and shower, a separate crews’ cabin with its own head, a deckhouse saloon, a large shaded cockpit and lots of deck space.
Captain Peter Bennett and his wife Chef Sylvie are the very engaging host.
Bequia: this is an exquisite little island with its shops and restaurants/bars all wrapped around the harbor front and linked together by a beach and a path. The atmosphere is very friendly and very relaxed. Sunbathing, swimming, reading… on the pristine Princess Margaret beach, and then there are many restaurants to choose from in the evening.
Tobago Cays: the Jewels of the Grenadines!
We love swimming with the turtles off Baradel and snorkeling over the amazing coral teeming with fish on the Southside of Petit Bateau where the big fishes hang out. Dinghy out to the shallow waters off the lagoon where you will be able to stand in luxurious turquoise waters. In the evening: Lobster dinner on the beach, a unique experience!
You’ll be counting the days until you can return!
Sail the Grenadines on Jambalaya!
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