Sailing Holidays

Suggested 1week itinerary to Jardines de la Reina

DAY 1 : Embark at Cienfuegos marina.
DAY 2 : Sail to Guajimico (15nm)
DAY 3 : Sail south east to Cayo Blanco (40nm).
DAY 4 : Sailing on the way to Cayo Zaza de Fera (20nm) visit Cayo Machos de Afuera, home to iguanas and a small restaurant.
DAY 5 : Cayo Bretón (20nm) is separated by several narrow channels and marked by a lighthouse. This is the start of the Jardines de la Reina (‘Gardens of the Queen’), a nature reserve area of exceptional unspoilt beauty. Flamingos, turtles and iguanas roam here, and the snorkelling on the coral reefs in spectacular - look out for pirate treasure said to be hidden on the cays.
DAY 6 : Sail back to civilization at the full-service Marina Trinidad (50nm).
DAY 7 : Spend the day exploring Trinidad. Leave in the late evening hours to sail back to Cienfuegos  through the night.  Arrive Cienfuegos early morning (60nm).


Prices given below. Click on the yacht names to view yacht layout & specification

"Our whole time in the Grenadines could not have been better. After two days on Bequia visiting friends, a brilliant four to five hour sail with a perfect wind took us down to Salt Whistle Bay on the island of Mayreau. A very busy anchorage where locals acted as parking attendants to squeeze in as many boats as possible to maximize customers for their shore barbeque where they fed us an excellent dinner. The following morning we did the very short passage round to the Tobago Cays. There followed two nights of gorgeous weather, lovely snorkelling with turtles cruising about everywhere and lobster dinners ashore. Could not have been better. "
St Vincent 2017 - M.M


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