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Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours, Marina Bas du Fort, Pointe-à-Pitre to Returns to original departure point at 10am

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Explore Guadeloupe in private cabins on a week long catamaran cruise aboard our Ipanema 58 with captain, hostess and food included. A dream bareboat sailing vacation on the French archipelago of Guadeloupe is the ideal family or romantic getaway. Make sure you don’t miss the beautiful Crayfish waterfall and a swim in it’s refreshing pools. For an even more dramatic sight, head south of Basse Terre and visit the famous 350-foot Carbet Waterfalls.
Day 1: Boarding at Marina Bas du Fort. Departure to Ilet Gosier (about 30 min). Night on board, at anchor.Day 2: Breakfast and we set sail to Anse Canot at Marie-Galante, the island of a hundred mills (about 2 hours of sailing). Lunch on board. Option*: Bus tour of the island (about 3 hours). Dinner and night on board.Day 3: After breakfast, departure to Dominica (about 4 hours of navigation): "The Nature Island of the Caribbean". Arrival in Portsmouth (customs and immigration formalities). Lunch on board. Option*: Rowing boat trip on the Indian River, then a lovely walk back through the fruit plantations and Portsmouth village. Dinner and night on board.Day 4: Breakfast. Option *: Island tour by bus with a driver-guide: North Road, Amerindian Reserve, stop in the National Park, "Emerald Pool", crossing of the island to the south and the west coast. Lunch in a restaurant in the rainforest. Trafalgar waterfalls (60m high) with a guide. Return to the boat through the capital, Roseau, and by the west coast. Dinner and night on board.Day 5: After breakfast we will navigate to the west coast of Guadeloupe (about 3 hours). Lunch at anchor nearby under the wind of the island. After lunch sailing to the Cousteau Reserve facing Ilet Pigeon (about 3 hours). Dinner and night on board.Day 6: After breakfast, relaxation, water activities from the boat, snorkelling; for amateurs there's a possibility you may be able to go scuba diving at one of the local clubs. Lunch on board. In the afternoon we will sail to the archipelago of Saintes (about 3 hours). Mooring at Pain de Sucre. Dinner and night on board.Day 7: After breakfast we will be on our way to the Terre de Haut Bay. Anchorage in the bay. Option*: Village tour and walk to the Fort Napoleon. Lunch on board. You will have some free time to explore the area. We set sail later that day to Îlet Gosier (about 4 hours). Dinner and night on board.Day 8: Disembarkation at 10:00 at Bas du Fort marina.When the time comes for the final goodbyes the crew will remind you of trips highlights, exchange emails and photos and might even give you a big hug before sending you off! 

What’s included

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom aboard our Ipanema 58 yacht (A/C in service from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm)
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Drinks (table wine), local aperitifs (punch, rum), fruit juice, sodas.
  • Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, steward/cook)
  • 2 sets of linen, towels and beach towels per person/week.
  • Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
  • Insurance for the yacht and the passengers.
  • Water sports on board : snorkeling equipment, sea kayak and fishing gear.
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Bottled water
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Alcoholic Beverages

What’s not included

  • Cash box (mandatory) : 155 Euros per person to be paid in cash on spot upon arrival. (See 'Additional Info' for more details)
  • Airfares.
  • Excursions package (optional): 150 Euros per person includes: Day 2: Marie-Galante: Bus tour of the island (about 3 h). Day 3: Dominica : Rowing boat trip on the Indian River and walk back through the fruit plantations an through Portsmouth village. Day 4: Dominica: Visit the island by bus with a driver-guide: Northern road, Amerindian reserve, stop in a national park, "Emerald Pool", crossing of the island to the south and west coast. Lunch in a restaurant in the rainforest. Trafalgar waterfalls (60m high) with a guide. Day 7: Les Saintes : Visit of the village and stroll up to the Fort Napoléon *Price valid for a participation of at least 5 persons – Payable on spot.

Itinerary

Day 1: Boarding at Marina Bas du Fort. Departure to Ilet Gosier (about 30 min). Night on board, at anchor.
Day 2: Breakfast and we set sail to Anse Canot at Marie-Galante, the island of a hundred mills (about 2 hours of sailing). Lunch on board. Option*: Bus tour of the island (about 3 hours). Dinner and night on board.
Day 3: After breakfast, departure to Dominica (about 4 hours of navigation): "The Nature Island of the Caribbean". Arrival in Portsmouth (customs and immigration formalities). Lunch on board. Option*: Rowing boat trip on the Indian River, then a lovely walk back through the fruit plantations and Portsmouth village. Dinner and night on board.
Day 4: Breakfast. Option *: Island tour by bus with a driver-guide: North Road, Amerindian Reserve, stop in the National Park, "Emerald Pool", crossing of the island to the south and the west coast. Lunch in a restaurant in the rainforest. Trafalgar waterfalls (60m high) with a guide. Return to the boat through the capital, Roseau, and by the west coast. Dinner and night on board.
Day 5: After breakfast we will navigate to the west coast of Guadeloupe (about 3 hours). Lunch at anchor nearby under the wind of the island. After lunch sailing to the Cousteau Reserve facing Ilet Pigeon (about 3 hours). Dinner and night on board.
Day 6: After breakfast, relaxation, water activities from the boat, snorkelling; for amateurs there's a possibility you may be able to go scuba diving at one of the local clubs. Lunch on board. In the afternoon we will sail to the archipelago of Saintes (about 3 hours). Mooring at Pain de Sucre. Dinner and night on board.
Day 7: After breakfast we will be on our way to the Terre de Haut Bay. Anchorage in the bay. Option*: Village tour and walk to the Fort Napoleon. Lunch on board. You will have some free time to explore the area. We set sail later that day to Îlet Gosier (about 4 hours). Dinner and night on board.
Day 8: Disembarkation at 10:00 at Bas du Fort marina. When the time comes for the final goodbyes the crew will remind you of trips highlights, exchange emails and photos and might even give you a big hug before sending you off!
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