Sailing trip in the Caribbean - winter 2022

19 October 2021

Sailing in the Caribbean is a sailing adventure

Are you looking for an unforgettable experience that will give you memories for life? Do you want to travel alone or in a larger group? Do you want to experience exotic views, palm trees and warmth in the winter of 2022? Then you are in the right place! Take a few minutes to read more about what a sailing trip in the Caribbean means for you as a traveler, what you can experience, what is included and what is required.


Sailing trip in the Caribbean with More Sailing means experiencing a real sailing adventure. On board one of our large catamarans, our experienced crew takes care of both sailing and cooking. While during the trip you can relax and enjoy as we sail between magical lagoons, coral reefs, volcanic islands and white sandy beaches. Sail with us in the southern Caribbean Sea and enjoy the warmth of the Swedish winter. Are you ready for a sailing adventure?

Briefly about the Caribbean

The Caribbean, also known as the West Indies, is a chain of islands stretching from Florida in the north to the northern tip of South America. It lies east of the Central American mainland and forms a dividing line between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Sailing in the Caribbean is considered one of the most exotic experiences we can have on Earth.


In 1492, Christopher Columbus became the first European to record his arrival in the islands, where historians believe he set foot on land in the Bahamas. After the first of Christopher Columbus' voyages to the Americas, Europeans began using the term West Indies to distinguish this region from both the original "India" (i.e. India) and the East Indies of South Asia and Southeast Asia. So the first sailing trip in the Caribbean dates back exactly 530 years. The tradition is long. Is it time for you to become part of this awesome tradition?

More Sailing in the Caribbean

Sailing in the Caribbean with More Sailing is a unique experience. When we sail among the southern Caribbean islands, we start from Martinique or St. Lucia, depending on the departure. The two islands are adjacent to each other and with them as a starting point we then set sail south towards St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The entire sailing trip in the Caribbean takes 13 days (by air) and right now we only have vacancies left in January, February and March.

The Grenadines has been named the most beautiful sailing area in the world and consists of a string of islands located between St. Vincent in the north and Grenada in the south. Our sailing trips in the Caribbean give you an exciting and memorable experience, which our customers usually say they get memories for life. You will experience great sailing days and the best of what the Caribbean has to offer. Both black and white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, snorkeling with sea turtles and eating grilled dinners on the beach. Simply amazing!

During a sailing trip in the Caribbean on our large catamaran, you will experience the sailing you have always dreamed of, without any worries. Sun, warmth, good food, wonderful views and memories for life. On board the boat you are in safe hands with the crew. They cook, guide you to hidden paradise coves, recommend restaurants and sail the boat. You relax and enjoy yourself to the fullest.

Breakfast and lunch are eaten on the boat, while dinner is eaten ashore in a restaurant. There are absolutely no musts on a sailing boat. For your part, just relax and go with the flow, but of course you can participate in the sailing as much as you like. The combination of being taken care of by the crew while getting to visit new destinations every day makes it a vacation you'll want to recount. Just like our previous travelers.


An ordinary day

A typical day on our boats often starts with a lovely morning dip in the turquoise Caribbean waters. Meanwhile, your host prepares the delicious breakfast buffet. After everyone has eaten their fill, it's off to sea to sail on to the day's destination. While we sail to the next destination, you can sunbathe, swim, read a book or just enjoy the mesmerizing surroundings.

When lunch is approaching, the kitchen smells delicious. Lunch is often enjoyed in a turquoise bay followed by a swim from the boat. After lunch you move on to the port, bay or perhaps town where you will spend the night. In the evening you will have a chance to try the local cuisine in one of the restaurants. End the evening at a local bar before letting the sea lull you to sleep on the boat. Nothing may be perfect, but this is the closest thing to perfection.

What's included in the Caribbean sailing trip

When you sail with More Sailing in the Caribbean, the following are included in the wonderful experience we offer:

  • Sailingtrip - The wonderful experience lasts for 13 days, of which 11 days are spent on just sailing.
  • Flights - Return flights from London, with a reservation for Paris for the New Year sailing.
  • Transfer - Safe and punctual transfer to & from the boat in the Caribbean.
  • Skipper & Host - Swedish, well-trained crew with experience and strong passion to offer world-class service.
  • Part in double cabin - Nice berth in double cabin with comfortable beds to sleep well on a sailing trip in the Caribbean.
  • Food - Magical breakfast, lunch & drinks on board the boat, consisting mostly of local delicacies.
  • Bedding - Clean and fresh bedding & towels.
  • All expenses - Port fees, LPG & other miscellaneous expenses.

Dream experience in detail

Depending on the departure, our sailing trips in the Caribbean today start either from Martinique or from St. Lucia. Both are equally beautiful, but differ mostly in the administrative conditions. Martinique belongs to France and St. Lucia is a former British colony in the southern Caribbean. It is worth emphasizing that in St Lucia you drive on the left side of the road and Queen Elisabeth II adorns the dollar bills.

Martinique is the wonderful island where the marina Le Marin is located. This is the first departure option. St. Lucia is the other gem where the marina holds the name Rodney Bay and is thus the second departure option. St. Lucia and Rodney Bay are the finish line of the annual Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC). Both Le Marin and Rodney Bay are two large marinas.

Along the area we visit and during the time we sail in the Caribbean, there are few marinas like these. However, there are plenty of turquoise bays, so we either moor at a buoy or anchor at most of the stops during the trip. The dinghy on board allows you to explore the bay or possibly go ashore, if desired.

Afterwards, we head south from Martinique or St. Lucia to the next island. It is called St. Vincent. Here you will see black sand beaches because the island has a long active volcano, cool and different. Many people associate St. Vincent with 'Pirates of the Caribbean' because parts of the movies were filmed here. Especially famous from the movies is the Wallilabou Bay.


Magical islands

On the way down to Grenada, we sail through a lot of magical islands. We start with Isla de Quatre, located just below Bequia. Then we head towards Mustique, which is a privately owned island. Canouan is the first island we encounter after sailing in the open blue. Then we have the island of Mayreau which is characterized by the popular beach Salt Whistle Bay. Tobago Cays is the next island, which is also a national park. These natural beauties are really hard to beat and simply must be experienced. You may want to walk barefoot along the beach, hear the waves roll in while watching the sun set on the horizon. Truly magical.

Next we sail between islands like Union Island, Petite St. Vincent and Carriacou. Finally, we pass Ronde Island, an uninhabited volcanic island, before reaching Grenada. Then we turn back to the north. On the way back we pass the same islands, but from the other side and stop at new exciting places.

The islands are tropical green with deep jungle and vegetation. Around the high peaks, rain clouds gather, sometimes providing a welcome shower. After just a few minutes, the rain is gone and the warm sun quickly dries the deck. A sailing trip in the Caribbean is as exciting as it is varied.

The islands of the Caribbean offer a wonderful variety of places to visit, with plenty of time for sailing, sun, swimming and relaxation. A trip with experiences that provide memories for life. Please note that the sailing route and places we visit can change depending on the weather and wind. What never changes is our passion to deliver a magical experience like no other, à la sailing in the Caribbean.


Weather conditions while sailing in the Caribbean

Winter in the Caribbean is anything but winter. From our Swedish perspective of course. The lovely temperature during the winter months is 28-29 lovely degrees. The water is just as warm. Super nice weather conditions to enjoy a magical sailing vacation in the Caribbean. Could it get any better?

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More Sailing boats for sailing holidays in the Caribbean

We have over 50 boats in our fleet, but we don't sail them all in the Caribbean. We choose the larger and more spacious sailing boats with five cabins that can comfortably accommodate up to ten guests. The comfort of our boats is guaranteed. As well as safety and service. On our boats, you have everything you want, and one task: to relax and breathe in all the exoticness that a sailing trip in the Caribbean can offer.

On board the boat, around the table in the cockpit, breakfast and lunch are served. The spacious salon provides a comfortable place to socialize for all travelers on the boat. The foredeck is usually the favorite place on the boat. Here you can sunbathe, hear the lapping of the waves or perhaps see a dolphin jumping in front of the bow. At the back of the boat there is a jetty and ladder that makes it easy to get in and out of the cooling sea. Or maybe swim with the dolphins.

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In our fleet there are 2 different boat models from the boat manufacturer Fountaine Pajot on a sailing trip in the Caribbean, namely Saba 50 and Saona 47. We also have 2 pieces from the Lagoon family which are the models Lagoon 52 and Lagoon 50. We also sail with the latest addition Excess 15.

We climate compensate your sailing trip in the Caribbean

From 2019, More Sailing climate compensates all sailing trips we arrange to 110%. This means that you who travel with us contribute more positively with climate-positive measures than the negative co2 impact that your sailing trip has. We also compensate all internal travel for staff and other impact the company has to be at least climate neutral.


CO2 emissions and global warming are a threat to all life on our planet. Sailing is environmentally friendly but air travel to the sailboat is not. Air travel accounts for 95% of the negative climate impact of buying a sailing trip in the Caribbean. By More Sailing investing in various climate projects, we compensate the CO2 emissions caused by the sailing trip with 110%.

We do not believe that we are buying a clean conscience through climate compensation, but we are doing something concrete to slow down global warming. Climate compensation of CO2 is included in all our sailing trips, it is not possible to opt out.

Book your sailing trip in the Caribbean

We are committed to being accommodating and always strive to fulfill all requests, within reason of course.

On the boat, we offer world-class service, maintain a good atmosphere and are there for our guests at all times. Our focus is always on getting to know the guest and creating an experience according to the guests' preferences. This is the formula that we have proven to work over and over again, creating harmony on all our sailing trips. We at More Sailing look forward to offering you an unforgettable sailing experience where we create memories for life!

Take a look at this video and contact us to book your sailing trip in the Caribbean for winter 2022!

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