Tobago Cays Scuba, Snorkeling, Sunsets and a Scrumptious Beach Barbeque with heaping piles of lobster. When we parked our sailboat in the uninhabited Tobago Cays on day 6 of our 10 day Grenadines bareboat sailing trip, we found all of that and more!
Diving and dining in Bequia, in the Grenadines, a string of islands that are part of the 32 island nation called “St. Vincent and the Grenadines” in the Caribbean – Part of the West Indies, they are south of St. Lucia and north of Grenada.
Every Friday evening Gros Islet hosts a party they call a “jump up”. They close the street, bring in giant speakers, crank the music, encourage the street vendors, light the barbeque pits, and set up portable rum bars.
Less than 20 hours on our sailboat and we’re faced with possibly having to abandon ship in Marigot Bay, but we’ll get to that…Marigot Bay, St. Lucia is one of the most idyllic sailing anchorages in all of the Caribbean. It’s beautiful, sheltered, safe, and calm. It is so sheltered that
UPDATE: We’re home and working on our stories, photos and videos, especially from SCUBA diving 🙂 Our next bareboat sailing adventure will be in St. Lucia, St. Vincent and The Grenadines! Looking forward to sailing, beaches, clear warm waters, snorkeling and SCUBA diving! We’d love your suggestions! Here are some of the areas we’ll visit:
We hope 2015 was great for you! For us, it was a wonderful year full of romance and adventure, so we’re hoping to provide a bit of inspiration today. We wish for you to have romance and adventure in your life, however that looks…