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The Crew

Michel

  • Michel has been sailing since the sixties. He has raced many years and has been living aboard and cruising the Caribbean since 1995.

  • An IT executive for more than 25 year and a private pilot, he is quite adept at new technologies.  

Links

Regional Air Service in the Eastern Caribbean

  • LIAT
    • Between all the Eastern West Indies Islands

 

Scheduled Airlines to the Eastern Caribbean

  • Air Canada

    • Toronto to Antigua, Barbados, Kingston, Montego Bay, Nassau, St Lucia.

    • Montreal to Barbados, Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort de France.

     

  • Air France

    • Paris Charles de Gaulle to Antigua, Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort de France, St Maarten .

    • Paris Orly to Pointe-à-Pitre and Fort de France.

    • Miami to Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort de France.

    • Caracas to Fort de France and Pointe-à-Pitre.

     

  • Air Jamaica

    • London to Montego Bay and onto Kingston.

    • New York to Barbados, Grenada, Kingston, Montego Bay, St Lucia.

    • Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Ft Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Miami, New York (Kennedy and Newark), Orlando, Philadelphia and Phoenix to Montego Bay.

    • Ft Lauderdale, Orlando and Miami to Kingston.

    • Toronto to Kingston, Montego Bay.

    • Boston, Cincinnati, Hartford, Los Angeles, Memphis, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and San Francisco to Atlanta for connections to Montego Bay.

    • Montego Bay to Barbados, Bonaire, Grand Cayman, Grenada, Havana, Kingston, Nassau and St Lucia.

    • Kingston to Barbados, Trinidad.

     

  • American Airlines

    • Miami, Chicago, Dallas/Ft Worth, New York, Newark, Boston, Orlando, Ft Lauderdale, Tampa and Philadelphia to San Juan.

    • Miami to Aruba, Barbados, Kingston, Montego Bay, Trinidad, St Maarten, St Thomas, San Juan.

    • New York to St Thomas, San Juan, St Maarten,  Barbados.

    • Boston to St Thomas.

     

  • American Eagle

    • San Juan to BVI (Tortola, Beef Island), St Maarten, St Lucia, Grenada, St Vincent, Trinidad.

     

  • British Airways

    • London to Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia.

     

  • Caribbean Airlines

    • London to Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia, Trinidad. 

    • New York to Antigua, Barbados, Trinidad.

    • Miami to Trinidad.
    • Miami to Barbados.
    • Washington to Barbados, Trinidad.
    • Miami to St Lucia, Trinidad.
    • Toronto to Barbados, Trinidad.
    • Caracas to Trinidad.
  • Delta

    • Atlanta to San Juan, St Maarten, St Thomas.

  • KLM

    • Amsterdam to St Maarten.

  • Northwest

    • Cleveland, Houston and Newark to San Juan and St Maarten

  • Virgin Atlantic

    • London Gatwick to Barbados and St Lucia.

  • Westjet

    • Canada via Toronto to St Lucia.

 

Charter Airlines to the Eastern Caribbean

  • Air 2000

    • London Gatwick to Antigua, Porlamar, St Lucia. 

    • Manchester to Margarita.

  • Airtours International

    • London Gatwick to Barbados.

    • Manchester to Barbados.

  • Britannia Airways

    • London Gatwick to Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia.

    • Manchester to Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia.

  • Corsair

    • Paris Orly to Fort de France, Pointe-à-Pitre, St Maarten.

  • Titantours

    • Toronto to Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, St Kitts and St Maarten.

  • Sun Country Airlines

    • Minneapolis/St Paul to St Maarten, St Thomas.

Cruise Information.

  • Cruise.org

    This is a large site with a complete Caribbean cruise information sector.

Caribbean Hotels

  • Bill Fox Travel.

    Sandals, Club Med & Beaches Resorts Discount Honeymoons & Vacations in Jamaica, St. Lucia, Bahamas and Antigua

Boat

Click on a boat to see it's description.

 

Catamaran Lagoon 410
4 to 8 passengers
or per cabin.

Rate*
 from $216 per day per passenger meals incl.
(minimum 4 passengers).

 

Modern sailboat
 This 45 foot sloop
welcomes 2 to 4.

Rate*
 $216 per day per passenger meals incl.

 

*These rates are per person per day for a 7 day cruise and include all meals, drinks, fuels (diesel, gasoline, gas) and one full tank of fresh water. Not included are airport transfers to the boat, visitors taxes (customs clearance fees, marine parks), mooring and marina fees.

Lagoon 410

This boat was designed to cruise with 8 to 10 passengers. It is large enough to be comfortable at sea and offer all the room you dreamt about.

A most comfortable shaded cockpit. Although the saloon is very inviting you will no doubt prefer to take your meals in the cockpit. Don't make too much noicse a sea turtle is slowly approaching on the surface.

 

From the saloon you have a panoramic view of the anchorage.

Four double cabins, each with it's head (toilet in sailor talk).

   

 

The Feeling 446

A modern boat designed to cruise with 8 to 10 on board. 

We offer you the comfort of cruising with 2 to 4 passengers 
plus the crew of 2. 

This way we give you all our attention and most of the onboard space.

Large side decks, 9 deck hatches and 12 port hatches 
for good ventilation.  This boat was designed for cruising 
the Caribbean by a renowned architect who lived aboard 
with his family for two years.

Shallow draft (5'2") to access to most anchorages.

Quick under sail or engine, it begins sailing when the breeze whispers.

A large cockpit, 4 huge main winches, an oversized wheel, 
good autopilot, great hull design, solid construction are some 
of the features of this yacht.

A Feeling 446, built in France by Kirie.

  • Identification
model year 1992
layout charter
version de luxe
engine 55hp
Type sloop
  • Dimensions

length

45'3" 13,80 m
beam (width) 14'7" 4,46 m
draft 5'2" 1,60 m
sail area 310SqFt 94,6 m2
water 205 gal 780 l
diesel 74 gal 280 l
tonnage 19.26 t 19,26 t
  • Layout

    Looking aft from the forward cabin. 

    The interior is finished with elm.  
    Lots of natural light, with well rounded
     art deco style for a happy feeling.

  • The galley looks like it might be large enough 
    for a small apartment and very ingeniously 
    designed for cuisining at sea.


    central forward cabin

    headroom 6ft

    double bed 77x83 in thickness 5 in

    port

    aft cabin

    headroom 6ft 6in

    double bed 60x79 in       
    mattress  thickness 5 in    
    wash basin and mirror
    starboard

    aft cabin

    headroom 6ft 6in double bed 60x79 in        
    mattress thickness 5 in    
    wash basin and mirror
    forward head headroom 6ft shower, wash basin, toilet, pressured hot/cold water
    rear head headroom 6ft shower, wash basin, toilet, pressured hot/cold water
    saloon headroom 6ft 5 in table converts to a king size bed
    port forward side cabin  used for storage headroom 6ft 1 in 2 bunks over/under 26 in x 6ft 5in

Price List

 

 

Let yourself be pampered.

 

Are Included with full board option: 

  • All meals 

    The cuisine is French with some West Indies and tropical specialties.           Here are some typical dinners:
    • Seafood vol-au-vent (puff pastry smothered with shrimp in a béchamel sauce);
    • Roasted leg of lamb with flageolets;
    • Baked ham;
    • Roasted turkey;
    • Pork tender loin à la québécoise (marinated baked tenderloins, served with a maple syrup sauce);
    • Duck confit (a South Western France specialty);
    • Catch of the day;  
    • Crêpes with ham and cheese;
    The menu will vary with the market availability and will be adapted to your preferences. Wines are generally AOC with some country wines.           The table will be a happy place and you will probably be hungry after snorkeling and swimming.  Bon appétit!
  • Wines 

    • wine are generally French AOC (Apellation d'Origine Controlée) with some vins de pays;  
  • Drinks 

    • juices, beer, sodas, apérifs, cocktails, digestifs (after dinner drinks);
  • Fuels 

    • diesel, gasoline for the dinghy and cooking gas. 

Not included:

  • Transfers from the airport to the boat; 

    •  at Union a taxi is not needed as the airport is only a 100 yards from the dock.
  • Clearance and customs taxes; 

    • Some $50 at St Lucia;
    • about $100 for St Vincent;
    • and $60 for Grenada;
  • Mooring, marine park or marina fees

    • Since 2007 there is a charge for the Tobago Cays marine park. It was $10EC per person per day at our last visit.
    • At Mustique mandatory moorings are  $75USD.
     

for a description of available boats.

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