St Lucia

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With its fertile rainforest interior and soaring twin peaks, the Pitons as a backdrop, the Caribbean island of St Lucia offers idyllic cruising and tropical island activities from snorkelling to hiking in an unbeatable part of the world.
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Saltwhistle Bay, on the east coast of Mayreau island, is one of the most romantic places you'll ever visit. Swim in crystal clear water, sink your toes in shimmering sand and dine on seafood at the legendary Righteous Bob’s.

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Rub shoulders with the rich and famous on a visit to Mustique. Just 90 privileged few are lucky enough to own luxury mansions here. Surrounded by coral reefs and dreamy beaches, this tiny island occupies just one square mile.

Pure gold

St Lucia stands apart from the rest of the Caribbean islands thanks to its varied landscape and diverse culture distinguished by its African, Indian, Caribbean, British, Spanish and French influences. With drop-dead-gorgeous bays, dense rainforest, expansive banana plantations and pretty hamlets, St Lucia is a gem in the crown of the Caribbean. Start your sailing holiday from Marigot Bay, a sheltered anchorage with new marina on the scenic west coast, just south of Castries and Cul de Sac Bay. Marigot Bay boasts the luxurious eco-friendly Marigot Bay Resort, assorted shops, restaurants and bars.

There are endless activities to enjoy during your St Lucia holiday. Hike or take a tram ride through the rainforest, visit the dormant volcano La Soufriere, experience a zip-line ride against the backdrop of the Pitons, soak in the mud beneath the sulphur springs or take a fascinating Rhythm of Rum tour. This sailing area includes the islands of St Vincent, Bequia, Mustique, Mayreau, and Tobago Cays – brilliant! Sailing in St Lucia is mainly line-of-sight, but it also offers the choice of longer and more challenging assages for the more adventurous sailor.