July to October
St Vincent & the Grenadines
Time spent aboard Segundo Viento is quintessential luxury cruising. Appropriately, an advanced or fixed itinerary is counterintuitive. Instead, we ensure your successful Caribbean holiday slightly differently. But first thing is first…
Getting here: Step 1: Take the decision to come! Second, drop us a mail and let Captain Lee know what is the single most important thing for you aboard Segundo Viento? Everything thereafter will fall into place, you will see!
For ease of information there are of course direct flights from Miami into St Vincent’s Argyle Airport or into Grenada’s Maurice Bishop Airport. If you’re adventurous, why not charter a ‘puddle jumper’? And fly directly to any of the outlying islands like Bequia, Mustique, Union… Both yacht and Captain will be there waiting for you.
Our map of St Vincent and the Grenadines sees us visit some of the Carib’s most fabled islands in the ‘Summer’. They are all on the ‘itinerary’ so to speak and all worthy of as much exploration as possible. But this is Segundo Viento, this is not a ‘turn and burn’ and we have all the resources, the skills and toys at hand to adjust to the whims of the islands, their tides and waters and of course you may wake up and just feel like doing something else…
Simply let us know the type of day you feel like having and we’ll set off!
“Il meglio deve ancora venire!”
To help identify your needs and our next anchorage we categorise days for you in lieu of a set itinerary.
Pink-shell sand bars, an isolated cove to yourself, a SPA day onboard (we arrange a Spa Therapist from a nearby Luxury Resort), private beach picnics, a swim with no-one around for miles and miles.
Horse riding, windsurfing, kayaking, golf, island exploring and even good surf. It’s all here…
Classic Carib Days
Old town cocktail bars, winding colonial stone roads and shopping, beach vendors with BBQ Lobster, restaurants as old as the institutions they are named for.
Ocean Bliss Days
Diving, free-diving, reef snorkeling, underwater photography, or just laze in the shallows.