Sailing catamaran in the CaribbeanSaint Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenadines, Port Elizabeth
About This Listing
Yemaya, our 42 foot sailing catamaran is located in the Caribbean. We organize charters and meditation sailing holidays mostly around the beautiful and still unspoiled Windward Islands.
If you are looking for a unique opportunity to discover more of the world, this can be perfect for you!
You can hire our boat with up to 6 people and tell us where you wish to go. It can be for one night or for several weeks. Even if you are thinking of an original way of traveling around the world during a longer sabbatical, let us know. We are not necessarily fixed to a certain place, so everything can be discussed.
We can arrange a meditation program for you during your stay to enhance the feeling of relaxation and inner peace.
Yemaya, a Jeaneau Lagoon TPI 42, is a fast and luxury catamaran with four spacious and airy huts. The beds are comfortable you will have your own cupboard for your belongings and a little couch where you can sit. Two huts have queen size beds and the other two have double beds. There are two toilets with showers for the guests. Our favorite shower, however, is outside where you can rinse of the salt water straight after swimming, snorkeling or diving.
There is a saloon with 360 view where you can relax on the couch. The big cockpit is the ideal place to sit and enjoy the sunset with a cocktail or have a delicious meal. On the deck there is plenty of room to walk around and the spacious trampolines in front are perfect to lay down lazily with a good book. Because of the numerous hatches in the boat, it is always airy and cool inside without the necessity of an airco.
Additional we have a kayak, surfboard, snorkeling- and diving equipment you can use.
Sailing on a catamaran is a lot more comfortable than on a mono hull. The movements are less intense and people tend to adapt to these movements more easily. Therefore seasickness is less common.
We only hire our boat including us, Mallika and Deep, as crew. There is a little third crewmember on board: our cat Juna. We will make sure you will enjoy your stay by sailing you safely from one place to the other (Deep), cooking nice meals (vegetarian or not) and serving delicious cocktails (Mallika) or just being cute by laying lazy on the couch (Juna).
Prices are based on a minimum of 2 persons.
We can accomodate 6 persons.
Contact us for our group discounts.
For stays longer than 2 weeks discounts can be discussed.
Interaction with Guests
This listing is including your own crew.
From the colorful islands Bequia and Mayreau in St. Vincent & the Grenadines to the open-air markets of exotic St. George’s in Grenada. You’ll discover a part of the Caribbean that remains authentic and unspoiled. This is everything that makes the Caribbean Windward Islands synonymous with paradise.
Landscapes are ranging from mountainous rainforest to dry lowlands and coastal mangroves. Springs and waterfalls abound, and crater lakes mirror the sky. The sea coasts are indented with an equal variety of bays and beaches, some with black volcanic sand, some white, and some black and tan.
We want to create an atmosphere like with a group of friends together sharing fun, ideas and silence.
Our stay on Yemaya was perfect. Deep and Mallika made our family feel very welcome on board and shared their knowledge openly. The cabins are clean and provide plenty of space. Our needs, as a family with a 1 and 3 year old, were met and exceeded. We visited a great number of islands between Union and Bequia, and were happy with the amount of local information provided along the way. Plenty of opportunities to go ashore and explore were available. The food Mallika provides is excellent, including her homemade bread. We hope to be able to join Deep and Mallika again soon. Join them in a trip catered for your group and you will experience the islands and ocean as it should be seen. Happy sailing.
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About the Host, Deep And Mallika
We are living the whole year through on our sailingyacht Yemaya in the Caribbean. In july 2010 we left Holland to sail the world. A year later we arrived in the Caribbean and felt in love with these beautiful area, so decided to stay here for a while. We are mostly in Grenada and the Grenadines, but are regularly found in St. Lucia, Martinique and Dominica.