The Bahamas and The Grenadines... two dream destinations for multihull lovers.
On catamarans or trimarans, discover these magical, tropical anchorages thanks to our readers!
Grenadines: A Neel 45 kite trip
a big fan of kitesurfing, and having settled in Martinique a few years
ago, I had in mind to take a trip to the Grenadines. So five of us set
off on a Neel 45, Cheyenne. And we weren't disappointed: picture
postcard scenery with crystal clear turquoise-blue water, perfect
anchorages with sandy bottoms and good holding... and above all, 18-20
knots of trade winds almost every day! "
set out from Moros, on the western tip of Cuba, on a stormy night, we
headed up to the Bahamas with a light southeasterly wind, which allowed
us to enjoy the Gulf Stream (up to 3.5 knots along the Florida coast)
without having too much sea. Arriving in Nassau, capital of the Bahamas,
after three short days of sailing, we were surprised by differences
compared to Cuba."