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Sail Secluded Tobago Cays on Luxury Yacht Tiara

Jan. 21st, 2010 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment   
Yachts and Leisure: The Grenadines attract many savvy yachtsmen in search of the ultimate luxury sailing expedition through the Caribbean. The area, one of the six Windward Islands, has remained one of the best-kept secrets around these parts for years.

The Windward Islands are perfect for sailing adventures as well as taking in incredible scenery and extraordinary snorkeling and diving sights. Check out the Tobago Cays for a splash of discovery. The Tobago Cays are five uninhabited islands that can be accessed only by boat, making it a private haven for full-crew or bareboat sailing charters.

This sounds like a job for a luxury-sailing yacht like Tiara, a princess of a sailing yacht by Alloy Yachts. The aft deck, fly bridge and deck are large enough for all 10 of Tiara’s fortunate guests to party heartily all night long. The ruggedness of ship built to sail and the rich décor throughout Tiara is simply irresistible. According to Charterworld.com, the luxury sailing yacht is available for weekly charters that start at €180, 000.

As well: Tobago Cays is part of the Tobago Cays Marine Park, a national park and wildlife preserve with a 1,400-acre sand-bottom lagoon. If you get lonely, three inhabited islands surround Tobago Cays: Union Island, Mayreau and Canouan.







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