A day of discovery, a unique experience!
Accompanied by your professional skipper aboard the comfortable sailboat Dénébola, you will discover the islets in the bay of Robert under sail.
The beautiful bay of Robert is protected and calm - great for a pleasant sailing trip.
Numerous islands with different natural characteristics offer bathing in turquoise waters over white sand - a perfect opportunity to explore the reefs and sea bed and discover the varied flora and fauna.
From 8.45am: Rendezvous at the mobile kiosk Denebola, opposite the entrance to the Felix Merine Sailing Club, Point Fort, Le Robert.
9am:All aboard! Then we hoist the mainsail to let the wind take you quietly on your way.
11am:We drop anchor at Ilet Madame. You can swim from the boat to discover the reef fish, starfish, sea cucumbers, sea urchins … 12 noon: Al fresco lunch, feet in the sand on the tables provided under the shady trees, or alternatively in the boat's roomy cockpit at anchor. Bring your own picnic or order the set lunch with drinks included.
2pm: We anchor in front of Ilet Chancel where a protected species of iguana endemic to the Lesser Antilles can be seen, and where you can explore the extensive ruins of an ancient pottery and a 17th century tower for burning coral to make lime.
4pm: Pause for a snack and to consult, if you wish, illustrated cards of more than 80 local marine species on the tranquil return voyage while running before the wind.
5pm: Arrival at Pointe Fort.
|Price:||$69 Price per person|
|Time:||8:45am to 5:00pm|
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Disclaimer: Some of these activities are physical and may require some hiking, and long periods of walking. We recommend you be in moderate physical condition.
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