Gaastra Les Voiles de St. Barth 2011, Kurt Arrigo Photography, protected by Copyright

Gaastra Les Voiles de St. Barth 2011, Kurt Arrigo Photography, Copyright

Cruises or skiing holidays belong to the classic vacations during winter season: One sailing journey trend becomes increasingly popular: The active sailing trips. Most notably on the Canaries and sailing paradise Caribbean, beginner sailors and sailing experienced sailors find perfect conditions while winter and couches dominate our regions. Those, who rather want to swap for a catamaran, will surely be in good hands on an active sailing trip!

A special and paradisian sailing route leads from french Martinique, called Isle of Flowers (Madinina) by the locals, over St. Lucia to St. Vincent to the Tobago Cays. Turquoise blue water, colourful coral reefs and the for the region typical trade winds drive the catamarane: On this sailing journey you can discover nature and get to know the other crew members as well. For within the active sailing trips, the personal togetherness and team spirit are to the fore at the same time. The caribbean trip catamaranes own usually four crew cabs, one skipper cab and a big salon, for eight guests altogether – for recreation in the sun and active sailing as well of course! Wheter as a family, a smaller group, couple or single – all unifies the passion for sailing.

A two week caribbean sailing journey starting at Martinique offers for example the german experienced Kaya Lodge sailing journeys. You will sail on a catamarane Belize 43, sailing knowledge is not absolutely necessary. Different dates you can book on the Kaya Lodge Website also for the Canary Islands, Croatia, Sardinia and much more destinations. A special note you must make in your sailing calendar 2012 as well will be from april 2-7 – since this time, the second edition of the renowned Gaastra sponsored caribbean Les Voiles de St. Barth 2012 will take place! Selected fashion from the Gaastra VIP-Collection 2011 you can still save online at present, that will provide caribbean winds underneath the Christmas tree!