Created by lovethecaribbean on February 5, 2012
Best of IgoUgo
Wonderful smaller ship cruise!
Created by jilldg1 on June 22, 2004
Best of IgoUgo
The Grenadines are sheer bliss. Don't go with activity in mind, though; there's nothing to do but sip BBC’s (Bailey’s, banana, and coconut), admire the views, and make friends with the parrotfish. Do go now, however, before this relatively undiscovered Caribbean gem starts getting too much publicity!
Created by Jlinsdell on February 14, 2004
We were off to the Grenadines for all-inclusive sailing with Tradewinds. The skipper wasn't Gold Crown (chain smoker, moody, rude at times) and the itinerary was restrictive, but the joy was in the sailing, islands, the food, and the Caribbean at your fingertips. It was a lovely alternative escape to the islands.
Created by jbethcole on July 11, 2003
A daily account of four nights in paradise.
Created by Matt Keedy on January 31, 2003
Having worked on a cruise ship for three years, I am often asked, "What was your favourite place?" -- for warmth and sun in a luxurious unspoilt corner of the Caribbean, the Grenadines can't be beat!
Created by Sun Girl on July 1, 2002
This is the best vacation we have ever been on. Filled with great diving, fantastic food, and beautiful beaches, we discovered islands and serenity like right out of a magazine cover!
Created by nini5 on June 5, 2002
Tradewinds Cruise Club is a first class operation. There is no better vacation (holiday). Sailing in the Grenidines on a 45 foot Catamaran is awesume. You travel to 5 different islands, that most people have not seen before.