Michael Trip offered by: Michael

Caribbean, Martinique | Catamaran cabin charter sailing | Yoga on board

Sailing holiday in catamaran - Cabin charter - Martinique, Martinique - Yacht: Lagoon 440

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The balance between the forces of nature, seize the moment is very important in sailing. Have the weather conditions changed ? Is arriving a storm? The organization in sailing is necessary but … often you have to be flexible and try to manage the situation in the right moment. The sail and the navigation allow to develop the feelings for the instant and carry of in this balance, it's why sailing it's the same of living.

The interior and exterior balance are unconsciously trained in the Yoga. Clarity and power are the result of some concentration techniques on our body and breath and of meditetion techniques. The spirt is brought back to the present and the life is redefined in a suitable way to the moment and to the future.

The program is designed both for those who have no experience of yoga, and for those who already practice it. The positions proposals can be practiced at different levels, from beginner to advanced, and everyone can benefit from them. The program includes two daily sessions:
morning: Surya Namaskara (sun salutations), pranayama (breathing) and meditation, to practice preferably at sunrise. The morning session can be to land or boat, the positions are not very demanding and practice them in the boat helps to increase balance. The aim of the morning session is to awaken the muscles and start the day with a state of mind lucid and relaxed.
evening: Chandra Namaskar (salutation to the moon), series of asanas (postures) aimed at strengthening all the muscles of the body and increase flexibility and resistance. The practice of the evening will be turning to land, and will end with Yoga Nidra, "sleep of the yogis", an ancient technique of meditation and deep relaxation in which the body surrenders completely while the mind remains lucid.

Tobago Kays Mustique, Mayreau, Canouan, Union Island, Petit St. Vincent, will be your postcards that you will take forever with you. The thrill of swimming with the turtles and stingrays in the crystal clear sea or the wind noises will accompany the starry evenings, the folklore of the Caribbean population and magical colors of sunsets will fill your soul and your heart throughout the year.

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  1. from Fort-de-France to St. Lucia

    from Fort-de-France to St. Lucia

    Looking like a tooth-shaped emerald set in the Caribbean Sea, St. Lucia will definitely catch your eye. This mountainous island boasts great beaches, pluvial forests and the well-known Pitons.

    The sheltered Marigot Bay is a stunning natural work of art. Covered by tall palm trees and sheltered by the surrounding hills, rumor has it that this narrow inlet is the place that allowed the whole British fleet to hide from the French. This bay is a popular place to drop anchor.

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    Day 1
  2. from St. Lucia to Saint Vincent

    from St. Lucia to Saint Vincent

    Just their names (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) are enough to evoke exotic sceneries and a peaceful way of life. Let’s imagine a non-touristy island chain in the heart of the Caribbean: white beaches, desert islands and light blue waters sweetly lapping the shores.

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    Day 2
  3. from St. Vincent to Bequia

    from St. Vincent to Bequia

    A greatly balanced mix of distance, accessibility, development and value for money. Bequia is the most perfect island in the Grenadines.

    Stunning beaches, comforting accommodation facilities and a pretty laid-back way of life help to create an unforgettable environment. There are fine-dining restaurants, local traditional shops and enough gold sand and blue water to satisfy the most demanding beach and sea lovers.

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    Day 3
  4. from Bequia to Canouan

    from Bequia to Canouan

    Canouan is a pretty interesting place for both its historical and beauty reasons.

    This fascinating hook-shaped island boasts some of the brightest beaches in the Grenadines, as well as some of the most concealed hiding places. On the other hand, it offers one of the biggest resorts in the area and this might be perceived as a little bit clashing.

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    Day 4
  5. from Canouan to Tobago Cays

    from Canouan to Tobago Cays

    Arrival at Tobago Cays.

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    Day 5
  6. from Tobago Cays to Union Island

    from Tobago Cays to Union Island

    Union Island makes you feel like being in the outmost spot of the country.

    The small harbor city of Clifton boasts a pretty rough flair. You can spend your day wandering on the short main street and explore the surrounding hills and the coastline. It’s an important mooring location for yachts. The local airport operates regularly and excursions to the Tobago Cays are also available. Nightlife here is just ok.

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    Day 6
  7. from Union Island to Mustique

    from Union Island to Mustique

    You can’t say nothing else than “Wow!” about Mustique. First of all, it’s an incredibly beautiful island, with great beaches and all the rest you can expect to find in heaven. Prices makes it really classy: super-rich people like movie and music stars choose it for their high-end vacations. It’s definitely the playground for billionaires. The island is managed by the Mustique Company, which makes sure that this secluded heaven will stay the same in the years to come.

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    Day 7

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