3 cabins available

Eastern Caribbean I

$6,300.00 per cabin (2 guests)
  • November 17 - 23, 2024
3 cabins available

Eastern Caribbean II

$ 6,300.00 per cabin (2 guests)
  • December 4-14, 2024

Eastern Caribbean

Azure waters, brightly-painted architecture, colorful coral reefs, and verdant rainforest paint the unmistakable color palette of the islands you’ll see on an Eastern Caribbean Cracker Jack Life Excursion. Your tropical vacation has infinite possibilities, like breathtaking hikes in lush forests, dips in the clearest waters, and some fun and tasty culinary experiences.

Depending on whether you choose to cruise with us for 7 or 10 days will determine the number of islands we visit. One of your favorite islands on our sail, and certainly one of Captain Rod's, may be St. Lucia. Sample the best of St. Lucia on a visit to the Castries Market.  Don't miss breathtaking views from Caribelle Batik where you'll find local artisanal goods. Novelist James A. Michener describes Marigot Bay in St. Lucia as "one of the most beautiful bays in the Caribbean."

Your sailing tour will continue through beautiful islands (as you can see on the map), ending up at one of the most culturally versatile islands in the world, whether you like to eat, dive, shop or hike, Grenada is a fabulous place to end your sail.

map of EC
Port of Kingstown St. Vincent
Port of Kingstown St. Vincent


  • Sailing out of St. Vincent

  • Bequia

  • Tobago Cays

  • Union Island

  • Salt Whistle Bay

  • Carriacou

  • St. George, Grenada

Fun Shore Excursions & great food

  • Sailing out of St. Vincent

  • Lobster Feed on the beach

  • Beach BBQ

  • Swimming with Turtles

  • Grenada Island tour

  • Snorkeling beautiful reefs

  • Scuba diving (additional fee)

  • Kayaking and Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP)

  • Hiking (beginning to advanced)

Last Bar is a unique stop for a refreshment
Last Bar is a unique stop for a refreshment
Port St. George Grenada
Port St. George Grenada


Nicknamed the “Spice Island”, Grenada has been famous for growing more spices per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Less commercialized and more unspoiled than some of its neighbors, the capital St George’s is one of the prettiest towns in the Caribbean. Whilst there, visit some of Grenada’s spectacular beaches, lush rainforests or dive the underwater statues close to shore. This is the island where tropical fruits and spices grow, or take a tour of the small factories where they are processed.

One thing many of our customers love to experience is a dive through the underwater sculpture park to witness some very creative cement sculptures. Learn more at https://www.puregrenada.com/diving/sculpture-park/.