Charter our powerful 43 foot SACS Stratos RIB: Kalimba Too. With its twin Mercury Verado 275 HP white outboard engines we can speed around the Grenadine Islands at a thrilling pace and to your own itinerary. We can visit the islands of St Vincent and the Grenadines, such as Bequia, Union, Mayreau, Tobago Cays, Petit St Vincent, also to Carriacou and Grenada or, if time permits, further afield to St Lucia or beyond. We can drop anchor in fabulous bays with golden sand beaches, crystal clear water and amazing reefs to snorkel on. Swim with the turtles at Tobago Cays and have a lobster beach BBQ.
With its shallow draft Kalimba Too can pull up right onto the sand and access bays and remote beaches that no yacht can get near. That means completely private beaches for you for the day. If you're into kitesurfing Kalimba Too will speed you to the best spots.
Kalimba Too will take up to 10 guests, with no cabins aboard overnight accommodation is organized in local guest houses or hotels on the various you want to rough it and sleep out under the stars! We can find you great places to stay according to your budget.
The itinerary for your holiday is entirely flexible. We can visit as many islands and beaches as you want, or maybe consider combining the powerboat holiday with a few days on our sailing yacht: Kalimba (see separate listing).
Kalimba Too comes with an experienced skipper who will take you to the best anchorages on some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. If you like you can join in and help driving the boat If not just sit back, hang on and enjoy the ride to the best beach bars in the Caribbean.
The season here in the Caribbean is November 1st to May 31st. During the period June to October (hurricane season) the boat is lifted out and not available for charter.
Note that fuel is charged additionally to the prices shown on this page. Actual fuel costs will be charged as used and depends on your itinerary. Fuel costs in 2015/16 season worked out to approx £3.00 / mile. A typical Grenadine Islands itinerary is about 100 miles, so adds around £300 to the charter cost.