We are offering crewed sailing vacation in many paradise loaction areound the World: From the Caribbean Islands to the most remote places in the Pacific... Please see below for the complete list:

St Vincent & The Grenadines

A paradise of Islands tucked away in the south eastern Caribbean, with only a few thousand people living on the Grenadines Islands, it’s THE most picture perfect sailing destination. The Islands are strewn south like jewels, each one if possibly even more picture perfect than the other, with sandy white beaches, lush green hills and thousands of mature coconut trees lining the beach fringes, always offering a shaded spot after a refreshing swim or kayak ashore. One of the top charms is that big tourism didn't make it here, albeit the modernities of life and technology exist vividly, you are unlikely to see it. A real sanctuary for underwater life in the Tobago Marine Park awaits you with turtles, rays and fish galore. Treat yourself to a paradise unmatched! As the local souvenir t-shirts say ‘Sail more, Work less!”

British Virgin Islands

With a paradise archipelago made up of over 60 islands, most of them uninhabited, it's no wonder these islands call themselves ‘Natures little secrets’. Besides offering an incredible all year round sailing itinerary, each of the islands and islets, has its own unique character and enchanting history. Discover the diversity of breathtakingly beautiful beaches, superb snorkel hideaways, exciting opportunities for island adventures, lush green mountains and friendly anchorages. After an activity filled day, the evenings offer you a choice to sit back on deck and relax with a sundowner, or perhaps step ashore for some live music entertainment, before indulging in a delicious three-course dinner onboard. Every day in the BVIs reveals a new wondrous adventure, with you as its lead actors.

Trinidad & Tobago

Just 11degrees North of the Equator, Trinidad and Tobagoare the two most southern Caribbean islands, lying just off the coast of Venezuela, South America. The distance between Trinidad and Tobago is only about 21 miles. Directly South East of Grenada and South of Barbados, Tobago is about 100 miles from these.The capital is Scarborough, with a population of about 17,000. While Trinidad is multiethnic, the population of Tobago is primarily of African descent.

Trinidad and Tobago used to be part of South America and is home to wildlife usually only found on the geographical mainland. The central part of the island is covered with the oldest rain forest in the western hemisphere.

Guadeloupe, French West Indies

Truly the French West Indies, the Guadeloupean Islands are ‘blessed by the gods’. Prevailing Caribbean trade winds makes this a first class sailing destination.

Here you will find, turquoise waters in all shades imaginable, Islands in the archipelago such as The Saints, Marie Galante and Petite Terre, all invite to discovery and exploration. Snorkeling and scuba diving in this breathtaking paradise is a most enjoyable pastime.

All this sheer beauty coupled with the French touches and friendly inhabitants makes your Guadeloupe adventure a trip of a lifetime!

French Polynesia

The area of French Polynesia is a mesmerising wonderland of reef-fringed islands and translucent aqua-coloured lagoons, all teeming with beauty and natural abundance. Situated midway in the Pacific Ocean between South America and Australia, French Polynesia is comprised of 118 islands in the Austral, Gambier, Marquesas, Tuamotu and Society island archipelagos, spread out over an area roughly the size of Europe. The encircling barrier reefs provide a secluded and protective habitat for sea turtles, sharks, dolphins, porpoises, colourful hard and soft coral, and more than 500 species of fish. The epitome of the South Pacific dream, this is one Garden of Eden so beautiful that it is hard to believe that it really exists...

Sint Marteen, Anguilla, St Barth

This charmingly peaceful dual island nation is divided in the middle, the north is French and the south is Dutch. Enjoy amazing beaches including some secluded secrets, duty-free shopping, award winning restaurants, exciting scuba dive sites, horseback riding etc.

Incredible Anguilla, tucked away and embraced by unrivaled exquisite beaches, turquoise seas and low key elegance. Not to mention whales enjoying the northern plateau as a feeding and resting shelter, delighting us with their seasonal appearances. St Barth’s, a fabulous mix of chic and trendy luxury beyond belief. Enchanting beaches with turtles, rays and dolphins. It’s simply paradise!


Greek Ionian Islands are mountainous and verdant. For our incredible itinerary, we have handpicked our favorite authentic islands. Many are unspoiled and host secluded coves with wonderful sandy or pebbled beaches and idyllic turquoise waters for you to discover. Sail by picturesque villages as they are revealed on sloping mountainsides, often adorned with cascades of bougainvillea. To add to the fascination, remember the Islands are steeped in ancient mythology. The villages along your route offer you a matchless blend of island simplicity and all the modern conveniences you can imagine. Sailing with TradeWinds will show you the true Greek diversity and its charming sights and sounds. Kalós orísate – Welcome!


The island of Antigua offers a complex coastline of idyllic harbours, coves, and secluded white powdery-soft sand beaches. Inland there is even a small rainforest with exciting zip-line adventures.

The saying goes that there are 365 beaches, one for each day of the year. A protective wall of coral reefs scattered around the island makes it a perfect snorkel haven. 

Antigua is steeped in history with remnants from the British Royal Navy and sugar mill industry. It has become a highly sought-after destination in the Caribbean, yet still offering a low-key, relaxed atmosphere - where ‘liming in Da Caribbean’ is very much the motto of the day, every day!

Bahamas, The Abacos

The Bahamas archipelago is comprised of around 700 islands, sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean. This area is an ecological oasis boasting the clearest water on the planet... This is a true sailors’ paradise, steeped in both history and colourful folklore.

The Abacos chain lies roughly 175 miles east of Palm Beach, Florida, and 106 miles north of Nassau, capital of the Bahamas.

The Abacos are considered one of the most perfect sailing areas in the world. Stepping off a short one-hour flight, you’ll find powdery white-sand beaches, and snug anchorages on uninhabited cays – all waiting just for you, and the hustle-bustle congestion of Miami will instantly fade from mind.

Belize, Placencia

An amazing country! At sea there are miles and miles of coral reef, uninhabited cayes, and mangrove islands. On land, Belize offers beaches, rainforest, savannah, exotic flora and fauna, ancient Mayan ruins and a melting pot of cultures.

The sailing itinerary is beautiful, and remote. No bars, shops or boutiques, but fabulous sailing, snorkeling, diving and fishing. If you have an adventurous spirit and love nature - this is for you.

Take some time and discover the variety Belize has to offer.

Panama, Boca Del Toro

Feel the immediate sense of having arrived in unspoiled nature. Allow yourself to 'unplug' from the grid and enjoy the simplicity life offers in this calm and slow archipelago. The many islands and islets, which are lush and green, will surprise you with their sunny beaches, coral reefs in crystal clear waters, mangrove islets and enchanting lake-like scenery.

The underwater scenery is sure to give snorkelers and scuba divers a generous treat. The islands are also a sanctuary for a wide range of birds, and even the endangered three toed sloths which can be seen from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, close to Bastimentos Island.