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TradeWinds offers you 3 classes of catamarans, start by choosing the one that suits you best.

Next, please select your preferred destination and the dates you would like to cruise.

All prices and availability online are for 7 day cruises, for other options please email us.

Our highest level – Flagship Class – provides a superior catamaran experience – akin to traveling “1st Class” on the Seas.

In collaboration with renowned French catamaran builders Fountaine Pajot, we have developed a uniquely designed 70ft sailing yacht named the “Galathea TradeWinds 70”.

A top of the range, exquisite catamaran where no compromise has been made ensures you a truly superior yachting experience.

With a crew of four onboard, expect a level of service and pampering unlike anything you have experienced before.

Flagship Class is available in Guadeloupe only.

The next level is the TradeWinds Luxury Class experience.

Again, working together with Fountaine Pajot, we are pleased to offer a custom-designed luxury catamaran named the “TradeWinds 59”.

You will be amazed by the quality, luxury and space offered on this new line of TradeWinds catamarans.

Luxury Class is available in:
British Virgin Islands
St. Maarten

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Our traditional fleet of Cruising Class sailing catamarans range in size from 45ft to 56ft. They have a crew of two and accommodate 6 to 10 guests, depending on the model of the yacht.

Located throughout the Caribbean and Central America, and more based in the Mediterranean Sea, they continue to deliver exciting and joyful experiences to our guests.

Vacation time is valuable, so for those who want to see more, the thrill of power boating may be the answer!

If you ever wondered what it would be like to powerboat, to fly over the oceans on a stable cat at 20 knots, then here is your opportunity to check it out.

The Cumberland 46, with a master suite and two further guest cabins accommodates six guests and is run by a crew of two. She “Island hops” at a much higher speed than our sailing vessels, cruising to more destinations than ever before.