Adventure Travel to Grenada / Grenadines Islands on SailWindjammer (#3) Oct 27 – Nov 03, 2019 (Canceled)







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Date of travel:

NEW DATES: October 27 – November 03, 2019

Where to travel (itinerary)










What to expect: 7 days, 6 nights full of Adventures and Drive, which with turn “upside down” your life!

Get ready for:

► Receive unforgettable emotions from true “Tall Ship Sailing Cruise” experience at ocean waves;




► Discover secrets of your body and balance of your mind with help of Yoga Retreat program / fitness classes




► Explore new island every single day with white sandy beaches, pristine tranquil water, exotic flora & fauna.




► Meet the dawn & sunrise on top boat deck with glass of wine or champagne.




► Enjoy special “Captain Sly” dinner with fresh caught lobsters or local fish as well as everyday delicious menu by Chief cook




► Special Snorkeling / Lobsters catching / Scuba diving program (for certified divers)




► Night Fishing from SailWindjammer (Night Scuba Dive possible with fish feeding)






►Special Pirates Night Carnival (costumes can be yours or provided) on board & Crab Race (play 1$ game)




► Free photography classes for beginners and Daily (early morning & sunset) Photo/Video sessions for Models and Pro Photographers




► Paddle boarding & Kayaking

►Jumping from top SailWindjammer deck (6m) and swimming on floating devices around the ship at daytime breaks




► Break in until the 2am at incendiary parties on board with our own DJ and order classic rum punch drinks for just 5 Caribbean $  (~1 US $) at local bars and clubs we’ll visit on land tours.





And this, of course, is not all that we have prepared for you 

Check out photo albums from our TWO previous cruises on SailWindjammer for more photos









Nov 2017 to Grenada:

and April 2018 to St. Maarten -> Antigua:








For cost and cabins upgrades & availability, contact the organizers:

Anton ( Facebook)

Tatiana (VK)


SPECIAL!!! (Save $250-450)
Early Bird
Payment link  for Couples or Photographer+ Model (BOOKED AT SAME TIME)

$1449 pp at double occupancy cabin ( +$149 Port fees) here :


Who is this tour for?

The tour is suitable for all who have become boring with hotel vacations, who wants to try something new, who wants to do Adventure travel / Sailing cruises!

If you have no one to go to this cruise, you can safely go with us, 60% of the participants go alone! We can help to find you roommate to share cabin

The great company is always more fun to relax & and have unforgettable vacation time!


Adventure Travel to Grenada / Grenadines Islands – Our event page on FB
(Mark yourself “Interested” or “Going”)

Fashion Photography Channel Group at Facebook( Join to get Updates/ Special offers):




Check Short Video trailer about our Grenada Cruises:


FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

Question:  I’m from Russia (or other country). Do I need a passport? Visa?
Answer: YES!  A passport valid for six months from date of departure is required by all US, Canadian, Australian, UE citizens wishing to visit Grenada. 

Visas required ONLY for some nationals on this list (Visa NOT required for Russian passport holders)

DO NOT pack your passport or contract of passage ( Ship Boarding Pass) in your checked luggage!

Question: What does it cost?

Standard Cabin
$1499 per person     (plus $149 port charges)

  • Below deck with single bunk beds

    (Some standard cabins have a double bottom bunk)

  • Sleeping Features of the Standard Cabin aboard the SV Mandalay

Commodore Cabin
$1699 per person     (plus $149 port charges)

  • Larger cabin below deck with bunk beds.
    Lower bunk is a full double.  Bathroom features separate shower.
  • Bathroom Features of the Commodore Cabin aboard the SV Mandalay

Admiral Suite (Deck Cabin)
$1799 per person     (plus $149 port charges)

  • Large cabin on the main deck with
    double lower bunk and upper pullman
  • Sleeping Features of the Admiral Cabin aboard the SV Mandalay

King’s Cabin
$1899 per person     (plus $149 port charges)

  • Our largest and only cabin of it’s kind!
    Double sized cabin with separate shower and a 6’9”x 5’8” bed
  • Bath Features of the King's Cabin aboard the SV Mandalay

  • All prices are per person, based on double occupancy.
  • Port Charges of $149  NOT included transfers for one week Grenada sails.
  • Single Shares are available at the per person rate and we will pair you up with another single of the same sex.
  • Single occupancy is available at 150% of the per person rate.

Question: So for two people in a cabin it would be a total of $3,498 up to $4,098?
Answer: Correct.

Question: When is payment due?
Answer: A minimum of 50 percent is due at the time you register online(minimum $999.00 /per person) Than on Sept 02, 2019, the PayPal online payment invoice will be send to your e-mail, and remaining balance will need to be paid in 2 days. If payment isn’t made in full at that time we reserve the right to open your spot to people on our waiting list. (see below Cancellation policy explanation with $200 administrative non-refundable fees )

Question: How many passengers will there be?
Answer: A maximum of 36, not including Fashion Photographers Channel / FashionStock staff and Boat crew.

Question: Do the cabins have air conditioning?
Answer: Yes. They all have private bathrooms and showers too. There are no hairdryers on the ship.

Question: Explain the cabins.
Answer: All cabins sleep two people. Price per PERSON ( incl port fees):
• The standard single cabin is a single bed bunked under another single bed ($1,649).
• The standard double cabin is a double bed under a single bed ($1,749).
• The commodore cabin is also a double bed under a single bed, but the cabin is a little bigger ($1,849).
• The main-deck cabin is also a double bed under a single bed, but the cabin is up on the main deck ($1,949).
• There is one king cabin, with a king bed and the most overall space ($2,049).

Lower Deck Plan indicating sleeping cabins

Upper Deck Plan indicating sleeping cabins

Question: What’s included in the cost?

Answer: Seven days and six nights at sea. Four excursions. Snorkel gear. Airport transfers and transportation to and from the ship from host hotels. All meals and non-alcoholic beverages (excluding blender drinks, smoothies, and bottled water). Daily complimentary Bloody Mary’s in the morning (1 per person), daily complimentary Rum Swizzles at Happy Hour (1 per person), daily complimentary glass of wine with dinner (1 per person). Additional drinks are available for purchase. Also included in the photographer’s rate are daily photo lessons from our staff photographers and hands-on shooting around the islands to replicate a Fashion Photographers Channel feature story.

Question: What isn’t included?
Answer: Airfare to Grenada and from Grenada , alcoholic drinks beyond what’s specified above, gratuities, optional meals ashore, souvenirs, personal expenses, optional beach chair rentals on some islands, and any necessary lodging on Grenada.

Question: Are Tips included?
Answer:  Tips are optional but are always appreciated.  Tipping is done at the end of the cruise and will be explained during story time or captain’s dinner.  Tips are shared by the entire crew.  If you feel the crew has made you forget reality, relaxed, and done an outstanding job, a tip of approximately $125 per person per week is suggested. More is always appreciated.  Cash, traveler’s checks and credit cards are accepted.

Question: Will I need a room in Grenada?
Answer: The ship begins boarding around 5 p.m. November 03 at Grenada harbor and departs back to the port in Grenada at 10 p.m. on Saturday, November 10th, 2019. We encourage all International (non US) guests to arrive on Grenada at least one day early (Saturday, November 02nd) to avoid any issues caused by a delayed flight. ( see Air prices ( $411) with JetBlue from JFK arriving Saturday Nov 03rd)

Grenada is well worth at least one day of exploring

Question: What else should I bring?
Answer: Shorts. Flip flops (hiking shoes or athletic shoes if you plan to explore). Two bathing suits. Sunglasses. Sun hat and sun-protective shirt. A beach towel. Travel-sized toiletries (none are provided on the ship). The smallest luggage possible to maximize your cabin space. Seasickness remedies, if you’re prone. A costume for masquerade night. Oh, and a passport. Upon boarding the ship, the purser will collect everyone’s passport so that the captain can clear the ship through customs as we arrive and depart from different islands.

Question: Will I need cash for anything?
Answer: You might want cash to purchase souvenirs or optional meals ashore. Shipboard purchases (including drinks and tips) can be made with cash (US dollars) or charged to your credit card.

Question: What is the currency in the Grenadines / Grenada?
Answer: The East Caribbean Dollar. U.S. currency is honored on the ship and most locations, however bills that have folds or tears won’t be accepted by most establishments and change will be provided in local currency.

Question: Will I get seasick?
Answer: Everyone reacts to the water differently. The ship itself is 236 feet of steel and wood, so it isn’t prone to bucking or swaying. The crew rarely sees people get seasick on Mandalay, but if you’re concerned then we recommend taking Dramamine the night before the ship sets sail (to allow time to run through your system). You can also use eucalyptus oil or patches behind your ears.

Question: Will there be Wi-Fi so I can Instagram all my photos?
Answer: In certain spots, yes. But this is a part of the Caribbean that isn’t heavily traveled, so connectivity is spotty. There is no Wi-Fi on the ship.

Question:Is there diving or snorkeling?
Answer: Snorkel gear will be available to rent for the week.  There may be opportunities for diving.  Make sure to bring your dive certification card.  You may bring your gear, but be advised there is very limited storage space in your cabin.

Question: What if I have to cancel? What’s the refund policy?
Answer: If we receive notification of cancellation 90 days or more prior to the sail date,the entire deposit will be refunded with the exception of a $200 administration fee. Cancellation 89 days to 44 days out, 50 percent of the deposit will be refunded minus a $200 administration fee. Cancellation 45 days or sooner from the sail date, fares are non-refundable.

We ALWAYS recommend that passengers buy trip insurance. We don’t have a preference or recommendation, but Windjammer refers passengers to Every trip, unfortunately, it seems someone has to cancel for a family emergency or other circumstances. We hope this trip is the exception and everyone is able to join us, but life has a way of happening and may not recognize the date of the cruise on your schedule.

Question: What if there’s a tropical storm?
Answer: Hurricane season begins June 1 – September, so the dates of this cruise do not fall within the traditional storm season. 

Question: What if I have other questions?
Answer: Send any questions to




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