Navigating the carrabean sea between the Virgin Islands and the Grenadines, our sailing yatchs welcome you for an amazing stay powered by gentle trade winds.


The skipper’s name is Dominique. He is French. Before exploring the Grenadines he used to navigate the skies in a long career as an airline captain.

When he isn’t sailing the Carrabeans, he rests in fresh water on a barge in Europe. He likes to renovate old english cars.


The sailboats are 65ft (Mikado of Sark) and 55ft (Lady White) ketches. They offer a high comfort level thanks to modern navigation, communication and safety equipments.


  • 3 double cabins, including the skipper’s on Mikado of Sark
  • 3 double cabins plus 1 cabin with 3 single bunks on the White Lady
  • 1 large saloon with seating for 10 people around a table
  • 2 heads
  • 1 galley
  • 1 navigation desk


  • 170HP diesel engine (1200Nm range)
  • 25HP dinghy, water ski possible for lighter people
  • 2 GPS
  • 1 radar
  • 1 electronic map plotter
  • 1 depth finder
  • 1 VHF radio and 1 portable VHF radio
  • 1 Iridium satellite phone


Renting a yatch costs €550 / day, and includes a skipper and a stewardess who takes care of service and meal preparation. This price is based on 2 people, for groups of 3 to 7 people, please contact us.

The Lady White can host up to 7 people, and the Mikado of Sark up to 4 people.

Meals and drinks are not included, plan €15/day for all 3 meals.


Please contact us by sending an email to d.bouquet@asericharter.com