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Travelling to the new world: leg 3: Paramaribo (Suriname) – Grenada

25 February 2025 14:00
5 March 2025 17:00
Sailing area
Port of departure
Paramaribo (Suriname)
Port of arrival
  • 9 days
  • Across the Atlantic from Suriname to the Caribbean
  • Various stops along the route, depending on weather conditions and guests’ wishes
  • You will be assigned to the Twister’s watch system. It is not compulsory but highly recommended to participate in all watches.
  • Vegetarian food is served on board as standard. If you want to eat fish or meat, you can indicate this when booking.
  • All meals on board, port charges, etc. included

The ship anchors off Paramaribo, where everyone comes on board. We set sail for Nieuw Nickerie, a journey of just under a day. On the way, we may make another stopover. On these trips, passengers also have a say in what happens next. Let the crew know your ideas and if possible, they will incorporate them. Together, we will make this trip unforgettable!

New Nickerie is Suriname’s third-largest city and our last stop before the big crossing to the Caribbean. Here we have the opportunity to enjoy Surinamese life for a while in one of the many bars or visit the Bigi Pan Nature Reserve, home to many unusual bird species such as the red ibis.

From New Nickerie, it takes two to three days of sailing to Tobago. This former pirate’s nest was also called the hidden island, because it remained hidden from the rest of the (western) world for so long. Even though people were already living on the island 7,000 years ago. The name means ‘tobacco’. Daniel Defoe situated the story of Robinson Crusoe on Tobago. Although this island is a paradise for nature lovers, tourism here is less developed than in other Caribbean islands. On the north side, you will find beautiful beaches with palm trees and bays where you can be the only boat to anchor. On the south side is one of the most beautiful diving and snorkelling areas in the whole Caribbean: Buccoo Reef. But first we sail to Scarborough, where we will clear customs. Before we sail on to Grenada, we might take a look at the uninhabited islets on the eastern side of Tobago.

Grenada is 10 hours away by ship and was discovered by Columbus in 1498. The island is largely covered in tropical rainforest, along its mountain slopes flow numerous small rivers fed by springs occasionally culminating in waterfalls. Grenada is famous for its nutmeg, which is also used in delicious cocktails. The abundance of tropical fish and the many wrecks surrounding the island make Grenada a paradise for divers and snorkelers.


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Frequently asked questions

If you are travelling alone and have not booked a private cabin, you will be accommodated in a shared cabin. Shared cabins are normally occupied separately by gender Only on the Belle Amie and Seatrips yachts there are sometimes mixed cabins.

Yes, this is possible. However, there is only one menu per day on the programme. Therefore, please let us know during your booking if you have any special dietary requirements.

In principle, all our trips are suitable for both experienced and novice sailors. The professional crew on board will teach you everything you need to know. In some cases (e.g. on Atlantic crossings) initial sailing experience may be an advantage/requirement. In this case, this will be clearly indicated in the cruise description.


Shared cabin (3-4 persons)
Adult€ 1.710
Double cabin
Adult€ 2.070

Included in price

Accommodation on board the Twister in 2, 3 or 4-bed cabins
Full board
All additional shipping costs (port charges, taxes, etc.)
Bed linnen and towels
Drinks (except soft drinks and alcoholic beverages)

Not included in price

Transfer to/from the departure/arrival port
Alcoholic drinks and soft drinks
Travel/cancellation insurance

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