Sail the Caribbean Like the Sailors of Yesteryear

Ah, sailing the seas! As Captain Jack Sparrow opined, a ship is not just a ship, it represents … freedom. Freedom to explore the world at your pace and as you wish. We are proud to offer you this all-inclusive experience to help you connect with the sea, the Caribbean, and the people who live there. Hundreds of years of storied history, island life, the development of diverse cultures, and the beauty of the environs are yours to enjoy. While underway, you’ll have the opportunity to learn the practice of sailing. From the lines and sails to anchors and navigation, learn how sailing is really done!

An All-Inclusive Tropical Adventure of a Lifetime

Our goal is to provide you with a Caribbean sailing experience that will stay in your memories and your heart for the rest of our life ~ and even encourage you to do it again later! This very special, all-inclusive experience allows you to focus on why you are there: to explore. Explore Caribbean history. Sample the local cuisine. Get to know the local islanders. Become one with the ship and the sea. It’s all about connections, for body and mind.

Learn Sailor Skills and Explore Caribbean History

Trouvaille will be chartering the Liberty Clipper, a storied sailing vessel that can carry 24 passengers. The ship features the Baltimore Clipper Ship design, is 125-feet in length, has a beautiful grand salon, and comfortable accommodations for everyone. Whether you are a history buff, beach bum, foodie, or there just to relax while underway, small ship sailing is the best way to explore your world. Book now to guarantee your place.

Here are the details

Cast off the lines and join us for an authentic Caribbean sailing experience in the Bahamas! From daily island-hopping to the outer Bahama islands and cultural experiences to learning how to sail and savoring fine Caribbean cuisine, this is authentic sailing at its best. Daily shore visits, water sports and swimming, and visits to local towns highlight our daily stops. Live the real Caribbean lifestyle, absorb that Caribbean vibe, and escape winter!

The price for this travel experience includes: round-trip airfare from Tucson, Arizona to Nassau, Bahamas; hotel, meals, transportation, and Fort Charlotte tour before the sailing experience; charter aboard the Liberty Clipper that includes accommodations and select drinks (coffee, tea, juice); $200 allowance for all other drinks onboard; port fees/taxes; hotel, meals, and transportation after disembarking from the sail; and comprehensive travel insurance. Not included are gratuities and personal expenses.

“As someone who loves to travel, I am thrilled to have discovered Trouvaille. Not only do they provide the personalized service I want, but their attention to every detail, and their determination to enhance and maximize the entire experience far exceeds my expectations. Trouvaille is truly my go-to small group travel company!” K. Macdough, Tucson, AZ.

Daily itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in the Bahamas

Our group will fly into Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in the Bahamas the evening before embarking on our sail on the Liberty Clipper. Trouvaille Travelers will be greeted at the airport, transported to the hotel for the evening, and we will convene for a group dinner. Travelers will also receive their Caribbean-themed welcome gifts at the group dinner. 

Day 2: All Aboard!

Enjoy a breakfast at the hotel, followed by a late morning group visit to Fort Charlotte, just west of Nassau. This 100-acre fort was built by the British in 1788 and is the largest fort on New Providence. We’ll take a dive into the history of the Bahamas and how life on the island evolved from the colonial era to the present. We will then have lunch at a local eatery, followed by arrival at the Liberty Clipper by 5 p.m.

Evening will present another opportunity for a local Nassau dining experience and roaming the area before returning to the ship and getting a good night’s sleep before we begin sailing.

Day 3: Sailing

While underway, our exact course on the Liberty Clipper will be at the discretion of the Captain. However, routes typically include expeditions to the Outer Islands that include Eleuthera Island and Exuma Island. Each day, the ship will sail to a new destination and travelers will be able to disembark to enjoy the local area, people, culture, food, and beaches.

Days 4-6: Sailing

We will continue our sailing adventure to the next island!

Day 7: Sailing

We will continue our sailing adventure to the next island!

Day 8: Disembark

After our final breakfast on the Liberty Clipper, the group will bid fond farewell to the crew, disembark, and transport to a Nassau-area hotel. We will then visit cultural and historical sites in the area, have lunch, and finish the day with a group dinner.

Day 9: The Journey Home

After breakfast together, the Trouvaille staff will ensure everyone has transport to Lynden Pindling International Airport for the ride home. Fair winds and following seas for all!

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