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Sun Odyssey 54DS

The Sun Odyssey 54 is a renowned sailing yacht that combines elegance and performance in an exceptional way. At 54 feet, it offers generous space for leisurely cruising. This yacht stands out for its refined design, comfortable cabins, high-quality equipment and impressive sailing performance. Whether you want to sail with family, friends or a small crew, the Sun Odyssey 54 is ready to take you on new adventures on the seas, all in comfort and safety. Come aboard this prestigious sailing yacht and let yourself be seduced by the exceptional experience it offers.



Dufour 37

The Dufour 37 is an elegant, high-performance sailing yacht that embodies the art of pleasure sailing. With its balanced design and clean lines, this boat offers an exceptional sailing experience. Equipped with innovative features and high-quality finishes, the Dufour 37 combines comfort, safety and maneuverability for unforgettable adventures at sea. Whether you're an experienced sailor or a passionate novice, the Dufour 37 is ready to take you to new horizons with style and confidence.

Discover the Dufour 37

Dufour 37: the only yacht of its size to offer so much living space on board. The Dufour 37, like its big brother the Dufour 470, benefits from an infusion hull for weight control, greater boat solidity and respect for the environment. 

Thanks to optimized volumes and a bow designed for greater forward volume, the Dufour 37 offers a truly spacious forward owner's cabin, with excellent headroom. Whether you opt for the three- or two-cabin version with its large bathroom, the interior of this model is bathed in light thanks to the large central hull portholes.


7-day itinerary

In Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

With over 20 years' experience sailing this region, we are delighted to present this carefully crafted itinerary for a 7-day adventure, combining sailing and a variety of activities:


Your skipper: Yves Julien

Yves JULIEN is bilingual (French and English) and has over 40 years' nautical experience, including 25 years as a professional. He is the founder of Voile Abordable and the main organizer of numerous flotillas in the West Indies and the Mediterranean. He is also the author of the television program "Partons la Mer est Belle", which was broadcast on the Canal Évasion channel.

Flotillas in the Grenadines :

An unforgettable adventure!

During the decade of the 2000s, Voile Abordable was the pioneer and leader of international flotillas for Quebecers. After a few years' absence, we're back in action in the Grenadines, the most beautiful region in the West Indies...

Skippered charter is the ideal option for those who already know how to sail. However, since not everyone can navigate at sea, joining a flotilla is the safest solution. Not only does the flotilla leader's experience enable you to maximize your trip, but you also benefit from the security offered by a group. In the event of a problem, you're not alone, and can count on the group's technical and moral support!

The management of our flotillas is extremely flexible. You can follow the flagship or change your itinerary at will. All we ask is that we be informed of your intentions from day to day, so there's no need to worry on our side.

We have negotiated fleet discounts with local charter companies. You can take advantage of our discounts even if you don't wish to follow the flotilla. Contact us for details.

Available sailboats range from 34′ to 50′. Prices start from US$1,820 per week.

Available catamarans range from 38′ to 47′. Prices start from US$3,150 per week.

Contact us for models and availability, specifying your requirements (monohull, catamaran, number of cabins, etc.). Discounts are only available through our brokerage services. Please note: direct bookers will not be able to join our flotillas.

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Cabins on the Admiral
(Sun Odyssey 54DS)

The boat has 4 double cabins with electric toilets and private showers. Cabins are convertible.

The two aft cabins (1 & 2) are equipped with large king-size beds that can be converted into two single beds according to the current layout.

The two forward cabins (3 & 4) can be configured with a queen-size bed and two toilets.

We accept a maximum of 6 people in a cabin rental.

The forward peak is not fitted out as a cabin. It serves as storage for luggage, sails, diving equipment, etc.

On-board equipment - Comfort :

Kitchen: Bodum, espresso and filter coffeemakers, microwave oven, gas stove with oven, fan, freezer, refrigerator and cooler (total capacity 280 L), toaster, blender, pots and pans, crockery, barbecue, etc.

Electricity: 12V DC and 110VAC @ 60Hz with American plugs, solar panels (420W) and 500-Watt wind turbine.

Comfort: Air conditioning (available dockside only), fan, electric toilet, showers, electrical outlets in each cabin, deck shower, bathing ladder, cockpit cushions, bimini and dodger.

Pleasure: Snorkeling kit available, 8-person dinghy with 15HP outboard motor, fishing equipment.

Safety equipment: life raft, safety vest, harness, first-aid kit, distress flares, etc.

Meals :

Breakfast will be taken on board the yacht.

Lunches will vary according to location and the day's activities.

Most dinners will be prepared by the hostess, but a few restaurant outings are planned.

All meals and drinks are at the passenger's expense. A contribution to the ship's float will be required to cover food, beverages, navigation taxes and the ship's route expenses. Allow US$40 per person per day, preferably in local currency (XCD), available from airport ATMs.

Crew :

Passengers: Customer/passenger participation in maneuvers is welcome and encouraged. This is a big boat, and the skipper appreciates help from time to time or all the time.

Skipper: Yves JULIEN is bilingual (French and English) and has over 40 years' nautical experience, including 25 years as a professional. He is the founder of Voile Abordable and the main organizer of numerous flotillas in the West Indies and the Mediterranean. He is also the author of the television program "Partons la Mer est Belle", broadcast on the Canal Évasion channel.

Hostess: The hostess is bilingual (French and English) and will offer a variety of meals adapted to the needs of our customers.

Cost per cabin or private rental :

US$1,250 per person, double occupancy (US$2,500 per cabin). +50% for Christmas week or New Year's Day.

US$1,500 per person in a single "shared" aft double cabin. +50% for the week of Christmas or New Year's Day.

US$1,750 per person in a single "exclusive" cabin. +50% for Christmas week or New Year's Day.

Private rental (exclusive boat) :

It is possible to rent the boat exclusively for US$6,000 with hostess. In this case, the group decides on cabin allocation. Maximum 6 people only. +50% for Christmas week or New Year's Day.

It is also possible to rent exclusively for more than 7 days (on a pro rata basis of the cost per week).

Expenses not included: Airport-marina-airport cab (round trip)

4 persons or less = 60 $EC for cab (about 30 $US)

5 people = 70 $EC (about 35 $US)

6 persons = 80 $EC (about 40 $US)

Dates :

The in-cabin program starts at the end of November.

Departure guaranteed with a minimum of 2 people booked.

Flights :

Air Canada offers flights to St. Vincent with a stopover in Toronto or Barbados, from US$550 per person.

Check the cost of a flight here:

Airport codes :


Montreal = YUL

Quebec = YQB

Toronto = YYZ


Orly = ORY

Charles de Gaulles = CDG


Barbados = BGI

St-Vincent = SVD

Discover the Dufour 37: A Perfect Balance of Performance and Comfort

The Dufour 37 embodies the ideal balance between high-performance sailing and luxurious comfort. Designed by Dufour Yachts, a brand renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship, this yacht is both a technical prodigy and a model of elegant design.

At the heart of the Dufour 37 lies its agile, responsive handling, ensuring an exhilarating sailing experience. Its hull design is optimized for speed and stability, making sailing a pleasure in both calm waters and more demanding conditions.

Once on board, you'll discover a spacious, carefully designed interior. The Dufour 37 boasts abundant natural light, high-quality finishes and all the modern conveniences you need for a comfortable voyage. Whether you're planning a day trip or a longer cruise, this yacht promises the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation.

With its combination of performance, elegance and comfort, the Dufour 37 is much more than just a yacht - it's a lifestyle choice for those seeking the very best in maritime adventures.

Flights :

Air Canada offers flights to St. Vincent with a stopover in Toronto or Barbados, from US$550 per person.

Check the cost of a flight here:

Airport codes :


Montreal = YUL

Quebec = YQB

Toronto = YYZ


Orly = ORY

Charles de Gaulles = CDG


Barbados = BGI

St-Vincent = SVD

7-day itinerary saint-vincent les grenadines

For over 20 years, we've been criss-crossing this region. Here's our recommended itinerary for a week of sailing and activities:

Day 1:

We'll welcome you at the Blue Lagoon marina at the end of the day, starting at 5pm. You'll enjoy a welcome cocktail, settle into your cabins, and our captain will give you a briefing on the voyage. You'll also have a chance to familiarize yourself with the boat before enjoying dinner in the marina's restaurant.

Day 2: 

After lunch, we cast off for "Bat Cave", one of the most fascinating bat caves in the West Indies. The surrounding reef is also a wonderful spot for snorkeling. In the afternoon, we set sail for Bequia.

Day 3: 

Bequia, a little-known gem in the West Indies. Once a whaling center, the islanders have transformed it into a must-see stopover for yachtsmen in search of tranquility and service. Here you'll find two sailmakers, a number of stores selling boat parts and fishing accessories, a diving club, grocery stores, a selection of wines and numerous restaurants. 

The program includes a variety of activities: a tour of the island to discover its charms, moments of relaxation on the beach, cocktails to enjoy on board the boat, followed by dinner in the restaurant (with the possibility of diving and snorkeling for those who wish).

Day 4: 

If Bequia is the pearl of the Grenadines, then Tobago Cay is certainly its diamond! We set sail for this haven of natural beauty. There, we'll have the opportunity to swim with the turtles, snorkel around the End of the World reef, and why not consider a little visit to Petit Tabac, the island Walt Disney used for the filming of the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie. In the evening, we offer a lobster and fish dinner prepared by local fishermen on the island.

Please note that there is a park fee of EC$10 per person per day.

Day 5:

The smallest island in the world with a permanent structure, a palm parasol, is called "Mopion" (a term that comes from the old French for Morpion, I'll let you guess...). In the photo, you can see Petite St-Vincent in the background, unquestionably the most sumptuous private resort in the Grenadines.

The program includes a visit to Mopion, snorkeling on the Petite St-Vincent reef, followed by cocktails on board the boat. And why not consider a dinner at the resort to round off the day in style?

Day 6:

Union is a charming, lively and welcoming island. It's a great place to stock up on provisions in the Grenadines.

The program includes a tour of the island, cocktails at Happy Island and dinner at the restaurant.

As an option, there's a kitesurfing school on the island. Fans of this sport can practice their sport behind the reef, with plenty of wind and no waves - it's a kitesurfing paradise!

Day 7: 

The last day is devoted to sailing back to the Blue Lagoon marina. There are around 30 miles to sail, with a generally favorable wind. This promises to be a pleasant, comfortable and relaxing day's sailing, allowing you to savor a beautiful sail while making a gentle return to civilization.


Day 8:

Disembarkation is scheduled for the morning, before 11am. It's time to say goodbye and start planning for next year. A great way to close this adventure and look forward to future escapades together.