Things To Do in St Lucia - 1st June 2015
There’s nowhere like St Lucia for a holiday. Of course, sometimes you just want to lie on a sandy beach and drink something cold and refreshing, but other times you want to do something active and adventurous, and in St Lucia you’ll never be short of things to do. Whether you want to hike through the jungle, snorkel in the sea, walk a nature trail, visit the rainforest, go deep sea fishing, or indulge in a spot of sailing, St Lucia has it all: natural beauty, and plenty of things to do.
St Lucia is an island in the Caribbean, and one of the most picturesque Caribbean islands. Its sailing traditions and calm waters make it the perfect place for sailing enthusiasts to visit on a holiday. If you want superb sailing conditions combined with idyllic harbours and stunning views, pay a visit to St Lucia, and if you want to explore the diversity and witness the beauty of St Lucia and the surrounding area from the vantage point of a sailing boat then why not join us here at First 4 Sail?
First 4 Sail is looking for people who love to sail or who would like to learn how to sail, and where better to do so than St Lucia?
Sailing Courses in St Lucia - 18th May 2015
Have you ever pictured yourself at the helm of a sailing yacht? Have you longed to sail from one beautiful island to another, or dreamed of discovering new beaches and bays and witnessing the beauty of those places from the water?
Sailing is not an easy pursuit, it takes practice, skill and experience, but with perseverance there’s no reason why you can’t become an accomplished sailor, able to explore more of what the earth has to offer from the water.
No matter where you learn to sail, it will feel like a completely new experience, especially if you haven’t spent much time in a boat. You can develop, hone and practice your sailing skills through sailing courses. If you’re keen to complete a course why not get in touch with the team here at First 4 Sail?
First 4 Sail is an accredited member of International Yacht Training (IYT) Worldwide. IYT operates sailing courses in 180 schools in 45 countries. If you want to become certified to sail through completing one of the sail training courses on offer then we can help you achieve your sailing dreams. The course is designed to account for the waters of the Caribbean. Who could resist completing a sailing course in St Lucia?
Learn to sail in St Lucia - 11th May 2015
Are you a keen traveller? Perhaps keen to learn to sail? If the answer is ‘yes’ to both of these then a trip to St Lucia might just be the trip for you.
If given the opportunity to sail, where could provide a better backdrop than the Caribbean, with its azure-blue waters and its icing sugar-sandy beaches? With numerous restaurants and eateries, a great range of thrilling activities to participate in, beautiful resorts and the Caribbean coastline within reach, there’s much to keep anyone who travels to this area happy, not least because of the superb sailing opportunities.
For those who’d like to experience an exhilarating ride through the waters of the Caribbean, you’re in luck. First 4 Sail is looking for people who love to experience sailing a racing yacht. If you sail or would like to learn how to sail, where better to do so than in St Lucia? A popular area for yachting and sailing, if you’re ready to learn and would love to get involved, we guarantee a fun, exhilarating sailing holiday in the company of fellow sailing enthusiasts.
The Best Activities in Saint Lucia - 27th April 2015
Planning a trip to St Lucia? St Lucia is the ultimate Caribbean destination. Blessed with crescent-shaped beaches, rainforests, waterfalls, reefs, small and pretty fishing villages, mountains, and of course, the warmth and azure-blue of the Caribbean Sea.
If you’ve settled on St Lucia for your visit to the Caribbean then you may be conducting a little research as to the best activities in St Lucia. This part of the world will satisfy the mind and the imagination of every visitor and holidaymaker, but if you love sailing, or if you’re tempted to learn how to sail, then St Lucia is a dream destination.
Sailing in the Caribbean waters is to be sailing in perfect sea conditions. Not only will you enjoy spectacular views but you’ll be able to enjoy sailing in calm waters, and you can enjoy sailing with others who will help to make your sailing experience fun and inspiring - First 4 Sail.
First 4 Sail offers the only racing yacht experience in St Lucia. You can join us for either a half-day or a full-day experience, sailing around Rodney Bay or venturing further afield while learning the skills and techniques required to sail a racing yacht. There’s no better way to witness the wonders of St Lucia than from the water.
5 reasons to holiday in Saint Lucia - 20th April 2015
If you’re paying a visit to the Caribbean, St Lucia is as good a choice as any if you want a secluded, romantic, and naturally beautiful setting in which to enjoy a holiday, St Lucia should not be missed. Holidays in St Lucia are all about enjoying the glorious scenery, surveying the coastline, soaking up the sun, and, for those keen to get out on the water, sailing.
St Lucia is an island in the Caribbean, and there are many reasons as to why you need to holiday in this part of the world. For anyone who’d love to learn how to sail or would like to further improve their sailing skills, St Lucia and the Caribbean coastline is the ultimate destination, with excellent conditions for sailing.
For those who’d like to experience an exhilarating ride through the waters of the Caribbean, you’re in luck. First 4 Sail is looking for people who love to sail or who would like to learn how to sail, and where better to do so than around Rodney Bay, an area located on the north side of St Lucia, and around the surrounding islands?
A popular area for yachting and sailing, if you’re ready to learn or game to get involved, we guarantee a fun-filled holiday and a great sailing experience.
Want to Learn to Sail in St Lucia? - 23rd February 2015
There’s nothing quite like the sense of freedom you get when you’re out sailing in the waters of the Caribbean, or sailing anywhere for that matter. Do you want to learn to sail in St Lucia? If you learn to sail in St Lucia alongside the First 4 Sail team then you’ll be learning the skills and techniques required for sailing in some of the best (and most picturesque) sailing grounds in the world. Crystal-clear waters make coastal navigation a simpler job around the waters of St Lucia, and with such good sailing conditions all year round, there is no better place in the world to learn where to sail.
Sail training involves learning all the required skills and techniques, but it’s also
about having fun and enjoying your time in a sailing boat on the water. If you want to learn to sail in St Lucia then you can complete a course with First 4 Sail. First 4 Sail is an accredited
member of International Yacht Training (IYT) Worldwide, offering boating courses to anyone keen to learn the craft of sailing. There is plenty of opportunity for the budding skipper to practice
all the skills they have learnt and to become more proficient, and there’s no place more spectacular in which to learn than the waters of the Caribbean. The courses on offer account for the
conditions of the Caribbean waters, and you’ll be able to learn the ropes in a fun, stimulating and safe environment.
Sailing Training in Saint Lucia - 9th February 2015
As with any new activity that you’re eager to master, it pays to persevere. Sailing training is one such activity that requires participants to confront and respond to a range of demanding challenges, both physically and mentally. Sailing requires a degree of self-confidence and a willingness to try new things. For most who engage in sailing training, it is a life-enhancing experience, and if you do persevere, the rewards are very rewarding.
Sailing training usually combines formal tuition with fun and practical
experience, but what could be more fun than sailing training in Saint Lucia? This is all possible if you book your sail training through First 4 Sail. First 4 Sail is an accredited member of
International Yacht Training (IYT) Worldwide, offering boating courses to anyone keen to learn the craft of sailing. There is plenty of opportunity for the budding skipper to practice all the
skills they have learnt and to become more proficient, and there’s no place more spectacular in which to learn than the waters of the Caribbean. If you want to learn and want to get involved then
we’d be happy to hear from you.
Sailing Course Saint Lucia - 26th January 2015
Learning to sail is a rewarding, liberating experience, but don’t just take our word for it. A sailing course will introduce you to the main parts of a sailboat and how each part is used, from the sails to rigging to the rudder. You can learn how to sail at different angles to the wind, how to handle the boat in calm and rough waters, how to turn, how to stop, and how to leave and return to the dock safely. With a sailing course it’s not simply a case of mastering the techniques needed to successfully sail a boat, you will also need to be aware of safety on the water and sailing laws.
Sailing courses in St Lucia are available with First 4 Sail. We offer a variety of opportunities for anyone who wants to learn how to sail or enjoy a day on a sailboat in the azure-blue waters of the Caribbean. Whether you want to experience a Day Sail in St Lucia with the option to visit other islands in the Caribbean or enjoy a sailing trip in Rodney Bay, we have some great opportunities going. For anyone looking for a more in-depth sailing course we can help there too. As accredited members of International Yacht Training Worldwide that operates boating courses in 180 schools in 45 countries, we can help you find a sailing course that suits your location and your requirements for learning how to sail.
Things to do in Rodney Bay - 19th January 2015
Located on the north side of the picturesque island of St Lucia, Rodney Bay entertains emerald-green waters and postcard-worthy, sweeping white sandy beaches, providing the perfect backdrop for a whole host of water-based activities, including yachting and sailing. Things to do in Rodney Bay? The answer is easy: sailing and yachting. Rodney Bay has become the centre of yachting tourism on the island of St Lucia.
If you’re keen to master the art of sailing a yacht then look to First 4 Sail. Our business operates on a race yacht which gives learners a thrilling experience on the water. We offer a fun, fast, adrenaline-filled day out on the waters of Rodney Bay in which you can learn the skills and techniques needed to sail a race yacht.
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of exhilaration as you race through the water, and we’ll be on-hand to teach you what you need to know. Whether you’re looking for a half-day session or a full day on the water, we can offer you a great sailing experience. What could be better than setting yourself a fun challenge amidst the natural beauty of the island of St Lucia?
Sailing St Lucia - 12th January 2015
Have you always wanted to master the art of sailing? Do you want to experience the thrill of sailing around St Lucia in a race yacht?
Sailing is a really liberating experience, and if you persevere to the point where you become a proficient sailor then you can enjoy your time on the water even more. There’s nothing quite like the sense of freedom or adrenaline rush the sailor gets when indulging in a spot of sailing, and where better to sail than in St Lucia?
First 4 Sail offers the only racing yacht experience in St Lucia. Sailing in St Lucia is unlike sailing anywhere else, so if you’re keen to master the rudiments and learn the skills and techniques needed to sail a race yacht then look to First 4 Sail. With us, you can enjoy a sail around Rodney Bay on the island of St Lucia, and through the range of IYT courses we offer, you can learn how to sail and become a certified sailor.
If you love being on the water in an idyllic location and you’ve always wanted to learn how to sail then that sailing experience can be yours in St Lucia with First 4 Sail. Are you up for the challenge?