Sailing and wingfoil / kitesurfing


Private cruise to the best wingfoil / kitesurf spots 

Passionate about wingfoil and kitesurfing, the Voile Evasion crew will take you to discover the most beautiful wing / kite spots during a cruise on a rental catamaran. Don't hesitate to contact Cyril if you have any questions about our wingsurf / kitesurf cruises in the Mediterranean or the Grenadines.

The Grenadines... the ideal destination for wing / kitesurf cruises.

With a turquoise sea that's warm all year round, trade winds that blow regularly every day and a seabed that would put the most famous divers to shame, the Grenadines are a kitesurfing and wingfoiling paradise for us. Our yacht and catamaran charter bases are ideally located in St Vincent or Grenada, so you don't have to sail all the way from Martinique. 

After a quick refresher course at Jeremie Tronet's JT Pro Center in Union, or an on-shore or off-shore sail at Frigate Island (Union), head up to Tobago Cays to sail amongst the turtles and rays from Jamesby beach, which is perfectly positioned for take-off. Then set off on a downwind towards Mayreau to admire the beach famous for its palm trees plunging into the sea. Then, depending on the trade winds, discover Sandy Island on Carriacou, Morpion or Petite Martinique to perfect your most beautiful tricks in this kite and wingfoil paradise. All these small islands, surrounded by turquoise waters and a protective coral reef, open the doors to an extraordinary underwater paradise where you'll spot many turtles, rays, sharks and other typical warm-water fish.


Discover our video presentation of kitesurf / wingfoil cruises in the Grenadines departing from St-Vincent or Grenada (a departure from Martinique is also possible):

Ports of departure

The departure bases of St Vincent and Grenada are ideal for taking possession of your sailing boat or catamaran for rental and setting off on your kite / wingfoil cruise in the Grenadines. Beware, however, as several organisations offer departures from Martinique. Flights from Switzerland are cheaper, but it will take you 24 hours of non-stop sailing to reach Union from Le Marin (Martinique). We recommend flying to St Vincent or Grenada. After a day's journey from France or Switzerland, you'll be just a few hours' sailing from the Grenadines.


In the West Indies, the dry season runs from December to April and the wet season from May to November. The trade winds blow steadily from east to west from December to April and then a little less steadily until July-August. The ideal time to wingfoil or kite in the Grenadines is from December to June. The wind blows hard and steadily from December to April, but the spots are relatively crowded. January and February can even be very windy. From April to June, the trade winds are still blowing regularly but less strongly and, above all, there are far fewer people around, which makes wingfoil/kitesurfing very enjoyable. The cyclone period from September to November should be avoided and is of little interest because of the high risk of cyclones and the lack of wind.


Suggested itineraries (click on the map below for more details) :

Voile et kitesurf aux Grenadines - Petites Antilles
Croisiere wingfoil aux grenadines et en Sicile et Corse avec Voile Evasion

The best kite spots in the Grenadines include the following (click on the map below for more details):

  • Union :

    • the famous JT Pro Center (on-shore spot) created by French kitesurfing champion Jeremie Tronet (kite school, ideal freestyle flat water spot). Minimum level required on the spot: go upwind without any problem or... take lessons!

    • Frigate Island a little further south: two possibilities for kiting (on-shore or off-shore), the two spots separated by a narrow strip of sand. Ideal spot for all levels. You can anchor your yacht/catamaran on the off-shore spot to leeward of Frigate Island (excellent protection).

  • Tobago Cays: a nature reserve famous for the quality of its underwater fauna. Here you can kite over turtles, rays, sharks and other exotic fish typical of the Caribbean Sea. Anchor your yacht behind Baradal or Petit-Rameau, well sheltered behind the coral reef, and take off from the perfectly oriented Jamesby beach. From Tobago Cays, a downwind to Mayreau or Union is possible as well as a nice trip to Petit-Tabac via a great surf spot on the barrier reef to the east of Baradal.

  • Mayreau: on-shore spot to the east of Salt Whistle Bay. Long white sandy beach ideal for taking off. 

  • Carriacou: anchor your yacht south of Sandy Island, a magnificent stretch of white sand where the wind comes in side-shore and makes for great sailing.

  • Petite-Martinique, Petit St-Vincent and Morpion: don't miss the famous tiny island of Morpion with its unique parasol. You can anchor your yacht right next to it and launch your best tricks over the island (see video above). The anchorage in the lagoon to the east of Petit St-Vincent is also magnificent, although beware of the hotel wardens who might be tempted to forbid you to take off from the beach.

  • Palm Island: private island with limited access.

  • Canouan: anchorage in Grand Bay on the leeward side of the island, with access on foot to the lagoon on the east coast (Windward Bay). Kitesurfing may be forbidden here, but we went one afternoon without meeting anyone and the spot is quite nice.

Important: don't forget to bring your shoes to avoid injury from the coral or sea urchins... !!


Suggested 7-day itinerary from St-Vincent 

  • Blue Lagoon (St-Vincent) - Bequia - Mayreau - Tobago Cays - Union -  Petit St-Vincent - Morpion -  Blue Lagoon (St-Vincent) = 100 MN (7 days)

Suggested 7-day itinerary from Granada

  • St-Georges (Grenade) - Carriacou (Sandy Island) - Morpion - Union - Tobago Cays - Mayreau - St-Georges (Grenade) = 100 MN (7 jours)


Please note: the suggested itineraries are based on sailing for 1 to 2 hours a day at an average speed of 5 knots. If you are looking for other itinerary ideas or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We'll be delighted to help you plan your cruise.


Sicily - Egadi islands and Marsala lagoon

Sicily is close to home and even if the wind conditions are not as established as in the Grenadines (see above), we can still organise magnificent kite / wingfoil trips aboard a comfortable catamaran.

With more than 7,000 miles under his belt, including a 6-month sabbatical in the Mediterranean, Cyril will be taking you to discover Sicily and the Egadi islands, where unfortunately the wind cannot be guaranteed, but where the chances of kitesurfing or wingfoiling are great.

Sicily - some lovely wing/kite spots close to home

After taking possession of your catamaran at Trapani Marina, set off to discover the Egadi islands, beginning your journey in the incredible anchorage of Cala Rossa on the island of Favignana. What could be better than to sail between the yachts at anchor on the turquoise waters and have a drink and admire the sunset at the Robertino bar. The next day promises to be a calm one, so set course for Marsala and enjoy the famous thermal of the Lo Stagnone lagoon. This European kitesurfing mecca boasts an exceptional climate and state-of-the-art equipment. It's also possible to hire small wingfoils to take advantage of the lagoon's shallow waters.

If the wind picks up again over the next few days, head for Favignana and Levanzo, or even Marettimo if the weather permits. We even tried a downwind from Favignana to the lo Stagnone lagoon (for good riders only) and it was well worth the effort.

Croisière wingfoil avec Voile Evasion

Itinerary for a wingfoil / kitesurf cruise in Sicily

Short cruises, picture-postcard scenery and, if necessary, the Marsala lagoon to ensure you get the most out of your cruise.

Click on our interactive map below to find out all about our kitesurf / wingfoil cruise in Sicily and the Egadi Islands.

Itinéraire croisière wingfoil / kitesurf en Sicile

Watch the video of our sailing trip to Sicily

Click below to see the video of our last wingfoil / kitesurf cruise in Sicily.


Wingfoil / kitesurf cruise: northern Sardinia and southern Corsica from Olbia

Departing from the Portisco marina near Olbia, we can sail in all conditions, even if the mistral is blowing hard in the Bouches de Bonifacio. Olbia airport is also easily accessible from Switzerland and France. From Portisco, there are plenty of sailing options, but our preference is to head up the coast (Porto Cervo, the Maddalena) to Porto Pollo, the world-famous kite / wingfoil spot. On the way to Corsica and the crossing of the Bouches de Bonifacio, a stopover is essential to discover the incredible Lavezzi islands, renowned for their sandy beaches and emblematic pebbles. Further north, the Piantarella anchorage (see Corsica video below) is a must and, wind permitting, will allow you to sail on turquoise water amidst the sailing yachts and catamarans at anchor. Along the coast towards Ajaccio, there are numerous kite and wingfoil spots, as well as excellent schools. Of course, it's impossible to set foot in Corsica without spending a night in the port of Bonifacio, enjoying its delicious restaurants and famous bars and nightclubs.

Click below to see possible itineraries and videos of our wingfoil / kitesurf cruises in Corsica / Sardinia.

Itinerary for a wingfoil / kitesurf cruise in Sardinia and Corsica departing from Olbia

Click on our interactive map below to find out all about our kitesurf / wingfoil cruise in Sardinia / Corsica.

Voile Evasion organisation de croisières kitesurf / wingfoil en Corse

Kitesurfing video at Porto Pollo (northern Sardinia)

And finally, here's a short kitesurfing video shot in the kite mecca of Porto Pollo in northern Sardinia. 

The wind conditions at this spot are often optimal and the anchorage means we can park our catamaran just a few minutes from the beach.

Video of our sailing trip to Corsica

Watch the video of our Corsica cruise with our friends at Croisiera.

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