Enjoy snorkeling and sailing on authentic, time honoured cruise of beautiful Grenada on a classic, immaculately hand crafted, 73ft Schooner Jambalaya. Jambalaya is a charming, colourful Caribbean classic schooner, born from 200 years of boat building tradition. Captains Monique and Danny are committed to providing their guests with a personal experience in affordable luxury in Caribbean style.
Monique Mills is a sailor, passionate ocean conservationist and founder of Jambalaya Sailing Charters. Her mission is to use sailing to connect her guests to the ocean to foster greater understanding and appreciation of the ocean ecosystem and its inhabitants. She is always keen to share her enthusiasm by guiding her guests above and below the waves.
“It is a great honour to introduce our guests to the culture and beauty of these islands. When you sail on a classic wooden boat, like Jambalaya, you can feel her unique character and experience history coming alive.”
Monique is a certified RYA Yachtmaster, PADI diver and PADI Freediver.
TIM ‘TIMMY’ VIECHVEG
Maintenance Engineer & Host
Tim ‘Timmy’ Viechveg is as kind hearted as his big smile. A man of many talents, he is a national cyclist, triathlete and one of the best marine mechanics on the island. He has double duty for Jambalaya being our maintenance engineer who keeps everything ship shape, and a very cool host who is always keen to guide our guests on a snorkeling safari.
Dajenel is our 1st mate, a certified lifeguard and a member of the Grenadian National Swim Team. When is not in the water training for the upcoming Olympics, he is on the water crewing with Jambalaya. In addition to his many talents, his secret weapon is his below deck cooking talents.
The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) proudly announces the successful completion of a transformative two-day training initiative featuring renowned international restaurant owner and award-winning mixologist, Joji Watanabe. This groundbreaking program brought
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