The "Eleuthera II" (sleeps six, charters for $1,200 per week) can be booked through Richard Bertram & Co., Miami or V.E.B. Nicholson & Sons, Nelson's Dockyard, Antigua. Nicholson's has 18 other yachts available, ranging from the 106-foot motor yacht "Xebec" (sleeps six, charters for $1,316 per week) to the 44-foot cutter "Linney" (sleeps two, charters for $294 per week). Fuel and food, liquor and laundry average about $6 per person per day on all cruises. In three weeks one can cruise from Grenada to Antigua; in two weeks, from Antigua to Martinique or St. Lucia, or from Grenada to Martinique—the route of the " Eleuthera," charted above. All cruises can be done just as easily in the reverse direction. Off-season rates are cheaper, sailing usually fine. In addition to lightweight sportswear and deck shoes, bring skin-diving gear, suntan lotion, sunglasses, lots of film, cigarettes (unless you like English or French) and three swimsuits (one wet, one dry, one drying).