With constant sunshine, pristine waters, and consistent trade winds, Grenada is the perfect destination for your sailing vacations. Famous as the "Island of Spice," this Caribbean island is a yachties' playground. It is your gateway to memorable travel in the beautiful West Indies.

 

Located in the south of the Windward Islands, Grenada offers tranquil islands hopping to Carriacou, Petite Martinique, and St. Vincent. This cruising ground features lush tropical rainforests, vibrant marine life, and colorful corals. From the island, you can sail to Union Island, Tobago Cays, and many paradises.

 

The cluster of Grenadine islands boasts a unique blend of French and English culture and culinary sensations. Indeed, Grenada was the primary source of nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and cocoa. 

 

Some of the best locations are only accessible by boat. But you can escape the overcrowded Grenadines cruise ships calling only at tourist ports. Explore the picture-perfect islands with your rental bareboat to sail at your own pace. Skilled sailors will enjoy the winter's condit

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With constant sunshine, pristine waters, and consistent trade winds, Grenada is the perfect destination for your sailing vacations. Famous as the "Island of Spice," this Caribbean island is a yachties' playground. It is your gateway to memorable travel in the beautiful West Indies.

 

Located in the south of the Windward Islands, Grenada offers tranquil islands hopping to Carriacou, Petite Martinique, and St. Vincent. This cruising ground features lush tropical rainforests, vibrant marine life, and colorful corals. From the island, you can sail to Union Island, Tobago Cays, and many paradises.

 

The cluster of Grenadine islands boasts a unique blend of French and English culture and culinary sensations. Indeed, Grenada was the primary source of nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and cocoa. 

 

Some of the best locations are only accessible by boat. But you can escape the overcrowded Grenadines cruise ships calling only at tourist ports. Explore the picture-perfect islands with your rental bareboat to sail at your own pace. Skilled sailors will enjoy the winter's condition, while sea-lovers can pick a chilled sailing during the summer months. 

 

Or charter a crewed yacht to indulge in your passion while the crew pampers you. A sailboat gives you freedom and independence. So you can explore the true blue bay, white sandy beaches, and protected islands of the Caribbean Sea.

 

The shallow draft of your charter catamaran allows you to get to the beaches. Onboard, your cook can create Creole delicacies with fresh local products and prepare the fish you catch. Opt for a barbecue on the beach at sunset to indulge in a Caribbean layback atmosphere.

 

During your charter vacation, you should add Tobago Cays to your bucket list. This small group of wild, uninhabited islets and reefs lie between St. Vincent in the north and Grenada in the south. This location is perfect for snorkeling with turtles among coral reefs and lounging on the crowd less beach. Part of Pirates Of The Caribbean was filmed there! 

 

For an exclusive and luxury experience, sail to Petit St Vincent in the southern tip of the Grenadines. The private island is a treat. This top-end romantic hideaway is perfect for a honeymoon. 

 

The capital of Grenada, St. George's, is known to be the loveliest city in the Caribbean. Its horseshoe-shaped harbor offers pastel rainbow colored dockside warehouses and red-tiled roofs of traditional shops and homes. Although the recent year's tourists flow, the island keeps its relaxed way of life. The friendly locals recall an atmosphere that has long since vanished elsewhere.

 

You can always swim in the turquoise waters to refresh and sunbathe on the deck. Many activities are available onboard (snorkeling and nautical toys). For some variety, head to Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve feature. You can hike down a rainforest filled with fresh spices' aroma.  

Many treks are available to explore the natural beauties and admire the exotic wildlife. And, in the southwest of Grenada, you can swim under the Annandale Waterfall or diver from the cliff. Or snorkel through the underwater sculpture park in St George: it is an Instagram favorite. 

 

Don't forget to visit The River Antoine rum distillery. The traditional methods are still used today, and you can sip the vast palette of flavors. If hard alcohol is not your thing, there is also all kind of fresh beers thanks to a microbrewery that delivers stouts, lagers, and ciders.

The gourmets will be amazed by the spices processing and derivative products at the Nutmeg cooperative or the exceptional taste of dark cocoa at the Grenada Chocolat Factory. 

 

Grenada boasts numerous protected bays and inlets for anchoring. From the rustic, low-key atmosphere to high-end superyacht facilities, countless marinas await you. St. George, Clarke, Court Bay, Prickly Bay, and Mt. Hartman Bay provides charter yacht departure. 

Mt Hartman Bay Marina is easy to access with only a 15 minutes taxi ride from Port Salines Airport. Port Louis Marina is just five miles away from the airport, with excellent regional and international connections.

 

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