10 days from Grenada to Grenadines
Day 1 : Point Sallines
After arriving at the airport Point Sallines Airport (GND), reach your boat and meet your crew at the True Blue Bay marina for a Meet and Greet cocktail.
Day 2 : Grenade - Tyrrel Bay (Carriacou island)
Sail to Tyrrel Bay south of Carriacou, 26 to 36 million years old. Sail along the west coast under the wind of Grenada and the trade winds scented with nutmeg.
Anchor among the fishing boats and cargo boats that still transport their cargo under sail and dive to discover the underwater life.
Day 3 : Carriacou - Sandy Island - Petit Saint Vincent
In Sandy Island, watch as the pelicans perform their aquatic ballets. Head out to Hillsborough, browse the streets, colorful wood shops, and stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables at the market.
After Clearing customs, join Petit St. Vincent and Anchor behind the reef north-east of the island, or between Petit St. Vincent and Petite Martinique for the night.
Jour 4 : Petit Saint Vincent - Union - Mayreau
Head towards Union Island, where the cutting of the peaks is spectacular. Anchor in Clifton Harbor, protected by the large Thompson quail, check in and hike on one of the "peaks", Mount Parnassus or Taboi to enjoy the incredible views.
At Saltwhistle Bay, lined with palm trees on the northwest coast of Mayreau, dive into the Grand Col Point Reef and dine on lava stone tables at a stunning resort site, hidden behind the crystal clear beach and palm trees.
Day 5: Mayreau & Tobago Cays
From the peaks of Mayreau, admire the magnificent view of the Tobago Cays and the nearby islands. Sail through the Tobago Channel where you can dive into one of the many snorkeling sites such as Horseshoe Reef.
With A smaller boat, participate in the fishermens barbecue with grilled fish, lobster ...
Spend the night on board observing the stars. Enjoy. You are in one of the most spectacular anchorage in the world.
Jour 6 : Tobago Cays - Ile de Moustique
Head to the prestigious island of Mosquito, bypassing the Montezumas Reef and anchoring in Britannia Bay. Stroll on foot, by taxi or horseback to admire the jet-set millionaire houses and go back in time by a century and take a tea at the Cotton House.
Watch out to see celebrities, such as Mick Jagger or some crowned heads.
Sail between the southwestern tip of Bequia and Little Nevis, you pass leeward into the calm waters of Admiralty Bay. Soak up the friendly and spontaneous atmosphere with a delicious Creole meal.
Day 7 : Ile Moustique - Chatham Bay (Union)
Refill at the local market and street vendors. Snorkel in the reef beyond Princess Margaret's beach or dive on the wall of Devil's Table or in the depths of Moon Hole.
Go back south to Chatham Bay, a deserted bay surrounded by hills, and watch the local fishermen bring in their net, preparing your BBQ to grill one of their daily catch.
Day 8 : Chatham Bay - Clifton Harbour -Tyrrel Bay (Carriacou)
Return to the cosmopolitan harbor of Clifton to leave the territory of St. Vincent, then join Tyrrel Bay Carriacou to taste the local oysters offered by the fishermen of this bay!
Day 9 : Tyrrel Bay - Prickly Bay (Grenade)
Go to Tyrrel Bay, and dine in one of the island's best restaurants or simply at one of the many beachfront restaurants. At the weekend, immerse yourself in Caribbean culture at dance and music evenings to the sounds of a steel pan orchestra at Boat Yard.
Jour 10 : Prickly Bay - Marina True Blue Bay
After one last pleasure ride, you will return to the marina True Blue Bay.