Whether it’s relaxing on a deserted beach, viewing the island homes of rock stars and royalty, or grilling a lobster on the barbecue, the Grenadines have something for everyone.
Sailors of all skill levels will revel in the unspoiled lands of the Windward Islands, which offer slightly more challenging sailing conditions than those found in the British Virgin Islands, but still offer short passages and breathtaking scenery. Each island has its own distinctive flavor. Some are deserted, while others have bustling markets where locals sell fresh produce, fish, and meats.
From the moment you dive into the crystal-clear water, you’ll find yourself immersed in a world teeming with brightly colored fish and coral. Bask in warm breezes under soft moonlight, relive history exploring centuries-old forts, hike through rainforests, and swim among coral reefs – and experience it all to the beat of Soca, Calypso, and Reggae.
● Full board (breakfast, lunch, diner)
● Drinks (table wine), local aperitifs (punch,rum); fruit juice, sodas
● Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, steward/cook)
● 2 sets of linen,towels and beach towels per person/week
● Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
● Insurance for the yacht and the passengers
● Water sports on board : snorkelling equipment, sea kayak
•Transfers airport – base – airport (optional)
•Cash box (mandatory): payable in cash on spot upon arrival ($130, in USD)
DAY 1 – Thursday: GRENADA – Port Louis Marina
Board your boat between 17:00 and 18:00 (05:00 and 06:00 pm) and enjoy a relaxing evening getting acquainted with the boat’s systems and features in preparation for departure the following day. Dinner aboard or enjoy the facilities at Port Louis Marina.
DAY 2 – Friday: GRENADA – CARIACCOU – SANDY ISLAND
Have an exhilarating day sail to Tyrrel Bay, Carriacou. Anchor amongst the local fishing boats and enjoy a stroll and drink ashore at one of the many rum shops. The Carriacou Yacht Club offers a good welcome to visitors. Complete customs formalities and head for Sandy Island for the night. (approx. 5.5 hours)
DAY 3 – Saturday: SANDY ISLAND – UNION
Breakfast and swim at Sandy Island, a flawless piece of sand with no more than half a dozen palm trees. Watch the pelicans performing aerobatics around your boat as you eat. After breakfast and a snorkel, sail over to Union Island and complete check in formalities for St. Vincent at Clifton Harbour. Continue around to the West of Union Island for a short distance and drop anchor at Chatham Bay for the night. (1.5 hours)
DAY 4 – Sunday: UNION – MAYREAU
After a short hop to delightful Salt Whistle Bay, anchor early and enjoy an afternoon at this tranquil spot with swimming and beachcombing or taking a invigorating walk up the hill to view the spectacular sight of the Tobago Cays to the East….tomorrow’s destination. (1.5 hours)
DAY 5 – Monday: MAYREAU – TOBAGO CAYS
Enjoy a nice breakfast and take a short sail to the Tobago Cays and the highlight of your trip; spend the day snorkeling the reef, swimming with turtles and exploring by dinghy, or just stay on board and marvel at the natural beauty of the Tobago Cays. For dinner, BBQ under the stars. (1.5 hours)
DAY 6 – Tuesday: TOBAGO CAYS – PETIT ST VINCENT
After a leisurely breakfast, sail back to Clifton for check out, and then head for the west side of stunning Petit St Vincent for an evening snorkel and dinner aboard or on the beach. (3 hours)
DAY 7 – Wednesday: PETIT ST VINCENT – GRENADA, Prickly Bay
Have an awesome sail southbound to the delightful Prickly Bay on Grenada for the last night and enjoy the extended happy hour at Prickly Bay marina before dinner back aboard your boat ( 6 hours)
DAY 8 – Thursday: GRENADA, Prickly Ba- GRENADA, Port Louis Marina
An early breakfast aboard as you take the short trip ( 1.5 hrs ) around Salines Point at the Southern tip of the island in preparation for your arrival back at Port Louis Marina. Gather your belongings and check-out from the boat and enjoy a few hours on Grand Anse beach, or shop in St Georges at the markets before heading to the airport – only 15 minutes away.
Grenada has the closest international airport to the cruising grounds of the Grenadines, making Port Louis Marina one of the most convenient marinas in the Caribbean. We are happy to arrange your transfers at the time of booking. Maurice Bishop International Airport is only five miles from Port Louis and has direct flights from many cities including London, Miami and New York, and offers easy connections via Barbados, Antigua, St Lucia and Trinidad. The following airlines run scheduled flights to Grenada: British Airways – Virgin Atlantic – American Airlines – LIAT – Caribbean Airlines – SVG Airlines Conviasa – Delta – Air Canada – Condor.