If you are on charter or even staying ashore – here is whats happening in the Grenadines.
Highlight of the month is the Mustique Blues Festival 2015 ⇒
Basil’s Mustique Blues Festival
Basil’s Bar, Mustique, SVG
This year Blues Festival 2015 starts from Wednesday 21 January to 4 February
(closest port: Mustique)
Headlining this year’s festival are:
• Shemekia Copeland,
• Ian Segal,
• Eugene Hideaway Bridges,
• Dana Gillespie and the London Blues band with Julien Brunetaud, Dino
Baptiste, Jeff Walker, Mike Paice, Jacek Zaitz, Darby Todd and Rafael Schwiddessen
Each Sunday the festival begins early with a Sunset blues performance…a perfect
venue for families and children to gather and enjoy the blues, a cocktail and an early
Not that into music, how about Swimming with the Turtles at The UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tobago Cays Marine Park (closest ports Canouan and Union Island) Swimming with the sea turtles is quite a magical experience and a nice way to spend part of a morning or afternoon for guests of all ages.
The Grenadine Islands are one of those rare exotic destinations where you can enjoy the true beauty of the Caribbean. A Grenadines yacht charter offers a glimpse into the authentic Caribbean that has yet to be over run with tourists. For sailors, it is a dream comes true with constant trade-winds and numerous bays to drop anchor. Idyllic white sand beaches, lush tropical rain forests and rich coral reefs all spell out conditions for a perfect holiday in paradise.