Find the Grenadines Vacation Perfect for You
Natural beauty and a small, friendly local population make this a great spot to “lime”. That’s not the fruit but a local tradition of doing nothing more than hanging out enjoying the sun, breeze, and friends.
The island chain starts with St. Vincent and ends with Grenada, and retains an old Caribbean charm, unspoiled by commercialization. There are many untouched islands, beaches, and coves to explore as well as great dive sites.
Old World Meets New World
Start your charter at the top of the chain, now that St. Vincent has opened a new international airport. Sail for Bequia, where New England whalers were once based. You can see their influence in the blue eyed Bequians that have a strong tradition of building wooden sailing boats by hand. Stop by to see how these sea-worthy crafts are put together with the builder’s plans all in his head.
Experience the adventure of sailing aboard Sagittarius, a Privilege 65. It is in great condition with many refits, technical up grades and accessories. The 3 crew, ably led by Captain Cri, indulge up to 10 guests with great food and service in out of the way anchorages.
Lots of Fun to Have
Try “Mustique”, which was developed with villas by an English beer magnate for friends and relatives. Basil’s Bar on the water front is the popular watering hole for island residents and visiting yachtsmen. Or, onto the Tobago Keys where the diving and snorkeling are divine. Get lost for hours viewing tropical fish in this now protected reserve.
Options, Options, Options!
There are many options to choose from. Canaoun, Carriacou, Palm Island, Union Island, Petit St. Vincent, each with their own charms. Fly out of the small airport on Union Island or continue onto the big Spice Island of Grenada — don’t leave without the local nutmeg and chocolate so you can recreate your favorite tropical drinks at home.
The Perfect Caribbean Yacht Charter
- The Grenadines are perhaps the most beautiful islands in the entire Caribbean.
- The variety in size and population of the islands allows for a wide range of experiences.
- The international airport in St. Vincent has many direct flights, reducing yacht relocation costs.