“You Make the Memories, We’ll Make the Arrangements”
Motor Yacht Lady Sharon Gayle

Enjoy cruising Grenada and the islands of the Grenadines on a Grenada motor yacht charter. Grenada is part of the Windward Island group, including Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines. This slice of paradise is an item you should check off your “bucket list.”

Grenada Beach

Grenada lies in the southernmost part of the Windward Islands and offers many routes. This island gem is an inviting combination of old English and French settlements—also, historic forts, rich culture, and delightful local foods. Nicknamed the Isle of Spice, Grenada is a dream destination for your yacht charter escape.

Explore over 20 islands on a yacht in Grenada, from 18th-century towns to small villages and isolated cays.

Places to See and Things to Do on a Grenada Motor Yacht Charter

Indulge in countless activities and places to see on a Grenada motor yacht charter. Just a few include:


Grande Anse Beach, close to St. George’s, the capital of Grenada, is the island’s most popular and longest beach. In addition, there are 44 more beaches you can visit during a Grenada yacht charter.

Or snorkel or scuba dive in the Tobago Cays Marine Park in St. Vincent and The Grenadines. Explore a wide variety of fish, turtles, and other marine life.

Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina, outside St George’s, is one of the top marinas in the Caribbean yacht charter. It nestles a wide range of vessels, from superyachts to smaller boats.

Island-Hopping Adventure

Cruise to Grenada’s sister island of Carriacou. Pristine beaches like Paradise Bay and Tyrell Bay offer snorkeling delights and laid-back charm. Continue onto Petite Martinique, a tiny island with a rich fishing heritage, captivating tranquility, and trading history.

Dive into the vibrant culture of Carriacou’s Hillsborough, where colorful houses whisper tales of colonial history. Each island unfolds like a hidden treasure, revealing its own unique character and story.

Explore more of the Island before ‘or after your yacht charter by staying at one of the Grenada Resorts, from the luxury boutique properties to the large beachfront resorts like Sandals or Silver Sands. All offer a great place for solitude and privacy during your luxury yacht charter vacation.

Other Islands you might visit when chartering from Grenada in the West Indies are:

  • Union Island, St. Vincent and The Grenadines
  • Palm Island offers a white sand beach, bar, and restaurant.
  • Petit St. Vincent is exclusive, with a fee to visit the bar and restaurant.
  • Canouan is where the billionaires go to escape the millionaires. Canouan has an excellent marina and a golf course.
  • Mustique has beautiful villas, beaches, and the famous Basil’s Bar and Restaurant.

Historic Sights

Belmont Estate, a working cocoa plantation with a delightful restaurant, is an experience. Westerhall Estate, the Grenada National Museum, and Fort Frederick have tales of Grenada’s rich past.

And hike to Fort George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and take in stunning panoramic views of the island.

Grab a chance to visit the River Antoine Rum Distillery, the oldest rum distillery in the Caribbean. Explore the rich flavors and heritage of these locally-made rums.

Parks and Waterfalls | Grenada Motor Yacht Charter

The Underwater Sculpture Park, off the coast of Grenada, is a place for snorkelers and divers. Witness various marine life, including fish, turtles, and coral reefs. 

Grand Etang Lake and National Park are worth visiting – home to over 150 species of birds, in addition to Turfton and Seven Sisters Waterfalls. Hike to the top of the falls for breathtaking views or dip in the cool water.

Furthermore, swim, dive, or hike in Concord Falls. Note that there’s a challenging hike on the second and third waterfalls.

Levera National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, such as leatherback turtles. Moreover, yacht charters in Grenada let you see the turtles nesting on the beach.

Markets and other sights

Grenada’s Spice Market is world famous. In addition, the country exports its spices around the world. And also known as Spice Island. So make sure to try some curries bursting with vibrant spices, stews, and other dishes in Grenada.

Freshly caught seafood, locally sourced spices, and tropical fruits come together in delectable dishes. These reflect the culinary traditions of Grenada and its neighbors. Every meal is an opportunity to satisfy your taste buds and immerse yourself in the local culture.

In addition, visit the chocolate and rum factories on the island. Chocolate is another island export.

So, learn the art of chocolate making at a local plantation. Generations of expertise transform cocoa beans into rich, decadent treats.

More Than a Vacation

Relax on the sundeck, feeling the Caribbean breeze caress your skin. Or gather in the inviting lounge for laughter and shared stories. Indeed, every moment aboard your luxurious vessel is bliss. Whether you unwind with a tropical cocktail or indulge in a gourmet meal prepared by your onboard chef.

Your Grenada motor yacht charter is a chance to reconnect with loved ones. So, create lasting memories and discover the magic of the Caribbean. Imagine sharing laughter under starlit skies, exchanging stories on secluded beaches, and savoring moments of pure tranquility.

A dedicated crew ensures your journey is seamless, from navigating hidden coves to arranging island excursions. They can share knowledge that will enrich your yachting experience. It comes with cultural and personal insights.

However, a bareboat charter in Grenada can be an option.

What Type of Motor Yachts can you charter from Grenada?

From luxurious large motor yachts to more intimate small yachts and efficient power catamarans, there’s something for everyone.

Large motor yachts, often equipped with spacious decks, multiple cabins, and luxurious amenities. They provide the epitome of opulence on the water.

For those seeking a more intimate or budget-friendly option, smaller yachts provide a cozy yet stylish alternative. These vessels often feature well-appointed cabins, intimate living areas, and outdoor spaces perfect for enjoying the stunning Caribbean scenery.

Power catamarans offer stability, spacious deck, and fuel efficiency. Also, with wide beams and multiple hulls, making it an excellent choice for families or groups looking to explore the islands in style and comfort.

During winter, Grenada offers different motor yacht charters, catering to the influx of visitors seeking relaxation in the Caribbean. However, come summer, many of these yachts relocate to popular yachting areas. Middle Sea, New England, and the Bahamas are a few of the destinations.

Whether it’s a winter escape in Grenada or a summer adventure in distant waters, chartering a motor yacht offers the ultimate in luxury, freedom, and adventure on the high seas.

The Grenada Motor Yacht Charter Experience

Grenada offers plenty of coastal cruising areas in the Caribbean Sea. However, there are also lots of longer open-water passages for motoring. This is the most exciting aspect of cruising around Grenada, as you still have the same short, line-of-sight passages as the BVI’s.

Whether on a long stretch or going from anchorage to anchorage, you’ll still have plenty of time to mingle with friends and family onboard. Each new stop will greet you with a variety of pristine white sand beaches with a variety of personalities.

What better way to visit Grenada and its sister islands than onboard a Grenada motor yacht charter?

€2,000,000 - €2,200,000 /wk
  • 22 Cabins
  • 349.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 1997
€875,000 /wk
  • 8 Cabins
  • 279.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 2019
$770,000 - $875,000 /wk
  • 6 Cabins
  • 257.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 2011
€247,650 - €342,000 /wk
  • 36 Cabins
  • 223.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 2012
€120,000 /wk
  • 11 Cabins
  • 224.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 1971
€480,000 - €550,000 /wk
  • 6 Cabins
  • 217.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 2014

Contact us at 1-321-777-1707 or complete this form to discuss your vacation plans.