Escape the cold winter weather and take a Grenadines sailing adventure! Let the trade winds guide you to 32 awe-inspiring islands, many still uninhabited. The professionals at the British Virgin Islands and Caribbean Yacht Charters will match you with the right charter yacht and crew and help you choose the best itinerary for your trip of a lifetime.
The Caribbean nation of St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) offers a unique combination of rainforest eco-adventures, spectacular scuba diving, classic Caribbean powder-white sand beaches, and fantastic yachting & sailing adventures!
SVG is a nation of 32 islands in the Lesser Antilles between St. Lucia (24 miles to the north) and Grenada (75 miles to the south). The largest and northernmost island is St. Vincent (about 133 square miles), a lush forest-covered mountainous interior dominated by La Soufriere, a 4,000ft tall active volcano.
The remaining Grenadines lie to the south of St. Vincent. Bequia, Mustique, Canouan, and Union Island are the largest and most populated. Young Island is a small private island right off the coast of Kingstown, the nation’s capital on St. Vincent. Smaller inhabited islands include Mayreau, Palm Island, and Petit St. Vincent. The Tobago Cays is a marine park located east of Mayreau. It is a collection of five tiny islands, sheltered lagoons, and coral reefs.
Whether deep sea diving, snorkeling, or on-land sightseeing interest you most. Your captain will organize a sailing itinerary that best suits your interests and desires. Our St Vincent and the Grenadines Sailing Itinerary is just a sample. All itineraries are customized based on weather and guest preferences. You can have everything from the island of Mustique to Salt Whistle Bay, Tobago Cays, and Bequia! Let us help make your Grenadines sailing adventure come true.
This depends on your schedule and what you wish to experience. If you wish to enjoy lots of sailing and seas, then chartering during winter would be best. Late May into summer and during November would be best for less wind and calmer seas. However, the weather is unpredictable, so you can enjoy windy days in the spring, summer, and fall.
Your captain and crew will be sure to plan an itinerary that suits your preferences, weather permitting.
During the winter, various small and larger sailboats, catamarans, and motor yachts sail the Grenadines. Many large yachts relocate to the Bahamas, the Mediterranean, and New England for the summer. However, many crewed catamarans relocate from the Virgin Islands from the end of July through to October. You could do a one-way charter from the Virgin Islands to the Grenadines or vice versa in October.