Explore the magic of the Windward Islands on this St-Vincent to Grenada Sailing itinerary. The Grenadines are a pure tropical paradise. They are a string of emerald volcanic islands that stretch south to Grenada. Experience the best on a chartered yacht. White-sand peaceful beaches, palm-lined bays, unspoiled nature. And colorful marine life is waiting for you, your family, and your friends.
Are you ready to dive, snorkel, kayak, windsurf, hike, and explore even more? Be enamored by the classic Caribbean charm, so many other islands have already lost. Not to mention, life moves at a slower pace here.
This eight-day St-Vincent to Grenada Sailing Itinerary is a sample that allows you to thoroughly explore this area. The 32 stunningly beautiful small islands and cays of The Grenadines and some of Grenada. This is only a guide. Weather conditions and your personal preferences might require a different route. Before your charter commences, you will have ample time to get acquainted with your crew.
Your captain will assess your priorities and desired activities. He will then design the perfect itinerary for you. Your private chef will create a menu to your specifications. Both want you and your guests to have a fantastic week onboard.
After arriving on St-Vincent and on a very short drive, you will meet the captain and crew at Blue Lagoon Marina. This will feel like you have known each other for a long time already.
After all, you have been in communication many times lately. Moreover, the crew is aware of your expectations now. After a brief safety meeting, you will sail for about 2 – 3 hours past the breathtaking La Soufrière volcano to Admiralty Bay, Bequia.
This old-school Caribbean vestige is an island without traffic or shopping malls. And no casinos or mega-resorts. But idyllic beaches tucked away in charming coves. Excellent for snorkelling, diving, and kayaking. Bequia is “The Big Little Island” with so much to do.
After an action-packed day on Bequia, enjoy sitting on the flybridge. With a cocktail, and be amazed by the sunset. Then savor your first dinner aboard. Created specifically to your preference by your chef.
After a magnificent breakfast, another minor miracle created by your yacht’s chef, you will sail eight nautical miles to Brittania Bay in Mustique. This island is home to one of the world’s most glamorous resorts, without casinos and super-sized hotels. A sophisticated and wealthy clientele is attracted to this paparazzi-free refuge. When you arrive on your chartered yacht, you will feel like royalty on Mustique. This island’s prominent guests could be anybody from Paul McCartney to the Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge with their children. As well as Johnny Depp and Bill Gates. And finally, you could dance next to them at Basil’s tonight.
Spend the night aboard, enjoying more time in the glorious Grenadines yet.
After watching a glorious sunrise this morning, you will be served a delightful breakfast. You will sail about 18 – 22 nautical miles to the Tobago Cays. Relax on the trampoline while sailing south for approximately 3 hours.
This destination is indeed one of the most beautiful anchorages in the Caribbean. The Tobago Cays, and the Tobago Cays Marine Park, are among the world’s most awe-inspiring island destinations. An enormous horseshoe reef protects this anchorage. With no restaurants or bars, this is the perfect spot for a delightful picnic the chef prepared for you. Now you are starting to notice a difference in the color of the water: brilliant, crystal blue.
The Tobago Cays, with their crystal clear turquoise waters, are so beautiful you might never want to leave.
The chef might prepare the freshest, best lobster you have ever tasted tonight.
You might not want to ever leave the Tobago Cays. If you would like to, after breakfast, swim or snorkel more in the fantastic, inviting crystal clear waters. Then the captain will sail your chartered yacht, less than an hour, to the smallest inhabited island in the Grenadines, Mayreau.
Another day of adventure awaits as you make your way to Petit St Vincent. It is a short sail this morning. As you approach Petite St Vincent, you will notice this tiny spit of sand. A grass umbrella hut is the only structure. This is the iconic tropical island of Mopion. Indeed well worth a short visit to take some photos of your group under the grass hut.
Petit St Vincent is a privately owned island resort. It consists of soft rolling hills spread over 113 acres. Surrounded mainly by two miles of white sand beaches. Guests of passing yachts are certainly welcome to come ashore. In addition, you can visit the resort’s restaurants and spa. The crew of your yacht will be able to make arrangements.
Spa – You will want to engage in the ultimate in relaxation: Spa treatments in 4 open-air and optionally air-conditioned treatment rooms. Or participate in a yoga session, or meditate in these calm surroundings.
After relaxing in the Spa, have a pleasant lunch at the Beach Restaurant and Bar. An open-air restaurant located right on the beach.
This morning sail 12 nautical miles from Petit St Vincent to Carriacou/Grenada. See the alluring island of Petit Martinique in the distance while reclining on the trampoline. You are on your way to Tyrell Bay in Carriacou/ Grenada. This island is known as the “Isle of Reefs.” And is recognized as the friendliest and safest island in the Caribbean. You will find some of the most unspoiled coral reefs in the region. As a result, most dive sites are ideal for all levels of divers and snorkelers.
After a very active day on Carriacou, you savor dinner onboard your yacht. Watch a stunning sunset and listen to the soft crashing of the waves in the background.
This morning the captain will sail the yacht for about 5 hours to Dragon Bay in Grenada. If conditions allow, have the crew point out “Kick’Em Jenny” to you along the way. This is an active submerged volcano. Buried 591 feet below the water. Unknown until 1939. When it shot steam and debris some 900 feet up into the air, you will reach Grenada’s Dragon Bay at about midday.
Wake up to a spectacular sunrise over this Grenadian bay. Let your chef pamper you one last time with an incredible variety of delicious fresh food. After breakfast, it will be a short sail to the port of St George, the picturesque capital of Grenada. There might be time to enjoy Grand Anse Beach. Grenada’s signature beach. A silky stretch of sheltered white powdery sand.
Sadly, it is now time to say goodbye to your excellent crew. They were happy to accommodate you and your guests. And they sincerely hope that you are already planning your next crewed charter.
You should consider spending another day here on the “Isle of Spice.” We can assist with island tours and accommodations on this delightful island. A great way to finish your St-Vincent to Grenada Sailing Itinerary.
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