- Sail down to Moliniere Point
- Grab a mooring ball at another protected marine area
- Snorkel the Underwater Sculpture Park
- Dinner onboard (Suggestion: Fresh fish)
Grenada Yacht Charters
The nation of Grenada is a chain of several islands including Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The country gets its nickname as the Spice Isle because it is a leading producer of cinnamon, cloves, ginger, mace, allspice and nutmeg.
Beautiful beaches make up the coastline, including the 1.9 mile-long Grand Anse Beach in St. George Paris, which frequently appears in Top 10 lists of the world’s greatest beaches. The marine life is spectacular here and you’ll spot turtles, rays, dolphins and a spectrum of tropical fish on a Grenada yacht charter.
It’s easy to get involved in local culture with festivals and carnivals ashore or on the water with sailing weeks and regattas. Whether it’s relaxing on a deserted beach, swimming the corals, hiking rainforests or exploring centuries-old forts, Grenada radiates Caribbean soul with a Calypso beat.
When To Go
Grenada has a tropical climate which is warm all year round with temperatures between 72°F and 85ºF. Temperatures are cooler in the dry season, which lasts from December to May, when they are cooled by the trade winds. The rainy season is hot and humid.
Regions Worth Highlighting
Cruising into Carriacou, stop into the town of Hillsborough. Built on a wonderful beach, the town offers charming seaside dining and just a short walk from the docks.
If you’re seeking a taste of the local culture, be sure to stop into one of the many rum shops or watch the locals build boats by traditionally by eye on the beach. Before heading for Tyrrel Bay stop at Sandy Island for lunch, great snorkeling spot, sunbathing, beachcombing and to chill out.
Cruise over to Petit Martinique, Grenada’s northern most island. It’s a great place to come ashore to replenish water, alcohol, ice and more.
For great snorkeling and exploring, Fota and Petite Dominique are within range of a seaworthy dinghy. Be sure to stop at Mopion for lunch on your way! Mopion is surrounded by amazing reefs to dive, and is known as the world’s smallest island with a structure.
The five deserted isles of the Tobago Cays are the jewels of Tobago Cays Marine Park, which comprises the surrounding waters as well. Horseshoe Reef nearly encircles the four main cays, and beyond its protective embrace is Petit Tabac.
One of the premier snorkeling and diving locales within the Grenadines, and the entire Windward chain, for that matter, it’s no surprise that Tobago Cays cruising is a highlight of exploring these waters.
What Will a Charter in Grenada Look Like?
Day 1 – Marina/Grand Anse Beach
Day 2 – Grand Anse Beach/Halifax Harbor
Day 3 – Halifax Harbor/Tyrell Bay
Day 4 – Tyrell Bay/Petit St. Vincent
Day 5 – Petit St. Vincent/Sandy Island
Day 6 – Sandy Island/Moliniere Point
Day 7 – LTD Sailing Dock/ Secret Harbor Marina
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