The island of Grenada, sharing its name with the Caribbean country it belongs to, is a colonial town, peaceful paradise and enthralling sister-islands in a single package. Blending the triple charms of glowing hills, glimmering waterfront and vibrant township, Grenada easily gains monikers such as Fruit Island or Beach Island – but none as fitting as the title of Spice Island for its overwhelming nutmeg aroma.

Grenada is first a foremost a place of natural wonders. Coral-shaded waters surround the coast, which bears eight marinas as portal to the Grenadine Islands. Carriacou’s Anse La Roche beach brings you to the reefs on foot, resting at the feet of the High North Range. For more secluded beaches, Dusquene Bay, Grooms Beach and La Sagesse Beach offer tree-protected sand strips and calm waters; Lance Aux Epines Beach is another serene space home to private villas and exquisite cottages.

The wonders of aquatic fun aren’t restricted to purely swimming and sand-castle building either. Take a dive or snorkel at St. George for the scenic Underwater Sculpture Park. Over 80 pieces of art work is now being absorbed by coral growth, flourishing into new playgrounds for fish and sponges.

Grenada is also home to a steep 1900-feet and counting mountain peak – the entrance to Grand Etang Natural Park. Misty landscapes circle a lake to allow for hikes, waterfall swims, lake-side activities and more outdoor fun. Once you’ve had your fill of nature, follow your nose to Grenada’s heritage trade: nutmeg processing at a worn-down factory.

Expect mostly hot and humid weather throughout the year, with a drop in temperature from January to mid-April. This relatively cool phase is a good time for sailing plans as northeast trade winds blow in at moderate intensity. We suggest you avoid visiting from mid-summer to December as rainfall is prominent. Tropical storms and hurricanes also occur in the latter period.

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Yacht Charter Grenada

We can offer a large fleet of Yachts from the exotic Charter destination of Grenada. A Fleet of Monohulls from 39 to 50ft from Bavaria & Jeanneau along with Catamarans from 38 to 60ft from Lagoon & Fountain Pajot. Models include the popular Lagoon 450 and the Astrea 42.

Name Length Currency Max Min
Sunreef 62 - Sparrow 62 ft LOA 24,900 22,000
Sunreef 60 Power Cat 60 ft LOA $ 39,900 32,500
Sun Odyssey 519 52 ft LOA 9,515 4,105
Sun Odyssey 49i 49ft LOA 5,490 4,100
Sun Odyssey 44i 44ft LOA $ 4,490 2,990
Sun Odyssey 449 46 ft LOA 5,095 2,730
Sun Odyssey 379 37ft LOA 2,995 1,790
Saona 47 47 ft LOA 18,890 4,690
Salina 48 Catamaran 48ft LOA 8,900 3,810
Privilege 615 62 ft LOA 19,950 14,900
Oceanis 51.1 51 ft LOA 12,875 4,235
Oceanis 48 48ft LOA 8,575 3,705
Oceanis 45 45ft LOA $ 9,095 3,355
Oceanis 43 43ft LOA 5,200 2,900
Oceanis 41.1 41 ft LOA 8,175 2,805
Nautitech 40 Open 40 ft LOA 7,182 4,074
M/Y Ziacanaia 86 ft LOA $ 39,900 36,000
Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40 40 ft LOA 10,240 2,880
Lipari 41 39ft LOA 6,395 3,000
Lagoon Seventy 7 77 ft LOA $ 89,900 80,000
Lagoon 620 62ft LOA 39,900 23,394
Lagoon 52 52ft LOA 25,290 9,160
Lagoon 50 50ft LOA 21,975 6,945
Lagoon 46 46 ft LOA 12,000 5,900
Lagoon 450 with Crew 45ft LOA 9,990 4,465
Lagoon 450 45ft LOA 8,402 4,780
Lagoon 42 42 ft LOA 14,750 3,900
Lagoon 40 11.74 Meter LOA 5,790 3,680
Lagoon 39 39 ft LOA 8,695 2,450
Ipanema 58 58 ft LOA 32,900 25,500
Helia 44 44ft LOA 16,820 4,785
Elba 45 Catamaran 44ft LOA 13,550 5,865
Dufour 560 56 ft LOA 9,445 4,020
Dufour 520 15.2 Meter LOA 11,960 4,120
Dufour 500 50 ft LOA 10,590 2,470
Dufour 460 46 ft LOA 9,290 3,410
Dufour 455 45ft LOA 4,200 2,330
Dufour 430 GL 43 ft LOA 7,695 2,485
Dufour 425 42ft LOA 4,975 1,860
Dufour 412 41 ft LOA 6,930 2,235
Dufour 405 40ft LOA 4,380 1,730
Catana 47 Carbon 47 ft LOA 6,690 3,500
Catana 42 42 ft LOA 9,280 3,295
Bali 5.4 54 ft LOA 28,095 10,250
Bali 4.6 Catamaran 46 ft LOA 17,690 4,590
Bali 4.5 Catamaran 45 ft LOA 17,160 4,265
Bali 4.3 Catamaran 43 ft LOA 13,675 3,500
Bali 4.1 Catamaran 41 ft LOA 14,750 3,900
Bali 4.0 Catamaran 40 ft LOA 12,790 3,260
Astréa 42 Catamaran 41 ft LOA 8,174 4,635

Day 1

Board the Yacht, complete Check in and buy some Provisions. Explore Grenada.

Day 2

Sail to the beautiful Tyrrel Bay, Carriacou. Anchor amongst the local fishing boats and enjoy a stroll ashore and experience one of the many rum shops. The Carriacou Yacht Club offers a friendly welcome to visitors. Complete customs and sail to Sandy Island for the Evening.

Day 3

After Breakfast take a swim at Sandy Island, a flawless piece of sand with no more than half a dozen palm trees. Watch the pelicans performing aerobatics around your boat as you eat. After breakfast, sail over to Union Island and complete check in formalities for St. Vincent at Clifton Harbour. Continue around to the West of Union Island and drop anchor at Chatham Bay for the evening.

Day 4

Sail to the delightful Salt Whistle Bay, anchor early and enjoy an afternoon at this tranquil treasure trove with swimming and beachcombing or taking a invigorating walk up the hill to view the spectacular sight of the Tobago Cays to the East.

Day 5

Enjoy a nice breakfast and take a short sail to Tobago Cays and one of the highlights of your trip. Snorkel the reef, swimming with turtles and explore by dinghy, or just stay on board and marvel at the natural beauty of the Tobago Cays.

Day 6

After Breakfast, sail back to Clifton for check out, then head for the west side of stunning Petit St Vincent for an evening snorkel and dinner aboard or on the beach.

Day 7

Sail southbound to the wonderful Prickly Bay, Grenada for the last night and enjoy the extended happy hour at Prickly Bay marina before dinner back aboard your boat or one of the Restaurants ashore.

Day 8

Early breakfast then Sail around Salines Point at the Southern tip of the island in preparation for your arrival back at the Marina. Check-out from the boat and enjoy a few hours on Grand Anse beach, or shop in St Georges at the markets before heading to the airport - which is a 15 minute Transfer.


An average of 3 hrs per day, some days longer

Grenada Yacht Charter

Base Name: St Georges

Port Name: St Georges