The Grenadines offer excellent sailing, with fast sailing between the islands and leisurely cruising too. You might choose to visit picturesque Bequia, spot stars in Mustique, or head for Tobago Cays for some outstanding snorkelling on the reef.
St Vincent: Our base is a 15 minute taxi ride from the airport. Your yacht can be provisioned in advance of your arrival, if you wish, or you can take a 5 minute taxi ride to the nearby supermarket. On your departure from the marina at the south of St Vincent it's a 9 mile broad reach south to Bequia.
Bequia: At Bequia (pronounced Beckwee) you can visit the waterfront bars at Port Elizabeth, stroll through the picturesque streets and admire the West Indian gingerbread buildings, or simply chill out at anchor in Admiralty bay! Heading down island you can either sail the 15 mile reach south west to Mustique or broad reach south to Canouan.
Mustique: The famous hideaway of royalty and rock stars. Head for happy hour at Basil's Bar', Britannia bay and watch the sunset.
Canouan: This hilly island is famous for its turtles. Drop your anchor off the Tamarind Beach Hotel and stroll ashore to explore this beautiful, secluded island.
Tobago Cays: You can anchor behind the reef in sheltered water take care not to drop the hook on the coral and get the snorkel gear out. This fabulous reef is a protected national park and a visit is a must! Make an early start as the reef is popular and can be busy, particularly in high season.
Union Island: At Clifton, the main town, you will find a good sheltered harbour. It is also an excellent place to stock up with fresh provisions and top up the water tanks.
Palm Island and Petit St Vincent: These two small, secluded islands have both established an enviable reputation as prestige hideaway resorts. Not surprisingly, they both maintain excellent, very exclusive, but casual restaurants. The islands also offer first class opportunities for snorkelling together with quiet, secluded anchorages.