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"The Spice Isle of the Caribbean“ is marvelous island that boasts of wonderful mounainous rainforests, rare tropical flowers and fantastic sandy beaches. A trip to Grenada wouldn't be complete without a visit to one of the spice plantations, rum distillieries or a ‘tree to bar tour’ to learn about the island's award-winning chocolate.
Of Grenada’s 45 beaches Grand Anse is the most celebrated and with a two-mile sweeping stretch of powder-soft sand that’s lapped by inviting Caribbean waters it isn’t hard to see why.
Best time to visit Grenada
The Caribbean has become a popular year-round destination with temperatures ranging between the high 20s and low 30s. The dry season is from December to June, while the wet season is from July to November when showers are likely and the humidity levels are high. What’s known as ‘hurricane season’ runs from June to November.
Grenada is known as an excellent area for sailing, in which one finds throughout the year good wind conditions and can anchor safely.
Why sail in Grenada?
Grenada has a bustling market square, historic forts, rum distilleries, spicy plantations and colorful coral reefs that constitute an exotic scenery. A visit to country´s inland offers impressive waterfalls, dense forests and hiking trails for the adventorous.
Attend the local event held across country´s vibrant locations for a memorable yacht charter experience. With a luxury yacht, a motorboat or catamaran skippered or bareboat you can explore the numerous coves and secluded bays of the exotic island country.
Rent a luxury yacht, sailboat or catamaran to experience the numerous coves and bays the heavenly landscape features. With luxury yacht or sailboat visit the other six exotic islands all featuring exotic beaches and azure waters.
Nearby are many renowned sailing destinations to visit like Saint Vincent where you can choose your own private island and have the most relaxing moments of your yacht charter sailing vacation. Tranquility and exotic scenery is what you get from the heavenly islands.
The capital city, St. George´s offers panoramic views of the Caribbean sea. The beautiful capital features stunning architecture and intriguing beaches. You can start your yacht charter sailing vacation from St. George´s lovely marina.
With an beautiful market, authentic local restaurants and beautiful sandy beaches, there is no wonder why luxury yachts and sailboats swarm in capital´s marina to begin a yacht charter vacation.
Visit St George's and the Saturday market for local produce and, of course, spices.
A smooth sail towards the northeastern Grenada leads you to Carriacou. The heavenly landscape features azure waters and scuba diving sites. Anchor near a sandy beach and have fun swimming or snorkeling. Enjoy the beautiful view from your yacht deck or find a hammock to relax. Either way, the exotic sailing destinations offers the most memorable times of a yacht charter trip in Grenada.
Carriacou is used by many amateur sailors as starting point for an extended cruise through the island of the Grenadines. Grenada offers a number of berths and mooring facilities and a growing number of dry docks and repair shops for small repairs to the ship.
Yachts should nor moor in the Grand Anse Bayor in the Carénage of Grenada and not anchor too close to the oster beds of Carriacou. Moreover, it is prohibited to anchor closer than 200 meters from the beaches of the three main islands. After all, the bathing guest are there to enjoy their holidays.
The largest town in the parish of St. John, Gouyave, offers a wonderful sailing experience. From there you can continue your yacht charter trip visiting pictoresque fishing villages where you can experience the relaxing local atmosphere.
During your yacht charter sailing holiday in Grenada you can´t miss the stunning beaches of:
- L´Anse Aux Epines
- Western poin
- True Blue