$1999 / Per Person

14 Day Caribbean Yachting – Grenada

from $3,999pp

Caribbean - Yachting
Day 1 :
  • Start your trip by sailing from St. George's to Hog Island, which is a small island off the southwest coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 2 :
  • Sail to the island of Carriacou, which is located about 20 nautical miles north of Grenada. Carriacou is known for its beautiful beaches and laid-back vibe. You can anchor your boat in Tyrell Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 3 :
  • Sail to Petit Martinique, which is a small island located about 3 nautical miles north of Carriacou. Petit Martinique is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 4 :
  • Sail to Union Island, which is located about 10 nautical miles north of Petit Martinique. Union Island is part of the Grenadines, and it's known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water. You can anchor your boat in Clifton Harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 5 :
  • Sail to Mayreau, which is a small island located about 7 nautical miles north of Union Island. Mayreau is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in Saltwhistle Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 6 :
  • Sail to Tobago Cays, which is a group of small uninhabited islands located about 5 nautical miles north of Mayreau. Tobago Cays is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in the protected lagoon and enjoy the scenery.
Day 7 :
  • Sail to Palm Island, which is a small private island located about 10 nautical miles north of Tobago Cays. Palm Island is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 8 :
  • Sail back to Union Island, where you can anchor your boat in Chatham Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 9 :
  • Sail to Isle de Ronde, which is a small uninhabited island located about 20 nautical miles west of Union Island. Isle de Ronde is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 10 :
  • Sail back to Grenada, where you can anchor your boat in Prickly Bay and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area.
Day 11 :
  • Sail to Grand Anse, which is a popular tourist destination located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. Grand Anse is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 12 :
  • Grand Anse to Dragon Bay, which is a secluded cove located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 13 :
  • Sail to Gouyave, which is a fishing village located on the western coast of Grenada. Gouyave is known for its fish market and it's a great spot to buy fresh seafood. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 14 :
  • Sail back to St. George's, which is the capital city of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area and enjoy the nightlife. Alternatively, you can spend the day exploring the city and visiting some of the popular tourist spots, such as Fort George or the Grenada National Museum.
Day 1 :
  • Start your trip by sailing from St. George's to Hog Island, which is a small island off the southwest coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 2 :
  • Sail to the island of Carriacou, which is located about 20 nautical miles north of Grenada. Carriacou is known for its beautiful beaches and laid-back vibe. You can anchor your boat in Tyrell Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 3 :
  • Sail to Petit Martinique, which is a small island located about 3 nautical miles north of Carriacou. Petit Martinique is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 4 :
  • Sail to Union Island, which is located about 10 nautical miles north of Petit Martinique. Union Island is part of the Grenadines, and it's known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water. You can anchor your boat in Clifton Harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 5 :
  • Sail to Mayreau, which is a small island located about 7 nautical miles north of Union Island. Mayreau is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in Saltwhistle Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 6 :
  • Sail to Tobago Cays, which is a group of small uninhabited islands located about 5 nautical miles north of Mayreau. Tobago Cays is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in the protected lagoon and enjoy the scenery.
Day 7 :
  • Sail to Palm Island, which is a small private island located about 10 nautical miles north of Tobago Cays. Palm Island is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 8 :
  • Sail back to Union Island, where you can anchor your boat in Chatham Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 9 :
  • Sail to Isle de Ronde, which is a small uninhabited island located about 20 nautical miles west of Union Island. Isle de Ronde is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 10 :
  • Sail back to Grenada, where you can anchor your boat in Prickly Bay and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area.
Day 11 :
  • Sail to Grand Anse, which is a popular tourist destination located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. Grand Anse is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 12 :
  • Grand Anse to Dragon Bay, which is a secluded cove located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 13 :
  • Sail to Gouyave, which is a fishing village located on the western coast of Grenada. Gouyave is known for its fish market and it's a great spot to buy fresh seafood. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 14 :
  • Sail back to St. George's, which is the capital city of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area and enjoy the nightlife. Alternatively, you can spend the day exploring the city and visiting some of the popular tourist spots, such as Fort George or the Grenada National Museum.
Q: Can you give me general pricing breakdown and information?
A: Here is a quick snapshot of the costs you should expect to pay. ----- Boats generally range from $4k-14k depending on the size and type ----- Skipper approx - $1.5k for the week ----- Chef/Hostess approx - $1.2k for the week ----- Half board meals(2 meals a day) approx $50 per day per person(we recommend this) ----- Fuel cost varies based on how much you choose to sail vs motor and how much you use the generator. Expect it to be about $200-$600 for the week for a monohull and about $500-$1,000 for the bigger catamarans ----- For parties that want just the boat and skipper you should expect to pay about $2k per person for parties of 4 or more and about $2.5-3k per person if you want the works.
Q: What time can we board the ship?
A: Generally it's a 4pm boarding time on the day your trip starts.  We can request an early check-in and sometimes there is a charge for that.  You'll most likely spend the night in the marina and leave the following morning early on your journey.
Q: What time do we depart the boat on our last day?
A: 9am and you will most likely arrive back in port the night before.
Q: Do we have to stick to the itinerary?
A: No, the itinerary is just a suggestion.  You will discuss with your captain what you'd like to do and many times they know a lot more hidden gems.  You're welcome to stay as little or as long at any stop.
Q: How do we book activities?
A: We can always help you with that.  We found most of the time we liked to be flexible and not stick to a hard schedule so much of the time travelers figure out what they want to do when they get there.
Q: Can we scuba dive off the boat?
A: This varies from vendor to vendor but most of the time it's not a great idea.  It's best to plan ahead and go with an instructor on the island.
Q: We have pre and post travel we want to book.  Can you help with that?
A: Yes, reach out directly to us and we can handle the rest of your journey, including flights.
Q: How do we get to and from the boat?
A: Most of the time your transfer are included(see what's included) and we will need your flight or hotel information.
Q: How does food work?
A: If you add a chef and meals to your itinerary the chef will prepare them for you.  There are two choices, half board(2 meals a day) and full board(3 meals).  We suggest half board as you will most likely eat at least one meal on the island.
Q: Are tips included?
A: No, feel free to tip as you feel is deserved.
Q: How does the fuel cost work?
A: It depends on use.  Think of it like a car rental.  You fill as needed.  Depending on the size of the boat will depend how much it burns, but sailboats generally don't use much.   You should estimate an extra $100-$150 USD per person per week.
Day 1 :
  • Start your trip by sailing from St. George's to Hog Island, which is a small island off the southwest coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 2 :
  • Sail to the island of Carriacou, which is located about 20 nautical miles north of Grenada. Carriacou is known for its beautiful beaches and laid-back vibe. You can anchor your boat in Tyrell Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 3 :
  • Sail to Petit Martinique, which is a small island located about 3 nautical miles north of Carriacou. Petit Martinique is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 4 :
  • Sail to Union Island, which is located about 10 nautical miles north of Petit Martinique. Union Island is part of the Grenadines, and it's known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water. You can anchor your boat in Clifton Harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 5 :
  • Sail to Mayreau, which is a small island located about 7 nautical miles north of Union Island. Mayreau is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in Saltwhistle Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 6 :
  • Sail to Tobago Cays, which is a group of small uninhabited islands located about 5 nautical miles north of Mayreau. Tobago Cays is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in the protected lagoon and enjoy the scenery.
Day 7 :
  • Sail to Palm Island, which is a small private island located about 10 nautical miles north of Tobago Cays. Palm Island is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 8 :
  • Sail back to Union Island, where you can anchor your boat in Chatham Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 9 :
  • Sail to Isle de Ronde, which is a small uninhabited island located about 20 nautical miles west of Union Island. Isle de Ronde is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 10 :
  • Sail back to Grenada, where you can anchor your boat in Prickly Bay and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area.
Day 11 :
  • Sail to Grand Anse, which is a popular tourist destination located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. Grand Anse is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 12 :
  • Grand Anse to Dragon Bay, which is a secluded cove located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 13 :
  • Sail to Gouyave, which is a fishing village located on the western coast of Grenada. Gouyave is known for its fish market and it's a great spot to buy fresh seafood. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 14 :
  • Sail back to St. George's, which is the capital city of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area and enjoy the nightlife. Alternatively, you can spend the day exploring the city and visiting some of the popular tourist spots, such as Fort George or the Grenada National Museum.
Day 1 :
  • Start your trip by sailing from St. George's to Hog Island, which is a small island off the southwest coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 2 :
  • Sail to the island of Carriacou, which is located about 20 nautical miles north of Grenada. Carriacou is known for its beautiful beaches and laid-back vibe. You can anchor your boat in Tyrell Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 3 :
  • Sail to Petit Martinique, which is a small island located about 3 nautical miles north of Carriacou. Petit Martinique is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 4 :
  • Sail to Union Island, which is located about 10 nautical miles north of Petit Martinique. Union Island is part of the Grenadines, and it's known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water. You can anchor your boat in Clifton Harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 5 :
  • Sail to Mayreau, which is a small island located about 7 nautical miles north of Union Island. Mayreau is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in Saltwhistle Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 6 :
  • Sail to Tobago Cays, which is a group of small uninhabited islands located about 5 nautical miles north of Mayreau. Tobago Cays is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming. You can anchor your boat in the protected lagoon and enjoy the scenery.
Day 7 :
  • Sail to Palm Island, which is a small private island located about 10 nautical miles north of Tobago Cays. Palm Island is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 8 :
  • Sail back to Union Island, where you can anchor your boat in Chatham Bay and take a walk to the nearby beaches or visit one of the local bars and restaurants.
Day 9 :
  • Sail to Isle de Ronde, which is a small uninhabited island located about 20 nautical miles west of Union Island. Isle de Ronde is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 10 :
  • Sail back to Grenada, where you can anchor your boat in Prickly Bay and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area.
Day 11 :
  • Sail to Grand Anse, which is a popular tourist destination located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. Grand Anse is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water, and it's a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.
Day 12 :
  • Grand Anse to Dragon Bay, which is a secluded cove located on the southwestern coast of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the protected bay and enjoy some snorkeling or diving. In the evening, you can have a beach barbecue and enjoy the sunset.
Day 13 :
  • Sail to Gouyave, which is a fishing village located on the western coast of Grenada. Gouyave is known for its fish market and it's a great spot to buy fresh seafood. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants.
Day 14 :
  • Sail back to St. George's, which is the capital city of Grenada. You can anchor your boat in the harbor and take a walk to the nearby shops and restaurants. In the evening, you can have a meal at one of the many restaurants in the area and enjoy the nightlife. Alternatively, you can spend the day exploring the city and visiting some of the popular tourist spots, such as Fort George or the Grenada National Museum.

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