St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Explore these Robinson Crusoe islands with soft white sand, turquoise seas and spectacular coral reefs. The Grenadines are undeveloped and unspoiled. Nightlife is conspicuous by its absence, peace and solitude are unsurpassed, and the dress code - like the lifestyle - ranges from informal to barefoot casual.

The Grenadines lie directly to the west of Barbados just south of St Lucia and to the north of Grenada. 
Forming the southernmost section of the 400 mile long island chain know as the Lesser Antilles.

Sailing distances between each of the Grenadine islands are short - anything between 45 minutes and 5 hrs.

Regular trade winds of between 10 to 25 knots combine with the gentle currents to create near perfect sailing conditions.

St. Vincent & The Grenadines yacht charter itinerary

Day1: Martinique to St. Lucia

Martinique is the incredible tropical island where you'll have a unique opportunity to enjoy French culture with a Caribbean charm. Martinique is more relaxed than the Caribbean islands to the north and more sophisticated than the islands to the south. They call it the "Paris" of the Caribbean and with two good reasons for that: shopping on the Rue Victor Hugo, the main shopping street of its capital Fort-de-France, and culinary art, amazing mix of African, Indian, European and Caribbean flavors

Day 2: St. Lucia to Bequia 

Bequia is famous for its small colorful houses, the Rasta market with local fruits and vegetables, the small colonial style restaurants and the vibrant nightlife.

It has all the charm and qualities of the old Caribbean. Friendly people, natural beauty, and island charm make Bequia a very special place. 

Day 3: St. Bequia to Canouan 

Canouan is a pretty interesting place for both its historical and beauty reasons. The quiet, hilly island is said to have some of the most beautiful beaches in the Grenadines and is located in the midst of one of the best tropical cruising grounds in the world. It was one of the last islands to be settled by Europeans because of its mountainous and heavily forested geography.

Day 4: Canouan to Mayreau

In Mayreau is a small local community of around 200 people who live in the hill top village of Old Wall. The village has commanding views across the rest of the island and both ways, north and south, of the other islands in the Grenadines. Old Wall has only had electricity since 2002 and until recently almost the entire population were employed either fishing or farming. Now there are several bars and restaurants where locals and visitors mix most evenings.

Day 5: Mayreau to Tobago Cays

Imagine an intimate cluster of five uninhabited cays, heavenly lagoons full of green turtles, coral reefs, colourful fishes and crystal clear waters. An idyllic yachting anchorage, a dream for snorekling, a paradise for beachcombers, and a film location for Pirates of the Caribbean, the Tobago Cays and the Tobago Cays Marine Park is one of the world's most awe inspiring island destinations.

Day 6: Tobago Cays to Palm Island, Palm Island to Petit St. Vincent

Discover an exclusive private island resort with powder white sand beaches, turquoise seas, swaying coconut palms and unsurpassed beauty and seclusion. With an emphasis on tranquillity, privacy and luxury, Palm Island is an esoteric refuge for those seeking an exclusive Caribbean escape.

Day 7: Petit St. Vincent to Union Island

Time for a last swim on one of the Union Island's beaches and a final morning of relaxation before you leave the yacht and start your return journey home.

You can fly from Union Island to the island of St. Vincent, Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia, Martinique or Trinidad. From these locations there are many daily connecting international flights.

Gallery of The Grenadines