Explore Saint Vincent and the Grenadines!
A Possible yacht itinerary sailing the Grenadines for a week could go as
Bequia, spend first night on board. Dinner
Explore Bequia's charming
village, buy souvenirs and postcards. set sail to Mustique, about 3 hours.
Very pretty island, manicured to perfection for the rich and famous. Hence a
hefty mooring fee of $80. Good snorkeling in calm water, visit famous
Macaroni Beach and of course have a sunset drink in well known Basil's bar.
Dinner on board.
Briefly go ashore
maybe to go to the classy boutiques (crew will go anyway to dispose of
garbage and buy ice).
Then sail to Tobago Cays, about 3 1/2 hours. Fantastic clear waters, even
after 20 years visiting we are still overwhelmed by the colors. Have lunch
and swim/snorkel with Turtles, visit one of the beaches, take pictures from
the little hill, maybe see iguanas if you look carefully! Meet one of the
friendly (floating Boutique) vendors/shopping assistants to the crew, you
might want to buy a T-shirt. Dinner on board.
After another swim with the turtles, and maybe a stingray or two, visit the
beautiful colorful coral reef and watch the abundance of fish. After lunch
sail to PSV (Petit St. Vincent), a private island resort. About 1 hour.
Beautiful beach and bars.
Dinner on board.
By now we'll need
some water, beers and maybe fuel, so we go next door to PM. Have lunch
ashore in the charming restaurant. After lunch sail to Union Island, 1 hour,
visit Happy Island by dinghy. Dinner on board.
This is the place for the crew to restock vegetables, bread, ice, so we all
go ashore and explore. Then we sail to Mayreau, Salt Whistle Bay, the
prettiest beach/bay of the Grenadines. Have lunch there and late afternoon
move the yacht to Saline Bay. Guests may want to walk there, you'll go up
the hill to the charming church, which offers a fantastic view over the
Grenadines, and walk down to see the yacht anchored at yet another beautiful
beach! Dinner ashore at Dennis'
back to Bequia, this is the longest sail of the trip, but by now you should
have your sea legs. About 5 hours. Disembark.
Of course, as mentioned, if you are unsure about
spending that long on a boat shorter itineraries can be suggested and
Contact us to find out