Yacht Charters in the Grenadines




The islands of St Vincent and the Grenadines offers sailors the opportunity to advance their skills while enjoying exhilarating passages to dreamy anchorages in the heart of the Southern Caribbean Sea where sparkling beaches, healthy reefs, and an uninterrupted pace of life is well worth the visit!

With direct flights from New York, Miami and Toronto to the new, multi-million dollar Argyle International Airport, travel to St Vincent and the Grenadines is more accessible than ever before. Island life here in St Vincent and the Grenadines is very much like it has been over the last several decades. While there are beautiful resorts tucked away on the more exclusive islands like Palm Island Resort, the Grenadines is still a destination that isn’t overbuilt with developments that crowd shorelines. Arrive here today and experience the same unspoiled terrain by yacht charter in the Grenadines.





Lying just south of the main island of St Vincent, Bequia boasts an idyllic, beautiful landscape with buildings that dot the island’s green hillsides. Just 7 square miles, Bequia is a popular sailing destination and home to many friendly locals and businessmen. There are a number of yacht charter companies in Bequia. The Bequia Yacht Club also offers sailing courses for aspiring sailors.




A short sail south of Bequia will guide you to the Grenadine island of Mustique. Here, you’ll find travelers of any budget sharing the best beach and bars in paradise! Be sure to stop by Basil’s Bar and Restaurant, a landmark on Mustique where generations of homeowners, guests, fishermen and yachts anchor, to watch the dazzling sunset and enjoy the local vibe.




Head further south, and you’ll find Canouan! This picturesque island is home to a number of hiking trails and a vibrant reef protected lagoon on the windward side. The snorkeling is amazing here! Canouan’s Tamarind Beach Hotel lies in the center of the island and boasts two lovely waterfront restaurants, and a gourmet deli for charter provisioning. You’ll find ample dock space at the Canouan Marina as well as a beach restaurant and moor-safe harbour.

Tobago Cays & Mayreau



The Tobago Cays are a gorgeous group of islets and cays surrounded by teeming tropical reefs and can found just a short sail away from Canouan. Yacht Charters typically stop here to explore the excellent Marine Park which is made up of preserved bird and turtle sanctuaries as well as protected dive and snorkel sites. You’ll find protected anchorage behind World’s End Reef. Just east of the Tobago Cays is Mayreau. The island’s Saline and Saltwhistle Bays offer even more shelter from the trade winds and boasts gorgeous halfmoon beaches. Head ashore and enjoy a fantastic lobster meal with the locals and visitors alike.

Union Island



Union Island is the most southern island of St Vincent and the Grenadines. Home to a number of people who call this island kite surfing paradise, it is also the last place to check out of customs and immigration before sailing further south. A number of day charters are available here and guests can treat themselves to a visit of the famous schooner, Scaramouche, featured in the Pirates of the Caribbean!

Grenada & Carriacou




Located just outside of the Hurricane Belt at the southernmost tip of the Windward Islands, Grenada's magnificent waters offers the perfect gateway to the Grenadines. Its topography creates ideal sheltered marinas and anchorages. Offering some of the best sailing in the Caribbean, Grenada is a top yachting center for the region and opportunities can include a crewed yacht or bare boat rental.

Grenada’s 10 marinas can accommodate yachts varying from 75 to 300 feet. Grenada is also home to a number of regattas, including “Grenada Sailing Week” in January to February and the “Carriacou Regatta” in August. For lovers of everything nautical, Carriacou and Petite Martinique are known for unique traditional boat building.