8 Day Itinerary – Grenada to St Vincent
Day 1: Arrival in Grenada
On arrival at St. George’s, Freedom will be available to board, but feel free to explore this beautiful island first... The House of Chocolate for decadent chocolate products, Art Batik selling beautiful handmade shirts, sarongs, scarves, napkins etc, the working Belmont Estate cocoa plantation or for a beautiful photo spot, take an uphill hike to Fort George with stunning views of the city, harbour and ocean.
Late afternoon we will sail out to the Underwater Sculpture Park where we will anchor for the welcome dinner on-board.
Day 2: St. George’s - Carriacou
A short 11 miles NE and gentle sail away, we will find the pearly white sandy beaches of Carriacou. We can spend the day snorkelling, scuba diving or just play in the beautiful aquamarine water, almost guaranteed to have this classic desert island to ourselves. The surrounding reefs offer superb diving, and it is easy to marvel at colourful corals and tropical fish while snorkelling from the south-western tip of the island along a gentle current.
Dinner can be enjoyed on board but it is worth the effort to explore the little island of Carriacou…perhaps enjoy Lazy Turtle Beach Bar homemade ice cream or visit Patty’s deli.
Day 3: Carriacou - Petit Martininique & Petit St. Vincent
Petit St. Vincent “ one of the world’s most enchanting hideaways” is our next destination, approx. 6 miles away. Locally known as PSV, this hiker’s paradise of soft rolling hills of tropical woodlands , is surrounded by nearly 2 miles of white powdered sand beaches.
Day 4: Petit Martinique - Happy Island (Union Island)
Unsophisticated, relaxed and friendly, Union is still off the beaten track. A charming destination and a great base to pick up a mooring and explore the natural beauty of this region, Union is a paradise for yachting enthusiasts, scuba divers, hikers and sun worshipers.
Day 5: Union Island - Mayreau - Tobago Cays
Sail to the smallest inhabited island in the Grenadines. A white sand beach inside a well-protected harbor makes it a divine place for your yacht to anchor and you to just simply relax. Then of to Set sail to the Tobago Cays, one of the most breathtaking anchorages in the world. This paradise with turquoise and crystal greenish waters is the perfect spot for snorkeling and swimming. At sunset dine aboard or at the beach under the stars.
Day 6: Tobago Cays - Mustique
A laidback sail to Mustique. At the exclusive Island of Mustique a handful of luxury shops and restaurants await onshore. Head over to the World famous Basil’s Bar or to the Firefly Restaurant for cocktails and dinner.
Day 7: Mustique - Bequia
Off to the exclusive Bequia Island. This island is perfect for your vacation. The port welcomes you with shops, restaurants and island flair, must stop at Sugar Reef Café. You may relax and enjoy beautiful sandy beaches, or adventure yourself into several wrecks and shallow caves for snorkeling. It is not unusual to see turtles, lobsters, eels and many kinds of fish when diving around Bequia.
Day 8: Bequia - St. Vincent
End you charter itinerary sailing off from Bequia to Blue Lagoon, St. Vincent. St. Vincent is one of the least touristy islands in the Caribbean—an unpretentious and relatively quiet island where fishermen get up at the crack of dawn to drop their nets into the sea, working people conduct business in town, and farmers work their crops in the countryside.