St. Lucia and Grenadines

Known as the last remaining “old Caribbean” outpost, the Grenadines truly are a tropical paradise. Crystal clear waters link together this string of islands from St. Vincent to Grenada. Complete with robust rainforests, glistening waterfalls, and beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see, it is no surprise that this is one of the best yachting locations. With this beautiful backdrop, it’s no surprise that Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed here. Each island has its own unique history. Bequia is known for its maritime heritage leading all the way back to whaling days. Mustique is the stomping grounds for many celebrities. The Tobago Cays are rich with beautiful beaches and marine life, making this the perfect destination for those who enjoy a more laid-back vacation. Whether you enjoy golfing, shopping, the arts, or just relaxing on the beach, the Grenadines will surely have something for everyone.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 - St. Lucia to Bequia

Arrive a few days early to soak in the atmosphere of St. Lucia. Unwind at Jade Mountain or Anse Castanet resorts where you can view the Piton peaks. Once aboard, cruise your way around to Bequia and anchor in Admiralty Bay. Here boutiques dot the shoreline of Port Elizabeth.

Day 2 - Bequia to Mustique

In Bequia you will find the best souvenirs, including beautifully sculpted ship models. Make your way to the privately owned, 1400-acre island of Mustique. Many celebrities abound, including Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, and a number of royals. Enjoy a horseback ride on a beautiful sandy beach. Visit Basil’s Bar for their signature cocktail, a Whammy. 

Day 3 - Mustique to Canouan

Head out bright and early to the tiny island of Canouan. Here you can fit in a round of golf at the famous, Jim Fazio – designed golf course, known as the best in the Caribbean. Take the tender over to the Pure Harmony Escape Spa and slip into serenity. As the sun begins to set enjoy dinner crafted by your on-board chef.

Day 4 - Canouan to Tobago Cays

This compilation of cays and islets is an undisturbed wildlife habitat. Protected by Horseshoe reef, these calm waters are perfect for snorkeling and diving. You will find vibrant coral reefs, large sea turtles, and many tropical fish. Petit Tabac was a primary filming location for Pirates of the Caribbean. Anchor at Union Island for the chance to browse the many local boutiques on Clifton Bay.

Day 5 - Tobago Cays

Visit Baradal Island to get up close and personal with green turtles at the turtle sanctuary. As you walk along the serene beaches you may come upon many friendly iguanas. Find more souvenirs at Clifton Bay, or travel to the exclusive Palm Island for a relaxing spa experience.

Day 6 - Tobago Cays to Carriacou

Carriacou is the largest of the Grenadines and is known as the “island surrounded by reefs”. Your first stop is at Sandy Island for a quick dip or snorkel in the sparkling waters. Continue to Tyrell Bay to enjoy a multitude of restaurants and live music. Fun fact: the island has only one gas station, but over 200 rum shops!

Day 7 - Carriacou to Grenada

Make the most of your last day in Grenada, the Isle of Spice. Tour through the vast rainforest with old plantations and glistening waterfalls. Visit the chocolate factory to enjoy the samples. Make sure to pick up spices in St. George’s before going home.

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