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Grenadines

Together, the islands that compose the Grenadines boast several hundred miles of untarnished coastline and deep blue waters; individually, they offer a veritable playground of different cultures and traditions, largely unaltered by tourist intrusion. Due to past volcanic activity these islands are more mountainous than the northern Caribbean Islands, meaning that the chance to explore in the open air doesn’t end once the anchor is dropped. The Windward Islands have a diverse and unique underwater world to be discovered by diving or snorkelling, whilst on land you can venture to the summit of a volcano, or a crystal clear waterfall.

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Suggested Itinerary

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Day 1: Embark in St. George’s, Grenada

Day 2: Sail North to Ronde Island, have lunch & chill out in an anchorage. Then sail to Carriacou and stay overnight on anchor in the Bay. Carriacou's coastline is mostly wave-cut coral or shoal formations. Manchineel Bay and Carenage Bay near Harvey Vale have several small beaches, which are visually spectacular due to their volcanic black sand . However, if you are search of the Caribbean's trademark white sand, Anse La Roche and Hillsborough Bay certainly will not disappoint. 

Day 3: A spot of swimming and snorkelling at anchor near Mopion Island.  Supposedly the smallest island in the Caribbean, Mopion Island is more of a sandy inlet surrounded by an underwater reef. At only thirty metres long, the Island's only inhabitant is a soliary umberella. Originally erected to stop sailors crashing into the low laying island, it has now become an iconic symbol of the Grenadines Island chain. After a visit to ashore to carve your mark onto the thatch umberalla, set sail to Canouan and stay overnight at anchor

Day 4: Spend today cruising the stunning Tobago Cays and snorkel with the turtles. This series of white sanded cays bares witness to a diverse range of habitats including coral reefs, sea turtle nesting sites and feeding areas, and small systems of mangroves. The cays are also home to Le Petit Tabac, an isolated beach perfect for a private picnic and also a set for “Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl” was filmed. Sail to Mustique and anchor overnight. 


Day 5: Sail around Mustique Island and have lunch & an afternoon of relaxation at the legendry Basil's Bar,  watching the yachts, locals and fisherman all pass you by with the backdrop of the setting sun. In the evening, the bar becomes a hotspot for live music and  thirst-quenching cocktails.

Day 6: Sail to Port Elizabeth, Bequia. The island is busiest at the time of the Easter Regatta where it welcomes a fleet of boats from surrounding Islands.  The whole Island is caught up in “regatta fever” during this celebration of skill and camaraderie. However, Port Elizabeth and Beqai remain "must-see" stops on a tour of the Grenadines. The wreck and shallow caves found off the Island's coast are a popular attraction for more advanced divers, whilst ashore you can summit Mount Pleasant or hike through the lush green environs. If you are searching for a more relaxed end to the day, why not peruse Port Elizabeth's row of sea front shops. 


Day 7: Sail down South to Carriacou, Petite Martinique - a volcanic Island, known for its peace and tranquility.   


Day 8: Sail back to St Georges, Grenada

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