St. Lucia to Grenada

Day 1
St. Lucia to St. Vincent

Spend a few nights ashore at the stunning Sugar Beach resort before embarking your luxury yacht at the Marigot Bay Resort & Marina. Cruise to St. Vincent in the Grenadines for your first night at anchor. The 150 square mile territory consists of the main island of St. Vincent and the 32 smaller islands of the Grenadines. The island, which has to date seen unlimited tourism development, remains lush, mountainous and agricultural.

Day 2
St. Vincent to Bequia (15 nautical miles)

From the peaceful anchorage of Cumberland Bay, St. Vincent, cruise south to the lush green island of Bequia. Enjoy an evening ashore at the bustling capital of Port Elizabeth, which is set at the back of pretty, yacht-filled Admiralty Bay. Further inland, explore the old forts and Bequia’s summit, Mount Pleasant.

Day 3
Bequia to Mustique (8 nautical miles)

Probably one of the best-known islands in the Caribbean, Mustique offers pure barefoot luxury. The island’s popularity with royalty and the international jet set has endowed it with a prestigious reputation. Anchor off the island and step back in time with afternoon tea at The Cotton House followed by an evening of Caribbean revelry at Basil’s Bar.

Day 4
Mustique to Tobago Cays (15 nautical miles)

Accessible only by boat, the uninhabited Tobago Cays are surrounded by the famous kaleidoscopic Horseshoe Reef and provide a beautiful anchorage. Anchor in the wildlife reserve and marine park between Petit Rameau and Petite Bateau and swim and snorkel through the stunning underwater world.

Day 5
Tobago Cays to Petit St. Vincent (8 nautical miles)

Cruise over to Petit St. Vincent – your own desert island offering total privacy and seclusion along two miles of white sand beaches. A resort island, the owners welcome superyacht guests to step ashore to enjoy its many amenities. Divers should check out the Jean-Michel Cousteau scuba center, and, for those who have had their fill of the water, there is also a Balinese day spa ashore.

Day 6
Petit St. Vincent to Carriacou (12 nautical miles)

Spend your last full day discovering the varied coastline of Carriacou. Known as the Island of Reefs, its varied coastline has many offshore islets that are perfect for swimming, diving and snorkeling. Step ashore to explore the French and English ruins of Belair National Park or visit the oyster beds around Tyrrel Bay.

Day 7
Carriacou to Grenada (40 nautical miles)

Grenada lies to the south of the Grenadines archipelago and is an ideal place to finish your yacht charter. Affectionately named the “Spice Island,” as you draw near, the fresh ocean breeze mingles with the aroma of spices carried on the trade winds. Thanks to its abundant production of spices at a time when they were a valuable commodity, Grenada has always been one of the more sophisticated Caribbean islands. Spend a few days ashore exploring the island’s verdant interior and stunning beaches.

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