Yacht Charters in
the Windward Islands
A St. Lucia yacht charter encompasses many experience. Enjoing the superlative sailing among the islands is only one of the,. White-sand beaches, swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving, casual and fine dining, sightseeing, shopping, hiking and exploring historic sites are all part of chartering in St Lucia waters.
10 days – St. Lucia – One way to Grenada
Day 1: Marigot Bay to Soufriere. Anchor with the help of a boat boy at Hummingbird beach or pick up a moorings ball between the majestic Pitons.
Day 2: Soufriere to St Vincent. Set sail early to reach petit Bayhaunt in St Vincent, for lunch or snorkeling. Pick up a mooring ball at Young Island Cut for the night.
Day 3: St Vincent to Bequia. A short sail will take you to anchor in Admiral Bay, bequia, where you can clear customs into St vincent and the Grenadines, swim and explore this lovely island.
Day 4: Bequia to Mustique. Sail to the tiny island of Petit Nevis for lunch and more beach time. On to Mustique, the island pf royals, the rich and the famous , where you can overnight in Britannia Bay.
Day 5: Mustique to Mayreau. A 3 hours sail takes you to Charlestown Bay in Canouan, where you can stop for a lunch and spend a little time exploring this island of exquisite water colours. Then continue to Salt Whistle Bay.
Day 6: Mayreau to Tobago Cays. Set sail for the spectacular Tobago Cays, the small deserted islands protected by Horseshoe Reef. Lobsters are available from the fisherman in season.
Day 7: Tobago Cays to Petit St Vincent. Stop at Palm Island for lunch before anchoring in Petit St Vincent for the evening.
Day 8: Petit St Vincent to Union Island. Sail to Clifton Harbour on Union Island. Clear customs out of St Vincent and the Grenadines perhaps top off your water tanks, stroll around and pick up any necessary provisions.
Day 9: Union Island to Carriacou. Sail to Carriacou, clearing Grenadian customs at Hillsborough. Before heading for Tyrrel Bay stop at Sandy Island for lunch (great snorkelling spot). Tyrrel bay is the ideal place to hang-out for the evening, deep and weel protected.
Day 10: Carriacou to Grenada. Sailing on to Grenada, you will pass the underwater volcano of Kick Em Jenny, then head down the coast of Grenada. Eat lunch on the way and stop at Prickly Bay.
Final morning: Sail to Port Louis Marina in St George’s to check in.
St Lucia, Martinica, St Vincent, Canouan