If there truly were four corners of the globe, St Vincent and the Grenadines would most certainly be found in one – uninhibited and untouched by tourism, these peaceful regions paint beautiful scenes – exotic and tranquil in equal measure. Quite simply St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter is a ‘must do’ sailing adventure offering huge variety and will cater for all tastes. Get a Quote and begin your gem of a St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter holiday!
The island of St Vincent and the 30 islands that form The Grenadines have long since been a favoured spot for sailors, with enduringly popular attractions that include the unblemished Tobago Cays (now known as the Tobago Cays Marine Park) and the prestigious Mustique.
St Vincent and The Grenadines has a long and revered history with seafarers – a history celebrated each year with events including the Bequia Easter Regatta. The Grenadines has always proven a favourite for yachts, which is not so surprising given the exhilarating sailing to be experienced around the islands. Enjoy easy day sails where the surrounding island destinations are always visible.
Those chartering, look forward to natural anchorages, fully managed moorings and advanced marine services throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Bequia provides for two hours uninterrupted sailing, reached from St Vincent – and upon approach you’ll realise that this could just be the most vibrant, authentic taste of The Caribbean of all – an unspoilt place where the locals are infectiously carefree.
The stunning landscapes, nature and wildlife of the Tobago Cays is fiercely protected – allowing for sea life to thrive and avid divers to experience marine creatures as few other places offer. There’s no food establishments here – which is little pity, given the pleasure of barbequing on silky white sands under the crystal clear evening sky.
Admiralty Bay is a secluded, sheltered bay set against a hillside with intermittent villas. For passionate sailors, here lies intriguing demonstrations of traditional boat building, alongside bars and restaurants where you can indulge in the local cuisine.
With innumerable beaches, it’s an almost impossible task to confine all that this coastline offers to a single paragraph. Nevertheless, here is but a brief summary: Indian Bay and Villa are amongst the most popular beaches found on the south coast of St Vincent; Richmond Beach, Buccament Bay, Mt Wynne, and Petit Byahaut are each black sand beaches more than worthy of exploration on the leeward coast; while Sandy Bay and Black Point Beach are magnificent windward coast beaches.
The peoples of St Vincent and The Grenadines largely rely on agriculture as a way of life, with the islands being dotted with banana farms, in-between which lie hills to be climbed and waterfalls to stand in awe of. There are a wealth of parks to wander through and an exotic Botanical garden where ancient ferns and nature flourishes.
St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter will provide an unforgettable and exciting dream sailing holiday.
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