Grenada Yacht Charter: Rent a Boat in Grenada
Grenada Yacht Charters
Well-known as “The spice island of the Caribbean”, Grenada is a mountainous island with abundance of rare tropical flowers and fragrant plants. There are many crater lakes and a wide variety of animals. Bordered by stunning, unspoiled black and white sand beaches, Grenada has been an important source of cocoa, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Grenada’s historic forts, bustling Market Square, rum distilleries, colorful coral gardens, and spice plantations add to the appeal of the island. Go on a tour of many unforgettable waterfalls that are nestled in the lush rainforest surroundings, or visit the spice plantation or an organic chocolate factory. Forest Preserve and Grand Etang National Park are also worth seeing. Grand Anse Beach is the best option for hikers, divers, and beachcombers, while True Blue Bay is for exciting shopping. Also, Grenada hosts many sporting events and cultural celebrations such as Grenada Classics Regatta, Easter Round Grenada Race, The Grenada Sailing Festival, etc.
Despite the fact that there are many places to explore in Grenada, the island has a perfect location for a one-way charter. By sailing a bit from our base, you can explore other enchanting islands such as St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Mustique, Bequia, Tobago Cays, and Mayreau. This diversity of places to visit makes cruising in the Eastern Caribbean absolutely exclusive.
Cruising in Grenada
Location in the southernmost part of the Windward Islands makes a Grenada yacht charter attractive for both captains with basic skills and experienced skippers that wish to embark on hauls with challenging waters. We recommend you a one-way cruising trip southward from St. Lucia to Grenada, which allows avoiding traveling wind ward and covering more ground.
The winds are predominantly NE-SE and run from 10 to 25 knots, intensifying near the north of the island. The trade winds blow to the north-east in winter, which is Grenada`s prime time for chartering. The orientation of the islands makes it easy for you to move in a southern direction, but the onboard experience will be excellent no matter the heading. On north ward passages (for example, from Union Island to Bequia), cruising on a close reach or close-hauledisnot beyond the realm of possibility. Temperatures range throughout the year is from 79° F to 82° F.
Highlights of Grenada
A Grenada yacht charter is a heaven with a variety of interesting experiences. Enjoywhite-sand beaches, swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, as well as gorgeous cruising among the islands in the Eastern Caribbean. A Grenada charter is fine dining, hiking, sightseeing, shopping, and exploring historic sites.