All you have to do is book your flight and we will take care of everything from the moment you land in Grenada. We’ll sail from city ports to remote Islands with the whitest sandy beaches and the most turquoise water you have ever seen aboard a floating boutique hotel. Private accommodations, exquisite dining and thoughtful amenities are designed to you make your experience as perfect as the Caribbean Sea. 

We have perfected an itinerary that is sure to leave you speechless.

St Louis

Port Louis Marina, Grenada — Welcome Aboard!

Located in the beautiful lagoon just outside St. George’s, the capital, Port Louis Marina provides the perfect base from which our crew welcomes you aboard to begin your sailing adventure of the unspoiled Caribbean paradise of Grenada and the Grenadines. As a guest at the marina, you will have access to the pool, Victory Bar & Restaurant, Yolo Sushi Bar, duty-free shop, gift shop, restrooms and shower facilities.


Sandy Island, Grenada

On our first day of sail we head to Sandy Island, which is a stunning, undeveloped 20-acre island, lying off the northeastern shores of Grenada. This 20-acre emerald gem of an island possesses a superb, white sandy beach as good as any in the Windward Islands, and that’s saying a lot. The beach faces a tropical lagoon whose pristine turquoise waters offer a protected anchorage lovely for swimming and snorkeling.


Union Island, St. Vincent andThe Grenadines

After breakfast on the boat at Sandy Island, anchors up as we set sail for Union Island to clear in to St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This is a unique and authentic island experience which has become known as the center of the kitesurfing world of the Grenadines. While we are here for a brief stay before heading to Tobago Cays, guests are encouraged to go onshore and walk through the town to visit the local market stands, shops, bars and restaurants (a lunch option to indulge in the local cuisine) and experience the French influence of the island.


Tobago Cays — Snorkeling with the Turtles

Regarded as one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful destinations, the Tobago Cays (pronounced “keys”) Marine Park is home to a series of globally significant habitats that include coral reefs, sea turtle nesting sites and feeding areas. You can see turtles while swimming, plus small systems of mangroves. This unique area offers snorkeling, uninhabited island exploring, beautiful sunsets and beach barbecue option (additional cost and reservations required).


Bequia — The Island Of Endless Activity

Lying just a few miles south of St. Vincent, Bequia marks the northern point of the Grenadines, where we anchor in the charming, little harbor of Admiralty Bay, one of the Caribbean’s largest and finest anchorages, reflecting the island’s boatbuilding heritage. Bequia is, undoubtedly, one of the more interesting islands in the Grenadines. Admiralty Bay boasts a vibrant town, a wonderful waterfront lined with cool restaurants and bars, which includes a floating rum bar, and the most unique grocery
store you will find in the Caribbean.


Mustique — The Island Of The Ultra Chic

Just three miles long, the island is wooded and hilly, with white, sandy beaches, a world-class golf course, spas plus much more. This is the ultra exclusive island of the Caribbean where yachts can pick up a mooring in Britannia Bay, and a dinghy ride ashore offers the chance to rub shoulders with the rich and famous,while enjoying a sundowner at Basil’s Bar.


Glossy Bay Marina — Clearing Out

St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Recently built, the Glossy Bay Marina also consists of the Marina Capitanerie, with guest bathrooms, laundry facilities and a beach club called Shenanigans; with a garden surrounded by pergolas; and a pool with a view of the Grenadines that will take your breath away.


Grand Anse Bay, Grenada — Last Night of Charter

Our last night is spent anchored in Grand Anse Bay witha view of a sandy, white beach, rolling on blue turquoise water and ending with a perfect sunset on your last night.

The Yacht

A level of comfort sure to impress you and your guests. The vessel is a 2017 Lagoon 450, fully equipped for offshore sailing with state-of-the-art equipment.

Onboard features include(but are not limited to):

  • Queen en-suite cabins with electric heads, linens, bath towels and bathroom amenities
  • Generator
  • Air-conditioning
  • Fans
  • USB ports
  • Water-maker for unlimited fresh water supply
  • Bluetooth stereo w/speakers
  • Designated cushioned sunbathing areas on flybridge and trampoline
  • Spacious saloon and seating areas for you and your guests

The Hospitality

The crew is ready and able to provide whatever you need to help make this experience perfect for you, from assistance with Customs to preparing foods based on dietary restrictions.

  • Skipper, Deck Hand & Chef

  • Transportation Pickup to & from Marina

  • Customs, Immigration & Mooring Fees

  • Tender & Fishing Gear

  • Snorkel Gear, Paddleboards & Water Toys

  • Water, Ice & Fuel

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner When On Board

  • Midmorning Snacks

  • Sundowner Canapés & Cocktails

  • Mixers, Soda, Juices, Coffee & Tea

  • Local Beer, Wine & Caribbean Rum



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