Winds are higher and more constant in the Windward Islands than in other areas of the Caribbean, making this area more favored for sailing yacht charters than motor yacht charters.
Luxury charter yachts ply from island to island in the Grenadines, pampering their yacht charter guests while they sail between quiet villages on unspoiled islands to countless secluded beaches. Just south of St. Vincent, charter yachts can visit enchanting Bequia, the largest island of the Grenadines. A must stop within easy cruising distance for sailing yacht or motor yacht charters is the spectacular anchorage area in the Tobago Cays.
St.Vincent, full of rugged natural beauty, black volcanic sand beaches with excellent diving, good access by plane to start or finish your yacht charter Bequia is the most settled & established of the Grenadines . . .In a beautiful location, just a short plane ride or a relaxing day sail from some areas of exceptional, world renowned natural beauty. The island has a great atmosphere, and is rich in history and culture. The locals are welcoming and friendly, and there are local craft shops, a pottery and a museum. The local food is definitely something to embrace, and the relaxed Bequia attitude is evident wherever you are on the island.
Mustique is a small private paradise, located South East of Bequia & St Vincent, in the north of the Grenadines. . . The island of Mustique is owned by the Mustique Company, which keeps incredible care over the 1,400 acre island. With lush rolling terrain cooled by the gentle trade winds, surrounded by crystal clear turquoise waters and pristine white sand beaches, Mustique is a peaceful getaway, with little traffic and noise...
Tobago Cays marine park, is a exquisite group of five uninhabited islands located towards the southern end of the Grenadines. Set in a coral reef lagoon the Islands are protected by two horseshoe reefs, providing picturesque turquoise waters, fine coral reefs and beaches of powdery white sand . . . “the jewel in the crown”
Four of the Cays - Petit Bateau, Petit Rameau, Jamesby and Baradal and enclosed within the inner, aptly named Horseshoe Reef, while the fifth - Petit Tabac, made famous by the movie ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, lies just to the east of the main group. Surrounding the islands is an outer reef, named World’s End Reef. The St. Vincent & the Grenadines Government established the Tobago Cays as a Marine Park, to protect, conserve and improve the natural resources of the Tobago Cays
Grenada, southern end of the Windward Islands. Its airport provides easy USA and international access