The ultimate vacation getaway
Gentle winds and endless sun welcome sailors in the unspoiled “spice” islands of Granada aboard a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 sailing yacht. Snorkel warm blue waters, swim with turtles and wander lush tropical forests as we sail to remote islands and quiet sandy beaches. Dine and sleep in luxurious accommodations, and relax, while your professionally captained vessel takes you on a memorable journey. By voyage end you’ll be in love with this part of the world and its unique culture.
Explore the spectacular Grenadines in safety and comfort with Captain Mark Brown on a luxurious 2019, 52-foot sailing yacht
Feb 3 – 10 or Feb 11 – 18, 2021
8 days – 7 nights
Grenada – Port Louis Marina
Board between 17:00 and 18:00 (5 – 6 pm) for a relaxing evening learning the boat’s systems and amenities in preparation for departure the following day. Dine out at your choice in historic St. Georges or yacht to home Port Louis Marina.
Enjoy the Cultural Ambiance of Grenada
Grenada – Cariaccou – Sandy Island
Leaving the hustle and bustle of gorgeous Port St. Louis in St. Georges, Grenada for a smooth protected run up the western edge of lush Grenada, we pass small fishing villages and beautiful unspoiled beaches before passing through the outer circle of the Red Alert Exclusion Zone for “sometimes active” Kick ‘em Jenny underwater volcano. A quick lunch and snorkel stop at Ronde Island, before the final few miles to Sandy Island, just off quaint Hillsborough, Carriacou.
Sandy Island – Carriacou
Sandy Island – Union Island
Breakfast and swim at Sandy Island, a flawless piece of sand with no more than half a dozen palm trees. Watch the pelicans performing aerobatics around your boat as you eat. After breakfast and a snorkel, sail over to Union Island and complete check in formalities for St. Vincent at Clifton Harbour. Continue around to the West of Union Island for a short distance and drop anchor at Chatham Bay for the night.
Union Island – Chatham Bay
Union – Mayreau
After a short hop to Salt Whistle Bay, proclaimed by National Geographic as “Paradise Found,” anchor early and enjoy an afternoon at this tranquil spot with swimming and beachcombing or taking a invigorating walk up the hill to view the spectacular sight of the Tobago Cays to the East… tomorrows destination.
Mayreau Island – Salt Whistle Bay
Mayreau – Tobago Cays
Enjoy breakfast aboard and take a short sail to the environmentally protected Tobago Cays Marine Park and the highlight of your trip – snorkeling the coral reef, swimming with turtles and exploring by dinghy, or just stay on board and marvel at the natural beauty of this archipelago. For dinner, Lobster (or Fish) BBQ under the stars.
Tobago Cays Marine Park
Tobago Cays – Mopion – Petit St. Vincent
After a leisurely breakfast gazing at blue water, we sail back to Clifton for a customs check out, and sail for Mopion, a tiny island of sand and a beach umbrella with excellent snorkeling. We’ll enjoy dinner on the beach at nearby privately owned island retreat of Petit St. Vincent.
Petit St. Vincent – Grenada
Enjoy an exhilarating return downwind sail southbound to where we began for our final night and dinner out in Grenada’s capital city of St. George’s. Board your boat for a peaceful last night aboard!
St. George’s – Grenada
An early breakfast aboard prepares the day as we gather our belongings and leave the boat to enjoy a few hours on Grand Anse beach, or shop in bustling markets of St. George’s before heading to the airport – only 15 minutes away.
Grand Anse Beach – Grenada
Sailing in Paradise
Enjoy tranquil seclusion in the remote Grenadines
The sailing vessel, a 2019 52 foot Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519, offers the perfect balance of features, accommodations and size. Each cabin features a berth for two, ensuite heads (bathrooms) for some, the other head shared. Pricing is adjusted for your preference. For your convenience, the ports (windows) open for fresh air, enjoy reading lights, overhead lighting and USB ports for charging. Full sheet set, pillows and special Beach Castle Sweets handmade chocolates will help greet you to your floating home!
The roomy cockpit has seating for eight guests. She has a canvas dodger and a bimini (awning), which provides protection from the elements yet still allows you to experience the scenic wonders around you unhindered. The spacious fore-deck also offers abundant room to stretch out and bask in the sun. Her step-through transom allows easy access to the swim step from which you’ll board her kayaks or her motorized launch with which you’ll be whisked ashore for a little hiking or beachcombing.
The “Spice Islands” are named for of the exotic flavors they have offered the world for hundreds of years. Captain Mark is adept at gathering quality, local ingredients while accommodating his guest’s dietary needs, so his passengers are guaranteed a culinary adventure AND a dip into local cuisine.
Two night’s meals are on shore in amazing restaurants or on the beach. In addition, each cabin should prepare one dinner aboard for all. This gives everyone a chance to show off their culinary skills, as well. The menu will be created by group consensus.
Breakfast and lunch are self-served or collaborative as guests choose. While the yacht is stocked with all food and non-alcoholic drinks before our voyage, be sure to bring your own adult beverages.
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What You’ll Need
The vessel will have galley items (soap, sponge etc.) and soap for showers. Bath towels, beach towels and linens provided. Swim wear, cover ups, water tolerant shoes for walks on shore, a water bottle, plenty of sunscreen, a personal supply of adult beverages, and a smile!
Internet signal can be spotty in the Grenadines; some carriers are more effective than others.
Vessel will come with a gasoline powered tender (dinghy) for shore excursions and two kayaks.
Arrival and Departure
World-class Port Louis Marina is a short cab ride from Maurice Bishop International airport (GND). Local amenities include pool, restaurants, ATM and a grocery store a short walk away.
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Port Louis Marina
Lagoon Road Mail Bag 9012
St. George’s, Grenada
Although a gratuity is not required, a 10% to 20% tip (for guests having had such a great time!) is customary in the industry.
Ready for a change of scenery?
GND airport reopens July 1, 2020. Local news being monitored via www.nowgrenada.com. Private cabins and private bathroom facilities. Extra cleaning of common areas throughout the day as needed.
YOUR CAPTAIN AND HOST
Cruise with accomplished skipper Captain Mark Brown, through the gorgeous archipelago of 32 islands which make up the Grenadine Island chain! As a US Coast Guard approved Captain and American Sailing Association ‘Outstanding Instructor’ – you will relax (or enjoy helping?) – with an experienced guide. Let Captain Mark share his intimate knowledge of the local isles’ hidden secrets, offering stimulating conversation and nothing short of the vacation of a lifetime – making this an unforgettable experience for you. Mark is eager to meet you and offer exceptional Concierge Service!
Welcome Aboard !