Yacht Charter Summary Information
Grenada and the Grenadines provide great sailing conditions year round. In
the winter months, strong winds of 10-25 knots prevail from the northeast to
southeast, with the wind speed slowing considerably in the summer. Charter
vacations in Grenada often include trips to nearby Carriacou and Petite
Martinique, as well as dozens of other beautiful, untouched islands that
yield plenty of anchorages. Those new to ocean sailing should be aware of
the open water sailing from Grenada to the neighboring Grenadine islands.
Large swells may be experienced during the approximate 20 nautical mile
passage between islands. Many people combine this destination with a charter
at Canouan and St. Vincent.
Grenada Yacht Charter Basic Information:
Main Harbor or Port: Saint Georges Harbor, True Blue Bay
Body of Water: Caribbean Sea
Nearest Major Airport: Point Salines International Airport (GND)
Acceptable Forms of Currency: East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
Languages Spoken: English
How to Get There from Abroad: International flights land at Point Salines
International Airport which is about 8 miles from St. George's. Hop on a
shuttle or take a taxi to your yacht charter base.