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Grenada to St Lucia

10 days Luxury Yacht Charter Experience

Kick off your shoes and relax on this charter from Grenada to St Lucia

Island life never looked so good; white sand beaches, waterfalls, fantastic scuba diving, fresh local food and a splash or two of rum


Embark in Port Louis Marina, in the natural lagoon of the charming capital of Grenada, St George. The Port Louis Marina is at the gateway to the turquoise waters of the Grenadines. Spend your first evening at Port Louis Marina or anchor in Secret Harbour Marina, which is tucked away in the picturesque Mount Hartman bay.
Known as the 'spice isle', a third of the world's nutmeg is grown in Grenada as well as cloves and mace. You can learn more about the local culture and history at the La Sagesse Nature Centre or by venturing to Grenville, a quiet town with a community of nutmeg growers and a rum distillery. If you want to escape civilization, you can hike amid mahogany trees and dew-dropping ferns in the Grand Etang rainforest.
Closer to the water, you'll find Grenada's trademark beauty: the crystalline sands at Grand Anse beach. And just below the surface of the water in Moliniere Bay, divers and snorkelers can admire an underwater art gallery where coral and statues combine to create masterpieces.

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Union Island is the commercial epicentre of the southern Grenadines, and a popular anchorage site for sailors and yachters.
One recognizes the island from afar when approaching from the south, thanks to the point of the Pinnacle (228m) which is typical of Union.
Enjoy quiet days of reading, while taking in the beauty of the surroundings. Relax on one of our peaceful beaches. Chatham Beach on the west side of the island, is one of Union's most beautiful. Three others in the north are Bloody Bay, Breakaway and Belmont. But don't forget the beach at Campbell or Richmond. So many choices!
The island's main town, Clifton, is home to a bustling market where local farmers and fishermen keep shelves stocked with the freshest fruits, vegetables, and seafood. In the centre of town, you'll find Hugh Malzac Square, which honors a local and the first black man to captain a merchant-marine ship, the Booker T.Washington, in 1942.

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Grenada to St Lucia - PALM ISLAND - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Palm Island's Casurina Beach is one of the most sensational in all of the Windward Islands. It is a gorgeous ribbon of golden sand lapped by translucent turquoise water, making it the ultimate in 'picture-perfect' Caribbean beaches.
Colourful marine life abounds with shallow water reefs making an adventure below the surface a spectacular journey that can only be found in the beautiful turquoise waters of the Grenadines.
With everything from frogfish, seahorses, colourful molluscs, crustaceans, anemones and tunicates, divers will be excited by the variety of marine creatures to see. Other underwater friends include nurse sharks, lobsters, octopus and squid.

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Grenada to St Lucia - PETIT ST VINCENT - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Petit St Vincent is a tiny resort island surrounded with endless reefs and the stunning blue waters of Caribbean. It is a perfect opportunity to jump into the inviting waters for a snorkelling or dive trip. The Mopion Reef is a drift dive with an average depth of approximately 50ft, a beautiful reef dive with a smorgasbord of wildlife ranging from lobsters, Moray eels, and nudibranchs as well as the potential of encountering Caribbean reef sharks or catching a nurse shark sleeping in the sand.
The more adventurous may enjoy a hike to the top of the hill to take in views of the Tobago Cays archipelago.

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Grenada to St Lucia - TOBAGO CAYS - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Tobago Cays and the Tobago Cays Marine Park are two of the world's most awe inspiring island destinations. The pure and natural charm of these places looks like something straight off a postcard, which is why it was chosen as one of the backdrops for 'The Pirates of the Caribbean' movie.
A tranquil yachting anchorage, a dream descent for scuba divers and snorkellers, and an endless paradise for beachcombers - this intimate cluster of five uninhabited cays offers heavenly lagoons full of green turtles, coral reefs, colourful fish, and crystal clear waters. If the Grenadines archipelago were a necklace, the Tobago Cays would be its jewelled pendant.

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Grenada to St Lucia - MAYREAU - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Cruise to stunning Mayreau island by tender.
Together with the Tobago Cays, Mayreau is a fantastic destination for scuba divers and snorkelers. The offshore reef systems come under the protection of the Tobago Cays Marine Park and are full of life and colour. Hard and soft corals, sponges, sea fans and a myriad of reef fish can all be seen on these formations together with green turtles, nurse sharks and occasional reef sharks. Look out for squadrons of eagle rays and even the occasional manta ray in these waters!
The island has several excellent white sand beaches that are great for soaking up the sun, swimming or having a picnic.

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Known as the 'jewel of the Grenadines', this island's heavenly name translates appropriately to'island of the clouds'.
Bequia is a one-of-a-kind landscape in a one-of-a-kind place. Sailors were the first to discover the island before travellers happened upon this oasis for weary adventurers to rest and recover. You can follow in these explorers' footsteps by making a trip to Princess Margaret Beach, which has one of the loveliest stretches of sand on the island. Anyone looking for a view that will leave them breathless must stop at St. Mary's Anglican church, which sits primly by the waterfront.
For the divers, there are many reefs to visit in order to take in the abundance of marine life and corals in this area of the world.

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Grenada to St Lucia - MUSTIQUE - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Mustique had a colourful history before it ended up with the Mustique Company. In the fifteenth century, it was first sighted by Spanish sailors, who named the group of islands containing Mustique: 'Los Pajoros' or 'The Birds.' It was later renamed The Grenadines by pirates in the seventeenth century, who used the sheltered bays to hide their ships and treasure. In the nineteenth century, European sugar beet planters took over the island before abandoning it, leaving the ghost town to be swallowed by the jungle. Today, Mustique retains its natural beauty and tranquillity.
But Mustique is more than just its history. It has a fantastic selection of beaches, snorkelling, scuba diving sites, and luxury hotels, including the renovated former plantation, 'Cotton House'.

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Grenada to St Lucia - ST VINCENT - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N

Explore the coast of St Vincent and discover some of the more secluded beaches, bays and shallow snorkelling sites. An unforgettable trip is to the Falls of Baleine in the very north of the island. This 35ft waterfall tumbles into a rock-lined pool and is a unique natural attraction. Expansive shallow reef diving, wall diving, drift diving, wreck diving and even cave diving are just some of the opportunities available to both novices and the more experienced divers.
The oldest botanical garden in the Americas is located in its capital, Kingstown. More tropical botany can be enjoyed just outside the town in the Marriaqua Valley where banana, nutmeg, cocoa, coconut, and breadfruit are grown on plantations.
For many, a hiking trip to St Vincent would not be complete without a visit to the summit of the awe-inspiring La Soufriere volcano.

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Grenada to St Lucia - ST LUCIA - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
DAY 10

Combining total relaxation and a whole lot of fun, the volcanic island of St Lucia is covered in lush vegetation. Its dramatic twin coastal peaks, the Pitons, soar 2,000ft up from the sea, sheltering magnificent rain forests where wild orchids, giant ferns, and birds of paradise flourish. Brilliantly-plumed tropical birds abound, including endangered species like the indigenous St. Lucia parrot. The rainforest is broken only by verdant fields and orchards of banana, coconut, mango, and papaya trees.
The island's steep coastlines and lovely reefs offer excellent snorkelling and scuba diving. The rainforest preserves of St. Lucia's mountainous interior are one of the Caribbean's finest locales for hiking and birdwatching.
Not to be missed is St. Lucia's Soufriere volcano, the world's only drive-in volcanic crater.

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DAY 11

Disembark from Marigot Bay Marina, located just south of the capital of St Lucia, Castries, with wonderful memories.

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