Grenada

Grenada Islands

grenada & the grenadines

Time Zone: GMT-04:00 (Local Time: 02:36)

An island country comprising Grenada, and it’s six smaller islands, is another strong contender for being the most beautiful Caribbean destination. Its natural beauty is everything you would want – bold island scenery, idyllic golden beaches where the coconut palms sway ever so casually in the gentle breeze, and the colonial charm of the capital, St Georges. Divers can enjoy the lure of coral reefs and sunken wrecks, and there is every chance you will see pods of whales while you cruise between the islands. Grenada’s airport provides easy access to the USA and Europe.

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GRENADA

Trimmed with 45 beaches and countless secluded coves, Grenada’s popularity has grown as travelers increasingly seek exotic, friendly vacation destinations. Crisscrossed by nature trails and dotted with fragrant spice plantations, Grenada is home to one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque capital cities and one of the region’s finest beaches, Grand Anse.

CARRIACOU

Carriacou, the land of many reefs, is a hilly island with neither lakes nor rivers, so its drinking water comes from rainwater caught in cisterns. It gets quite arid during the dry season (January through May). Nevertheless, pigeon peas, corn, and fruit are grown here, and the climate seems to suit the mahogany trees used for furniture making and the white cedar that's critical to the island’s famed boatbuilding industry. Hillsborough is Carriacou's main town. Just offshore, Sandy Island is a tiny spit of land and one of the nicest beaches around. Rolling hills cut a wide swath through the middle of Carriacou, from Gun Point in the north to Tyrell Bay in the south. Despite its tiny size, Carriacou has several distinct cultures. Hillsborough is decidedly English; the southern region, around L'Esterre, reflects French roots; and the northern town of Windward has Scottish ties. African culture, though, is the overarching influence.

PETITE MARTINIQUE

Ten minutes north of Carriacou by boat lies the tiny residential island of Petite Martinique. There's a guesthouse or two but no tourist facilities or attractions—just peace and quiet. Meander along the beachfront and watch boatbuilders at work. If by chance there's a boat launching, sailboat race, traditional wedding, holiday, or festival taking place while you're there, you're in for a treat. The music is infectious, the food bountiful, and the spirit lively.

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Travel Essentials

All Yachts Available in the Grenada

226 yachts match your search criteria

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Reve2mer

62.0 Ft | Catamarans | 0000

2

Genesis

47.0 Ft | Catamarans | 0000

8

Eros

115.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1938

8

Ariadne

124.00 Ft | Motor Yachts | 1979

6

Melinka

80.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1981

8

Emily Morgan

57.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1982

12

Star Of The Sea

34.00 m | Motor Yachts | 1983

9

Kaleen

110.0 Ft | Motor Yachts | 1983

40

Arabella

157.00 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1983

6

Kai

70.00 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1983

8

Whitefin

90.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1983

6

Jalepeno

52.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1984

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Drumbeat 1

72.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1985

6

Pacific Wave

72.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1986

6

Opus

50.0 Ft | Catamarans | 1986

10

Starship

143.0 Ft | Motor Yachts | 1988

4

The Dove

54.0 Ft | Sailing Monohulls | 1988

10

Lady S

151.00 Ft | Motor Yachts | 1989

12

Grand Ocean

80.00 m | Motor Yachts | 1990

12

Oceana

55.00 m | Motor Yachts | 1991

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