Set your yacht charter from St Vincent and take your time exploring this blissful tropical playground. St Vincent and the Grenadines are located between Grenada and St Lucia, making them the ideal launching pad for an adventure exploring the Caribbean by a yacht charter.
Choose your ideal charter boat in St Vincent and the Grenadines, and enjoy an unforgettable vacation. For whatever yacht you are looking for, you’ll find our St Vincent and the Grenadines sailing charters easy to organise and so much fun.
The Grenadines are dotted with deserted white sand beaches, coral teeming with life and hidden bays just waiting for you to discover them. From Kingstown on the south of the island, you can easily venture to the island of Bequia, and begin island hopping the Grenadines down to Mustique. Hop across to Grenada and the sleepy island of Carriacou, or head north to St Lucia.
When you rent a boat in St Vincent and the Grenadines, you can take it as easy (or as action packed) as you want.
St Vincent is the largest island, and home to the capital Kingstown. From here, you’ll be able to get a feel for the laid back pace of life in the islands. Hike to Fort Charlotte to enjoy the views back to the city. Or pick a tour to the la Soufriere volcano to venture deeper into the island.
If you thought the pace of life was slow in St Vincent, wait until you head into the Grenadines themselves. Mustique is probably one of the most famous places to explore with a yacht charter in the Grenadines. This beautiful private island is steeped in history, although today you’re more likely to spot celebrities than pirates.
Experienced sailors will have a blast in St Vincent and the Grenadines. With plenty of opportunity to get the wind in the sails, and lots of islands to hop, it truly is a maritime playground. Planning your St Vincent to Grenada sailing itinerary you can always take advantage of talking to the vessel owner and get top tips and local knowledge.
Even for more casual sailors, there are still lots of opportunities, and simply coast hopping the main island of St Vincent will be full of surprises.
Sailo offers a fabulous choice of boat rentals in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Enjoy a day trip, or set a course into the Grenadines for a week's blissful sailing. It’s your call with Sailo!
Bequia Marina, SVG
The second biggest island in the Grenadines, Bequia is everything you’re expecting of the Caribbean and more. Palm fringed white sand beaches, with nothing but the sound of the sea lapping the shore? It’s not a cliche in Bequia. Princess Margaret beach is a must visit in Bequia, dotted with sunbed and cold drink vendors. But head to the east coast of the island if you’re looking for a hidden bay and deserted beach. Bequia is a short 2 hour trip sailing the St Vincent gulf and can be done as a day trip.
Once a pirate hangout, today Mustique is a privately owned island dotted with exclusive villas. Many of them are owned by celebrity royalty such as Mick Jagger and Tommy Hilfiger. If you want to join the glitterati, and enjoy stunning Mustique, you’ll be welcome to join them on your yacht charter from St Vincent. After a busy day on the water, don’t forget to visit the famous Basil's Bar, home of the Mustique Blues and Jazz festival, for sunset cocktails with a cool soundtrack.
One of the most popular ways to enjoy yachting in St Vincent is to cross the strait tio St Lucia. Take in the sights of the pitons, the two extinct volcanoes which dominate the landscape on the southern St Lucia coast. Explore Pigeon Island, now no longer an island after the government built a causeway to the mainland. And, after a busy day exploring, enjoy refreshments in Soufriere (the town in St Lucia, not to be confused with the volcano in St Vincent), as the sun sets beyond the petit piton.
If you’re exploring deep into the Grenadines by a boat rental, make sure to stop by Tobago Cays. These five sandy islets are a must visit for any sailing trip in the Grenadines. With a charter boat from St Vincent, you can moor in Tobago Cays and enjoy snorkelling, fishing or simply lying on deck soaking up the sunshine. As a popular sailing stop off, they can get busy at peak times, but you’ll still have plenty of room to relax. The nearby islands of Mayreau and Canouan offer a place to moor for the night.
Sailing to Grenada from St Vincent by a boat rental is also an amazing boating adventure. To the south of the Grenadines, you’ll come to Carriacou, the second biggest island in Grenada. Here you can take time to snorkel the offshore reefs and explore the many forest trails, before you sail on to the main island of Grenada. As part of a week-long sailing itinerary in St Vincent, taking a trip with your catamaran charter to Grenada gives you ample opportunity to explore this beautiful part of the Caribbean.