Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charters
welcome visitors to the southernmost chain of islands in the Caribbean area. Approximately 52 miles of coastline in an overall area of 150 square miles await the eager yachter. Saint Vincent is both the largest and northernmost island, with rocky shores to the east and valleys leading to beaches on the west. Kingstown, the capital of the area, holds the longest established yacht charter in the region. Blue Lagoon is the best-protected harbor in the south of St. Vincent and offers yacht charters. Bequia is the sea-oriented Grenadine just south of St. Vincent, which has a world-renowned natural harbor of Admiralty Bay. Traditional hand-built boats are crafted on the gold sand, while the Lower Bay features swimming and a variety of watersports. Port Elizabeth’s waterfront is an activities center, with restaurants, bars, and craft stores. As one travels south in the Grenadines, the underinhabited island of Mayreau, with simultaneous views of both the Atlantic and the Caribbean, offers charters to the infamous Tobago Cays. The Tobago Cays are five islands and multicolored coral reef, which in total is considered to be a marine park. The Cays are well known for their superior snorkeling opportunities. There are many places to anchor in the Cays, and it can only be reached by yacht. Mountainous Union Island is the main southern yacht entrance into the Grenadines. This jewel area of the Caribbean hosts yachting year-round, with a rainy season from July through October.