Day 1:True Blue Bay to Ross Point, Grenada
Yacht charter starts at noon. Following the comprehensive yacht and chart briefing with Horizon Yacht Charters depart from True Blue Bay. Sail to St. George's for the first stop, anchor off Ross Point or enjoy the luxury of a berth at Port Louis Marina and dinner at the restaurant. If you are sailing with a crew you will depart earlier and sail directly to Carriacou on this day.
Day 2: Ross Point Grenada to Tyrrel Bay Carriacou
An exhilarating days sail to Tyrrel Bay, Carriacou. Anchor amongst the local fishing boats and enjoy a stroll and drink ashore at one of the many rum shops, or try the floating bar in the middle of the bay! Dine on board or ashore at one of the small restaurants on the water's edge.
Day 3: Tyrrel Bay Carriacou to Salt Whistle Bay Mayreau
Breakfast and swim at Sandy Island while you watch the pelicans performing aerobatics around your boat. After snorkeling the reef, clear out in Hillsborough before sailing over to Clifton Harbour, Union to clear in and pick up fresh pineapple and homemade bread before taking a short sail to palm lined Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau. You could eat ashore tonight at the resort (dining Flintstones style on rock tables with little thatch roofs).
Day 4: Salt Whistle Bay Mayreau to Tobago Cays
Take an early morning stroll to the top of Mayreau and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding islands. Afterwards it's an hour's sail to the Tobago Cays. Simply spectacular! Just off the little island of Baradel is an area cordoned off for turtles to feed, and it's an incredible experience to get close and swim with these remarkable animals. Dine aboard under the stars after spending the day snorkeling and exploring the beaches of the cays.
Day 5: Tobago Cays
Spend the day snorkeling and exploring the Cays - since the area is protected the wealth of sea life is extraordinary. Just off the little island of Baradel is an area cordoned off for turtles to feed, and it's an incredible experience to get close and swim with these remarkable animals. Explore the islands ashore and climb to their summits for the stunning views and watch the almost tame iguanas and land tortoises lumbering around.
Day 6: Tobago Cays to Bequia
A four hour sail brings you to Admiralty Bay, Bequia, capital of the laid back Caribbean. Soak up the friendly, bustling atmosphere ashore, with an excellent meal at one of the many restaurants. Bequia's famous for its wooden boat builders; take home a replica to remind you of your trip.
Day 7: Bequia
Spend the day exploring the island. For divers, Bequia offers some of the best dive sites in the region with locations within easy reach of the anchorage. Shore based activities include a guided tour of the island including a visit to the Turtle Sanctuary. For the more active there are numerous hiking trails around Bequia with superb views from the hill tops.
Day 8: Admirality Bay Bequia to Mustique
Stock up on fresh provisions and then it's a short cruise to chic Mustique, with a perfect swim stop at Petit Nevis on the way. Enjoy lunch at Basil's Bar, or a sunset dinner at the Firefly while you dream of your holiday home on this perfect tropical island.
Day 9: Mustique to Chatham Bay Union Island
Set off south again, this time heading for the west side of Union Island. Chatham Bay is your destination, a beautiful deserted bay surrounded by hills. Hike up for magnificent views or enjoy snorkeling along the north edge of the bay. A beach barbeque with a local chef can provide the entertainment on an otherwise quiet night.
Day 10: Chatham Bay, Union Island to Petit St. Vincent
Back to Clifton Harbour to check out of St. Vincent, then a sail over to Petit St Vincent for the night, stopping at Mopion on the way, a flawless piece of sand in turquoise water topped with a small coconut thatch shelter for shade. Caribbean perfection! Spoil yourself for dinner if you want at PSV resort.
Day 11: Petit St. Vincent to Carriacou
Top off with water and pick up some supplies at Petite Martinque, then it's off to Hillsborough on Carriacou to clear in. Move the short distance to Sandy Island and pick up a mooring within this Marine Protected Area. There is some excellent snorkeling here, or just lounge on the perfect beach. Stay overnight here or alternatively move around to Tyrrel Bay and drop anchor for the night.
Day 12: Carriacou
Take a tour of Carriacou - head to Windward village on the NE corner of the island where traditional boat building skills have been passed down the generations and still continue today. Stop at Hospital Hill and take in the views over Hillsborough and north to Union Island. If you're feeling fit and adventurous set off on a hike - one of the easiest and most scenic trails is from Hillsborough to Tyrrel Bay. Alternatively explore the mangroves in Tyrell Bay by dinghy.
Day 13: Tyrrel Bay to St. George's
Exhilarating downwind sail to St George's passing the isolated islands of Kick 'em Jenny and Isle De Ronde, where a stop for a swim is possible if conditions permit. On arrival at St George's anchor off Ross Point or for luxury book a slip at the new Port Louis Marina. Dine at the marina's own restaurant or for some very authentic local cuisine go to BB's Crab Back on the Carenage.
Day 14: St. George's to Clarke's Court Bay
Sail around the south coast of Grenada and explore one of the many sheltered anchorages on the south side of the island. Clarke's Court Bay is one of the best and easiest to enter. You can spend the day swimming and gunk holing the mangroves that line the bay. There are several local restaurants nearby with fresh fish or lobster on the menu.
Day 15: Clarke's Court Bay to True Blue Bay
A short downwind sail takes you to True Blue Bay where the Horizon staff will assist you to the dock for a noon finish. True Blue Resort is just a few minutes ride from the airport and is a great place to base yourselves if you plan to be on island and explore for a few more days.