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Plan a Grenada sailing itinerary that's full of unforgettable experiences including windsurfing, kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving in Grenada's turquoise waters. Onshore, this rolling mountainous island is dotted with world famous white and black sand beaches, crater lakes, rainforest and nutmeg plantations that the (spice) island is best known for Grenada's rum distillery tours are also a must for any seafaring sailor

Day 1:True Blue Bay Marina to Ross Point

Your yacht charter starts at noon. Following a 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.

Day 2: Grenada

Spend the day exploring the lush and beautiful interior of the "Isle of Spice". Whether you are up for a hiking adventure or a relaxed island tour in the back of an air conditioned taxi Grenada will never fail to stun you with amazing views and great beauty. Hike to the Seven Sisters waterfall, visit Belmont Estate to see cocoa production or the organic goat dairy, a leisurely lunch by the sea and back to the boat for sundowners. Alternatively visit the underwater sculpture park at Moliniere and marvel at Grenada's underwater diversity.

Day 3: 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 4: Carriacou to Petit St. Vincent

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 Petit St Vincent where you will anchor right off the PSV Resort - one of the Caribbean's most sought after hotel destinations. Head over to Mopion, a tiny circle of sand with a single thatch umbrella surrounded by coral reef. Dine tonight at the exclusive PSV Restaurant or more locally at Palm Beach Restaurant in Petite Martinique.

Day 5: Petit St. Vincent to Chatham Bay

Head to Clifton Harbour, Union to clear in and re-stock with fresh bread and local fruit from the market vendors. From Clifton it's a short trip around to Chatham Bay on the west side of Union. A stunning sandy bay surrounded by high hills. Snorkel the north side of the bay and arrange a lobster BBQ on the beach after watching the sun set.

Day 6: Chatham Bay to Mayreau

Sail north to Mayreau dropping anchor in Salt Whistle Bay, a perfect coconut fringed white sand bay. Dine Flintstone style at the Salt Whistle Bay Resort or walk over the hill to the village and head for Dennis's Hideaway.

Day 7: 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. There are no restaurants or bars in the Cays - light up the BBQ and dine under the stars.

Day 8: Tobago Cays

A day to explore the Cays - This is an idyllic yachting anchorage that is a dream for snorkelers and divers and a paradise for beachcombers. Exploring the islands themselves has its rewards with almost tame iguanas in the trees and tortoises lumbering around the ground. Alternatively you could sail for Mustique or Canouan on this day.

Day 9: Tobago Cays to Mustique

It's an exciting 3.5 hour sail to Mustique past the resort island of Canouan. Mustique is a wildly beautiful private island that offers a rare combination of elegance and informality to those who seek privacy and luxury. Pick up a mooring before heading over to the World famous Basil's Bar; home of the Mustique Rhythm and Blues Festival or catch a taxi up to the Firefly Restaurant for sundowners and dinner.

Day 10: Mustique

A day to discover Mustique - one of the most special islands of the Caribbean. Mustique is privately owned and has developed into a holiday location for the rich and famous. The island is a mix of luxury houses, lush tropical gardens and stunning beaches. Take a taxi tour, or if you're feeling adventurous hike or rent a mountain bike. One of the best ways to see the island is on horseback.

Day 11: Mustique to Bequia

After Breakfast, set sail for Bequia. This lovely island has a unique, magical charm which is hard to find anywhere else in the Caribbean. The island combines an enduring seafaring heritage with a wonderful laid back atmosphere. Stock up on provisions and then enjoy cocktails and dinner at one of several waterfront restaurants.

Day 12: Bequia

Explore Bequia. Visit the turtle sanctuary, the model boat building shops, book a dive off West Cay or simply lime along the shore and watch the island life gently slide by.

Day 13: Bequia to Pitons

Clear out of Bequia first thing and set sail for St Lucia, passing the leeward side of St Vincent and the set of Pirates of the Caribbean film. Then it's a romping sail across to the Pitons - absolutely unmistakable and perhaps the most famous landmark of the Caribbean. Pick up a mooring in the national park and spend the evening revelling in the stunning scenery.

Day 14: St Lucia

Spend the day exploring the wonders of St Lucia - especially around the Pitons/ Soufriere area. For the very fit a hike up Gros Piton - a serious 2,500ft challenge. Alternatively go completely the other way and organise a dive off renowned Anse Chastenet. You could also organise a shore based tour and visit hot springs or the World's only "drive in" volcano!

Day 15: Pitons to Marigot Bay

A leisurely sail up the coast of St Lucia brings you to either Marigot or Rodney Bay for the end of your charter. Marigot is one of the most beautiful and well protected anchorages of the Caribbean with a stunning development; Rodney Bay has all the trappings of a first class marina. Spend the afternoon exploring the stunning island.

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