Get on board and book an awesome getaway for the first half of 2018 in the Grenadines, a chain of enchanting, tropical islands in the Caribbean Sea. Cast yourself away in the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles and enjoy an outstanding cruising ground that is home to 32 islands, most of which are uninhabited. Take a look at our special deals for the latest discounts.
Cruise in luxury accommodation
You don’t have to be a sailor to enjoy the superb beauty of the Grenadines and an exhilarating adventure on the water. Book our Tobago Cays Dream cruise for a week-long all-inclusive adventure. Our expert crews will look after you as you tour this part of the Caribbean, including Carriacou, Union, Tobago Cays, Petit St. Vincent and Grenada. From thrilling water sports and snorkeling alongside tropical fish, to tasting delicious Caribbean cuisine and watching the sun set from sublime beaches.
Meet the turtles at Tobago Cays
Sail the legendary Tobago Cays Marine Park, which encircles five uninhabited cays within an archipelago in the southern Grenadines. Explore Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tabac and Jamesby within the park’s lagoon and swim with green and hawksbill turtles in the Baradal Turtle Sanctuary. Have fun on Petit Tabac, which you might recognise from the film Pirates of the Caribbean. Make the most of the clear, azure waters with excellent visibility, and get your snorkels out or arrange a dive so you can enjoy the marine life.
Plot your island-hopping experience
If you sail bareboat and plan your own charter, don’t miss:
- Union – Soak up the sun on the island’s renowned beaches, including Chatham Bay, Big Sands, Richmond Bay and Bloody Bay, which you can only get to by boat
- Palm Island – Stop off on this private resort island to stroll the white sands, try some water sports, walk the trails and grab a bite to eat
- Happy Island – This tiny isle is man-made from unwanted conch shells and is home to a lively bar. It’s the perfect place for a cocktail as the sun goes down
- Mayreau’s Salt Whistle Bay – This perfect half-moon beach separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Caribbean side with beautiful white sand, fringed by mature palm trees
- Bequia – Sun yourself at Lower Bay beach, which is a quieter alternative to Princess Margaret Beach
- Mustique – A private island where you can enjoy beach yoga at Lagoon Beach at 8am (book with Cotton House) or listen to sunset jazz at Basil’s Bar on a Sunday evening
Explore beneath the water
Head to Mayreau Gardens for a spectacular snorkel and swimming site for thriving coral reefs, sponges, barracuda, sharks and rays. If you love a shipwreck, the 1918 gunship Purini rests in 40ft water off Twassante Bay, Mayreau. Experienced scuba various or rendezvous diving fans will find a 130ft drop into the deep blue at The Wall, West Cay, Bequia, and healthy coral, rays and turtles. Also on most divers’ wish list is the Bat Cave, Buccament Bay, St. Vincent, where you can dive into a 50ft fissure bathed in bright blue light.
Your dream team
We’re based at the Blue Lagoon Marina on St. Vincent’s southern shore, where you can enjoy the Flowt beach bar, fine dining in The Loft restaurant and bar, Cafe Soleil, Lagoon marketplace, dive shop and swimming pool.
How to get there
The new Argyle International Airport (AIA) in Kingstown has opened but there’s a bit of a wait until international flights route there. You can fly direct to Maurice Bishop International Airport in Grenada, St. Lucia and Barbados from the US east coast and connect with local Caribbean carriers, such as Liat.