Sailboat Charter in Grenada

    • -20 %
    Oceanis 43 - Beneteau (2009)St George
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine 1x55hp
    Draught 1.65m
    Size 43ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 1 980 €1 584 €*from 09/07 to 16/07View details
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    • -14 %
    Dufour 460 Grand Large - Dufour (2018)St George
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6+2
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.95m
    Size 46ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 3 655 €3 133 €*from 17/09 to 24/09View details
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    Sun Odyssey 449 - Jeanneau (2018)St George
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.60m
    Size 44ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 3 425 €2 936 €*from 13/08 to 20/08View details
  1. Dufour 54 Prestige - Dufour (1992)St George
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 5 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine 1x101hp
    Draught 2.00m
    Size 55ft
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    with skipper / crew
    from3 200 €*from 10/12 to 17/12View details
  2. Dufour 520 Grand Large - Dufour (2018)St George
    Capacity 12
    Cabins 5 cab
    Berths 10+2
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.95m
    Size 50ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from2 195 €*from 17/12 to 24/12View details
  3. Oceanis 41.1 - Beneteau (2018)St George
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6+2
    Engine 1x30hp
    Draught 1.68m
    Size 41ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from1 205 €*from 19/11 to 26/11View details
  4. Oceanis 45 - Beneteau (Club)St George
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.75m
    Size 46ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from3 375 €*from 03/09 to 10/09View details
  5. Oceanis 45 - Beneteau (Club)St George
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.75m
    Size 46ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from3 375 €*from 17/09 to 24/09View details
  6. Oceanis 45 - Beneteau (2015)St George
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 55hp
    Draught 2.16m
    Size 45ft
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    from3 598 €*from 16/07 to 23/07View details
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    Dufour 520 Grand Large - Dufour (2019)St George
    Capacity 12
    Cabins 5 cab
    Berths 10+2
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.95m
    Size 50ft
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    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 4 625 €3 700 €*from 15/10 to 22/10View details
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Get to know your next charter destination

With a population less than 115,000, Grenada is a member of the British Commonwealth and uses the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD). The French occupation of the island (1650-1763) has left few visible traces: two forts in ruins on the heights of Saint George's and a host of French placenames - sometimes incorporating some subtle word-play! For example, the settlements of Morne Rouge (Gloomy Red), Petit Cabrits, Point Salines, Lance aux Épines, Perdmontemps (Lose my Time), Pomme Rose (Pink Apple), Bellevue, Crochu, Morne Fendue and of course the Falaises of Sauteurs (Jumpers’ Cliffs), where the last Caribbean natives would have thrown themselves into the void rather than submit to the French. The Franco-Creole dialect of old has gradually disappeared over the generations. Today's Grenadian culture is primarily of African origin. The importance of music is a testament to this. Indigenous influence is present elsewhere as curry and crêpes/pancakes are widely present in the country’s typical cuisine.

The capital of Spice Island: Saint George's market

Cinnamon, cloves, pepper, ginger, allspice, turmeric, laurel, tonka beans and cocoa beans, spices flood the stalls of Saint George's market every Saturday. In a cheerful and colourful mess, between the pandanus branches and to the beat of vibrant, feel-good calypso tunes, cabbages, tomatoes, yams, pigeon peas, plantains, mangoes and pawpaws (papaya) are exchanged. Not familiar with some (or all) of the foods mentioned?? Don’t worry... you’ll soon be an expert. A sailboat charter in Grenada is the perfect opportunity to indulge!

The vital ingredient for a sailboat charter in Grenada to remember: Nutmeg!

As soon as you mount the small winding roads, the plantations are there: taking advantage of the rich volcanic soil, they cover the high slopes of the sheltered valleys, between 500 and 800 metres above sea level. Many were ravaged by Hurricane Ivan in 2004, causing a 60% drop in production, but most have been replanted. ‘Spice Island’ used to be the world's second largest producer of nutmeg, accounting for 30% of production. The Grenada national flag even features a half-opened nut! The fruit of the nutmeg tree is the only one in the world to give two spices: nutmeg and mace. Splitting in two when fully ripe, this unique little apricot, a beautiful light yellow, reveals a dark brown stone.

Grenada’s unmissable ‘on-land’ attractions

Concord Falls

As they say, three is the magic number: Concord Falls is made up of three waterfalls plummeting 20 metres in some parts! Located south of Gouyave, near Grand Roy in the western part of Grenada, Concord is a welcome detour during your sailboat charter in Grenada.

Gouyave

The main attractions in Gouyave are the nutmeg processing plant, the harbour and Fish Friday, a popular fish tasting event that takes place every Friday evening!

Carriacou Island

The Island of rolling hills and beaches, old sugar refineries and home to a local boat construction site. Carriacou translates to ‘land surrounded by reef’ so it goes without saying that this destination is one of the finest in the Caribbean!

Saint Georges

The capital of Grenada is surrounded by an old volcanic crater and models a unique, horseshoe-shaped harbour. Indeed, the cultural hub of the island, here you’ll get to enjoy the best Grenadian food and nightlife, as well as countless glimpses into its extensive Franco-British heritage.

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