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Grenada Yacht Charter

What is the best route to sail Grenada?

When it comes to your Grenada boat charter, you can choose your dream itinerary and chart your own destiny. However, if you follow one of our itineraries, you will sail to sensational islands, bays, cays and towns, each of which has something new to offer. Our 7-day Grenada sailing itinerary starts at our base in Port Louis Marina and takes you to Dragon Bay, Carriacou, Union Island, Tobago Cays, Petit Martinique, Prickly Bay and St George’s Bay.
As gateway to the Grenadines, Grenada’s southernmost location in the Windward Islands also opens the door to one-way charters through more challenging open-water passages, allowing you to experience the beauty of other points of interest in St. Vincent, the Grenadines and St. Lucia.

When is the best time to sail in Grenada?

The peak sailing season in Grenada runs from October-June, which is generally considered the best time to set sail on the open waters of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. During this time, plenty of incredible regattas are held, such as the Grenada Sailing Festival in January and Grenada Classic Yacht Regatta in February.
June to November is the hurricane season for the Caribbean, but Grenada is south of the area most affected. It should be noted that, if conditions exist for hurricane development, we request very close contact with the base while clients are on charter.

How easy is it to island hop in Grenada?

Grenada is a fantastic sailing destination if you want to spend your charter island hopping and making magical memories. In very close proximity to Grenada you will find its sister islands, including Carriacou and Petite Martinique. 
With breathtakingly beautiful islands, bays and cays such as Chatham Bay and St. Vincent on our Grenada itinerary, all that’s left to do is hire a skipper, relax up on deck and sip cocktails until you reach the next island on your route.

How many days in Grenada is enough?

We think a Grenada sailing charter of at least 7 days is ideal because it gives you the opportunity to explore the wonders of Grenada and surrounding islands, while also having time to relax and unwind. If you want to sail around St Vincent and St Lucia, we have also created 10-day and 14-day itineraries that you can follow. 
If you have any questions about any of our itineraries, get in touch with us today.

What are the best things to do in Grenada?
  • Be at one with nature and spend your day hiking around Grenada, Bequia and a number of other islands – a great way to experience stunning rainforests, tucked away villages, and stunning views out to sea.
  • Explore the sensational underwater sculptures at Molinere Point.
  • Visit one of the dozens of breathtaking waterfalls around Grenada.
  • Since Grenada and Carriacou are not as heavily visited as other Caribbean islands, the reefs, wrecks and coral walls remain largely unspoiled by crowds and many have yet to be fully explored. Divers will encounter deserted cays, sandbars and lagoons teeming with sea life.
  • Visit the crater lake at Grand Etang National Park and Forest Preserve.
  • Sports fishing is extremely popular in these waters, with Spanish mackerel, barracuda, marlin, tuna and kingfish just some of the fish landed.*
  • If you want to channel your inner underwater adventurer in Grenada, take a look at our water sports options.

*Licenses are not required for trolling a line while underway. Spearfishing is illegal to all non-residents. You can also rent a fishing rod at the base at $10 USD.

What is the weather like in Grenada?

Grenada has a beautiful, subtropical climate, experiencing a mild dry season from January to May and a wet season from June to December, with high temperatures and humidity.

The average temperature in St Georges ranges from 79°F – 82°F (26°C-28°C) year round, so you can sit back, relax and soak up the sun during your Grenada yacht charter. 

Winds are nearly always NE-SE at 10-25 knots, intensifying around the northern ends of islands. Rain usually arrives in squalls seen approaching from windward, and typically squalls can have strong gusts. Visibility is normally over 10 miles, but reduced in squalls. Average annual precipitation varies from 1,524 mm (60 inches) in the coastal districts to 5,080 mm (200 inches) in the mountains.

When you embark on your relaxing Grenada sailing vacation, the base will provide the weather forecast for the following 24 hours. provides a weather forecast for the next 24 hours. There are locations at Blue Lagoon St. Vincent, Tyrell Bay, Clifton Harbour and Bequia where forecasts are posted daily. It should be noted that radio reception can be very poor in the islands, however reports can also be obtained by calling Port Louis Marina by cell phone.

What are the tides like in Grenada?

Much like our destinations in the BVI, Greece and Antigua, the tidal range in Grenada is very small: 30 cm to 90 cm (1-3 ft), including the variation of level due to atmospheric pressure and dominant winds.

The current is normally westerly up to 2.5 knots, which should be taken into account when planning your Grenada yacht charter.

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FAQs

What does Exclusive Plus, Exclusive and Club mean?

Exclusive Plus – Exclusive Plus class yachts are up to 1 year old, and feature the latest innovations and complimentary WI-FI in British Virgin Islands, Thailand, Seychelles, and all Mediterranean locations (excluding Italy).

Exclusive – Exclusive class yachts have been in our fleet approximately 1 to 3 years and feature many of the same amenities as our Exclusive Plus yachts as well as complimentary WI-FI in British Virgin Islands, Thailand, Seychelles, and all Mediterranean locations (excluding Italy).

Club – Club class yachts have some of the Exclusive class amenities, and are generally 3+ years of age (up to 10 years in the Exotics and Mediterranean) .

Can I rent just a single cabin?

Yes!  Perfect for couples or singles, you can enjoy the experience of a Luxury Crewed Charter for the price of a single cabin.

Is there Wi-Fi on board? 

The Moorings is proud to announce that Free Wi-Fi is now included on all Exclusive and Exclusive Plus models, and all-inclusive Crewed Yachts in select

destinations worldwide*, including the British Virgin Islands, Thailand, the Seychelles, and all Mediterranean locations (excluding Italy). Wi-Fi is also available for rent on our Club model yachts in participating destinations.*Internet connectivity and speed may vary within cruising grounds.

What type of equipment and amenities will I find on board?

The Moorings carries the most up-to-date equipment and all the extras a sailor or powerboater could ask for, including GPS satellite navigation

systems, autopilots, The Moorings SailMate mainsail stacking system and CD players with cockpit speakers. Some even have generators and air conditioning. The below deck areas are modified from standard factory production models to give you more room, comfort, and luxury. Our newest models include flatscreen TV’s and DVD players

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What Guests are Saying

The Moorings is really the main game in charters in terms of base locations, number of boats, and service and upkeep on boats. We’ve also had a great experience with the staff at the various bases from which we’ve chartered.
Craig Boise Grenada

Our skipper, Nick, Hazel was great. He took care of dinner. Reservations was graded explaining all of our activities and gave us many options to plan our trip. Would recommend Nick to anyone and would love to use him again.

Jeff Buckman Grenada

Excellent service from the entire team. Clive and Quinesha are awesome as is the entire group at the docks. First class.

Lance Simpson Grenada

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