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With its small and larger islands, the island nation of Grenada offers an exciting variety away from mass tourism: beautiful reefs for diving and snorkeling, culinary specialties on the spice island, hikes to crater lakes, relaxation on white and dark beaches, and a sense of originality.


Climate: tropical with temperatures between 22 and 30 degrees
Winds: Northeast trade
Sailing season: all year round with attention to the hurricane season from June to October

Yacht charter Grenada

The islands of Grenada belong to the Windward Islands and the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. The main island of the same name, Grenada, together with several smaller islands such as Carriacou, Petit Martinique and Ronde Island, form a state of their own, but still belong to the Commonwealth. They also form the southern part of the Grenadines, the state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines the northern.
To enter the country you need a passport, which should be valid for 6 months beyond the trip. No visa is required for a stay of up to one year. Upon entry, you will receive a residence permit for four weeks, for which an extension can be applied for at the relevant immigration office. However, air travelers should be in possession of return or onward tickets. If you are traveling via a country affected by the Ebola epidemic, you may be refused entry. It is recommended that you check with the appropriate authorities before entering the country. Further and current information can be found on the website of the German Foreign Office.
The official language is English, the currency is the East Caribbean Dollar.

Yacht charter vacation in Southern Grenadines

From Frankfurt you have the option to fly directly to Grenada, otherwise the flights usually go via London. You will arrive on the island of Grenada at Point Salines International Airport, near the capital St. George's. In the city is our base and the sailing center of Grenada, the Marina Port Louis. We offer more yachts in True Blue Bay, located to the south, close to the airport.
In the capital itself, be sure to visit one of the markets and experience the colorful variety of spices, fruits and other local ingredients and products. Grenada is also known as the Spice Island and exports nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger, among others. At a nutmeg plantation, you can learn about the cultivation and processing of Grenada's main export.
Inland, you can hike through unspoiled nature in Grand Etang National Park to volcanic crater lakes or take a trip to Annandale Waterfall.
South of the capital, you'll find a mile-long white sand beach in Grand Anse Bay. The south coast of Grenada consists of many indented bays. Good infrastructures are offered by Spice Island Marina in the popular Prickly Bay and Secret Harbour Marina in Mt. Hartman Bay.

From Grenada, the southern Grenadines can be reached very easily and with more time, islands of the state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines can be included. The islands offer vacations away from mass tourism and invite you to relax and explore. For example, you can visit the northern island of Carriacou , the largest of the Grenadine Islands. Here yacht charterers will find anchorages off the west coast in the large Hillsborough Bay and further south in Tyrell Bay, where there are also good restaurants. You can also buy your next dinner at Hillsborough's fish market and then retire to one of the mooring buoys off Sandy Island. Hillsborough is a port of embarkation and disembarkation. Carriacou means "island of reefs" because it is surrounded by coral reefs. Therefore it offers a nice destination for snorkelers and divers. Worth seeing and typical of the island is also the village of Windward, the traditional boat building center of the island.
The inhabitants of Petite Martiniques, the small neighboring island northeast of Carriacou, are also boat builders and fishermen. You can anchor there in front of the local dock, where you can also refuel.

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