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St Vincent and the Grenadines

Discover one of the world’s best kept secrets as you relax and unwind in the enchanting islands of St Vincent and The Grenadines. Secluded bays, mesmerising azure water and spectacular landscapes are just some of the wonderful sights you’ll experience.

INTRODUCING

Discover one of the world's best kept secrets, the enchanting islands of St Vincent and The Grenadines.

A cluster of 32 paradise islands and cays, come relax and unwind in one of the most picture perfect destinations we have to offer. Secluded bays, mesmerizing azure water and spectacular landscapes are just some of the wonderful sights you will experience on our luxury St Vincent and The Grenadines yacht charters.

The best way to reach these stunning islands is to fly into Barbados, which is only a short 40-minute flight from St Vincent. Barbados is only three hours from Florida, four hours from New York and nine hours from Los Angeles.

We think the national anthem - "Saint Vincent, Land So Beautiful" - is spot on. You'll be hard pressed to find anywhere else with the natural beauty and charm, these islands have to offer. Let TradeWinds look after your every need. View our latest offers and find your dream vacation on one of our luxury, all-inclusive St Vincent and The Grenadines yacht charters.

HIGHLIGHTS

Imagine waking up in paradise every single day. Platinum white beaches, inviting waters, spectacular landscapes and tropical greenery; it really sounds too good to be true. This is why we like to think of St Vincent and The Grenadines as the 'Gems of the Antilles'.

This enchanting, lush island paradise is the perfect way for you to leave the hustle bustle behind and just give in to the Caribbean way of life.

If you crave adventure, then get your diving gear ready, as this is one underwater adventure, you don't want to miss! A real sanctuary for underwater life in the Tobago Cays Marine Park awaits you with turtles, rays and fish galore. Or how about exploring a volcanic plug of rock called Critter Corner? Home to sea grass, coral fans and every sea creature you can imagine.

Get ready to experience the sights and sounds of these incredible islands. Fishing is an important way of life, so be sure to listen out for local fishermen using conch shells to let locals know they have returned with a fresh catch! And don't forget to sample some of the local cuisine, especially the roasted breadfruit and fried jack fish.

St Vincent is the biggest of the islands, and referred to as the 'mainland'. The Grenadines islands are strewn like jewels in a southerly direction from the mainland of St. Vincent, each one uniquely beautiful. Here you'll find the islands of Mustique, home to the rich and famous, mesmerizing Bequia and the heavenly lagoons of the Tobago Cays.

When you land at Kingstown, a short ferry ride will take you to the island of Bequia. We are based at Bequia Marina and this is where you will meet your crew upon arrival to start your very own journey of discovery.

Let us share what these Caribbean 'Gems' have to offer. Book yourself a room with a view on one of our luxury, all-inclusive St Vincent and The Grenadines yacht charters. Your perfect Caribbean dream escape starts here.

Our crew in St Vincent and The Grenadines are looking forward to welcoming you aboard soon.

Sailing Highlight

Go and sail the fabulous Tobago Cays. These five tiny uninhabited islands are only accessible by boat.  Experience world-class snorkeling and diving in crystal clear water. The shades of turquoise are just unbelievable.  Be entranced by the dazzling white-sand beaches. Swim with turtles and parrot fish.  Imagine yourself marooned forever, here in the southern Grenadines. Sheer bliss!

Diving Highlight

Go and dive the Stratmann tug -  the number one wreck-dive in the country.  Just off Admiralty Bay in Bequia sits the old tugboat.  Deliberately sunk in 2003, she sits upright in 40 feet of water.   Stratmann is now completely covered in soft coral.  She is home to thousands of colourful fish and sea critters.  These include nurse sharks, barracudas, and eagle rays.  Mantas and dolphins often come into the bay. Occasionally, migrating whales are also spotted here.

The destination was difficult to get to but worth the effort. The crew made the trip very interesting and enjoyable. The boat seriously needed work.

Robert

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