Caribbean - Windward Islands

Untouched by Time

St. Lucia

A one-way charter between St. Lucia and Grenada opens up even more time in the Grenadines because there's no need to retrace your steps. Your yacht charter can start in Grenada or St. Lucia depending on the location of your yacht and prevailing winds…

St. Vincent and the Togego Cays

Your yacht will head south to enter the Grenadines chain of islands. After cruising along the volcanic west coast of St. Vincent, hikers or nature lovers on board can go ashore and explore untouched forests and visit magnificent tropical waterfalls. Energetic guests can hike to the summit of the 1,234-meter (4,048-foot) La Soufriere volcano and peer into its collapsed crater.

Your next stop will be in the picture-postcard Tobago Cays and National Park. The park consists of a 1,400-acre sand-bottom lagoon, which encompasses four uninhabited cays and horseshoe Reef.

Union and Mayreau islands have yachtie charm and are exceptional for exploring by kayaks.


There are literally dozens of bars and restaurants, too many to list. However, a few options include the Frangipani Hotel for a romantic dinner featuring Caribbean fare, Auberge des Grenadines for sumptuous lobster and other seafood, and the Tradewinds Yacht Club restaurant, Devil's Table, which has good food for all budgets and a charming island ambience.

For charterers seeking a bit of pampering, get a massage at Jack's Spa & Beauty Salon, or play a game of tennis at one of several courts. Hiking is popular on Bequia, along the beaches and on the trails in the hills of Mount Pleasant. Visit the Bequia Maritime Museum, the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary, or the home of one of Bequia's most famous harpooners, Athneal Ollivierre, where there's a small whaling museum.

Bequia is both beautiful and filled with attractions. It's a great stop on any St. Lucia yachting itinerary.


Mustique – 1,400 acre island- your cruise wouldn't be complete without stopping at this exclusive, privately owned island, home to approximately 90 sprawling mansions of the world's rich and famous, though that's not its chief attraction. Mustique is special because it's so unspoiled. Sailors are welcome to hike and bike the roads and trails; touring via taxicab is another option. You can pick up a mooring in Britannia Bay, then go ashore to explore. Stop by Basil's Bar, one of the most famous in the Caribbean, for dinner and drinks in an informal setting. Of course, upscale dining is also available!

Union Island

A little piece of paradise with some of the best beaches in the world – relax on the white sand and bathe in warm turquoise waters. You will be welcomed to this authentic Caribbean island by their warm and friendly people. From Union Island guests can enjoy SCUBA diving and kite boarding and go to Happy Island, a unique bar built from conch shells in Clifton Harbour.


Known as the Spice Island, Grenada is the largest island of the three-island country of Grenada, which includes Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Enjoy an afternoon visiting the shops and restaurants at the busy capital of St. George. If you need something more adventurous, hike through the Grand Etang Rainforest then cool off in the fresh waters of St. Margaret’s Falls. Be sure to visit the Gouyave Nutmeg Factory of which Grenada is known for and very proud of. Or simply drive around this beautiful island and take in the beauty of every home and building rooftops that are blooming with flowers.