Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charter
Imagine an island chain in the heart of the Caribbean Sea, uncluttered by tourist exploitation, with white-sand beaches on deserted islands, sky-blue water gently lapping the shore and barely a soul around.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a nation in the Lesser Antilles chain, which lies at the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea where it meets the Atlantic Ocean. Its 389 square kilometers territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines, which are a chain of smaller islands stretching south from Saint Vincent to Grenada.
The name Saint Vincent and the Grenadines evokes visions of exotic, idyllic island life. Although Saint Vincent as the largest island of Grenadines is considered as the hub that travelers will pass through ,it’s allure attracts visitors instantly. The beaches are on the average side and the frenetic pace of Kingstown and its unpolished edges inspires many to head out to the calm of the Grenadines. But the island is fascinating for exploring. The verdant rain forested interior has good hiking options, and vast banana plantations provide a timeless spectacle.
The sparsely inhabited islands and bays shelter thriving offshore reefs. You’ll find steep walls decorated with black coral around Saint Vincent, giant schools of fish around Bequia, and a coral wonderland around Canouan. There’s also pure bliss in the Tobago Cays – these five palm studded, deserted islands surrounded by shallow reefs are part of a protected marine sanctuary and offer some of the most pristine reef diving in the Caribbean. Snorkeling is also superlative.