Grenada provides the perfect base and start to your holiday. You begin at picturesque horse shoe bay harbour close to silky stretches of postcard perfect white sand beaches. The azure seas and its treasures are extraordinary. Combine this with reliable winds and vibrant island culture for a tropical paradise. Here are a few simple steps to make this dream a reality.
CHOOSE WHO – YOUR PEOPLE
Whether sailing with friends or family, the ability to all get along is essential. A personality can make all the difference between your holiday being the amazing lifetime experience you planned for or the stuff of nightmares. This is a good time to consider holiday preferences and absolutes that sailing companions might have.
CHOOSE WHAT – YOUR VESSEL
Catamarans are ideal for a relaxing experience. They are spacious and provide stability, privacy and comfort. Choose a Monohull if you enjoy sailing as a sport, seeking a performance on the water and don’t mind being one with the ocean.
CHOOSE WHEN – BEST WEATHER CONDITIONS
Sunshine, balmy breezes and an average temperature of 78 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit is typical year round in Grenada and the Grenadines. Mother Nature may throw in the occasional rain shower from February to June and more frequent ones between July to January.
CHOOSE WHERE – YOUR ROUTE
Consider distances between islands. Factor in activities like island exploration, scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking and sunset gazing. Those preferences mentioned earlier will come in handy for your route decisions too. Think quiet vs. livelier spots, snorkeling/diving vs. beach life, fancy restaurants vs. beach shacks etc.
CHOOSE HOW – BAREBOAT OR CREWED
Go Bareboat if you want to captain your own ship. It means you’re independent and a skilled, licensed sailor happy to also do your own shopping and cooking. A Crewed charter includes a captain, cook, food and everything needed for the entire trip. Unless you’ve sailed in the area before some local knowledge can be a big advantage and really allows you to relax into the holiday.
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