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Day06
Tobago Cays – Canouan
8nm
It is just a short cruise across to Canouan
Island’s Charlestown Bay. The reefs here
are ideal for diving.
Day07
Canouan –Mustique
10nm
The private retreat island of Mustique
is pure barefoot luxury. Anchor off the
island and step ashore for afternoon
tea at The CottonHouse followed
by an evening of Caribbean revelry
at Basil’s Bar.
Day08
Mustique – Bequia
12nm
Venture inland on the island of
Bequia and discover a lush green
enclave leading up to the summit of
Mount Pleasant. Spend the evening
enjoying the bustling atmosphere
around Port Elizabeth.
Day09
Bequia – St Vincent
10nm
Cruise up the coast to St Vincent and
spend the day relaxing in the secluded
Cumberland Bay before disembarkation.
Indepth
Day01
Grenada
The perfect place to begin (or end) a
cruise of the Grenadines, Grenada lies
to the south of the archipelago. Known
as the ‘Spice Island’, themountainous
island is coveredwith fragrant spice
trees and scenicwaterfalls, and ringed
withmiles of white sands.
Day02
Grenada – Carriacou
40nm
Following a late night accompanied
by Grenada’s famous island rum, wake
to find your breakfast laid out on the
aft deckwhilst taking in the views over
the crystal-clear waters of L’Esterre Bay
on Carriacou. The island has a varied
coastlinewithmany offshore islets
perfect for swimming, diving
and snorkelling.
Day03
Carriacou – Petit St Vincent
12nm
Your very own desert island, Petit
St Vincent offers total privacy and
seclusion along almost twomiles of
white beaches. Dine ashore at the
secluded Petit St Vincent Resort.
Day04
Petit St Vincent – Union Island
5nm
Exchange the peaceful anchorage
of Petit St Vincent for the cosmopolitan
CliftonHarbour on themountainous
Union Island. Step ashore to the
bustling bars and restaurants.
Day05
Union Island – Tobago Cays
8nm
Accessible only by boat, the nearby
Tobago Cays aremade up of four
uninhabited, palm-fringed islets
ringed by pristine, sandy beaches and
protected from the open sea by the
famous kaleidoscopic Horseshoe reef.
Swimand snorkel with turtles.
Don’t miss
Spend a few days ashore
on the volcanic island of
St Lucia, lying to the north
of St Vincent. Hike across
themountainous spine in
a single day, scaling Gros
Piton (pictured right) or
tackling Petit Piton.
At a glance
1 – Grenada
2 – Carriacou
3 – Union Island
4 – Petit St Vincent
5 – Mayreau
6 – Tobago Cays
7 – Canouan
8 – Mustique
9 – Bequia
10 – St Vincent
The Grenadines
Made up of rainforests, toweringmountains and sheltered bays, the Grenadines chain stretches out at the tail end of the Caribbean.
Each of the 32 islands is a short hop from the next and, as youwould expect, the best way to discover them is by yacht.
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