Following the devastation
caused by Hurricane Ivan, Grenada has
risen like a phoenix from the flames.
With new marina and hotel developments,
this is an island currently experiencing
a huge surge in popularity.
An incredibly fertile island, it’s as
famous for its rainforest, rivers and
waterfalls as it is for the enormous amount
of nutmet grown there. Known as Spice
Island, Grenada is rich in flavour and
natural interest. There are several safe
and sheltered anchorages, although few
Grenada’s sister islands are Carriacou
and Petit Martinique. The Gateway to The
Grenadines, Grenada is ideally positioned
as a great island from which to start
or end a Caribbean yacht charter.
Diving and Snorkelling
Breath-taking under water scenery and
abundant marine life ensures that scuba
diving fans will be delighted with each
dive. From lazy drift dives to more challenging
adventure diving, the pristine waters
of Grenada and Carriacou make for a great
scuba diving destination.
There are daily direct flights from London
and The States (via Miami) to Port Salines
International Airport (GNU). You can connect
with all the main islands surrounding
Dollars and Euros are universally accepted
although the local currency is Eastern
Caribbean Dollars. Major credit cards
are generally accepted in hotels, restaurants
and larger shops.