Vincent and The Grenadines
Lying to the south
of St Lucia and north of Grenada, St Vincent
and The Grenadines are known throughout
the world for fantastic sailing, most
of which is line-of-sight, and good winds.
Of the 30 or so islands that make up St
Vincent and The Grenadines, only eight
are inhabited with the largest island
being St Vincent. They are a haven of
natural beauty and absolute nirvana for
sailors and divers. Included in these
islands are Mustique and Petit St Vincent….exclusive
bolt holes for the rich and famous.
You could either plan a one way trip,
finishing in Grenada or St Lucia, or just
spend a week cruising The Grenadines,
soaking up the beauty and character of
Diving and Snorkelling
From the gentle
to the exhilarating, you’ll never have
the same dive twice. There are several
dive companies who will enthusiastically
guide you, whether it’s a wreck, reef
or drift dive and show you the stunning
underwater world of The Grenadines.
There are connecting flights from Barbados,
Puerto Rico, Saint Lucia, Martinique and
Grenada to Joshua Airport, St Vincent
(SVD). Alternatively, you may choose to
take a direct flight to St Lucia and catch
a LIAT flight to one of the smaller islands
or charter a plane. In which case, visit
Air for information on this.
US Dollars and € Euro are used although
the local currency is Eastern Caribbean
Dollars. Major credit cards may be accepted
in hotels, restaurants and some shops.
There are many places throughout the sailing
areas to exchange money from cash, Travellers
Cheques and Major Credit Cards