Sailing the Caribbean Islands of Grenada and the Grenadines – Itinerary

What’s the plan for sailing in the Caribbean Islands of Grenada and the Grenadines?









Port Louis Marina



Day 1 – St. Georges/Molier Point

  • Get off the dock
  • Go sailing
  • Dinner on board
  • Spend the night at Molier Point 





Day 2 – Molier Point/Grand Anse Bay

  • Breakfast
  • Snorkel at the Underwater Sculpture Park
  • Cover the day’s lessons
  • Go sailing! Get out on the water & work on basics
Unstill life

“Unstill Life” Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada

  •  Anchor at Grand Anse Bay
  •  Dinner ashore at Coconut Beach Restaurant

Day 3 – Grand Anse/Tyrell Bay

  • Chart your course
  • Sail up the leeward side of Grenada
  • Settle in to Tyrell Bay
  • Dinner ashore or on board – your choice!
Tyrell Bay










Day 4 – Tyrell Bay/Petit St. Vincent

  • Cockpit learning session – the sailboat IS the classroom!
  • Sail up to Petit St. Vincent (PSV)
  • Visit PSV – a private island
  • Cheeseburgers in Paradise!

Secluded beach on the private Island of Petit St. Vincent
Looking out toward Union Island

Link to Petit St. Vincent:

Day 5 – Petit St. Vincent/Sandy Island

  • Cover material
  • Go sailing & moor out off Sandy Island
  • Great spot for snorkeling along the reef
  • Stroll along the shore & back for dinner onboard

Snorkeling in Grenada










Day 6 – Sandy Island/Grand Anse Bay

  • Sail down island back to Grand Anse Bay
  • Anchor out
  • Dingy to the marina
  • Catch a “dollar bus” to Umbrella’s Beach Restaurant for the best onion rings EVER!
Returning from Grand Anse Bay

Grand Anse Bay













Day 7 – St. George’s Bay/Port Louis Marina

  • Return to the marina
  • Practice docking
  • Clear off the boat by noon

Sailing in Grenada & the Grenadines













for TEN DAY COURSES for sailing the Caribbean Islands

Day 1 – St. Georges/Molier Point 


Day 1 Goal: Get off the dock and go sailing!










  • Settle in to the boat, toss off the bowlines, and sail out of the harbor!
  • Set the sails and head up to Molier Point.
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Hoisting the main sail













Day 2 – Molier Pt/Grand Anse

  • After a refreshing swim to the Sculpture Park
  • Go over some material
  • Cast off the mooring  lines and go sailing! 
  • Cover the basics – points of sail & basic maneuvers

“Circle of Children” Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada











  • Just as the sun starts to fade, we set the anchor off Grand Anse beach
  • Dingy ashore for dinner at Coconut Beach Restaurant

World famous Grand Anse Beach, Grenada










Link to Coconut Beach Restaurant, Grenada:

Day 3 – Grand Anse/Tyrell Bay 

  • Up by 7:00 AM, ready to go at 8:00 AM!
  • We pull up the anchor and set sail – Up island to Tyrell Bay

Tyrell Bay, Carriacou, Grenada










  • Enjoy the sights of the leeward side of Grenada
  • Can you find the aids to navigation?
  • It’s dinner aboard – who’s cooking tonight?           


Day 4 – Tyrell Bay/Union Island 

  • Get up, stand up, get up outta bed!
  • After checking out of Grenada at the customs and immigration office
  • We’re off to a new country – St. Vincent and the Grenadines! 

Clifton Harbor is a great place for provisioning










  • We’ll check in on  Union Island then  stroll through the town of Clifton. Do we need anything?
  • Clifton is a great place for fresh vegetables, chocolate croissants or just one more bag of ice.  
Happy Island surrounded by beautiful Caribbean Blue water

Happy Island, Clifton Harbor, Union Island
“The Happiest Place on Earth!”











  • We’ll might delve into a little more classroom material 
  • Head over to Happy Island for a Sundowner
  • Dinner ashore or on the boat – you decide!  
rum punch cheer

Rum punch “Cheers!” on Happy Island










Day 5 – Union Island/Tobago Cays 

  • Up early for a sail over to Tobago Cays
  • Along the way, practice maneuvers under sail
  • Get in a quick swim before sundown

Cruising through the cut at Tobago Cays










  • Be careful of the reef while passing through the cut between Pettit  Bateau and Pettit Rameau!
  • Your eyes are the best way to navigate this tricky passage
  • Watch for the brownish-green color of coral and the dark shadow of grass
  • Light blue means a sandy bottom, the lighter the blue – the shallower the water
  • LOBSTER BBQ on the beach with Romeo

Romeo’s Beach BBQ










 Link for more information on the Tobago Cays:

 Day 6 – Tobago Cays/Chattam Bay

  • Lessons in the morning
  • Enjoy the picturesque views of protected waters of the Tobago Cays Marine Park

Tobago Cays Marine Park










  • Never pass up a chance to swim with the turtles
  • Lunch, then sailing!

Greenback turtle in Tobago Cays










Day 7 – Chattam Bay/Mayreau                   

  • Coffee, fresh juice and mango French toast for breakfast
  • Talking about sailing

French Toast & the Cays!










  • Pull up the anchor for a leisurely sail to tranquil aqua blue waters of Salt Whistle Bay (or Saline Bay) in Mayreau
  • How are those man overboard drills going? (OR is it “crew” overboard?)
  • Hike up the hill for the view and a visit with Robert Righteous 
Beautiful Caribbean anchorage

Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau










Day 8 – Mayreau/Tyrell Bay/Sandy Island

  • Wake up! We’re headed over to Clifton Harbor to check out
  • Next destination: the beautiful protected anchorage of Sandy Island
  • More practice tying up to a mooring ball
  • Be sure to make those bowline loops big enough to hook from the deck!

Getting ready to hook a mooring ball













Day 9 – Sandy Island/Grand Anse                                                          

Day 10 – Port Louis      

  • Pull up the anchor
  • Head back to the base for docking practice
  • Finish up any last minute details, off the boat by Noon

Docking practice at Port Louis Marina










More info on Port Louis Marina:

However you choose to sail the Caribbean Islands of Grenada and the Grenadines – whether it is a seven day sailing vacation or you choose to stay longer on a ten day trip – you will not be disappointed! Grenada and the Grenadines has everything you could wish for in a Caribbean Island get-away! And once you earn your ASA certifications with LTD Sailing, you can become the captain of your own ship! Living the dream!


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