With Grenada’s incredible year round weather, beautiful seas, abundance of anchorages and world class facilities, the island is a favorite of in-the-know sailors. Boasting some of the best sailing in the Caribbean, yachtsmen will sail to Grenada, or choose to rent a bare boat rental or crewed yacht from the island and sail around Grenada and its surrounding dependencies of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
The Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada, A.K.A. MAYAG, is an excellent source of information for travelers sailing to Grenada. With online resources including clearance into Grenada, marinas and boatyards, supplier listings, links to other helpful businesses and organizations, and more, the MAYAG website details almost everything a sailor needs for smooth travels to the island.
For those considering sailing to the southern seas of the Caribbean, MAYAG has put together an excellent, informative video highlighting Grenada’s people, culture, and world-class marine and yachting products.
For relaxation and a change of pace, many that sail to the island choose take a short break from life on the water and book a short stay at Laluna Resort. Designed with a brief getaway in mind, the Escape Package allows guests a 3 night, 4 day respite featuring a Balinese massage, breakfast, dinner, and a private cottage suite with plunge pool. With its outstanding Italian restaurant, relaxing Asian spa, warm staff and first-class amenities, the resort is the perfect home base for some on-island rejuvenation.