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Sailing in Grenada & The Grenadines

Gateway to the Grenadines, Grenada is a stunning island in its own right, but its fantastic position also lends itself to being the perfect starting point for a sailing adventure.  Cruise along the unspoilt Grenadian coast before heading to some of the smaller, enchanting islands of the Grenadines.  They all have their own distinct personality, some completely deserted, others with bustling markets and authentic bars and restaurants to visit.  Sailing here is slightly more challenging than the more gentle conditions in the British Virgin Islands, however, it still offers short sailing distances and breathtaking scenery as well as fantastic watersport opportunies and snorkelling that is second to none...

ITINERARY INSPIRATION

Spend a glorious 7 nights on board a stunning yacht, enjoying the islands of Grenada and The Grenadines from the water... the ultimate way to explore the Caribbean.

Vahine Island, Tahiti

Just a stone’s throw from the island of Taha’a, in Tahiti’s idyllic Society Islands, this barefoot luxury escape hugs the white sands and coconut groves of Motu Tu Vahine (Island of the Woman) at the edge of a picture perfect turquoise lagoon. A scenic boat ride from nearby Raiatea, Vahine Island is an intimate hideaway for only a handful of guests in its 9 heavenly villas, 3 of which sit over the lagoon on stilts.  This is paradise found!

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Vahine Island, Tahiti

Just a stone’s throw from the island of Taha’a, in Tahiti’s idyllic Society Islands, this barefoot luxury escape hugs the white sands and coconut groves of Motu Tu Vahine (Island of the Woman) at the edge of a picture perfect turquoise lagoon. A scenic boat ride from nearby Raiatea, Vahine Island is an intimate hideaway for only a handful of guests in its 9 heavenly villas, 3 of which sit over the lagoon on stilts.  This is paradise found!