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Sail the Grenadines, The Caribbean You're Looking For!

The islands of the Grenadines lay in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. The island chain offers incredible sailing with beautiful trade winds and the charm of the Caribbean of yesteryear. Leave the gourmet meals on board Kuma Too; when you head ashore in the Grenadines, your toes will be in the sand while locals prepare freshly caught seafood on homemade open-flame BBQs showering you with hospitality and rum punch.

Port Elizabeth, Bequia

Fly into St. Vincent to explore the lush landscape of the mainland, or save a few hours of sailing and fly directly into the heart of the Grenadines. With short sails, there are so many anchorages to explore!

Wander the quaint streets of Port Elizabeth and snorkel the most vibrant reef while moored in Bequia (pronounced Beckwee or Beckway). Derived from the ancient Arawak word Becouya, Bequia means "island of the clouds". A well-established wateringhole for pirates, Bequia was the birthplace of the infamous Queen Anne's Revenge, Blackbeard's flagship and the Americas most powerful warship in its day.

If you're looking for a bit of luxury, a visit to the private Mustique Island is a must. Spend the evening dancing the night away at Basil's Bar or sneak in a few hours of pampering at the spa.

Sail on a beam-reach to Canouan for a day exploring the Sandy Lane Yacht Club and quiet streets. Whether you're looking for some beach time, hiking, or a beach bar there's something for everyone.

Sandy Lane - Canouan

Next stop is the picturesque Tobago Cays with a snorkel at the World's End Reef. The Tobago Cays are made up of 5 cays with hiking trails, excellent snorkeling, a turtle sanctuary, white sand beaches, world-famous beach BBQs, and one of the film sets for Pirates of the Caribbean.

As Kuma Too enjoys a downwind sail, we pull into Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau. Only accessible by boat with a single road and unnamed village, this island screams remote. Meander through the ruins of an abandoned resort, sip an ice-cold Hairoun Beer, and soak in the warm waters of the bay. Here beachfront shacks serve local cuisine with the freshest seafood, as you watch your lobster and fish come off the fisherman's wooden boat onto the grill then onto your plate.

A lunch stop finds Kuma Too at the manmade Happy Island before settling into the secluded Chatham Bay, Union Island. The protected bay houses a beautiful sandy beach with local vendors offering cold cocktails and made-to-order seafood.

Union Island

Extend your trip with a disembarkation in Grenada. With added stops at the largest island of the Grenadines, Carriacou, and its tiny neighbor, Sandy Island. As we sail south, we enjoy a secluded night on Ronde Island offering a hiking trail and calm anchorage with Jurassic landscapes. Sailing around the underwater volcano, Kick 'em Jenny, we head to the underwater sculpture park as we arrive to the mainland of Grenada. Before departure, a full day exploring the rainforest and beaches of the Spice Isle is a must.

*This is only a sample of destinations throughout the Grenadines. Itineraries are always customized based on guests' interests and determined by weather. Activity and fitness level are taken into consideration for hiking and snorkeling adventures.

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