One of the greenest archipelagos in the Caribbean, Grenada’s three islands are a rich banquet of virgin forest and marine sanctuaries teeming with life. And did we mention the colonial-era towns that bang the party drum?

Sail the Caribbean’s Secret Spice Island

Want to sail the latest ‘secret’ Caribbean destination. These three islands – Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique – match that brief perfectly. Grenada is half-forested, blessed with bounteous beaches and offers a smorgasbord of ruins, reefs and festivals. Yet the package-tour circuit ignores it! Towns like 17th-century St George’s show colonial bones beneath modern bars and restaurants. Tie up your Y.CO luxury charter yacht here or drop anchor in your private paradise.

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Reasons to Visit Grenada

Caribbean Plenty, Without the Crowds

Think you’ve sailed the Caribbean’s best? Hold that thought, and give underrated Granada a go. Divers love Happy Valley or Dragon Bay, swarming with damselfish, pipefish and drums. Love to eat local? Coconut Beach’s grilled lobster or BB’s Crabback’s curry goat elicit groans of pleasure. Like a hike? The forested trails in central Grenada and northern Carriacou bloom with orchids and bougainvillea. Your Y.CO charter unearths all the islands’ treasures. But why charter in Grenada? Here’s why.

Grenada’s Restaurants

Is it the French legacy? Perhaps the aromatic spices that grow bounteously here? The sweetest mangoes? Or fresh delicacies from Grenada’s seas? Whatever the secret, Grenadian food is superb. Bogles Round House’s butter-poached lobster is legendary. Ditto the sesame-seared tuna at Aquarium. And do not miss the barracuda loin with grapefruit carpaccio at Green Roof Inn. Grenada’s best eateries are dispersed throughout the islands. Your Y.CO charter can take you to them all.

St George’s Is Fizzing With Fun

Sure it’s fun finding Grenada’s secrets, but a few days in town never hurts. Especially when that town is St George’s – a rainbow-coloured French-colonial beauty from 1650. Moor your Y.CO charter in the horseshoe-shaped harbour and choose your pleasure. Shots and harbourside partying in a ramshackle local bar? Step into the Black Mermaid. Colonial heritage? Looming Fort Frederick keeps its 18th-century looks. Excellent Caribbean restaurants? There’s one on every corner. 

Grand Etang National Park

Tie up your Y.CO luxury yacht in St George’s, then look up. Behind town rises the drama of Grenada’s four highest peaks. Swathed in poinciana and leadwood, they’re within steamy Grand Etang National Park. Take Seven Sisters Falls trail for multiple waterfalls and iguana spotting. Easier, if muddier, is the 90-minute Grand Etang Shoreline circuit. Grand Etang Lake, a forest-fringed crater-lake sheltering whistling frogs and other critters, is the premier sight.