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Port Louis Marina

Port Louis is the yachting capital of Grenada, and an excellent base from which to explore both the island itself and the spectacular Grenadines just a few miles to the north. Port Louis Marina lies in the lagoon just across from all the local amenities of the islands vibrant capital, St George's. Home to many bars, restaurants, shops and a market, St George's draws people in from all over the island.

With so many rich spices grown on this “Spice Island”, it’s no surprise that they feature highly in the islands cookery. Creole cuisine blends with classic West Indian flavours to create the local specialities. International tastes are also catered for. Many of the restaurants have harbour and ocean views, creating a fantastic al fresco experience.

Carib Beer and Westerhall rum are the local brews and are widely available on Grenada. Unsurprisingly the sea is central to many of the local activities available. Five of the best white sand beaches on the island are all within a 10 minute dinghy ride.

The diving is unspoiled by crowds and many reefs, wrecks and coral walls are waiting to be explored. Fishing is very popular, with marlin and tuna among the catches on offer. No visitor to the island should leave without a visit to the waterfalls of the tropical rainforest and the volcanic crater lake of the Grand Etang Forest Reserve. 

Port Louis Marina offers first class facilities with a restaurant, bar, duty-free shopping on site, as well as a swimming pool and internet access.  With all this to do it will be difficult to tear yourselves away. 



  • Marina

Things to do:

  • Eat and Drink at the Marina or in to St Georges
  • Shop
  • Explore the beaches
  • Snorkel


  • Everything a charterer could need including showers, toilets, restaurants, bars, laundry, fuel, water, electricity, wireless internet, customs and immigration clearances in and out can be handled at the yacht club.