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St George's

Grenada is a three island nation including Carriacou and Petite Martinique in the Grenadine chain of islands.  The main island Grenada, a former British Colony, offers charming architecture, 300 year old churches and narrow, quaint streets. Fort George and Fort Frederick date back to the 18th century, and are an impressive sight overlooking the harbour.

St George's is full of colonial buildings, crowned by orange fish scale tiles that mingle between multi-coloured homes along an emerald green backdrop. Stroll along the narrow streets, perusing the shops and taking in the amazing aromas drifting from the many great restaurants and bars.

Stop by Bay Gardens and marvel at over 3,000 species of Caribbean plants. The Carenage along the inner harbour is perfect for a scenic waterfront walk and on Saturdays, the place to be is St. George’s Market Square. Other sight seeing opportunities in St George's are the Grenada National Museum, or the Houses of Parliament.

The hiking is also one of the best in Grenada with a great trail leading to Mount Maitland in the Grand Etang Forest. The view from the top is outstanding. To the south, Grand Anse offers 2-miles of sandy beach with excellent dining and nightlife, easily reachable by dinghy. This beach is a favourite with visitors and is heavily featured in advertisements around the island.

As the beach is on the western side of the island, it is usually well sheltered and calm. There are a whole host of watersports to choose from as well as scuba diving shops for those that want to stock up on some new gear. There is a local vendors market just a short walk away from the floating dock, which is a great place to purchase local crafts and souvenirs. 

 

Mooring:

  • Marina

Things to do:

  • Explore the history of the Island
  • Hike to Mount Maitland
  • Swim and snorkel off Grande Anse Beach

Facilities:

  • 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.