About St. Vincent & the Grenadines
St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) are a beautiful chain of islands tucked away in the southern Caribbean. Well out of the way of the infamous “hurricane belt”, the region comprises of mainland St. Vincent to the north and 32 smaller volcanic islands and cays to the south. This remarkable collection of islands is highly sought after for it’s idyllic sailing conditions, pristine marine reserves, vibrant local cuisine, and mountainous jungle terrain.
Cruise with CetoSea on our chartered tours into the heart of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. We’ll take you to sail crystal blue waters, swim along vibrant coral reefs, and meet the friendly locals who live amongst these tiny islands. Best of all, you’ll feel good knowing that your conservation efforts throughout the cruise are leaving these ecosystems healthier than when you arrived. It’s no wonder why SVG is one of our most requested trip destinations year after year.
Head over to our Onboard Amenities page to see a complete list of what’s included with your exclusive CetoSea vacation!
Map of the Cruising Area
Sample Trip Overview
Recommended duration: 7 Days
Distance Sailed: 76 nautical miles
7 Microplastic Samplings
5 Beach Clean-up Options
6 Snorkelling & Dive Spots
6 Marine Protected Areas
3 Guided Nature Hike Options
(SVD) Argyle International Airport
Sample Itinerary Option
Welcome to lush St. Vincent & the Grenadines!
You’ll land in Argyle, St. Vincent where our friendly taxi driver Phyllis will take you for a tropical ride from SVD airport to our yacht in Blue Lagoon Marina on the southern tip of the island. Climb aboard for an evening orientation and welcome dinner at the famed Young Island Resort and Restaurant. Experience your first night aboard by sleeping under the stars of the southern Caribbean.
A Taste Of Eastern Caribbean Culture in Port Elizabeth
Hike the historic stairwell to the top of Fort Duvernette, AKA Rock Fort, for unparalleled views of St. Vincent. After an optional check-out dive at Young Island, we’ll sail an hour south across the channel to neighboring Bequia Island. Along the way, we’ll show you how to use our trawl device for collecting microplastic samples as part of our citizen science research efforts. We’ll drop anchor in Admiralty Bay for an afternoon of exploring the charming town of Port Elizabeth on Bequia Island. The town’s waterfront is filled with quaint boutiques, bars, and restaurants just waiting for you to stop in for a visit and chat!
Swim With Sea Turtles in A Coral Wonderland
Enjoy breakfast and a cup of coffee at one of Port Elizabeth’s many waterfront cafes before we continue sailing. Our next destination is the beautiful Tobago Cays Marine park located just 22 nautical miles south in the Grenadines. This is one of our favorite anchorages in the Caribbean because of the endless coral reef, opportunities to swim with sea turtles, and friendly locals. In the afternoon, we’ll also conduct two beach surveys on Petit Rameau and Jamesby Islands while our friend Neil prepares a sumptuous beach BBQ dinner.
A Luxuruous Barefoot Dinner at PSV Eco-Resort
In the morning we set sail from Tobago Cays to neighboring Salt Whistle Bay to explore the island of Mayreau. This natural harbor is best known for its picture-perfect beaches, assortment of artisan crafts, and kitesurfing popularity. Enjoy a morning perusing the stalls along the beach or hike into town for a stunning view of the Grenadines from atop the hill. We’ll depart Mayreau just in time to enjoy a luxurious barefoot dinner ashore at the famed Petit St. Vincent (PSV) eco-resort.
The Smallest Island in the World? We Think So.
Take a morning stroll down the streets of Petit Martinique before our secret lunch stop on Mopion Island. You’ll have this tiny island all to yourself to dive and snorkel for the rest of the afternoon. Then, we’ll drop anchor in Clifton Harbour to spend the evening exploring everything this bustling port village has to offer, including Happy Island!
Deep Blue Seas from Union Island –> Bequia
Fuel up for our journey back to Port Elizabeth by eating your way through the numerous bakeries and cafes in Clifton Harbour. Enjoy the gentle ride back home as we pass by Mayreau, Canouan, and Mustique Islands once again. When we reach Port Elizabeth, enjoy the rest of the evening at your favourite beach bar or venture to the opposite side of the island for a different view of the Grenadines.
Return To Port & Final Goodbye
A quick sail back to Blue Lagoon Marina in St. Vincent marks the end of our exquisite tour. The Captain & Crew will share concluding remarks and reflect on the positive impact we made over the past seven days. Make sure you say any last goodbyes to your new found friends before disembarking the yacht. Our taxi driver will be available to shuttle any passengers going to SVD airport from the Marina. If you have some extra time, visit the capital city of Kingstown or drive up the island’s volcano to find one of the hidden waterfalls.