Daily Archives: January 5, 2009

Petite Martinique Sailing

This is one of the smallest inhabited islands within the Windward Isles belonging to the tri-island state of Grenada. The island which is volcanic in origin, provides an ideal place to stop off while sailing for a spot of adventure … Continue reading

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Carriacou Sailing

  Records suggest that ‘Carriacou’ is derived from a Caribe word meaning ‘Land surrounded by reefs”. The island is the largest of the Grenadines and is located just over 20 miles north of mainland Grenada and 3 miles west of … Continue reading

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Petite St Vincent

The island of Petit Saint Vincent or PSV as its affectionately known lies 40 miles south of St Vincent & the Grenadines and is the southern most outpost. The 113 acre island is privately owned and consists of a single resort with … Continue reading

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Palm Island

This is the legendary privately owned resort island first founded in the 1950’s. The island is approximately 130 acres in size and is located near the southern tip of St Vincent & the Grenadines. Palm island obtained its current name … Continue reading

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Mayreau Sailing

  At just over 1.5 square miles and with a population of approximately 300, this is the smallest inhabited island within the Grenadines. With no airstrip on Mayreau the community is only accessible by boat. The top of the island … Continue reading

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Canouan Sailing

This island belongs to St Vincent and is located 25miles south of St Vincent itself within the Grenadines. Measuring just over 4 square miles and has a spectacular barrier reef which runs along its Atlantic side. The highest point on … Continue reading

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Mustique Sailing

A small privately owned island on the edge of the Caribbean sea which is part of the group of islands known as the Grenadines. Over the years the island of Mustique has proved a magnet for the rich and famous … Continue reading

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Bequia Sailing

This is the second largest island in the Grenadines with a population of approximately 4,500people. The island measures about 7sq miles and has a small airport which caters for charter flights connecting with the surrounding islands of St Vincent, Grenada, Canouan … Continue reading

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St Vincent Sailing

The island known locally as ‘The mainland’ is the largest of the islands in the chain called St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It has a population of approximately 120,000 people and is over 10 miles wide and nearly 20 miles … Continue reading

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Union Island Sailing

 This is the southernmost island in the Grenadines and is located midway between St. Vincent in the north and Grenada which can be seen to the south. Around 3,000 people populate the island, with the two main towns being Clifton … Continue reading

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Grenada Sailing

It is a rolling mountainous island in the south-eastern Caribbean sea. This nation consists of one big island (Grenada) and two smaller ones, (Carriacou and Petit Martinique) At just under 140 sq miles it is the smallest independent country in … Continue reading

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