Caribbean Journal explains why Grenada is a must-visit sailing destination and is becoming the preferred destination for top-level sailors. The article underlines the triple-island nation’s perfect conditions, a welcoming community, spectacular water, the annual Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week, and the Rum Cruise. Check out the full article and exciting sailing photos in the link below. Here are excerpts:
[. . .] And then there’s Grenada as sailing hub: the perfect jumping off point to explore Carriacou, Petite Martinique and the Grenadines chain. That’s helped by the presence of eight great marinas, from low-key facilities to superyacht havens.
To top it off, the country just hosted its annual Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week, one of the Caribbean’s top regatta events. [. . .]
And if you want to let someone else do the sailing, you can take outfits like Island Windjammers out of St George’s Grenada and visit Grenada and the wider Grenadines, too.
Indeed, coming in July is a Rum Cruise out of Grenada aboard the Diamant ship from July 8 to 14 — meaning sailing and daily samplings of exotic rums led by expert Dave Russell.
[Photo above: Jason Fletcher’s Apero was the top in Racer Cruiser Class 2 and awarded best performing yacht of the regatta second year in a row after winning all 10 races in her class.]
For original article, see http://caribjournal.com/2016/02/05/why-grenada-is-a-must-visit-sailing-destination/