There is a big variety of sailing trips: Full and half days, starting from Grenada and from Carriacou; On catamarans and on single keel boats. With snorkelling. Along the west and the south coast. Providers of sailing services do not usually run to a strict timetable, so please give us notice of your wishes, and prepare to be flexible on date.
Explore beautiful Caribbean islands, unspoiled settings with gorgeous beaches, fantastic snorkelling and scuba diving, friendly people, warm tropical water and a perfect climate.

Jambalaya's interior is comfortably designed to accommodate up to 6 guests in 3 private cabins.

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Ride up the west coast of Grenada in a custom-built safari boat.
Explore St. George’s from the Carenage, learning as you go about the history and ecology of our island. See picturesque beaches, bays and coves.
Whizz back at speed!

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There are two versions of this: one on a luxury catamaran, one on a motor boat. Cruise up the smooth, Caribbean west coast, with views of little bays, colourful fishing villages and the gorgeous green hills beyond. Then round the north coast of Grenada, encountering choppy water which really lets you know you’re on the sea.

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Apart from all the fish and the coral, don’t forget our underwater sculpture park!

Most of our snorkelling is on the west coast, and from boats, rather than from a beach – so you need to be a competent swimmer. There is a wide choice of providers, from short and sweet dedicated snorkelling trips to snorkelling as a component of longer sails and ‘marine adventures’.

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Come fishing on a fast, comfortable twin diesel engine, 31ft boat. It has a full cabin with head (toilet), refrigerator and shaded seating. Guests may catch a wide range of fish from barracuda, wahoo, dorado, yellowfin tuna, blue marlin, sailfish etc ranging in size from a few pounds to over 500lb.

Read more: True Blue Sport Fishing

Take a morning out in search of the ‘other’ locals, with names like Short Fin Pilot, Sei, Dwarf and Pigmy Sperm. And then there are the dolphins: common, Spotted, Bottle Nosed, Frazers… A sighting cannot be guaranteed, but even if the whales are out when you call, it’s an exhilarating morning on the water.

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Pack your high factor sunscreen, your hat, your shades and your expectations. Set sail up the west coast on a luxury catamaran. Snorkel at the underwater sculpture park, the first of its kind anywhere in the world. Afterwards, sail past the magnificent Grand Anse beach, round the tip of Point Salines, between the airport and tiny Glover Island, and along the scenic southern coast to Hog Island.

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Quieter, simpler, and less hilly than Grenada, our ‘sister isle’ has fine beaches, good snorkelling and views to many other tiny islands. You fly to Hillsborough, the capital, in a nine-seater plane. Here you are met and driven across the island to Windward. You board ‘Darling Blue’, yacht. The boat takes you sailing past Petite Martinique to Petit St. Vincent, (beach only) and back...

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Grenada Sunsation Tours - Grand Anse - St. George's - Grenada, W.I. | Phone : (473) 444-1594 / 439 4447 - E-Mail: qkspice@spiceisle.com

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