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.
Stop for lunch at picturesque, Crusoesque, Sandy Island, with a dazzling sandy beach and mainland Grenada as a scenic backdrop. (The motor boat can take you right up the beach: the catamaran has to wait a little way off, so if you wish to go ashore, you have to swim.)
There is time for a picnic and for bathing / exploration. Return along the Atlantic east coast, which is fjorded with wild coastal scenery, followed by the up-market southern peninsulas studded with luxury villas. Pass close to Calivigny, Hog and Glover islands in the south before rounding Point Salines, home to the airport and gliding alongside Grand Anse beach and ‘back to base’.
A superb day out, whichever way you do it!
The motor boat includes a snorkel stop at Dragon Bay (west coast)
This trip is subject to a minimum group size, and it helps if you can be flexible on date. There are times of year when it cannot run, or when the return journey has to be back along the west cost (i.e. the east coast is omitted) if the water is particularly rough in the east.