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7 days exploring St Vincent and the Grenadines on a luxury yacht

7 days exploring St Vincent and the Grenadines on a luxury yacht

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Admiralty Bay

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Admiralty-Bay

St Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country in the Lesser Antilles is comprised of the large St Vincent island and a chain of over 30 smaller islands stretching down to Grenada.

St Vincent itself is home to lush rainforests and La Soufriere, an active volcano that can be hiked. But it is the smaller islands that make this area such a pleasure to discover either on a private yacht or as part of a luxury yacht charter in the Caribbean.

Coral reefs, idyllic bays and some of the best beaches in the Caribbean comprise this tropical paradise. From the charm of the tiny island of Bequia to the exclusivity of the celebrity-ridden island of Mustique, this area offers something for everyone.

Day 1: Admiralty Bay, Bequia

Join your yacht at Young Island, just off St Vincent’s southern coast, and then set sail for the lush, green isle of Bequia, anchoring in picturesque Admiralty Bay. Wander ashore to stroll along the quaint waterfront of Port Elizabeth with its cafés and shops, and visit the impressive model boat workshops, where these miniature vessels are handmade by the local craftsmen.

Finish your day with drinks at the legendary Frangipani, an iconic yachtie watering hole, and return to the yacht to dine on fresh fish that the Vincentian fisherman may have caught that day, before enjoying a slice of Frangi's famous lime pie.

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Picnic at Hope Bay en route to Union Island

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 Union-Island

Spend the morning on one of Bequia’s golden beaches or dive the Devil’s Table, loaded with fish and coral it is considered to be one of the best scuba dives in the Caribbean. Alternatively take an excursion to Hope Bay on the Atlantic coast, beginning with an hour-long walk down to the shore from the end of the drivable track.

Your chef will pack a picnic lunch as there are no restaurants nearby. For those in the know this is a great place to bodysurf, but Hope Bay is such a well-kept secret that you are unlikely to see another soul. Back on board, take a late afternoon cruise to Union Island, a mini-Tahiti topped by the 1,100ft Mount Taboi, anchoring overnight off the long sand beach in Chatham Bay.

Picture courtesy of Pawel Kazmierczak/Shutterstock.com

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Snorkelling and beach barbecue on Tobago Cays

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Tobago-Cays

A quick passage over to the magical Tobago Cays National Maritime Park deposits you among thousands of marine creatures and pristine corals where visibility to 12 metres is not unusual. The four uninhabited islands that make up the Tobago Cays are surrounded by a pristine Horseshoe Reef, and you can spend the whole day snorkelling and floating atop transparent waves, pausing to lunch on board.

The dive boats depart in the afternoon, leaving you to enjoy shelling the beaches in perfect solitude. Enjoy a banquet of champagne and barbecued lobster (caught outside the park) on the beach, topped off with passion fruit sorbets.

Picture courtesy of V. J. Matthew/Shutterstock.com

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