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8 of the best beaches in the Grenadines

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Macaroni Beach, Mustique

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The ultimate sailor’s paradise — the Grenadines island chain is a land of white beaches, lazy hammocks, swaying palms and rum-soaked bliss. Whether visiting on a private yacht or enjoying a luxury yacht charter in the Caribbean here you can escape the crowds and step back in time.

Captain Carl Sputh of superyacht Starfire reveals eight of the best beaches to drop anchor at...

1. Macaroni Beach, Mustique

The sea has washed away many famous footprints on this beach, from rock god Mick Jagger to Princess Margaret. Macaroni Beach is one of those celebrity favourite Caribbean destinations, far from the prying eyes of the press and flanked by an oasis of green. Picnic tables sit beneath the splayed fingers of palm trees where world class chefs execute artful dishes.

A smattering of millionaire villas hide in the trees and the beach is private so for those seeking to spend a night or two bobbing offshore, you'll need to know someone on the inside or sweet talk your way in.

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Baradal Beach, Tobago Cays

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The Tobago Cays offer five wonderful wedges of remote island scattered across a lagoon. The beach at Baradal Island is a contender for one of the best beaches in the Caribbean with wonderful coral creating fantastic snorkelling.

The Baradal Turtle Sanctuary offers a great spot for watching the green and hawksbill turtles foraging and floating in their seemingly old as time bliss.

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Jamesby Beach, Tobago Cays

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The poster child for the Tobago Cays, Jamesby Beach sits sheltered from the storms. This is the smallest beach in the whole of the Tobago Cays but it is perfectly formed. The sheer cliff on one side peters out and drops beautifully to the single slip of sandy beach with just enough room for spreading out a picnic blanket for a feast of fresh fish, fruits and ice cold beers.

Afternoons on Jamesby Beach are all about launching yourself off the swim deck of your superyacht to cool down. Salty and sun kissed you can then stretch out on the aft deck with a cocktail in hand, watching one of the best sunsets in the Caribbean.

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