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Stunning St Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charters

Indulge in an unparalleled experience on a St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter. Discover the breathtaking beauty of this Caribbean island chain as you sail through turquoise waters on a luxurious Odyssea yacht charter. This unique and exciting vacation destination has everything from exhilarating water sports to serene relaxation. Book your St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter now and embark on an unforgettable Caribbean yacht charter.

The first thing that comes to mind about St Vincent and the Grenadines is the crystal-clear waters surrounding the islands. There are endless opportunities to explore the coast and discover hidden coves and beaches. The beaches here are some of the most beautiful in the world, with powdery white sand and vibrant turquoise waters. So take a dip in the refreshing sea or relax on the sand and soak up the sun.

Beyond the beaches, St Vincent and the Grenadines offer a wealth of cultural and natural attractions. The islands are home to lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, and towering volcanic peaks. Take a hike through the rainforest to discover unique wildlife, or climb to the top of a volcano for a once-in-a-lifetime view. For history buffs, the islands offer a glimpse into the rich history of the Caribbean, with landmarks and ruins that tell the story of the region’s colonial past.

One of the best ways to experience the beauty of these islands is on a St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter. With your Odyssea yacht, you can explore the islands at your own pace and enjoy the freedom of the open sea. From the thrill of your personalized itinerary to the luxury of having your own private chef and crew, your Odyssea yacht charter is the ultimate way to experience the islands in style.

Whether you’re seeking adventure or relaxation, a St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter offers the perfect blend of both. With its stunning beaches, rich culture, and natural beauty, this Caribbean gem is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience what the region offers. So grab your sunglasses, pack your bags, and get ready for the vacation of a lifetime in St Vincent and the Grenadines!

 

St Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charter Attractions

Example Itinerary for Your St Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charter

Experience the ultimate luxury on a custom yacht charter tailored just for you! Contact us now to plan your dream itinerary.

This is a sample itinerary that might be altered by the captain depending on weather factors or guests’ requests.

Available Yachts in St Vincent and the Grenadines

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Crazy Horse, a  beautiful Oyster 72, is unique to the Oyster fleet with notable features such as the carbon hull, deck, and lightweight interior joinery, making her quick yet comfortable for cruising.  Her interiors offer a light, airy and spacious saloon furnished with a warm wood finish.  Her deck and transom design is flushed with rolled edge side decks, transom stairwell and a host of ‘superyacht’ style features which will capture the heart of all her charter guests.

 

Guests:

6

Cabins:

4

Crew:

2

Length:

19.77m

Model:

Oyster 72
Rate from (USD):
US $25,000
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Purpose is our very elegant Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 catamaran navigating the Caribbean waters. This very spacious luxury yacht captures, through its design, much of the natural light allowing it to flow through the salon, galley and cabins. The minute you step aboard, you will be amazed at the space allocated to relaxation and enjoyment. The open plan of the salon and cockpit area will give a definite feeling of conviviality when sharing special moments with friends or family. The sliding window next to the sink means meals can be passed directly from the galley to the cockpit, which is ideal as most of the dining aboard Purpose takes place al fresco.

Stepping up to the flybridge, you will get a panoramic, breezy, bird’s eye view of the seascape and with an open-air lounge area located next to the helm, you can also be wonderfully entertained by adventurous stories from your captain when under sail. When at anchor, the sunbathing lounge on the foredeck offers a great, shady, comfortable spot to spend relaxing moments.

Purpose is the Quintet version of the Saba 50 and offers three guest cabins in the port hull and two to starboard. The sixth cabin, a middle starboard cabin, is reserved for the crew. All cabins are en-suite.

A wide glass door separates the outside from the inside, but the two are on the same level so it’s easy to move from the exterior to the interior. Natural light floods through overhead hatches and large windows that you can see out of even when seated.

Guests:

8

Cabins:

6

Crew:

2

Length:

14.98m

Model:

Saba 50
Rate from (USD):
US $21,900
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Beyond is one of Fountaine Pajot’s latest masterpieces to leave the factory floors. This Aura 51′ is the leader of their eco-friendly models. Boarding the vessel, you feel the easy flow between the cockpit and saloon that almost merge into one. With the galley-up, guests and crew also feel the effects of this harmonious layout and are instantly relaxed and feel at home. With a beautiful teak table for dining,  eight guests will comfortably spend many happy moments sharing, laughter, drinks and stories around this table.

For those who try their hand at the helm,  the ease in which this vessel can be manoeuvred, will instantly be felt. So surprisingly simple to handle. The flybridge is spacious and sheltered from the warmth of the sun and the sail controls are kept simple as all the active lines come back to the winches at the helm. Decks are flushed and there’s a hydraulic platform at the aft that carries the tender while at sea but more importantly as a dive-platform for the more active guests.

The salon is equipped with deep upholstered sofas, ideal for hiding from the sun or enjoying movie nights with the loved ones.

Beyond is the Maestro 5-cabin version of the Aura 51′ with one owner’s suite and 4 double cabins with en-suite bathrooms.

Guests:

8

Cabins:

5

Crew:

2

Length:

15.54m

Model:

Aura 51
Rate from (USD):
US $25,900
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Olivia Charles (formerly Pink Sky) is a Fountaine Pajot Ipanema 58 that offers her guests an amazing combination of design and comfort through the maximisation of both interior and exterior living space.

The minute you step into the cockpit, guests will notice the smooth and effortless manner in which the indoor and outdoor living comes together.  From the dining area fringed by sheltered daybeds and lounge couches ideal for relaxing one moves through to the salon with a seating space set adjacent to a highly functional, top-of-the-line galley.

Slipping down into the hulls, on the port side you will find the Owner’s Suite. With a very spacious area with a small workspace, sitting couch and ensuite bathroom you will find that this cabin lacks nothing. The other 3 cabins are all double cabins are beautiful. These accommodations have proven themselves to be and has earned the reputation of having redefined contemporary luxury.

Back on deck, you will find an exquisite retreat with panoramic views of the anchorage and a dual lounging seats, an area where guests find themselves when in search of a bit of tranquility.

 

 

Guests:

8

Cabins:

5

Crew:

2

Length:

17.8m

Model:

Ipanema 58
Rate from (USD):
US $34,400
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If you’re looking for a well designed yacht, perfect for families and friends in search of creating an unforgettable experience, the Lagoon Seventy7 La Gatta is ideal for you. Each cabin has a different name which stays in line with the feline theme of the vessel – gatta = cat. This fine super-yacht can accommodate up to 8 guests in the 4 guest cabins, one being an owner’s suite, 2 VIP cabins and 1 twin cabin.

With a professional crew of 4 offering a 5 star service, your charter experience will be nothing short of  mind-blowing. Also, with an existing hydraulic balcony in the Owner’s Suite, a beach platform at the stern and an array of water-toys, there’s never a dull moment on La Gatta

Guests:

8

Cabins:

4

Crew:

4

Length:

24m

Model:

Lagoon Seventy 7
Rate from (USD):
US $49,000
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Fantastic Too is an 80′ catamaran built by Sunreef in 2020 and is brand new to the market. This fully carbon-constructed super-yacht catches your eye in an instant with its sleek and sporty look designed to achieve maximum comfort when under sail. This 80 ft catamaran is very spacious and caters to 11 guests and up to 4 crew. Equipped with all the amenities and ocean toys that will make your sailing vacation an absolute pleasure. Let’s take you on a tour.

As you venture on board this elegant yet modern vessel, you will notice the open plan of the cockpit area. Again simple in its design, with breathless views off the stern, it is part of the heart and soul of the yacht where many great meals, stories, and experiences will be shared making your holiday memorable. For the easy-going guest, you will be happy to also find sun-beds and sofas located at the stern, and for the active groups, it’s a perfect spot from which to film the watersports action happening off the transom. A highlight of Fantastic Too’s stern is the amazing submersible bathing platform. This added feature facilitates entries and exits from the water especially for those with mobility challenges.

Leaving the cockpit area and heading into the interior, you could have a sneak peek into what’s on the menu that day as your first-mate Jennie busies herself in the galley located on starboard. You will also find, on this main deck, the saloon, and entertainment area, harmoniously designed to integrate the exterior and interior living spaces. Whether hiding from the sun, enjoying a movie, or getting to know your crew, you will enjoy this inviting yet cozy space.

Moving down to the cabins on the lower deck, you will find 5 roomy cabins each with ensuite bathrooms and ocean-level views through uniquely designed vertical portholes. After fun-filled days of sailing, activities, and gourmet meals, the gentle rock of your yacht at anchor, will surely have you asleep in no time.

Like most newly built catamarans, Fantastic Too comes equipped with a fly-bridge from where you can enjoy the panoramic seascapes or a little chit-chat with your Captain, Paul, while at the helm. Fitted with a grill and barbecue, you can even turn this space into a very elegant dining area, especially in the evenings under a star-lit night.

Towards the bow of Fantastic Too, you will find quite unique lounging area located next to the twin trampolines. Ideal for relaxation or for the monitoring of the kids during playful afternoon jumping on the trampolines or diving off the bow, the foredeck is quite a versatile part of the yacht.

All in all, this beautiful catamaran, Fantastic Too, along with its crew Paul and Jennie, certainly has what it takes to ensure your sailing vacation is a memorable, magical one.

Guests:

11

Cabins:

5

Crew:

4

Length:

23.87m

Model:

Sunreef 80
Rate from (USD):
US $70,000
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This expertly designed catamaran is a member of the Leopard flagship line and is so stunning, it will seduce you into booking a luxury charter. As you step onboard this unique vessel, you will notice instantly that the aft cockpit is an open space balcony which allows wide-open views to the marine surroundings. There are no integrated benches, sun loungers or seats, so the space has a very personalised ambiance with contemporary furniture that your family or friends would appreciate as you create wonderful memories around scrumptious meals or fun activities off the stern.

As you venture to the interior of this luxury catamaran, you will be charmed by its simple elegance due to the European-style interior with light coloured or white laminates. Due to its soothing decor, Deep Blue’s cabins offers guests such an effortless comfort that relaxation comes naturally.

When at sea, Deep Blue’s flydeck offers the perfect space to occupy. Time slips gently by as Deep Blue is underway and with the hardtop bimini above the flybridge, sailing time remains enjoyable as guests are protected not only from the direct rays of the sun but also the Caribbean heat. Enjoy starry nights, lazy afternoons or even festive evenings in this additional space designed to be a sailors’ lounge bar equipped with an outdoor galley, with hob, sink and fridge. Many memorable moments are just waiting to be made with your loved ones.

Guests:

8

Cabins:

4

Crew:

2

Length:

17.7m

Model:

Leopard 58
Rate from (USD):
US $30,000

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ID:
433
Length:
50.00 Ft
Builder:
Piver
Area (Summer):
Caribbean Virgin Islands (US/BVI), Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
Area (Winter):
Caribbean Virgin Islands (US/BVI), Caribbean Leewards, Caribbean Windwards
Year Built:
1986
Number of cabins:
3
Crew:
2
Sleeps:
6
Yacht Type:
Cat
Low Price:
$7,500
High Price:
$10,500
ID:
8255
Length:
38.00 Ft
Builder:
Lagoon
Area (Summer):
Caribbean Windwards
Area (Winter):
Caribbean Windwards
Year Built:
2009
Number of cabins:
3
Crew:
2
Sleeps:
6
Yacht Type:
Cat
Low Price:
$8,000
High Price:
$11,000
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why Choose a St Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charter?

    This archipelago, nestled in the heart of the Caribbean, offers an exquisite blend of pristine beaches, turquoise waters, vibrant culture, and unspoiled natural beauty. The unique combination of lively islands like St. Vincent and more tranquil, remote islands like the Tobago Cays makes it an ideal destination for yacht charters.

  • What Types of Yachts are Available for Charter?

    The selection ranges from monohulls and catamarans to luxury motor yachts and superyachts. Each type offers a different experience. Monohulls are traditional and offer an authentic sailing experience, while catamarans provide more space and stability. Motor yachts offer speed and luxury, and superyachts provide the pinnacle of opulence and service.

  • Do I Need Sailing Experience to for a St Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charter?

    If you’re chartering a bareboat yacht, you must have adequate sailing experience and usually a recognized sailing qualification. For skippered or crewed charters, no sailing experience is required, as the crew will handle all navigation and operation.

  • What is the Best Time for a St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter?

    The peak season is between December and April when the weather is dry and sunny, making it ideal for sailing. However, this is also the busiest and most expensive period. The shoulder seasons (May and June, November) offer a good balance of weather and lower prices.

  • How Do I Choose the Right Yacht for My Needs?

    Consider the size of your group, your budget, your sailing experience, and what kind of experience you’re looking for. We can help match your needs with the perfect yacht and crew. Contact us today.

  • What Should I Pack for a St Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charter?

    Pack light and bring essentials like swimwear, sunscreen, hats, light clothing, and any personal medication. Soft luggage is preferable as it’s easier to store on a yacht. Remember to bring any specific personal items you can’t do without.

  • Are There Any Special Regulations or Laws I Should Be Aware Of?

    As with any international travel, ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your travel dates. Be aware of customs and immigration laws, especially if you plan to visit other nearby islands. Also, respect local environmental regulations, especially in protected marine areas.

  • How Much Does a St Vincent and the Grenadines Yacht Charter Cost?

    Costs vary widely depending on the type of yacht, the season, the duration of the charter, and whether it’s bareboat, skippered, or crewed. Prices can range from a few thousand dollars a week for a small bareboat to tens of thousands for a luxury crewed yacht. Take a look at the available yachts.

  • What is the Typical Itinerary for a Yacht Charter?

    A typical itinerary might start in St. Vincent, exploring its volcanic landscapes and rich culture before sailing to the Tobago Cays for world-class snorkeling and wildlife watching. Mustique and Bequia are popular for their exclusive resorts and vibrant local scenes, respectively.

  • How Do I Get to St. Vincent and the Grenadines?

    There are direct flights from major cities in North America and Europe to the Argyle International Airport in St. Vincent. Alternatively, fly to a nearby island like Barbados, St. Lucia, or Grenada and take a short regional flight or ferry to St. Vincent.

  • How is the Mobile and Internet Connectivity on the Islands and at Sea?

    Connectivity varies. In major islands and populated areas, you’ll find good mobile and internet coverage. However, in remote areas and open water, connectivity can be limited or unavailable.

  • What Safety Measures Should I Be Aware of?

    Yachts are equipped with safety equipment, including life jackets, life rafts, and communication devices. It’s important to listen to safety briefings from the crew and adhere to their instructions, especially during sailing and while using water sports equipment.

  • Can I Customize My Yacht Charter Experience?

    Absolutely. You can work with our Vacation Consultant to tailor the itinerary, menu, and activities to your preferences. This is particularly the case with crewed charters, where the crew aims to personalize your experience.

  • What are the Environmental Considerations When Chartering a Yacht?

    Respect local wildlife and marine environments. Avoid anchoring on coral reefs, and be mindful of waste disposal. Some yachts are equipped with eco-friendly technologies like solar panels and water makers to minimize environmental impact.

  • Can Dietary Restrictions be Accommodated on Board?

    Yes, most charter yachts can accommodate dietary restrictions. It’s important to communicate any specific needs or allergies in advance.

  • What Happens in Case of Bad Weather?

    Yacht charters have contingency plans for bad weather, including altering itineraries to avoid storms or rough seas. Safety is the top priority, and decisions will be made accordingly.

  • Is There a Minimum or Maximum Duration for Yacht Charters?

    Charters typically have a minimum duration of one week, but this can vary. There’s no standard maximum duration; it largely depends on the yacht’s availability and your budget.

  • What Languages are Spoken in St. Vincent and the Grenadines?

    English is the official language and widely spoken, making communication easy for most travelers. You may also hear local dialects and creole, especially in more rural areas.

  • What Currency is Used and What are the Payment Options on the Islands?

    The Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD) is the official currency. US Dollars are also widely accepted. Major credit cards are accepted in many places, but it’s wise to have some cash, especially when visiting smaller, more remote islands.

  • Are There Any Special Cultural or Local Customs I Should Be Aware Of?

    Local customs are a blend of African, British, and French influences. It’s important to respect local traditions and customs, such as dress codes (e.g., covering up when away from the beach) and social courtesies (e.g., greeting people politely).

  • Can I Fish While on My Yacht Charter, and Are There Any Regulations?

    Fishing is a popular activity, but be aware of local regulations. Some areas are protected and may require a fishing license. Our Vacation Consultant can provide guidance on regulations and conservation practices.

  • Are There Specific Health Precautions I Should Take Before Visiting?

    No special vaccinations are required, but it’s always advisable to be up-to-date with routine vaccines. Check with health professionals for any specific recommendations. Also, consider bringing mosquito repellent and staying hydrated in the tropical climate.

  • What are the Visa Requirements for St. Vincent and the Grenadines?

    St Vincent and the Grenadines visa requirements vary depending on your nationality. Many visitors can enter visa-free for short stays, but it’s essential to check current requirements based on your citizenship before traveling.

  • Is Tipping Customary in St. Vincent and the Grenadines?

    Tipping is customary and appreciated for good service in restaurants, for tour guides, and on your chartered yacht, especially if the crew has gone above and beyond to make your experience memorable.

  • Can We Visit Other Islands Outside of St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Our Charter?

    Yes, depending on the duration of your St Vincent and the Grenadines yacht charter and the yacht’s capabilities. Popular nearby destinations include Grenada, St. Lucia, and the Grenadines. Be sure to discuss your itinerary with our Vacation Consultant to ensure it’s feasible and to address any customs and immigration requirements.

Customer Reviews

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Five Stars Aren't Enough!

Rated 5.0 out of 5
March 6, 2023

We traveled with three other couples (party of 8) in St Vincent and the Grenadines with Flo and Mike in early February. All but one of the couples had chartered boats for a week in the past. But we were all blown away with the luxury and the care and feeding that we received from our captain and our chef. Flo mans the boat with poise and confidence. He seems to manage the boat singlehandedly without breaking a sweat! The food that Mike prepared for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks was so far and away above all of our expectations. There really was no need to stop at a restaurant on land because the fact was that whatever Mike prepared was better than what could be had at the local restaurants anyway! All prepared in a tiny kitchen, on a moving boat, and with seemingly no mess or heat coming from the galley! They had both asked us lots of questions ahead of time so that they could provision the boat with our favorite things. They were both flexible and knowledgeable about our schedule. Flo knew the best coves, restaurants, and shops to stop at. He was happy to accommodate “what we felt like doing” on any given day. Not only was Purpose stocked with our favorite wines and beers, it was also stocked with scuba gear, noodles, and stand up paddle boards. But perhaps the biggest differences between this experience and the usual week long sail is that Flo considers Purpose his home. So, if you had wished that there would have been a cushion to soften the seat somewhere on deck-Flo had already likely provided one in Sunbrella fabric all discretely tied so that the wind wouldn’t blow it away as we sailed. There were homey touches like that in our cabins as well. Purpose has plenty of nooks to retreat to as well as plenty of common spaces to gather in. I give Flo enormous credit for having put together this winning formula for a lovely vacation and feel very lucky to have found him. I am already tracking Purpose’s movements over the next year or two so we might be able to meet up again and explore somewhere else! I can’t recommend this boat, it’s captain, or it’s chef enough!

Katie Grover

Overwhelming trip to paradise

Rated 5.0 out of 5
March 6, 2023

We can hardly find words for the time we had on Purpose. One week St. Vincent and the Grenadines. From the first moment till the last, Florian and Mike did everything to make us feel comfortable – and we did! The yacht is spacious, tastefully and lovingly equipped in every detail. Florian is not only confident in handling his yacht, he also knows the best spots around. Delicious meals, snorkeling, stand up paddling or just watching the cristal clear water, sunsets, sunrises, sandy beaches, enjoying a starry night with a cocktail on deck. It really was a week to get away from it all and to catch a glimpse of paradise. We ourselves are sailing teachers and can highly recommend the Purpose and its crew!

Karen and Matthias

Grenadines

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 16, 2023

Embarked on a charter for 4 couples through the Grenadines with Florian and Mike

We had chosen the Grenadines as it is less crowded than the BVI and some slightly longer sailing stretches

Purpose was more than adequate for the waters and Florian took us to many beautiful anchorages as well as some of his private locations. Florian is also obviously very confident with his craft as he demonstrated many times that he can handle the yacht by himself

Our meals were also absolutely terrific. Chef Mike did and amazing job creating unique meals and presentations that we did not expect out on such a cruise. Most of us did not want to

Leave the yacht to even experiment dining ashore

Rick Dobel

Grenadines

Rated 5.0 out of 5
January 16, 2023

We had a group of 8 guest and really enjoyed a wonderful week being pampered by Florian and Mike

Floria guided us to many wonderful sights as well as some private and quiet spots. Purpose is a terrific yacht and easily accommodated us

Prince Michael treated us to one great meal after another such that we did not even want to leave our yacht to eat elsewhere

Rick Dobel

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Jozy Sarazin
Jozy Sarazin
+590 690 56 81 87

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