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Caribbean, Grenada (Catamaran)
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Caribbean, Grenada (Catamaran)
from 897 €/day
Would you travel to the Caribbean Sea to experience the crystal clear water, pleasant sea air, and the wonderful archipelago? The former British colony, Grenada, is a place for real, tropical relaxation. Either if you’re a lover of the sea or a historical explorer, here you’ll surely find a perfect program.
Grenada is part of the Middle American Lesser Antilles. It’s in the group of Windward Islands. It is 344 km2 and it occupies nearly 105, 000 inhabitants. Besides the official English language, they still speak the Creole language. The country consists of two big and several smaller islands. Neighbouring islands are the Bahamas to the northeast, Venezuela to the south, and finally the Barbaros to the northeast and Saint Lucia to the north.
Grenada has the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean region. These not only offer passive relaxation but also provide sports activities for visitors. It’s worth planning daily trips here as well.
Almond trees and palm trees surround the soft white sand of Grand Anse, the most famous and popular beach of Grenada. There’s a thrilling landscape of the shore from the capital, St George’s. The beach is ideal for swimming since the sea is usually calm and perfect for diving. Besides several beach bars and restaurants, there’s a variety of water sports shops here.
This beach is also known as BBC Beach after the former nightclub on the coast. At the backside of the horseshoe-shaped Gulf of Morne Rouge, there are 400 hectares of amazing, white sand arcs. This is a specially protected area of the Grenada coast. Behind the beach, there are some small hotels and a few villas on the green hillside, which contains the gulf. Seagrapes and almond trees cast some shadow on the sand. The best way to explore this oval section of the shore is on board of a boat.
This beautiful, 500-yard-long beach covered by soft sand lies in the southwestern corner of the island. The beach is surrounded by restaurants and hotels, but it has an empty space in the middle. This beach is less sheltered, big waves often stir up the water. It’s usually quite silent on weekdays but on the weekend locals like grilling on the sandy shore.
Grenada has just as attractive sights as most Caribbean islands. To truly experience this unique place, taste the rum in the River Antoine Rum Distillery. Also, don’t forget to view the nutmeg plantations. Many people compare the narrow streets of the capital, St. George’s, to an oil painting. The lively, brightly painted houses show the history of colonialism. The capital is on the southwestern coast of Grenada Island. It earned the non-official label of the most beautiful port town of the Caribbean Sea. Explore the colonial history of the islands in Fort Frederick and Fort George. Get acquainted with local spices on the marketplace.
The Caribbean region has the traits of all year hot and humid tropical climate. The weather is somewhat cool and dry from the middle of January to the middle of April. From the middle of June to the middle of November it’s usually hot, wet, and rainy. Thanks to the location of the islands, hurricanes are relatively rare.
The ports of the country are in the capital. Prickly Bay Marina is the only official port on the southern side of the island. The deep, calm waters of the port protect boats. It’s an establishment with full service, and it’s open every day waiting for sailors. The other port of the capital is the so-called Le Phare Bleu. The port has 60 anchorages on the 100 feet long section of shore. It’s ideal for yachts up to the length of 15 feet. This is a great place to spend your time and relieve everyday stress.This small coastal resort attracts visitors who come by yacht on the sea. Guests feel at home immediately in this village-style atmosphere. Rustic villas lie sparsely in the award-winning tropical gardens. Here you can explore a very pleasant environment. Grenada is not only famous for the beauties of the sea, but for the beauty of nature, and the history of downtown buildings. Besides palm tree selfies, don’t forget to taste the local food of the country’s flavorful gastronomy. Find yacht routes in Grenada or choose another last minute yacht charter in the Caribbean
The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Grenada. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.
The wind rose for Grenada shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Grenada shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.
Grenada has a tropical climate. The weather is hot and humid all year round. The islands have equable temperatures, varying with altitude. The annual mean temperature is 26 °C. On the coast, the climate is generally balmy year-round, influenced by the trade winds. The rainy season lasts from June to December. November is the wettest month, but showers occur frequently during the other months.Hurricanes can pass in the region between June and November. The hot, humid and rainy season lasts in Grenada from May to December. Winds are more irregular in this period. Januar brings the relatively cool and dry season which lasts through late April. In this period northeast trade winds blow steadily and with moderate intensity. The greatest danger comes from tropical storms and cyclones, called hurricanes in the Caribbean area, which may pass from June to November. Grenada is located in the southernmost part of the hurricane belt, so it is rarely affected by them.
Day 1. Grenada – Dragon Bay 4,57 km (2,84 mi), Day 2. Dragon Bay – Tyrell Bay 51,75 km (32,16 mi), Day 3. Tyrell Bay – Salt Whistle Bay 24,58 km (15,27 mi), Day 4. Salt Whistle Bay – Tobago Cays 9,33 km (5,80 mi), Day 5. Tobago Cays – Petite Martinique 12,68 km (7,88 mi), Day 6. Petite Martinique – Bedford Point 41,14 km (25,56 mi), Day 7. Bedford Point – Magazine Beach – Grenada 50,46 km (31,35 mi)
Day 1. Grenada – Ronde Island 34,36 km (21,35 mi), Day 2. Ronde Island – Sandy Island 21,88 km (13,60 mi), Day 3. Sandy Island – Union Island 13,47 km (8,37 mi), Day 4. Union Island – Palm Island 3,34 km (2,08 mi), Day 5. Palm Island – Petite Martinique 6,98 km (4,34 mi), Day 6. Petite Martinique – Bedford Point 41,14 km (25,56 mi), Day 7. Bedford Point – Dragon Bay – Grenada 32,33 km (20,09 mi)