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Charter Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon  52F Saint George's
Saint George's
2.8
 (1)

Lagoon - Lagoon 52F | 14 people (2019)

14
14
With or without a skipper

From €2,846 per day

Charter Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 with watermaker Saint George's
Saint George's
4.3
 (1)

Fountaine Pajot - Astrea 42 with watermaker | 10 people (2020)

10
10
Without a skipper

Charter Sailboat Beneteau 49 Grenada
Grenada

Beneteau - 49 | 6 people (2007)

6
3
Without a skipper

From €835 per day

Charter Sailboat Jeanneau Sun Legende 41 Saint George's
Saint George's

Jeanneau - Sun Legende 41 | 4 people (1988)

4
4
With a skipper

From €250 per day

Charter Catamaran BALI 45 Grenada
Grenada

BALI - 45 | 6 people (2015)

6
3
With a skipper

From €1,143 per day

Charter Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Venezia 42 Grenada
Grenada
4.8
 (2)

Fountaine Pajot - Venezia 42 | 6 people (1993)

6
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €875 per day

Charter Sailboat J-boat J44 Carriacou and Petite Martinique
Carriacou and Petite Martinique
New

J-boat - J44 | 5 people (1992)

5
7
With a skipper

From €300 per day

Charter Catamaran NEEL Trimarans NEEL 45 Grenada
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Grenada
5.0
 (2)

NEEL Trimarans - NEEL 45 | 8 people (2016)

8
4
Super owner
With a skipper

From €800 per day

Charter Catamaran  Excess 11 Saint George's
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Saint George's
New

- Excess 11 | 12 people (2023)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €556 per day

Charter Catamaran  Excess 15 Saint George's
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Saint George's
New

- Excess 15 | 14 people (2023)

14
14
With or without a skipper

From €1,775 per day

Charter Catamaran  Lagoon 50 Saint George's
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Saint George's
New

- Lagoon 50 | 14 people (2021)

14
14
With or without a skipper

From €1,478 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 450f Saint George's
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Saint George's

Lagoon - Lagoon 450f | 12 people (2018)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €623 per day

Charter Catamaran LAGOON 42 Saint George's
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Saint George's
4.9
 (2)

LAGOON - 42 | 12 people (2017)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €533 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 42 Saint George's
Discount offer
Saint George's

Lagoon - Lagoon 42 | 12 people (2020)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €539 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon 46 (Westerlund (GND) Saint George's
Discount offer
Saint George's

Lagoon - 46 (Westerlund (GND) | 12 people (2020)

12
8
With or without a skipper

From €1,262 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 620 (10+3) Saint George's
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Saint George's

Lagoon - Lagoon 620 (10+3) | 10 people (2020)

10
10
Without a skipper

From €2,345 per day

Charter Catamaran Catana Group Bali Catsmart - 4 + 2 cab. Saint George's
Saint George's
New

Catana Group - Bali Catsmart - 4 + 2 cab. | 10 people (2024)

10
10
With or without a skipper

From €410 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon Lagoon 42 Grenada
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Grenada
New

Lagoon - Lagoon 42 | 10 people (2017)

10
6
With a skipper

From €571 per day

Discover Grenada by Boat

Grenada, often called the "Spice Isle" due to its rich nutmeg and spice production, is a captivating Caribbean destination offering much more than just aromatic flavours. Grenada is a tropical paradise in the southeastern Caribbean Sea known for its lush rainforests, stunning beaches, and vibrant culture. One of the best ways to explore this island gem is by renting a boat, allowing you to uncover hidden coves, turquoise waters, and charming coastal towns.

A boat charter in Grenada presents a myriad of compelling reasons. Firstly, it allows you to chart your course and explore the island at your own pace. Whether seeking tranquillity or adventure, a boat enables you to access secluded beaches, snorkelling spots, and untouched natural beauty. Grenada's rich and diverse marine life makes it a haven for snorkelers and divers eager to encounter colourful coral reefs and exotic fish species. Lastly, sailing around Grenada provides a unique perspective of the island, offering picturesque views and memorable experiences.

Grenada offers a fantastic sailing experience with steady trade winds, calm seas, and numerous nearby islands and islets to explore. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a novice, Grenada's warm waters and gentle currents make it an ideal destination for all skill levels. The island's clear, inviting waters and reliable winds ensure that your sailing adventure in Grenada will be unforgettable.

How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Boat in Grenada?

The cost of a Grenada boat charter can vary significantly based on several factors:

  • Season: Prices fluctuate between high and low seasons, with the high season typically occurring during the winter when the weather is most favourable.
  • Duration: You can rent boats for a single day or an entire week, with rates adjusted accordingly.
  • Type of Boat: The choice of boat also affects the price, with larger vessels generally costing more.
  • Port/Marina Rented From: Different marinas may have varying rates, so it's essential to consider your departure point.
  • With or Without a Skipper: Opting for a skipper may incur an additional cost, but it ensures a stress-free and expert-guided experience.
  • Extras: Any additional equipment or crew services will contribute to the overall cost.

Sailboat

The price of a Grenada sailboat rental starts at around €250/day and €1,750/week for 4 people and goes up to €985/day and €6,895/week in the low season for 12 people.

Catamaran

A catamaran charter in Grenada is typically chartered by the week. The costs can range from around €5,000/week in the high season and €2,800/week in the low season for 10 people up to €19,000/week in the high season and €12,000/week in the low season for 14 people.

What Is Included in the Cost?

The inclusions with your Grenada boat rental may vary, but typically, the cost covers fuel, mooring fees at some locations, and essential safety equipment. Additional services such as a skipper, crew, water sports equipment, and provisions can be arranged for an extra fee. Confirming the inclusions with your chosen boat rental provider is advisable to avoid surprises.

Renting a Boat with or Without a Skipper?

Renting a boat with a skipper in Grenada offers numerous advantages. Safety is paramount, as skippers are well-versed in local waters and weather conditions. They can also provide valuable insights into the best destinations, ensuring a more enriching experience. For those with limited sailing experience, having a skipper on board enhances peace of mind and allows you to relax and enjoy the journey.

If you rent a boat without a skipper, you must demonstrate your sailing competence, often through certifications or a brief assessment. It's crucial to be confident in navigating Grenada's waters and handling the chosen vessel safely.

What Season Is Best for a Boat Charter in Grenada?

The best season for a boat hire in Grenada depends on your preferences and priorities:

High Season (December to April)

Pros: Pleasant weather, ideal for sun-seekers.

Cons: Higher prices and more crowds.

Low Season (May to November)

Pros: Lower prices, fewer tourists, lush green landscapes.

Cons: Slightly warmer temperatures, occasional rain.

Choosing between high and low seasons depends on your budget, crowd tolerance, and weather preferences.

Where to Charter a Boat in Grenada?

Grenada boasts several picturesque ports and marinas where you can charter a boat, each with its unique charm and offerings:

Port Louis Marina

Located in St. George's, Grenada's capital, this marina offers modern facilities, restaurants, and easy access to the city centre.

Clarkes Court Bay Marina

A tranquil option with a relaxed atmosphere, this marina is ideal for those seeking a peaceful start to their journey.

Le Phare Bleu Marina & Boutique Hotel

Known for its vibrant social scene and events, this marina is perfect for those looking to immerse themselves in local culture.

Each marina has various boats, with facilities such as restaurants, showers, and provisioning stores to enhance your experience.

Where to Sail in Grenada?

Grenada's sailing opportunities are boundless, with highlights including:

  • Sandy Island: A pristine offshore islet with superb snorkelling and clear waters.
  • Carriacou: An enchanting sister island known for its stunning beaches and vibrant festivals.
  • The Grenadines: A cluster of idyllic islands offering secluded anchorages and breathtaking vistas.
  • Grenada's Underwater Sculpture Park: A unique dive site featuring underwater art installations.
  • Grand Anse Beach: A popular stop with a two-mile stretch of golden sands.

Explore these destinations and indulge in water-based activities such as snorkelling, diving, and beachcombing, creating unforgettable memories in Grenada.

What Is the Capacity of Boats in Grenada?

Here's the capacity breakdown for each type of boat:

Sailboat

Typically accommodates a range of 2 to 12 passengers with varying cabin configurations.

Motorboat

Capacity ranges from 2 to 10 passengers, depending on the size.

RIBS

Generally suitable for 6 to 12 passengers.

Catamaran

Offers spacious options for groups, accommodating 4 to 20 passengers.

Gulet

Typically accommodating 6 to 16 passengers.

Jet Ski

Designed for 1 to 2 riders.

Yacht

Capacities vary from 4 to 12 passengers, with multiple cabin configurations available.

This comprehensive guide to boat rental in Grenada should equip you with the information to plan your dream Caribbean adventure. Whether you seek relaxation, exploration, or adrenaline-pumping activities, Grenada offers it all, accessible by boat. So, set sail and uncover the wonders of this beautiful island nation.


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