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Attractions in Grenada



Savvy Full Day Cruise$270.00 XCD /person
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Leave St. George’s Harbour and set sail up the West Coast stopping to snorkel at the Mollinaire Underwater Sculpture Park. We then have lunch on the beach at Dragon Bay then snorkel a second time at Flamingo Bay or head off to an isolated beach for some beach time. Includes freshly squeezed local juices, fruit, water, beers, rum punch, snacks, lunch and desert.

Picture sailing on a sloop whose history dates back to the early 1800’s when these beautiful hand built vessels plied their trade up and down the Caribbean chain from St. Barths to Trinidad trading all manner of goods from rum to cigarettes to spices. The art of boatbuilding has been the lifeblood of our sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique for hundreds of years but unfortunately over the last 50 years the mallets could no longer be heard as the industry went into decline due to traders preferring to buy steel cargo boats instead of the hand built sloops. 

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Leave St. George’s Harbour and set sail up the West Coast to the famous Mollinaire Underwater Sculpture Park to explore this fascinating underwater world.  Picture sailing on a sloop whose history dates back to the early 1800’s when these beautiful hand built vessels plied their trade up and down the Caribbean chain from St. Barths to Trinidad trading all manner of goods from rum to cigarettes to spices. The art of boatbuilding has been the lifeblood of our sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique for hundreds of years but unfortunately over the last 50 years the mallets could no longer be heard as the industry went into decline due to traders preferring to buy steel cargo boats instead of the hand built sloops. Includes freshly squeezed local juices, water, beers, rum punch and snacks.

Savvy Sail to the Grenadines$540.00 XCD /person
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Day 1

9am – Depart Grenada on the Osprey Ferry and meet Savvy in Hillsborough Carriacou. This trip is EC$80 per person. At this point the guest will go have some brunch at Kayak Café while the Captain takes their passports to clear them out of Grenada

1pm – Sail to Anse Le Roche beach to swim

4pm – Arrive Union Island to clear into St. Vincent (This is EC$100 per person). Guest will be dinghied over to Happy Island for some sundowners while the Captain clears them into St Vincent. At night you can explore the small island nightlife of Union Island which has a no. of very cool bars and restaurants and a livelier nightlife than the other smaller islands. Or just sit back on the beach with a cold beer and watch the kitesurfers do their stunts on the beach

Day 2 - Leave Union Island for Mayreau arriving at 8am. 

10am – Depart for The Tobago Cays to swim with turtles, explore the island or just lounge on the beach

1pm – Depart the Tobago Cays for Sandy Island. 

3pm- Depart Sandy Island for Grenada arriving at approximately 9pm


On this trip our guest have a choice of either coming with their own food and drink (we provide 4 very large coolers) or we can take them to different restaurants and bars to eat. Our advice is to do a mixture of the two, we have a stove, oven and outdoor BBQ where we can help get food ready but we also suggest very simple foods on this trip just to make life easier. 

This trip is not 5 star accommodation in the traditional sense, it is more like glamorous camping. You are guaranteed however to see some of the most amazing islands and beautiful waters and sunsets and sunrises, sea-life anywhere. 


Additional expenses include food, drinks, ice, ferry (EC$80 per person) and customs and mooring fees (EC$100 per person)


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Savvy Sunset Cruise$121.50 XCD /person
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Perfect way to wind down and put an end to the day or to enjoy a quiet romantic cruise with a loved one while watching the stunning Caribbean sunsets.  Picture sailing on a sloop whose history dates back to the early 1800’s when these beautiful hand built vessels plied their trade up and down the Caribbean chain from St. Barths to Trinidad trading all manner of goods from rum to cigarettes to spices. The art of boatbuilding has been the lifeblood of our sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique for hundreds of years but unfortunately over the last 50 years the mallets could no longer be heard as the industry went into decline due to traders preferring to buy steel cargo boats instead of the hand built sloops.  Includes freshly squeezed local juices, water, beers and rum punch. 

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