Sailing

Calling all sailors, yachties and boaters.

Sailors return to our shores again and again for their ultimate yachting experience. Pure Grenada is one of the best Caribbean islands for yachting. Grenada offers a wealth of sheltered anchorages, year-round good weather, fabulous calm waters, plenty of fun activities on land and a wide range of top-class facilities and services for your yachting needs.

The pure warmth of the Grenadian people makes Grenada a fantastic, fun and safe base for a sailing vacation or an extended cruise.

Grenada’s surrounding waters offer some of the best sailing in the Caribbean. The island is one of the premier yachting centres in the region; it’s no wonder Grenada was named the 2023 Yachting Destination of the Year by Caribbean Journal.

In addition to the world class marinas and amenities, top quality regattas and Atlantic crossing races are a common feature throughout the year. Whether they are super fast yachts or workboats steeped in tradition, seeing them battle for the finish line, whilst enjoying the festive atmosphere, is nothing short of exciting.

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Clearance Procedures

All vessels and crew seeking clearance into Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique must do so at the following official Ports of Entry (Camper Nicholson Port Louis Marina, St. George’s; Tyrell Bay Marina, Harvey Vale, Carriacou) Vessels should anchor with your Q Flag and the courtesy flag of Grenada from the starboard spreader of your main mast while clearance formalities are carried out. Grenada uses the Red Right Returning Rule, which means red buoys mark the starboard side when approaching.

WHEN LEAVING GRENADA, VESSELS CAN EXIT HERE:
  • Spice Island Marina, Prickly Bay, St. George
  • Hillsborough, Carriacou
  • Grenada Marine, St. David
  • Le Phare Bleu, Petit Calivigny Bay, St. George
  • Grenville Sea Port, Grenville, St. Andrew
CAPTAINS MUST PROVIDE DOCUMENTATIONS:
  • Three crew and/or passenger lists
  • Immigration cards for crew members and passengers landing
  • Ships, stores and health declaration
  • A port clearance from the last port of call
  • ID for crew and passengers, a valid passport or birth certificate,

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A valid passport and return or onward ticket is required for all visitors. However, proof of citizenship bearing a photograph is acceptable from British, Canadian, and US citizens. A visa is not required from citizens of the US, Canada, UK, British Commonwealth, Caribbean countries (except Cuba), most European countries, South Korea, and Japan.

OFFICIAL OFFICE HOURS

Customs and immigration offices at marine bases are generally open, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 4:00 pm, and on weekends/public holidays from 9:00am to 2:00pm. When departing, you may clear out during normal working hours and leave within 24 hours. For the convenience of both officer and client, we suggest attending the office by 3:00 pm in order to complete formalities before the end of the working day. If you know you will need to clear in or out outside office hours, we recommend contacting the relevant office by phone or in-person in advance as arrangements can usually be made if necessary.

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