The Caribbean is a popular destination for tourists seduced by its unique landscape and climate. One of the best things about Grenada is that you can sail there in January when it's cold in Europe and North America. Translucent waters, rugged cliffs and a unique ambiance of careless freedom: this is a fabulous scenery for a boat rental in Grenada.
With a boat rental in Grenada tou can find a boat (sailboat, motorboat, catamaran or even jet ski) at a great priece. You can either rent a boat in Grenada for a few hours or go on a cruise for one or two weeks. La Lance aux Epines, Fort Jeudi and Sauteurs are some of the destinations that we recommend. Book now your boat via Click & Boat to discover the beaches, lagoons and cities of the exotic island of Granada.
To discover the West Indies, the best way is to rent a boat in Grenada to visit its cities and ports at your own pace.
We advise you to start your trip from Saint Georges on the south of the island since this is where the Maurice Bishop airport is located. Thereafter, you are free to choose your route. You can explore small coves, visit picturesque towns and villages or explore the coastline.
The landscape on the island of Granada is typical of the West Indies. Next to unspoiled beaches and a dazzling sea you will find mountains and tropical forests. There are two seasons here: the dry season from December to April where the weather is ideal for a yacht charter in Grenada, as there is a lot of sunshine and temperatures around 28 degrees. Then there is the rainy season during which the temperature is close to 30 degrees.
With Click & Boat, you will be able to rent the perfect boat to sail in the Caribbean. You can rent a catamaran, sailboat, motor boat or semi-rigid - all options are available, for all tastes and at all prices.
You don't have a boat license? No worries, you can find you a boat with skipper who will accompany you and guide you throughout your cruise. Besides, the island Grenada is home to some amazing spots for outdoors activities like fishing, windsurfing and diving in a lagoon. You can also visit the villages and monuments emblematic of the history of Grenada, such as Fort Saint Georges and the national museum in Saint-Georges, the capital.
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