While floating across the ocean aboard your private sea villa, sail through the Grenadines. This collection of islands are a tropical paradise where you can relax with a cocktail while surrounded by an array of unique wildlife and culture. Expect smooth sailing when navigating the Grenadine’s calm aquamarine waters.
Be sure to check out the remarkable stone houses of Moonhole Bequia. Using native hardwoods, whalebones, and artifacts recovered from the sea, they built large open rooms with magnificent views of the sea. The name derives from the archway formed by a volcanic substrate which you can occasionally see the moon through.
Princess Margaret Beach
The beach is named after Princess Margaret, who had owned a home nearby in Mustique. The waters surrounding the beach are said to hold some of the best sailing conditions around. Enjoy the ocean’s aquamarine waters and drink at Jack’s Bar on the coast.
Mustique Island has gorgeous plantation style homes designed by architect, Oliver Messel. On the island, you can find colorful gingerbread boutiques and the world famous Basil’s Bar. Mustique is known for their famous residents and visitors like Amy Winehouse, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Sir Paul McCartney, Queen Elizabeth II, and more.
Anchor off to Tobago Cays for a peaceful escape from modern life. The Cays are an archipelago composed of 5 small uninhabited islands with sandy beaches and an array of wildlife. Tobago is noted as one of the Caribbean’s most popular eco-tourism destinations. Here you can enjoy pristine turquoise waters and go snorkeling to get up close with rays and sea turtles. Famous movies like Pirates of the Caribbean used this paradise as a filming location.
We have motor yachts, monohulls, and catamarans available for you to charter while aboard your Caribbean getaway. Booking your own private yacht means always being in the best place to go snorkeling with gear readily available onboard. Take in beautiful sunrises and sunsets that cannot be seen anywhere else. Contact Caribbean Soul Charters to start planning your next Caribbean vacation.