The island country of Grenada is a sovereign state in the south-eastern Caribbean Sea, situated close to the Grenadines and northwest of Trinidad and Tobago. Grenada is the largest of the smaller Grenadine islands and is basically a three island state including Carriacou and Petit Martinique and the lesser ones of the archipelagos: Ronde Caille, Diamond, Large, Saline and Frigate Islands, making it a popular destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from all over the world. The tropical climate features a rainy season from June through December and a dry season from January to May, so check weather conditions before planning your trip.

Grenada offers seafaring travellers a wide variety of amenities among its eight marinas, thanks to the island’s many bays and natural harbours that are perfectly suited for anchoring. In addition, a number of highly respected sailing regattas are held in Grenada each year, making for a lively atmosphere. Adventuresome travellers will find plenty of activities to pass the time here, including diving, snorkelling, swimming and skiing. Also of note, Grenada boasts a vibrant nightlife, as well as a number of excellent dining and shopping opportunities.

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