It's no coincidence that this is the most widely available tourist activity in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Indeed, a trip aboard a sailboat is undoubtedly the easiest way to explore the archipelago. The only drawback is that the majority of cruises leave from Martinique and barely stop off at the larger island of St. Vincent, which is a real shame. When it comes to choosing a vessel, the tourist catamaran is king here, though there are plenty of other options available, depending on your budget and the time you have to spare.
Although the majority of vessels you'll find here are catamarans, there is also the opportunity to enjoy a cruise around the turquoise water on an old rig boat.© Raphael Richard
The weather in the Grenadines can be vary drastically, meaning that crossing from one island to another isn't always a canoe ride, particularly when the currents are strong.© Raphael Richard