As you would expect on your St Vincent yacht charter, we have numerous water sports activities available, please see some examples below.
Please contact us with any other water sports requests and we will be happy to assist you. Here is a video from the Tobago Cays Turtle Sanctuary – just one of the many splendors that lie in store for you when you visit St Vincent!
Stand Up Paddle Boards
Try out the hot new trend on the water by renting one of our stand-up paddle boards (SUPs) – we recently added SUPs from Jimmy Styks. Ideal for exploring quiet beaches and coves, not only is it a great workout for the core muscles but it is also very therapeutic & relaxing! Please ask us about availability and add one to your charter booking.
Rental only US$175 per week.
A kayak is a great way to explore anchorages and beaches – and also perfect for nature lovers in locations such as the mangroves in Tyrrel Bay, Carriacou or exploring the Tobago Cays. Singles rent at US$125 per week, doubles US$140 per week.
Snorkel sets are available to rent for only $15 US per week – floating in the clear blue seas of the Southern Caribbean with the seascape beneath you is an absolute joy!
St Vincent and the Grenadines offers some of the best diving in the Caribbean with locations such as Bequia and the Tobago Cays top of the list but not forgetting some excellent dives around St Vincent itself. Although we recommend organising rendezvous diving with one of the dive companies it is possible to rent dive equipment for your charter from Dive St Vincent http://www.divestvincent.com/.
Trawling a line behind your yacht is permitted and you have a chance of catching yellow or black fin tuna, kingfish, barracuda or if you’ve very lucky a mahi mahi. All fish is safe to eat in the Grenadines. Please note you are not permitted to spear fish or fish for lobster – this requires a local permit.
Please note we only rent our equipment to our sailing clients.
Fishing rod & reel for hire US$55.00 per week comes with 2 lures.