Boating and Sailing Near Grand Anse

Sailing is a fun way to spend some time in the Grand Anse area

If you've got the skills or the means to hire someone with the skills, you may consider beginning your getaway with a little adventure and sail to Grand Anse aboard a private yacht.  If you decide this is course for you, make sure you are aware of the local process for obtaining entry to Grenada via sea. 

If you're just wanting to get out onto the water, without the cost and responsibility involved with renting a boat you should take a day sailing excursion. Wanting to know more how long you'll spend on the water and what's included? Check out the table below to find contact phone numbers for area day sailing companies.

Boat Excursions
Name Phone Location
Aquanauts Snorkeling (850) 303-0330 Grand Anse
First Impressions (473) 440-3678 St. George's
Grenada Seafaris (473) 405-7800 Grenada Yacht Club Marina - St. George's
Sea Sun Adventure (473) 419-0000 Port Louis Marina - St. George's
Shadowfax Banana Boat Tours (473) 437-3737 Grand Anse
Sunsation Sailing Tours (473) 444-1594 Grand Anse

Boat Rentals and Charters

The chartering options nearest Grand Anse are experts in local sailing conditions, so they know the best vessels for Grenada's waters and have them on hand.  You'll typically find charters easiest to comeby by heading to St. George's. 

If you're considering the option of a boat charter, you can contact one of these area firms:

Charter and Rental Services
Name Phone Location
Foot Loose Yacht Charters (473) 440-6680 Lagoon Road - Downtown St. George
Horizon Yacht Charters (473) 439-1000 True Blue Bay Resort - True Blue Bay
Vista Charters (473) 439-8105 Spice Island Beach Resort - Grand Anse

Docking

There are several official ports of entry in St. George's Parish, which are going to be the best option for those with plans to stay in Grand Anse.   You'll fly your yellow quarantine flag and the courtesy flag of Grenada as you sail into the island, and make sure to stay on the left side of the red buoys which will guide you as you sail into the harbor.  Customs officials are available Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. With a break from 11:40 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and on Fridays they remain open an extra hour until 5:00 p.m.  Weekend hours are a shorter, with officials only on duty from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and you can contact them from your boat via VHF radio channel 16.

When you dock and meet with a customs official, you'll be responsible for presenting four copies of your crew list as well as a declaration of the ship's stores.  Additionally, everyone on board will need to show their passport and immigration paperwork.  Then, you will need to purchase a cruising permit, the cost of which is between $18.55 and $55.56(USD). 

Planning to travel to Grand Anse using a vessel you own, or a boat you charter elsewhere? This next table lists area marinas.

Marinas
Name Phone Location
Martin's Marina (473) 444-4449 Lance Aux Epines - 0.8 mi. (1.2 km) North-Northeast of L' Anse aux Epines
Port Louis Marina -- St. George's
Spice Island Marina (473) 439-5265 1.0 mi. (1.5 km) North-Northwest of L' Anse aux Epines

From there, you can choose a marina or anchorage where you'll dock your boat for your stay in Grand Anse at one of the locations nearby.

Nearby Anchorages
Name Location Latitude Longitude
Anchorage Prickly Bay - L' Anse aux Epines 11.9996633978 -61.7605233192
 

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