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 Grenada - Profile

Facts

  • This is the southernmost of the Windward Islands and conveniently close to the Grenadines, which link Grenada to its smaller sisters Carriacou and Petit Martinique.
  • Grenada is the usual turning-point north for a cruise among the Windward Islands.
  • It is a beautiful island with lush mountains and silvery beaches and a series of wonderful bays along the southwest and south coasts. Grenada is a sailors' favourite.
  • Carriacou is the southermost and largest of the Grenadines; relatively undeveloped, it is attractive with its green hills, sandy beaches, and sheltered natural harbours such as Tyrell Bay. Carriacou Marine fuel dock has good prices for duty free fuel.
  • Petit Martinique is not often visited by yachts cruising the popular nearby Grenadines (which belong to St. Vincent) as this means having to sail down to Carriacou to clear in and then sail back. Once you are checked into Grenada you can sail between the various islands of Grenada without restriction.
  • Getting work done: Grenada has an excellent choice of good quality, reputable contractors. Several excellent chandleries too.
  • Provisioning: Good choice and prices very reasonable.

Security

Dinghy and outboard thefts continue to be reported and this is a common problem in the Caribbean and many other parts of the world. Be prepared and lock up all your valuables, including hoisting and securing to the boat your outboard and dinghy at all times, but especially at night.

Recent Incidents

During 2016 there have been thefts and burglaries reported from Clarkes Court Bay, Port Louis Marina, Prickly Bay, Chemin Bay, Mt. Hartman Bay and Tyrell Bay - Carriacou. See reports adjacent for further details.

Jail Sentence for Yacht Robbery (Nov.28, 2016)

Hog Island
July 2016: A cruiser was held at gunpoint and subsequently he and his wife suffered a terrible ordeal whilst walking his dog on Hog Island. See report here.

Yacht Security Assistance in Grenada

VHF Channel 66 Repeater was privately donated to the Grenadian Government and is used by the Grenada Cruisers Net to provide coverage to all Grenadian waters. It can also be received in southern parts of St Vincent and the Grenadines and the northern parts of Trinidad including Chaguaramas Bay. The Grenada Cruisers Net is for weather, advice, security reports and information on many subjects to help make Cruisers’ stay in Grenada more rewarding. It broadcasts Monday - Saturday at 7:30 AM and is a fully interactive radio net.

Yacht Security: Trinidad & Tobago Waters

During December 2015 two yachts, on seperate occasions, were boarded and robbed on passage from Grenada to Trinidad. All yachts transiting these waters should submit a float plan to the Trinidad & Tobago Coastguard. See this news report for more details. A similar incident occured once more in July 2016. See CSSN (www.safetyandsecuritynet.com) for more details.

The Caribbean Safety and Security Net (safetyandsecuritynet@gmail.com) provides information by anchorage or by island, so sailors can plan their cruising in the Caribbean with an eye to appropriate behaviour and precautions wherever they decide to go. Should you have suffered a boarding, robbery or attack on your yacht or have information about a yachting-related security incident, go to the CSSN homepage and click on the "Report an Incident" icon. The associated form is quick and simple to complete and ensures that all the necessary details are reported. The CSSN is the most comprehensive source of Caribbean security incidents against sailors. Remember, it is every cruiser's responsibility to ensure that incidents are reported. Also cruisers can subscribe to e-mail alerts, follow on facebook and twitter and listen to the SSB Voice Service.

The Caribbean Security Index (CSI) is a a tool to assist cruisers in assessing the probability of crime at ports and anchorages throughout the Caribbean. The CSI provides a means of assessing risk in a given area.
http://freecruisingguides.com/caribbean-security-index/

Also be sure to check the Noonsite Piracy & Safety Pages

Last updated November 2016.

Weather

The climate is tropical. The main hurricane season lasts from August to November, with a few smaller storms possible in June and July. Normally most hurricanes pass to the north of the island.

Grenada Cruisers Net
VHF Channel 68
Transmitted by voluntary cruisers and local businesses at 0730 Mon-Sat, Channel 66i. 3 day offshore and local weather forecasts.

Main Ports

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Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jan 27, 2017 04:28 PM

Grenada Sailing Week - starting Monday 30 January, 2017

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jun 23, 2016 09:28 AM

GRENADA CARNIVAL 2016 - AUGUST 8TH - 11TH

dmcantor5
dmcantor5 says:
Mar 11, 2016 07:42 PM

While making a passage from Carriacou to Grenada, we ran into an uncharted shoal. We were near the west edge of the inner volcano exclusion zone, at 12 18.61N, 61 38.99W. All of our charts show 1000 - 3000 foot depths in this area. We encountered an area of breaking waves, and saw 17 foot depths on our instruments. A sharp turn to the west got us into deeper water, but we saw several more areas of 50-70 feet before going off soundings again. We checked our position with a second GPS, and this appears to be accurate.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Dec 18, 2015 09:49 AM

Posted on Grenada Cruisers Facebook Page:
IMPORTANT MESSAGE RE. THE CONCORD FALLS
Do not hike down the Concord Falls trail from the top of Mt. Qua Qua. After about 2 hours of descending the Concord Falls trail and almost at the highest waterfall, the trail has been destroyed by a land slide and there is no way around it. We were lucky enough to have started early and there was enough daylight to get back.

smaseda
smaseda says:
Nov 25, 2015 03:58 AM

The use of a C-14 form if coming through the airport does not work. You have to leave the item, engage a customs broker, or travel to the various offices yourself, and then return with the C-14 issued by customs to retrieve your item. As a prior posts notes you need a broker and unless you have a car will incur cab fares. They also charge charge the 2.5% fee on the entire invoice amount, including shipping charges and taxes. So the 2.5% is a bit of an illusion.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Oct 28, 2015 03:22 PM

CARRIACOU: POST OFFICE CUSTOMS C14 and do you need an agent.
As posted on Grenada Cruisers Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/132087906871838/?fref=nf
I had ordered a new propeller. The price including carriage by post to Carriacou was $1015 US or $2740 EC.
I had followed the progress on the online tracking APP and it was shown as delivered to Carriacou.
So with three copies of the invoice, passport and boat documents to hand I set off for Customs in the new office by the boatyard. They suggested I use the Customs at the foot of the pier in Hillsborough.
Bus into Hillsborough.
Grenada Post Office, Customs, the C 14 form and using an agent.
Customs were helpful but said that I needed the 'Simplified Clearance Form' that was issued by the post office. The post office at first said I needed the blue form that the had sent to the address I was using in Carriacou but when I said that would involve me in returning to Tyrell bay a charming young lady checked the relevant tray and discovered my form preprinted with my name[ incorrectly spelled ].
Back to Customs with the form who then said that things were in order but that I would have to use an agent to complete the paperwork and directed me to the agent who was sitting at the entrance to the large goods in shed right by Customs.
The agent completed the paperwork and gave it to me to hand in to Customs. I paid Customs who then supplied me with the document which said I had paid the duty and could pick up the propeller from the post office.
Picked up the prop from the post office and had some lunch.
Costs
$35 EC to the agent. [ I would use her again very competent ]
$59.07 EC to Customs [ approx 2.2% ]
$17.50 EC to the Post Office.
NOTES
The post office seems to need the blue form to locate both the parcel and the paperwork.
My understanding that the threshold of $3000 EC below which an agent is NOT required is clearly wrong. [ At least in Carriacou. ]

Suzanne Verbessem
Suzanne Verbessem says:
Jun 08, 2015 01:45 PM

HALIFAX
We are now cruising in grenada for about 1 month, also saw part of the inland beauty of the island such as St. George, Grand Etang, Belmont Estate, Sauteurs, Victoria , Gouyave : all of it so so beautifull .... only, we saw also Halifax which is sometimes recommended as a anchoring spot : this is a HUGE dump pilling up for +/- 10 mt & more, burning, giving (very) bad smell in the valley : shame, shame on those who are exploiting this area and those who are in agreement with this procedure !!!
SY SALOME

James Ennd
James Ennd says:
Nov 01, 2013 12:25 PM

Changes in fees:
INCREASE IN EMBARKATION TAX FOR OUTGOING YACHT PASSENGERS POSTED ON 30 OCT 2013 IN BUSINESS, GENERAL NEWS

During the first quarter of 2014 the Embarkation Tax for passengers boarding yachts in Grenada will move from EC$1 to EC$20 (approximately US$7.50).
The website this was found on is : http://nowgrenada.com/2013/10/increase-embarkation-tax-outgoing-yacht-passengers/.
Jim - SY Sweet Chariot

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Oct 07, 2013 03:40 PM

What could be excellent news for the Caribbean:
Grenada has been renewing some visas for 6 or 12 months instead of the old 3 months. Further, there is no requirement to leave after 6 months.
These long extensions appear to be not available on arrival, but are available of extension of the visa, if the Cruiser is of good standing.
Immigration officials in the head office in St Georges have said: “The Grenada Government realises the importance of tourism and the Cruisers part in it.”

This is without official confirmation but has happened to 2 cruisers I know of in the last week or two.
Mark - SY Sea Life

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