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 St Vincent & the Grenadines - The Grenadines

The Grenadines

Thefts from yachts at anchor in this part of the Caribbean (in some cases armed robbery) have increased over recent years and unfortunately are still prevalent. Current advice is to be extra vigilant with security measures in Tobago Cays, Canouan and Mayreau. Dinghy thieves operate throughout the Caribbean and best advice is to place your dinghy on deck and chain it overnight. Be sure to chain it at all times when ashore with a heavy duty chain.

Mayreau Harbor Patrol (MHP) patrols the harbors of Mayreau in an effort to make the area safe, especially at night. As this is a non-governmental organisation and non-profit group, funded partly by Tobago Cays Marine Park and the four constables who carry out the patrols, the hours or operation depend largely on time and fuel available. The group are always looking for more sponsors and volunteers.

For more information contact MHP on telephone number 17844975322.
For any emergencies between Mayreau and the Tobago Cays telephone 17845302752/17844952380 or 17845278412.

Check the noonsite Piracy Pages and the Caribbean Safety Net for information on the current situation.

Last updated January 2016.

Canouan *

Mayreau

Tobago Cays

Union Island *

* indicates port of entry

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Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
May 29, 2017 12:09 PM

ST VINCENT CARNIVAL 2017 - June 30th to July 11th
http://www.carnivalsvg.com

nadireberker
nadireberker says:
May 13, 2017 10:56 PM

Update on SVG 9-19/3/2017

Keyif stayed in Boat Lagoon Marina for three days, on a mooring. The mooring field is a little rolly, but manageable. The marina manager and everyone at the front desk were extremely hard working, always helpful, very friendly. We felt very safe and well cared for, they even managed to arrange a rental car for us at short notice. The island of Saint Vincent was interesting, but very difficult to drive in, we would not advise driving on your own to the mountains or the waterfalls, but to rent a car with a driver and a tour guide costs 250 $ for half a day, not possible for many cruiser's budgets. The people were very friendly to us, and went out of their way to help us repair a torn tire,
Bequia was much prettier than four years' ago, the sea was clean, and the anchorage at Princess Margaret beach was safe. There were a lot of charter boats, mostly with European crews.
The number of boats in Tobago Cays has increased considerably over the last four years, moorings have been placed, and anchoring space is unfortunately limited, but it is as beautiful as ever.
The 3G internet in SVG is very expensive, as data gets used up very quickly, so beware.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jan 14, 2016 03:42 PM

Update on Moorings by Chris Doyle via the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cruisers Facebook Page:
Most guys in Bequia are now charging $60 EC a night for their balls (and whatever may happen to lie underneath them). Remember they are not regulated, have no legal standing so unless you check them with mask and snorkel there is no guarantee of reliability.
Tobago Cays Marine Park is now running the moorings in Salt Whistle Bay, same charge. These are new so should be OK but you would be very wise to check for yourself.

Stein-Tove I Engh
Stein-Tove I Engh says:
Oct 10, 2015 01:27 AM

We have seen a small Coastguard boat patrolling Port Elizabath in Bequia several nights a week during our stay late September and early October 2015.

A positive security gesture towards visiting sailors.

Stein-Tove I Engh
Stein-Tove I Engh says:
Sep 25, 2015 02:52 AM

Buoys again.
Noonsite is a reference for information, safety and security for a lot of sailors.
Thus I believe I should share what recently happened to fellow sailors in Tobago Cays.

This is documented in the Facebook group St Vincent and the Grenadines Cruisers.

2. september kl. 08:57

"Last night we woke up at 3.30 am by a boat crashing into our bow.
It turned out to be a sailboat that had been tied up to a mooring ball in front of us in Tobago Cays.
He was still attached to the mooring ball, dragging it along his side.
It was lucky that he hit us, as we both woke up from the collision. If not, he would have dragged onto the reef further west.
So: don't trust the mooring balls in Tobago Cays, or at least inspect them first!
It was not much wind. Perhaps 3-4 m/s."

As I understand, the Tobago Cays are a SVG national park. They collect money from the buoy users. I find it very strange that the rangers do not keep a strict quality control with their buoys. They do not seem to be overly busy when they are present at the park. Word may have spread. When we visited recently, no one used the buoys in the sound. Not good for business. Of course, in a while high season comes, all will be forgotten and new cruisers will come by and use the moorings. But the rangers FB remark that this only happens 2-3 times a year is not comforting. To the ones who drift off towards the reefs while asleep in the darkness, this can mean disaster.

DRoss
DRoss says:
May 20, 2015 03:03 PM

Thoroughly enjoying our stay in the Grenadines. April and May into June of 2015. Stayed a month in Bequia, a couple nights in Mustique(gotta do Basil's Bar and The View restaurant), then on to the Tobago Cays which were lovely and crowded even out of season. We are now in Union Island. Don't let a few bad experiences stop you from visiting. Think of the number of boats vs the number of incidents. May the odds be forever in your favour :-)!

Suzanne Verbessem
Suzanne Verbessem says:
Apr 09, 2015 10:22 PM

April 2015 : we enjoyed our stay in Cumberland : boatboys very helpful - Perry took us in his dinghe to wallilabou & baroualli to get customs & immigration cleared.
We met Mr. Emerson Edwards a very experienced Tourist guide and herbalist for Cumberland region : can be contacted on e-mail : mr.emersonedwards@gmail.com and tel 1-784-531-9940
Additionally in the bay there is a EU-project where they supply fresh water, you can take showers and washing mashine/dryer is available (to be paid for)
we will be back next year !

camille
camille says:
May 12, 2014 02:09 PM

Hey everyone, for yachts entering and departing from the leeward side of St. Vincent, ChateauBelair is a declared port of entry since 2003. The Customs building is along the coast line beside the jetty . The office is always open from 7 AM to 7 PM from Sunday to Sunday and on Public Holidays. Immigration is also available From 6 AM to 10 Pm. The service is much faster and efficient, unlike walliabou whereas Customs is only available from 5 Pm to 6 pm and you have to go further round to Barrouille to get to the Immigration( the choice is yours). Cumberland is not a declared port of entry however it is only for anchorage after checking in with customs and it is illegal hence a charge can be fine. The ChateauBelair office can be contacted at telephone number 17844857907. Security is ok as coastguard does random patrols for the safety of our visitors. There is a Restaurant and Bsr at the beach front, there is a Gas Station and Mimi Supermarket and a bakery. Recreation sites such as the Volcano ,Waterfalls and anchorage for snorkelling all are available in ChateauBelair. You are always greeted by friendly people who are always willing to assist you.

rlee
rlee says:
Jan 20, 2014 01:28 AM

For yachts passing on the leeward side of St. Vincent I can recommend Cumberland bay as a safe and hospitable anchorage. The boat boys will come out and meet you guiding you in and taking your stern line to attach to a tree. I found Carlos particularly helpful and he also keeps an eye out for you he can be contacted in advance on 17844551199. Carlos will also take you round to clear customs and immigration at Chateaubelair in his dingy which speeds the process considerably. The beach bars could do with the support as they are struggling to get back into business after being devastated by the Christmas storm

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Dec 06, 2013 04:07 PM

My parents are just back from a cruise in the Grenadines. They met friends that had been robbed at Chatham bay, Union after a drink at the famous big new Italian beach bar. When leaving the bar, they all felt sick, like they had been drugged (maybe GHB). All of the group (4 people) were then robbed by men, they took all their money, phones, etc.

They even do not remember how they came back to the boat, they woke up following morning. This seems an organized crime: drugged in the bar, robbers waiting outside.
Frédéric Dalle

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Aug 12, 2013 08:57 AM

Re. Security : The notes warning about thefts in this part of the Caribbean and the suggestion that if you anchor in Tobago Cays you should be careful about keeping hatches open is so sad to me. My husband and I got married on Mayreau just over 7 years ago. We were on a 2 week bareboat trip with 7 friends and sailed to Bequia, Mayreau, Mustique, Tobago Cays and Union Island. Our own boat is in Antigua now and we were planning on re-creating the trip on our own boat and re-vsiting the great and beautiful places we anchored and experienced...now I don't think I want to take the chance...
Vikki O'Connor

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