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Cruising the Grenadines

If you really want to explore the Grenadines, chartering a sailboat is key; the group's more than 30 islands include the glamorous Mustique, the sleepy Bequia, and many uninhabited.islets.

Hotels (4)

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    Firefly Bequia

    The six-suite sister property to Firefly Mustique opened in Bequia in 2007.

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    Friendship Bay Beach Resort

    Overlooking the crystalline waters off Bequia’s southeast coast, the hotel proves that "barefoot luxury" is more than an expression. This contempor

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    Cotton House

    This 20-room hotel on the private island of Mustique is always booked with boldface names, yet it retains a refreshingly laid-back vibe. At the Cot

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    Raffles Resort Canouan Island

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Activities (6)

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    Pink House

    For the ultimate in island chic, stop by Lotty Bunbury’s new boutique. In addition to her caftans and pareus—staples for any Mustique wardrobe—the

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    Captain Yanni

    The company has catamarans that depart daily from Union Island.

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    Friendship Rose

    This 96-foot schooner, sails to the islets twice a week from Bequia.

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    Tobago Cays

    Explore the kaleidoscopic blue-green waters of this five-island wildlife reserve where parts of Pirates of the Caribbean were filmed. Day-trippers

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    Basil's Bar

    The Scene: Sitting over the Caribbean on bamboo stilts, with a thatched roof and Balinese décor, this formerly tiny rum shack has expanded over the

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    The Moorings

    One of the top yacht-rental companies, expert sailors can skipper themselves with a bareboat charter (from $410 a day), while novices can hire a cr

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  • Cruising the British Virgin Islands

    Peter Island, British Virgin Islands, Virgin Gorda, Tortola, White Bay

    Along this archipelago of 60 islands—most of them deserted—you can rent a yacht and drift away from civilization. Sleep under the stars; anchor off an empty islet and hunt for conch shells; stop at

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  • Sailboat Charter and Spa in the British Virgin Islands

    St. John, British Virgin Islands, Tortola, White Bay

    In less than a week you can hike Mount Sage on Tortola, snorkel in Virgin Gorda's Baths, and sip a rum punch at Jost Van Dyke Island's Soggy Dollar bar.—then find your land legs at Caneel Bay Resor

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