Set sail for adventure with Star Clippers

Celebrating over three decades of sailing history, Star Clippers is thrilled to unveil St. George's in Grenada as its newest departure port for the winter 2025/26 season. This announcement heralds the beginning of longer voyages aboard the magnificent 166-passenger Star Clipper, introducing guests to virgin territories like the untouched beauty of Charlottesville and the serene Castara Bay in Tobago.

Set sail for adventure with Star Clippers

The Caribbean, with its consistent breezes, offers the perfect playground for tall ship sailing, allowing these majestic vessels to glide under the power of the wind for up to 70% of their voyage, dramatically reducing reliance on auxiliary engines. For the discerning traveller, Star Clippers promises an unparalleled adventure, merging the thrill of traditional sailing with the pinnacle of luxury and service, ensuring intimate and memorable escapades to the world's most secluded gems.

11-night Grenada round trip

Departs 7th and 28th February 2026; from £2,807 per person

St George’s (Grenada) | Charlotteville (Tobago) | Castara Bay (Tobago) | Tobago Cays (Grenadines) | Carriacou, Paradise Beach (Grenada) | Charlestown Bay, Cannouan (Grenadines) | Admiralty Bay, Bequia (Grenadines) | Saint-Pierre (Martinique) | Soufrière (St Lucia) | Bridgetown (Barbados) | Saline Bay, Mayreau (Grenadines) | St George’s (Grenada)

10-night Grenada round trip

Departs 18th February 2026; from £2,548 per person

St George’s (Grenada) | Charlotteville (Tobago) | Englishman’s Bay (Tobago) | Tobago Cays (Grenadines) | Carriacou, Paradise Beach (Grenada) | Charlestown Bay, Cannouan (Grenadines) | Admiralty Bay, Bequia (Grenadines) | Saint-Pierre (Martinique) | Soufrière (St Lucia) | Saline Bay, Mayreau (Grenadines) | St George’s, (Grenada)

Homeporting in Grenada allows Star Clippers’ guests more chances to experience the beauty and culture of the ‘Spice Island’ of the Caribbean. Famous for its world-class diving at over 50 dive sites, with bright reefs, thrilling drifts, and dramatic shipwrecks all in ample supply, there’s also an underwater sculpture park that provides a home to prolific marine ecosystems that are not to be missed.

Hikers will love Grand Etang National Park with its mahogany trees, ferns, colourful flowers, and trails for all levels, some passing its central crater lake.

Dive into the crystal-clear pools of 14 gorgeous waterfalls on island. Grab the opportunity to go clear kayaking through the mangroves or visit one of the islands 5 chocolate factories or 6 rum distilleries for tours and the opportunity to sample some of Grenada’s most delicious creations.

Other unique activities include chocolate factory and rum distillery tours. The Grenada Chocolate Company created the first bean-to-bar chocolate made in a cocoa-producing country in 1999 when Mott Green achieved his ambition of producing organic, Fair Trade, sustainable chocolate. Of the several rum distilleries, the River Antoine Estate has the oldest working waterwheel in the Western hemisphere and still makes rum like it did back in the golden era of production.

No trip to Grenada is complete without visiting the world acclaimed Grand Anse Beach – an idyllic escape of two miles of white sand beach, where you can find a spot to relax nestled under a palm, almond or sea grape tree. The island is a captivating eco-tourism paradise, where the allure of nature meets the thrill of adventure.

To book your Star Clippers cruise from Grenada, call your Travel Counsellor today.

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