Kiteboarding & Winging Sailing Charters in The Grenadine Islands

7 Days Kiteboarding ‘n Sailing the Caribbean Islands

Operating kitesurf and wing sailing charters in the Grenadine Islands of the Caribbean.

Experience the ultimate kiteboarding and sailing adventure on a 47-foot catamaran with your hosts, Captain Ian and IKO instructor Dale in the stunning Grenadine Islands.

With 7 days of luxury accommodations including private cabins and spacious common areas, you can relax and unwind while enjoying the beautiful surroundings. Kiteboard, swim, snorkel, SUP, or soak up the Caribbean sun on pristine beaches.

Indulge in locally sourced, fresh cuisine both on-board and on the beach. Visit Union, Mayreau, Petite St. Vincent, Carriacou, Bequia, and Mopion Islands, and Tobago Cays while kiteboarding every day the wind allows. Groove to a steel drum band and savor tasty Fish and lobster BBQ. Marvel at the Tobago Cays Turtle Sanctuary and the lush forests of Grenada.

By the end of the trip, you’ll fall in love with the unique culture and scenic beauty of this special part of the world. Enjoy a dining experience at one of Grenada’s finest local restaurants.

Our relaxed family style cruise is the ultimate way to rejuvenate the soul and improve your kiteboarding and sailing skills. Don’t miss out on this incredible adventure!

Let's talk about THE TRIP details

  • 7 Days Accommodation
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinners
  • 2 x Fish/Lobster beach Bbq dinners
  • 1 x Dinner at a authentic local restaurant in St. Georges
  • Transport to kite spots
  • Support from an IKO Certified Instructor
  • Dinghy support
  • 2 x SUP’s and snorkeling equipment
  • Non-Alcoholic Drinks
  • Mooring fees and gas
  • Customs and immigration fees
Not Included:
  • Travel and extreme sports insurance
  • Kiteboarding lessons ($125 ph)
  • Kiteboarding equipment
  • Air fares and airport taxes
  • Transfers to and from the airport
  • Extra activities and tours
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Gratuities for skipper and hosts


40% Down to secure your spot, balance to be paid by December 1st

Kiteboarding Sailing Charters

Our 2023 Trip Highlights


The Grenadines are a chain of 32 unspoiled Caribbean islands stretching 48 miles between St Vincent and Grenada in the Lesser Antilles. Of the 32 islands, only nine are inhabited and open to the public, the most populated being Bequia, Union Island and Mustique. With a natural beauty synonymous with tropical islands of your wildest dreams, not to mention near perfect conditions, they are the ideal destination for both sailing and kitesurfing, with many choosing to combine the two for the ultimate on-water experience. Here are their absolute favorite kitesurfing locations in the Grenadines, all conveniently located within a short day sail of one another.


Day 1 - Port Louis Marina
Start the day with breakfast at your hotel. In the afternoon, enjoy a few hours on Grand Anse beach, or shop in bustling markets of St. George’s before heading to Port Louis Marina Board your luxury Catamaran between 5 – 6 pm for a relaxing evening learning the boat’s systems and amenities in preparation for departure the following day. Dine out in historic St. Georges.
Day 2 - Sandy island
After Breakfast, we'll leave Port St. Louis and cruise up the protected western edge of Grenada, we'll pass small fishing villages and stunning unspoiled beaches before passing through the outer circle of the Red Alert Exclusion Zone for “sometimes active” Kick ‘em Jenny underwater volcano. A quick lunch and snorkel stop at Ronde Island, before the final few miles to Sandy Island, just off quaint Hillsborough, Carriacou.
Day 3 - CliftonUnion island
Located on the east side of Union Island, Clifton offers kitesurfers shallow, clear turquoise water in a lagoon type location. Protected by an outer reef, complete with a bar made entirely of conch shells, Clifton is blessed with constant clean, undisturbed tradewinds from the east. It is also home to the popular JP Pro Centre, found on the eastern tip of the island.
Day 4 - Mayreau island
Salt Whistle Bay bay is fringed by a sandy beach overshadowed by coconut palms and is the epitome of the Caribbean, with its distinctive colours and vibe. There are several bars offering tropical cocktails in the afternoon sun, evening lobster BBQ’s, souvenirs and markets, while still maintaining that unspoiled laid back local ambience. A short walk up the hill will lead to a historic old stone church with the most impressive views over Tobago Cays Marine Park.
Day 5 - Tobago Cays
The Tobago Cays Marine Park is comprised of five small uninhabited cays, and one larger island used for BBQ’s, located only two nautical miles from Mayreau. The area is stunningly beautiful, with pure white sand, crystal clear turquoise waters, plentiful coral reefs, and a rich array of sea life. In the afternoon, after a morning of kitesurfing, we recommend re-anchoring in the anchorage off Petit Bateau for comfort and convenience. The sea is flatter, and the local lobster BBQ is a must. Enjoy lobster and rum punch with your feet in the sand or take the opportunity to explore the island and the local wildlife, including iguana & manicou.
Day 6 - Mopion – Petit St. Vincent
We set sail for Mopion, a tiny spit of sand near Petit St Vincent (PSV). This uninhabited slice of paradise is almost too cliche to be true. Fine white sand complete with one loan parasol, surrounded by glass-clear water and a fish-filled reef. Mopion is a very short sail to the private island of PSV, where you can arrive just in time for sunset cocktails.
Day 7 - Grenada Port Loius
We set sail for a downwind cruise southbound to where we began Port Louis Marina where we'll enjoy our final dinner at a preferred restaurant in historic St. Georges. Spend the last night aboard your luxury boat before disembarking at 9am the following day.
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Trip Dates: TBD in February 2025


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