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Caribbean RYA Sailing School in Grenada

 

Grenada Bluewater Sailing School can’t wait to show you around our Caribbean RYA Sailing School! Please visit the following pages to learn more about the amazing sailing possibilities in Grenada and the Grenadines:

 

Grenada Bluewater Sailing - Caribbean RYA Sailing School

Sailing Yacht Chao Lay

Chao Lay is a 46 foot Beneteau Oceanis. With three en-suite cabins she provides comfortable and spacious living. Her well-kept modern amenities are perfectly suited for a crewed yacht charter with friends or family. Geared for RYA Practical Training she offers a great base for learning to sail.

 

Grenada Bluewater Sailing RYA Instructors

Our RYA Instructors have many years of worldwide sailing experience. They offer high quality personalised tuition, guaranteeing the best learning methods for you.

 

Discover Grenada & the Grenadines

RYA Instructor Alex Johnstone catching dinner.Words are not enough to describe the fascinating archipelago of Grenada and the Grenadines. Traditional Caribbean culture takes you back in time and allows plenty of opportunity for rest and relaxation. Fun activities such as snorkeling, diving, hiking and fishing will keep you amused, when you are not sailing through the tropical islands.

 

How to Get to Grenada & the Grenadines

It is very easy to get to Grenada, with major air carriers flying direct from the UK, US, Canada and Europe. Inter-Caribbean flights are daily, making this a hassle-free sailing holiday destination.

 

Cuisine on Chao Lay

The food in the Caribbean is fresh and delicious. There is a good reason why Grenada is called the “Spice Island” – heavenly spice trees line the roadside tantalising the senses with sweet fragrances of nutmeg and cinnamon. Fresh fruit and vegetables are grown throughout the islands, and there are lots of opportunities to try new things that you have never tasted before. When sailing, your skipper will throw out a line for the freshest fish you have ever eaten!