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Bali 4.0 with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2018-12-22

End Date: 2018-12-27

Departure: St Vincent

Destination: Grenada

Was: €6500

Now: €3900

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Bali 4.0 with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2018-12-22

End Date: 2018-12-27

Departure: St Vincent

Destination: Grenada

Was: €6500

Now: €3900

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Catana 42 CI with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-01-01

End Date: 2019-01-08

Departure: St Vincent

Destination: Grenada

Was: €5879

Now: €5291,1

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Lucia 40 with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-01-04

End Date: 2019-01-10

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €4696

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Lagoon 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-01-05

End Date: 2019-01-18

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €13938

Now: €11150,4

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Bali 4.0 with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-01-05

End Date: 2019-01-12

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €4755

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Bali 4.0 with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-01-21

End Date: 2019-02-02

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €8151

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Dufour 520 GL with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-01-26

End Date: 2019-02-02

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €5615

Now: €5053,5

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Bali 4.0 with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-01-29

End Date: 2019-02-01

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €2038

Now: €1219,9468

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Catana 47 Custom with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-01-31

End Date: 2019-02-09

Departure: St Vincent

Destination: St Lucia

Was: €7556

Now: €6044,8

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Bali 4.0 with watermaker

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-02-10

End Date: 2019-02-17

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €5285

Now: €4756,5

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Bali 4.0 O.V. with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-02-22

End Date: 2019-03-01

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €5540

Now: €4986

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Catana 47 Custom with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-02-23

End Date: 2019-03-02

Departure: St Lucia

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €6010

Now: €5409

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Lagoon 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-03-09

End Date: 2019-03-16

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €8340

Now: €7506

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Oceanis 41.1

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-04-02

End Date: 2019-04-06

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €2280

Now: €1360,02

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Lagoon 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-06-09

End Date: 2019-06-21

Departure: St Vincent

Destination: Tortola

Was: €14357

Now: €10049,9

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Lagoon 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-06-09

End Date: 2019-06-21

Departure: St Vincent

Destination: Tortola

Was: €11357

Now: €7949,9

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Lagoon 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-06-29

End Date: 2019-07-13

Departure: Tortola

Destination: St Lucia

Was: €13250

Now: €9275

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Bali 4.0 O.V. with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-07-06

End Date: 2019-07-16

Departure: Grenada

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €6986

Now: €4890,2

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Lagoon 450 F with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Catamaran

Start Date: 2019-07-27

End Date: 2019-08-06

Departure: St Lucia

Destination: St Vincent

Was: €9464

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Dufour 405 Grand Large

Departure: St Vincent

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Catana 42

Departure: St Vincent

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Lagoon 380 Owner Version

Departure: St Vincent

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Leopard 46

Departure: St vincent

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Lagoon 440

Departure: St vincent

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Jeanneau 45DS

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Jeanneau 50DS

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Bavaria 36

Departure: St vincent

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Lagoon 39

Departure: St vincent

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Oceanis 40

Departure: St vincent

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Lucia 40

Departure: St Vincent

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Lagoon 450 F Luxe with A/C

Departure: St Vincent

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Lagoon 42 Luxe with A/C

Departure: St Vincent

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Oceanis 41.1

Departure: St Vincent

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Sun Odyssey 349

Departure: St Vincent

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Bali 4.0

Departure: St Vincent

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Bavaria 40

Departure: Bequia

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Nautitech 46

Departure: Bequia

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Beneteau 50

Departure: Bequia

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Lagoon 42

Departure: Bequia

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People get very confused about the island composition of The Grenadines. These islands comprise an archipelago lying between the islands of Saint Vincent and Grenada, in the Caribbean Sea. They form part of the Lesser Antilles group. The northern islands in the chain are within the country of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. This whole region is commonly known as The West Indies.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is generally known as just ¨Saint Vincent.¨ Located in the Windward Islands region, it lies at the southern end of the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea. The islands are not governed by any other country but instead form a sovereign state, in the Lesser Antilles island arc.

The territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern islands of the Grenadines. Kingstown is the capital, on the main island. The archipelago stretches south from Saint Vincent Island to the boundary waters Grenada. Surprisingly, Grenada does not feature in the Grenadines group.

Mustique

Only nine of the islands are inhabited. They include Young Island, Bequia, Canouan, Union Island, Mayreau, Petit St Vincent, and Palm Island. The island of Mustique is the most famous because several well-known celebrities holiday there. During the 1970s, Mustique was a hotbed of scandal for HRH Princess Margaret and also the rock group the Rolling Stones.

Colonial history

Saint Vincent used to be inhabited by the Kalina Caribs. The Caribs named the island Youloumain. They succeeded in fighting against European settlement on the island, until 1719. Part of their number were former African slaves, either shipwrecked or escaped from Barbados, who sought refuge on Saint Vincent. Often they intermarried with the Caribs and became known as Black Caribs or Garifuna. This gave Saint Vincent a strong local force who were keen to keep settlers off the island.

French colonists

The French were the first to try to colonise the region. After a series of wars and treaties, the British eventually won control. The English were the first to claim Saint Vincent in 1627. However, the French would be the first to colonise the island, nearly 100 years later successfully. The settlers cultivated tobacco, coffee, indigo, corn, and sugar, using African slave labour.

Regained by the British

During the Seven Years’ War, the British captured the island from the French. The Treaty of Paris ended the conflict, in 1763. British soldiers started to build Fort Charlotte as their first action, knowing that there would be opposition – it took until 1809 to finally complete the build!

Continuous friction between the Caribs and the British led to the First Carib War. The British ceded to the French again, in 1779. France held control for just under four years. The British regained the region once more under the Treaty of Versailles in 1783.

Subsequently, further conflict ensued between the British and the Black Caribs. Even with some support from the French in Martinique, the uprising was quelled. The British deported over 5,000 Black Caribs to Roatán, an island off Honduras.

Abolition of Slavery

Saint Vincent saw the abolition of slavery in 1834, and the plantation owners were without labour. In the late 1840s, Portuguese immigrants arrived from Madeira. Over the next forty years, East Indian labourers also migrated to the islands. Conditions were harsh for both former slaves and immigrants. Sugar prices dropped, and the economy stagnated.

Independence

While Great Britain had control of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, they made several unsuccessful attempts to unify with the other Windward Islands. In the 1960s, several islands including Saint Vincent also attempted to consolidate to gain independence. All efforts failed.

After years of struggle, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines became the last of the Windward Islands to gain independence in 1979.

Volcano and Hurricanes

The volcano La Soufrière erupted for the third time also in 1979, causing extensive damage. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, hurricanes further devasted the islands.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has close ties to the United Kingdom, the US and Canada. The Saint Vincent government requested that European nations pay reparations for offences during the slave trade era, in 2013.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Banana production dominates the region’s economy. The tourist industry is slowly growing, but dependence on a single crop export has been an obstacle to the islands’ development. The “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie series, filmed in the Grenadines, has helped to encourage visitors to these beautiful islands.

British legacy

Although many Vincentians speak Vincentian Creole, English is the official language. The British legacy also includes a local proficiency at playing Cricket! The West Indies has long been an international champion in this sport.

 

 

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