Grenada Sailing Week
There is nothing to surpass the thrill of competitive, high-performance yacht racing in crystal clear waters with consistent warm trade winds. If you haven't succumbed to the pull yet let On Deck sailing help you decide
The first part of the regatta is based at Port Louis Marina with training on the 27th, racing 28th and then moves to Secret Harbour with the race on the 29th . Lay Day 30th, Racing from Secret Harbour 31st and 1st We can advise on suitable land based accommodation for those wanting somewhere accessible to both locations.
In idyllic sailing conditions a challenging variety of shorter up/down around the buoys and longer reaching coastal courses off Western and Southern Grenada ensures there is something for everyone in this regatta. Classes range from the very serious to the more relaxed:
We will be offering milebuilding from Grenada to Antigua on 3rd
Spirit of Juno is our 'head boat' meaning that individuals or small groups can join the team for an event. we normally have around 4 pro crew on board so can take a mix of experienced racers as well as a few novices.
She is a physical yacht with no powered winches so there are plenty of jobs even for a big crew and you will not be 'rail meat' as we try and involve our guests in many of the roles on board.
She is competitive with a first in class in the Antigua and Barbados regattas in 2018 and attracts a strong and loyal following with many strong friendships built.
4 of 4 berths available
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