Sweeping ocean views, powder-soft white sand beaches and an exclusively secluded location, Port Louis Marina ticks all of the boxes for your next Caribbean adventure.
Owned and managed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, Port Louis Marina is THE yacht destination for Grenada and the southern Caribbean, open throughout the year. The “Spice Isle” of the Caribbean, Grenada lulls you into a tropical embrace of rain forests, reefs and complete romance. Just twenty-one miles long, this Caribbean gem 12 degrees north of the equator is blessed with rich history, cooling trade winds and Grenadians whose gracious warmth shines through in its music, dance and cherished traditions.
Overlooking the historic capital St Georges and designed to reflect the traditional Creole architecture, Port Louis Marina has transformed Grenada’s yachting facilities. Of all the Caribbean islands, Grenada the “Spice Island” and the Grenadines offer the most unspoilt cruising destinations, and Port Louis Marina is the ideal base from which to explore this fantastic region. On the southern boundary of the hurricane belt, it is a popular destination for yachts and super-yachts alike.
90m / 330ft Max LOA 170 berths
Bars, restaurants & entertainment within the marina
Fully-equipped boatyard adjacent to the marina
Fuel bunkering. Black and grey water disposal
Free Wi 24-Hour manned security Provisioning services
Regular international fight connections
Berth your yacht or super yacht in Port Louis Marina and you can easily cruise to the following wonderful Caribbean destinations;
Union Island 40NM
Tobago Cays 45NM
Trinidad and Tobago 75NM
Places to visit and see, as recommended by Glynn Thomas, General Manager and Charlotte Bonin Marina Manager at Port Louis Marina;
Spice Island Beach Resort – with a recently opened Yoga Pavilion over-looking Grand Anse Beach, compliments Grenada’s premier luxury ‘Janissa’s Spa’; be sure to visit and be pampered in paradise
Laluna Resort – one of the most romantic resorts, this beach front resort is a 16-cottage boutique hotel famously recognised as having a warm style that blends Balinese, Caribbean and Italian influences.
Aquarium – specifically recommended for a Sunday afternoon – enjoy a long lunch at this perfect location just along the ocean front at Magazin Bay. Enjoy a drink on the beach, or eat at the restaurant with every Sunday a BBQ from 3pm-10pm. Fresh fish, lobster, chicken of beef – they grill it all – try it!
Grenada is a diver’s paradise and has some of the very best reef and wreck dives in the Eastern Caribbean. With over 30 sites, both novice and experienced divers have a wide variety of exciting underwater excursions to choose from which are all just short distances from the shore – a unique dive experience to Grenada. Some of the best diving spots include the world’s first Underwater Sculpture Park, the Bianca C Ship Wreck, and Flamingo Bay. Grenada’s year-round tropical climate makes a perfect dive destination with water temperatures generally between 75F to 85F.
The history of Grenada;
The island of Grenada is located just 100 miles north of Venezuela. Early on this southernmost Caribbean oasis earned its nickname as The Isle of Spice, as shiploads of cinnamon, mace and clove made their way across the Atlantic to satisfy the European demand for the exotic aromas and tastes of the New World and beyond. Visiting the main island of Grenada is like sampling the culture and history of three continents over the course of half a millennium. The influence of French, Spanish, African and native Amerindian culture and history is everywhere. Although the official language is English, most Grenadians speak a Creole or English dialect that contains a colourful mixture of words from each period of the island’s history.
For more stories, destination guides and to book a berth please visit: cnmarinas.com/plm