Grenada Sailing Week would not happen without our sponsors, large or small, everything counts towards making our regatta one of the best in the Caribbean.
We are please to announce that the Grenada Tourism Authority with the Pure Grenada brand is our Title Sponsor. GTA have been a long time supporter of the event since its inception in 2012 and we very much enjoy this collaboration.
Grenada is so much more than then fabulous sailing. Come and explore the rainforests, the beaches, the history and heritage, the diving. There is so much to so on our layday you’ll be spoilt for choice. www.puregrenada.com
Island Water World are a race day sponsor of Grenada Sailing Week. They are a Caribbean Retailer and Distributor of boating supplies and marine leisure related merchandise. They have over 50 years of experience in the Islands and have proven adept at meeting the needs of their customers. Island Water World has been a major sponsor since 2012. Island Water World
Mount Gay Rum and the infamous Red Caps are synonymous with Caribbean regattas. Grenada Sailing Week is no exception. Mount Gay Rum has been a loyal support of sailing in Grenada since 1993 and the red caps are now becoming a collectors item. Plenty of rum flows in Grenada during sailing week to ably assist with bragging at the bar. Mount Gay Rum
Clarkes Court Boatyard & Marina (CCBM) is strategically located in the southwest of the island, Situated at Clarkes Court Bay Road, Woburn, St. George, Grenada. CCBM offers lift services for large multihulls, motor yachts, and commercial vessels. Specializing in routine maintenance and major refit projects, the marina features a dedicated metal boat area, on-site chandlery, approved technical service contractors, and accommodations, making it an ideal choice for boat owners.Clarkes Court Boatyard and Marina
Le Phare Bleu is a small Marina Resort nestled in Petite Calivigny Bay, St. David’s, Grenada. They offer a wide range of facilities and amenities for all visiting yachts including the eclectic Island Fever Tropical Tavern. Le Phare Bleu
The recently awarded – Yachting Destination 2023 by Caribbean Journal – overlooks the colourful waterfront of the Carenage and has 227 berths for yachts up to 300 feet. The ‘Spice Island’, as Grenada is known, lies south of the main hurricane belt, making it a popular marina destination for yachts and superyachts to berth during the Caribbean summer months.
Camper & Nicholson’s Port Louis Marina