The Isle of Spice
Island Dreams is based on the Isle of Spice Grenada. The last few years have seen Grenada’s yachting facilities develop and expand, whilst the friendliness and warmth of welcome bring visitors back – by land and by sea – year after year.
Grenada is a tri-island state comprising Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique with numerous uninhabited small islands just offshore. A rich cruising ground itself, it's proximity to the Grenadines including the Tobago Cays makes it an ideal base for Caribbean exploring.
At the very southern end of the hurricane belt, and with marinas and yards recognised by insurers for yacht storage, Grenada is a popular hurricane season storage location. Island Dreams has built on the unique place Grenada occupies in Caribbean yachting, to specialise in the care of yachts for owners who share their time between Caribbean sailing and periods at home and elsewhere.
Island Dreams looks after boats afloat and in dry storage at Port Louis Marina and Clarkes Court Boatyard.
Island Dreams Locations
Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis MarinaSituated in a natural lagoon within Grenada’s Capital Town of St George’s, Port Louis Marina offers slips for cruising yachts and larger yachts up to 90m LOA. It is conveniently located 15 minutes from the international airport and has marine support and technical services on site with chandlery, supermarket and courier within the surrounding Lagoon area.
The Marina has a Restaurant, Gift Shop, Dive Company, Sushi Bar, Swimming Pool and Customs and Immigration Office on site.
Built during 2008, the Marina has added a vibrant and high quality edge to Grenada’s yachting facilities.
Clarkes Court Bay MarinaLocated in Clarkes Court Bay on the Southern coast of Grenada, Clarkes Court Boatyard is Grenada’s newest marine facility. with a 242 ton boatlift, a submersible trailer and and the capacity to haul boats up to 37ft beam.
There is wide range of independent contractors and marine specialists based on site and working at the Boatyard