Grenada … rich offerings of tropical splendour

Known for centuries as the Isle of Spice, Grenada is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean and is home for two delightful marinas ­ Le Phare Bleu and Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina.


Grenada’s breathtaking natural beauty provides the perfect setting for a variety of activities that make for an unforgettable stay in paradise. The Market Square in St. George’s is the centre of activity in the capital. Indeed, the market has been the hub of St. George’s cultural life for two centuries and more. Other places of interest include the Grenada National Museum with its collection of archaeologically fascinating exhibits.

The Belmont Estate, a 17th century plantation, presents an authentic agri-tourism experience, offering guests a unique opportunity to observe and participate in the workings of a fully functional historic plantation. St Margaret’s Falls at Grand Etang National Park, known also as Seven Sisters Waterfalls (there are seven in the area), is one of Grenada’s most beautiful attractions. The visually stunning Grand Etang Lake, surrounded by a rainforest, is in an ancient crater some 1,300 feet above sea level.

Grenada is an island state of unforgettable natural beauty and both marinas, Le Phare Bleu and Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina, provide the perfect setting for enjoying its rich offerings of tropical splendour.

Le Phare Bleu

Le Phare Bleu, Grenada

Located on the South of Grenada, Le Phare Bleu offers 60 berths for yachts up to 30 metres (100 ft.). Maximum draft is 15 feet.

Le Phare Bleu, Grenada

The secluded property near to the Grenada capital town of St. George’s, has a Customs and Immigration office and offers all the amenities and conveniences its visitors would expect, including:

  • buoyed entrance channel,
  • electricity 16/32-amp 230V 50 Hz.
  • fuel diesel and gasoline available (not dockside)
  • free wireless internet
  • laundromat (surcharge)
  • ice for sale
  • washrooms and showers onboard our historic Lighthouse Ship
  • shuttle, taxi service and car rental
  • cottage rentals on-site
  • swimming pool
  • restaurant & bar (Island Fever Tropical Tavern)
  • The Lightship (bar and venue featuring live music)
  •  two small mangrove-protected beaches
  • use of watersports equipment

Le Phare Bleu guests also have access to a swimout platform. There is a café, a deli and bakery, a gin distillery, a hair studio and a wellness spa.

Port Louis Marina

Port Louis marina, Grenada

Owned and operated by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, Port Louis Marina is in a gorgeous lagoon in the South of Grenada, close to the capital St. George’s. The parent company has specialised in marina planning and management, investments and waterfront development for more than 40 years, providing a range of services to clients in 25 countries worldwide. With this historical background and a proven track record, Camper and Nicholsons brings a wealth of experience and proven success to the Port Louis Marina operations as well as its two marinas in the Mediterranean. It operates from offices in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong,

Port Louis marina, Grenada

The Port Louis Marina, with 227 berths of up to 90 metres (295 ft.), offers its guests a range of facilities and services for a comfortable stay, including:

  • 50Hz and 60Hz electricity
  • bars and restaurants
  • a swimming pool
  • yacht cleaning and guardinage
  • provisioning
  • technical services (for yacht repairs and servicing)
  • nearby boatyards with a 242-ton travel lift
  • a chandlery (nearby) and,
  • cable television.

There is additional berthing suitable for catamarans, regattas and special events. []

Port Louis marina