20th Edition of the Sailors Guide to the Windward Islands 2021-2022

To celebrate the 20th edition of the guide (that’s 40 years of writing!) we’re giving away a FREE sample chapter from the newest edition, which will be available in November from your local chandlery, or online from Amazon or Crusing Guide Publications.

Click the button below to download a free PDF of the Grenada chapter, that’s 67 pages of information on anchorages, marinas, regulations, technical and general yacht services, shopping, attractions, and restaurants, plus charts, photos, and town maps!


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Cruising the Eastern Caribbean

We know things are always changing, so in an effort to make sure our readers always have current information we use this site to post updates to the Cruising Guide until the next edition is published. If you have a suggestion, please don’t hesitate to email us at doyleguides@gmail.com

Since we can no longer fit everything in the Cruising Guide without mounting it on wheels, this is where you’ll also find extras like detailed hikes and maps, GPS waypoints, info on customs and communications, and links to useful websites.

For more information on the writers, the boat, or a little history on the guide in general, check out the About Us tab at the top right.

Recent Updates & Links

We’ve updated the links to our GPS Waypoints, found under the Extras menu at the top of this page.

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