Chris Doyle Publishing announces new Yachting and Watersports Guide to Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique for 2022
Chris Doyle Publishing has decided to embark on an exciting new project unique to the guides’ 40-year history; a stand-alone guide to yachting and watersports in Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique to be available November 2022. This guide will be free to the public, advertiser-funded, and appeal to not only yachtspeople and charter guests, but to traditional tourists and visitors as well.
Working closely with the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada, over the next 6 months Chris Doyle Publishing will be writing, updating, and producing an in-depth guide with all the useful charts and information on navigation, marinas, and services their readers are used to, plus expanded sections on snorkeling and diving, environmental concerns, and giving back to the community.
Since publishing the 20th edition of the Cruising Guide to the Windward Islands in 2020 the world of travel has changed significantly. While the shallow reefs, white sand beaches, and protected anchorages of the Caribbean are still there, life ashore has become more complicated, and travel between island nations more cumbersome. The yachting industry in many island nations has been and will continue to be a popular and important part of the economy, and Chris Doyle Publishing recognizes that many sailors and charter guests will be opting to spend more time in the waters of individual nations.
While Chris Doyle Publishing hopes to resume regular updates of the Windward and Leeward Island guides in coming years, they are excited to make a Grenada guide part of their catalog. If you or your business is interested in advertising in the new Yachting and Watersports Guide to Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique you can send inquiries to email@example.com.
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