Mariners Hotel is a scuba diving destination in Arnos Vale on St. Vincent Island. The island is in the Caribbean Sea 120 miles west of Barbados. The hotel has 20 air conditioned rooms that range from standard, superior garden view, ocean view, up to Superior Deluxe Suite. At the higher end you have a furnished balcony, work desk with chair and seating area. So, most units have a refrigerator, kitc...
Young Island Resort
Young Island Resort is a scuba diving private island destination and is located on the 1st of the 32 Grenadine Islands that are just below and on the west side of St. Vincent Island. These islands form an archipelago nation in the Caribbean Sea 120 miles west of Barbados. The hotel has 29 guest cottages. They have Superior Cottages by the beach, Deluxe Suite with patios, Luxury Suites with large p...
Climate: Average air temperature range between 24 – 26°C / 75 – 79°F
Water Temperature: 27 – 30°C / 81 – 85°F
Time: UTC -4:00
Currency: Officially Eastern Caribbean Dollar XCD – USD is widely accepted.
Electricity: 110 / 230 Volts. Outlet types vary – travel adapters recommended.
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Airport(s): Argyle International Airport (SVD)
Hyperbaric Chamber: There is no hyperbaric chamber in St. Vincent & the Grenadines. Closest chamber is The Barbados Defence Force Headquarters.
Important: No Camouflage! It is illegal to wear any form of camouflage clothing in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The law is strictly enforced. Similar laws exist on other islands, including Barbados — a major gateway to St. Vincent by air. For your travelling convenience, we suggest you leave all camouflage prints at home.
Giant coral heads cover the gently sloping bottom. Sponges, brain and star coral make like steps down the steep wall, where tiny octopi, sea horses and small shrimp try to not get eaten. A photographer’s heaven, this is St. Vincent and The Grenadines. Part of the Windward Islands, St. Vincent is the largest of 30+ islands that make up the nation. The Grenadines extend 72 miles to the southwest of St. Vincent.