Originally Posted by Jana
there are average 26 rainy days in July
It rains every day a number of times but only for a few minutes each time.
I can not but advise you to be far more cautious of hurricanes than previous posts suggest. I am heading south, currently in Martinique
and I would never ever be north of Grenada and without daily Internet
for weather in July and August and thru to November.
The sailing and general weather may be good but if you are off in some secluded bay without adequate weather forecasting you will not find out about a hurricane until far to late to head
to Grenada or Trinidad.
Hurricanes that hit that area often come from quite far south, like where that current
Tropical Wave is off Suriname and then they barrel up the Caribbean
line making it difficult to head
Hurricanes are a killer and will appear to hunt out those who injudicously flirt with them.
I NEVER sail in the wrong season. It's my way to avoid storms. I did it once off Australia
when we were hit with a Cat 5 Cyclone and I can tell you the fear of killing your loved ones due to playing silly buggers with the weather really puts a dampened on a cruise
Unless you are chartering a boat in SVG I would commend you to not be there!