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About Us

Union Island is volcanic in origin, with steep mountain ridges. It is 5 km long by 2.5 km wide. One recognizes the island from afar when approaching from the south, thanks to the point of the Pinnacle (228M) which is typical of Union.

Getting Here

Come for a Visit! St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a country. It is also a beautiful archipelago of islands in the south Eastern Caribbean, about 90 miles west of Barbados. The Grenadines are made up of some 32 islands and cays stretching south from St. Vincent, the "mainland". A few of the islands are inhabited, but many are simply bird sanctuaries and environmental sites. Union Island is the southernmost island of the Grenadines.

By Air

You can fly into Union Island from the island of St. Vincent itself, or from Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia, Martinique or Trinidad. From these locations there are many daily connecting international flights. Union Island is at a strategic position; it is halfway between the island of St. Vincent and Grenada. It is an important stop for yachtspeople looking for provisions. There are many flights coming into Union Island:

  • 2 flights in and out daily between Barbados and Union Island
  • 3 flights daily from St. Vincent to Union Island and 2 flights from Union to St. Vincent each day (beyond St. Vincent are connections to and from St. Lucia, Barbados, Martinique, Antigua and many other Caribbean locations)
  • daily flights between Grenada and Union Island (and from Grenada onwards to Trinidad)
  • Charter flights - between Union Island and many other regional locations.

By Sea

There is also a mail boat called M/V Barracouda which plies the waters of the Grenadines. This form of transportation gives you a feel for the people and the islands. It makes several stops between St. Vincent and Union Island three times per week - Monday, Thursday and Saturday, except holidays when the schedule changes. M/V Gemstar travels the same route on Tuesdays and Fridays.

M/V Barracouda