There is an extensive range of watersports available on the island from scuba diving to snorkelling, and windsurfing to Hobie Cat sailing. Visit our well stocked Watersports Centre located on Endeavour Bay where you can choose from boogie boards and windsurfers, stand up paddle boards or snorkels and fins to explore the reefs beneath the sea. The equipment can even be dropped off at your favourite beach.
Mustique offers some of the best scuba diving in the Grenadines. With a dedicated team of professional PADI instructors and dive masters, we cater for beginners through to experienced divers. Come and experience what our underwater world has to offer.
Join our Conservation Team
In 2015 the island’s marine conservation team, with the help of The Coral Restoration Foundation International (CRFI), pioneered a coral restoration project to protect and rehabilitate the coral reefs surrounding Mustique, and a coral nursery was established off shore in Endeavour Bay. Guests are invited to learn about this fascinating project firsthand and join the dive team to swim out to the nursery to clean the coral and measure its progress.
Please contact the Watersports Centre for further information.
The waters around Mustique are renowned for their fabulous sailing conditions. Beginners and children can take lessons on the Hobie Cats in Endeavour Bay whilst more experienced sailors can charter a range of Schooners and Catamarans.
Day trips visiting neighbouring islands are available by sail or power boats, by private charter or join an organized trip with options to snorkel, fish and to lunch on another island.
Visit the stunning marine conservation park at Tobago Cays, a pristine group of uninhabited islands where you can picnic ‘on location’ where Johnny Depp was famously marooned in The Pirates of the Caribbean, before swimming with the hawksbill turtles on the reef. Be sure to explore the neighbouring islands of Bequia, Canouan, Palm, Union and Petit St. Vincent.
The seas around Mustique offer a host of different species such as dorado (mahi-mahi), tuna, sailfish and marlin. Fishing trips can be arranged with our resident island fishermen who will provide the necessary boat and tackle. The island’s fish reserves are closely monitored as part of the island’s commitment to conservation and we work with the local fishermen to maintain a sustainable fishing programme.