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Tucked away in the Eastern Caribbean Sea, Grenada is delightfully off-the-beaten-path—though its allure is already well-known to mariners and discerning travelers alike. The island’s blend of old-school Caribbean charm and modern bespoke luxury is best appreciated with a cocktail on the terrace at Mount Cinnamon Resort or with a rum punch on a sunset cruise aboard a traditional Carriacou Sloop (locally made and meticulously hand-crafted by generations of Caribbean boat-builders). Less than twenty years ago, this tradition was nearly gone with the wind, as chronicled in the film Vanishing Sail, which relays the story of Alwyn Enoe, once one of the last remaining builders of traditional wooden sloops in the West Indies. 

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