A 115-acre tropical paradise with a rhythm all of its own
Petit St. Vincent (PSV) has long been a recognized name in Caribbean hospitality and as an exclusive private island resort, frequently featuring in the “top ten” island resort lists.
A change of ownership in 2010 enabled further investment into the infrastructure and amenities of the island without taking away from the carefully nurtured private island ambiance.
Amenities include a private Owners villa with pool and 22 smaller hotel villas, formal dining restaurant, beach bar, treetop spa, dive center, and fleet of boats.
While the Caribbean is renowned for its many stunning islands, fewer islands are suitable for private use or resort development as isolation and access problems can make development costs prohibitive.
PSV benefits from a protective windward reef system on the east side of the island and a sheltered anchorage on the west, two attributes which combine to make this a suitable island for further investment opportunities.
Whether maintaining the low key, private island ambiance, or adding additional rooms or villas, PSV is an island capable of supporting additional investment and development.
PSV is readily accessible by international flights from North America and Europe to the gateway airports in St. Vincent and Barbados with onwards connections to Union Island and Canouan followed by a short boat trip to PSV.
Part of the Windward Island chain, the Grenadines drift south-westerly from St. Vincent, the largest of more than 30 islands that make up the nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Just 40 miles south of St. Vincent, lies the exclusive private island resort of Petit St. Vincent.
For those who would rather travel in the luxury of a private jet, CanouanAirport services many private flights with its 5,875 foot runway.