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Young Island

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Young Island Resort, the most northerly of the Grenadine chain of islands, is a privately owned, luxury 13 acre tropical island located 200 yards from St. Vincent's southern shores. Legend has it that 150 years ago the Caribs -- the original inhabitants of the region -- traded the island for a stallion owned by the then British Administrator, Governor Young, hence the origin of the island's name.

Young Island was eventually developed into a luxury resort some 30 years ago by John Houser of the Hilton Group before, in 1974, ownership eventually moved to its current Vincentians owners: Mr. Vidal Browne and Dr. Fred Ballantyne.



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Tradition tells us that one day Chatoyer , the mighty Carib Chief, saw a charger belonging to Sir William Young , the British Governor at that time. He greatly admired the horse and wished to own it. "If you desire it," said Sir William to the Chief, "it is yours." Chatoyer readily accepted the horse in exchange for an island – Young's Island (later known as Young Island).

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