Choose your destination in the Caribbean
Guadeloupe, French overseas department, has direct flights from Paris, USA and Canada. At a short 20 minute ride from the airport, Bas du Fort marina, near Pointe à Pitre, is the starting point for cruises towards the Leeward Islands. Book your yacht there and after a few hours of sailing, stopover in Antigua to enjoy the perfect mix of the Caribbean and the British atmosphere. Sail further north to Barbuda where you can play the Robinsons.
Go to destination Guadeloupe
Martinique, French overseas department, has direct flights from Paris, USA and Canada. At about 40 minutes from the airport, Le Marin marina is the starting point for cruises towards the Winward Islands. After a few hours of sailing, stop in Saint Lucia, then sail south to Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, an ideal destination for charterers: the Tobago Cays, a protected reserve, coral reefs, desert islets, small white sand beaches. Further south, visit Grenada the Spice Island.
Go to destination Martinique
Saint Lucia, just south of Martinique, has direct flights from Europe (Germany, G.Britain) and USA. Rodney Bay marina, newly renovated, is the starting point for cruises between Saint Lucia and Martinique or for charters to the Grenadines. Book a monohull or a catamaran and right away you will feel the charm of the tropics: local markets, amazing sunsets, steel bands…Pigeon Island, near Rodney Bay is a perfect anchorage for swimming. Check the great panoramic view of the bay and Martinique.
Go to destination Saint Lucia
Sint Maarten is divided into 2 parts (Dutch side and French side). It is an incredibly cosmopolitan island providing great night life as well as beautiful beaches and anchorages. An excellent departure base where you will charter your catamaran to visit Saint Barth, the BVI, Saint Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla.
Go to destination Sint Maarten
You reach with your catamaran the British Virgin Islands (BVI) after about 24 hours of navigation from Saint Martin/Saint Marteen. The BVI are made of fifty islands and islets, most of them being are uninhabited. Discover this paradise: tropical forests, protected natural reserves, incredible diving spots (200 ship wrecks listed!) in crystal clear waters with colorful corals and fish…
Go to destination Tortola