Photo of a mooring in Guadeloupe

Mooring at the ilet Gosier

Guadeloupe is a French overseas department with direct flights from Paris, USA and Canada. Bas du Fort marina, near Pointe à Pitre, is the starting point for cruises towards the Leeward Islands. 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: secluded anchorages, crystal clear waters, colorful fishes, turtle and rays passing right under the boat. Further north, sail to Sint Marteen, Saint Barth, Saint Kitts, and Anguilla…Other possible itineraries from marina Bas du Fort…The Guadeloupe archipelago is an excellent area for short navigations: Petite Terre, a natural reserve, les Saintes and Marie Galante, so charming, Cousteau marine park, the tropical forest at Soufrière…Further south, Dominica, called the 365-rivers island is the destination if you love nature and wilderness.

Cruises departing from Guadeloupe

Yacht charter in Guadeloupe


French flag
Pointe à Pitre (PTP)
Euro (EUR)
Local time
UTC – 4h
High season between November and June
Low season between July and October
Dry season between December and May
Rainy season between June and November
Temperature between 25 and 30 °C
Trade winds, Easterly
Sailing resume compulsory
Passport compulsory, valid 6 months after return date, visa depending on nationality and length of stay

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