St Martin, Anguilla & St Barths
Sailing out of St Martin
One of the most popular yacht charter areas in the whole of the Caribbean – the three islands: St Martin, Anguilla and St Barth’s make a wonderful cruising ground.
Start your holiday in St Martin, a glorious dual nation island. French, Dutch and Caribbean cultures blend to give the place a truly unique identity and feel. A busy cosmopolitan island – there are a multitude of shops, bars & restaurants to be enjoyed. Vibrant nightlife is available to anyone looking for it!
Sail to Anguilla or St Barth’s, lesser developed islands where you’ll find un-spoilt beaches and perfect anchorages. Escape from all the fuss while surrounded by verdant nature!
Visit one of many marine conservation areas and dive into perfect turquoise waters brimming with sea-life. Or while away some time in busy little cosmopolitan towns lined with boutique shops & restaurants. Sailing out of St Martin you can decide at your leisure!
This prestigeous island jewel has earned its reputation as one of the most exclusive and luxurious getaways in the whole Caribbean chain. The tiny island of less than 10 square miles enchants with a green landscape, pristine white sand beaches and an impressive array of beach bars and great restaurants. The harbor side town of Gustavia is an excellent place to stroll around streets that host boutique shops & restaurants. The island has been shaped by numerous different settlers coming and going through its history – but its the French heritage that hits hardest. You’ll find a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ of delicious French flair on St Barths.
Ile de la Forchue
This beautiful uninhabited island is part of the St Barth’s nature reserve and makes an excellent stop for anyone on charter in the area. The island features a wonderfully protected anchorage where you can pick up a mooring ball free of charge and spend a night free of light pollution – under the stars. The bay is encircled by the hills of a long dormant volcano crater and the island is a great place to explore by foot. Hike to the top of one of the islands five peaks for wonderful views out over the ocean and the surrounding islands. Because the area is protected you’ll see an abundance of sea life when you jump in for a swim!