Yacht Charter in Saint Martin
St Barts, Anguilla, St Kitts & Nevis
Saint Martin has good winds, medium seas and several short distance sails to fantastic spots such as Ile Pinel and Tintamarre, Anguilla or Saint Barth. Saint Martin is the world's smallest island divided into two:
Saint Martin French in the north
Marigot: The open-air market, especially active on Wednesday and Saturday, has an appealing aroma of cinnamon. Its stalls, run by indian merchants, are a cornucopia of tropical fruits and vegetables.
In the center of town, intrepid shoppers head to the Marina Royale, the boutiques on the rue de la Republique and a small shopping mall recenty built close to the Fort Louis Marina.
In Grand Case, almost all the activity takes place on the bd
that runs along the waterfront, with the charm of its old Creola
houses and numerous restaurants.
Orient Bay, known for its long beach that is popular for everything from nautical sports to nude sunbathing.
Sint Maarten Dutch in the south.
Philipsburg, the capital of Sint Maarten, is a popular stop
for those interested in duty free shopping, casinos and nightlife
and has some great bars around the waterfront.
In March, hundreds of participants from all the world visit Saint Martin to compete in one of the world's biggest sailing events; the Heineken Regatta. During the past years this regatta has become the largest event in the Caribbean. It has come to symbolize the island's prominence as a sailing venue.
Saint Martin offer all the types of yacht charter such as bareboat charter, skippered, crewed yacht charter, catamaran, sailboat, motoryacht and luxury yachts charter.
Saint Martin Marina & starting points
Marigot Bay (Marina Royale and Port Louis Marina)
On the leeward side of the island, Marigot Bay has the atmosphere of the South of France and the charm of the West Indies with sun drenched terraces, cafes, patisseries, and bistros along with unparalleled shopping. On Wednesday and Saturday your mornings stroll will take you through the open-air market located along the wharf.
Anse Marcel is a pleasant family beach, nestled in a cozy little harbor. Many charters depart from this location. It is a long white sandy beach with shade and calm waters. The shallow water is ideal for families with children. The marina is lined with fine shopping, hotels, and many restaurants.
Oyster Pond, isolated from the rest of the island was born in the '80s with the creation of the Captain Oliver's Marina and resorts (4 star hotels, two restaurants, bar and swimming pool).
Saint Martin Bareboat Exp. Level
From 1 - easy to 5 - very experienced: 4. We could provide a skipper service for your first day's sail from our base to familiarise the crew with the boat
Diving in Saint Martin
The water surrounding the island is filled with a wonderful diversity of marine life, including coral and has a variety of old shipwrecks for diving enthusiasts to discover. Lots of diving centers around the Islands.
Saint Martin International Airport
Juliana International Airport daily flights from USA and Europe.
French / English.
Currencies in St Martin
US Dollars and € Euro are used. Major credit cards may be accepted in hotels, restaurants and some shops. There are many places throughout the sailing areas to exchange money from cash, Travellers Cheques and Major Credit Cards.
Yacht Charter around Saint Martin
Only a couple of miles separates St. Martin from Anguilla. The small island of Anguilla is a British colony. Far less crowded than St. Martin, Anguillas authorities has regulated the expansion of tourism to create a very intimate and peaceful island encounter. Anguilla has miles of powdery white beaches and unspoiled coral reefs. The reef system is excellent for diving and snorkeling and the surrounding waters are a national park protected by law. The terrain is flat and made of coral, creating the tiny coves and long strips of white sand that make up 30 lovely, natural beaches.
Fifteen miles from St. Martin, lies the very trendy St Barts with its twenty-two virgin white sandy beaches and breath taking vistas around every corner. St. Barts is a natural marine reserve and is an attractive destination for those who enjoy scuba diving, in addition to the popular local sport of people watching. St Barts is often referred to as the St Tropez and Porto Cervo of the Caribbean. The island offers the best that money can buy in the way of peace and quiet, scenery, French food and wines and idyllic sun and sea. There are small green mountains, meadows marked with low stone fences, pristine beaches, sandy coves, and a smattering of neat little villages. Gustavia, the capital is an impeccable, picture-postcard town. Its harbor is one of the safest in the Caribbean.
St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Kitts is one of the most seductive islands of the Caribbean. The island remains uncrowded and unspoiled. Until recently the development of tourism had been restricted to small hotels, which had been built from ruins of old plantations.
Nevis the 36-square-mile island lies just west of Antigua and a short sail away from St Kitts. This island jewel is rich with natural vegetation that is unparalleled. Like St Kitts, the majority of tourism has evolved from renovated 17 th & 18 th century plantations. Not the easiest place to reach, Nevis offers to visitors a unique connection to experience the Caribbean of a previous era.
Sample cruise around Saint Martin
One week cruise around St Martin
Tortola (British Virgin Islands), Guadeloupe / Martinique (FWI), Union (Grenadines Islands)
Monohull Bareboat Fleet
(crew available on request)
Catamaran Bareboat Fleet
(crew available on request)
Saint Martin Crewed