Escape the grasp of a long, chilly winter and embark on an unforgettable sailing tour to The Jewels of the Caribbean – Saint Barthelemy & Saint Martin sailing vacation. This journey promises an array of experiences, from leisurely island hops to exhilarating open-water cruises. Sailing in St Martin mirrors the island’s unique duality – part Dutch, part French – offering a delightful blend of chic European elegance and relaxed Caribbean allure.
Imagine powdery sandy shores kissed by glistening azure waters, stylish beach clubs, epicurean dining establishments, vibrant nightlife, and opulent resorts – Saint Barthelemy boasts it all. Often likened to the French Riviera, this island strikes the perfect balance between the laid-back vibes of the Caribbean and the refined sophistication of France. The capital, Gustavia, boasts a picturesque harbor adorned with luxury yachts and sailboats, alongside an abundance of bars, restaurants, and shops. Meanwhile, the island’s coastline unfolds with stunning beaches and countless opportunities for hiking and aquatic adventures.
4 double cabins
Join our experienced crew on a spacious catamaran and set off on an amazing sailing adventure in St Martin and St Barth. Every morning, we’ll sail for 1-2 hours along the St Martin coastline and visit nearby islands. There will also be a longer 4-5-hour sail to St Barth and back.
You’ll get to explore remote, untouched islands, go snorkeling in colorful reefs and around sunken ships, and relax on beautiful white sand beaches. Delicious food, peaceful anchorages, and the captivating local island culture are all part of your St Martin – St Barth sailing adventure.
We’re proud to offer tasty and healthy meals onboard, made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. While it’s optional, we strongly recommend trying local cuisine onshore to fully enjoy the regional flavors and make the most of your travel experience. It’s a great way to connect with the local culture and add some extra flavor to your journey.
With its idyllic location and vibrant atmosphere, the marina in Anse Marcel is the ideal starting point for a memorable and enchanting sailing vacation. Nestled within the embrace of Anse Marcel, the marina is the 30 min drive from the airport. With its picturesque setting, it offers a perfect blend of modern amenities and natural beauty. The marina is a bustling hub, where luxury yachts and sailboats are moored, waiting to set sail on the azure waters of the Caribbean.
Settle comfortably aboard your yacht and let the enchantment of paradise wash over you. Delight in the pristine beach, and savor your first dinner in this idyllic setting, where every moment feels like a taste of heaven!
Nestled along the shimmering shores of St Martin, Grand Case is a gem of the Caribbean. This charming fishing village, often referred to as the “Gourmet Capital of the Caribbean,” enchants visitors with its picturesque streets, colorful Creole cottages, and a vibrant culinary scene that boasts a tantalizing array of world-class restaurants. The village comes alive in the evening, as the tantalizing aroma of local and international cuisine wafts through the air, setting the stage for a delightful dining experience under the starlit Caribbean sky.
Beyond its culinary prowess, Grand Case offers serene beaches, a warm and welcoming atmosphere, and a rich cultural heritage that adds depth and character to this coastal paradise, making it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking a taste of authentic Caribbean life.
Marigot, the capital of the French side of St Martin, offers a charming waterfront, abundant shops, and a wide range of restaurants serving quality French and casual fare. Live entertainment at lively bars adds to the town’s appeal. Exploring Marigot by yacht is an ideal way to begin your St. Martin adventure.
Within Marigot, you’ll encounter a delightful mix of Caribbean and French culture at colorful markets and local craft stalls. Wandering through these vibrant markets and interacting with friendly locals provides an authentic touch to your visit. It’s a place where the relaxed Caribbean atmosphere blends seamlessly with French sophistication, creating a unique and memorable experience for all travelers.
Simpson Bay, situated on the Dutch side of St Martin (or Sint Maartin), is a captivating, wide expanse, fringed with stunning beaches. It offers a picturesque backdrop for your Caribbean getaway.
The area is known for its relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. We will drive to one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, Mullet beach, eat lobsters and take cool pictures of landing planes at the famous Maho beach. In the evening you can enjoy the vibrant nightlife of the Dutch side.
Chic harbor of Gustavia is a favorite among wealthy owners of superyachts. With impressive views from volcanic peaks, and long stretches of blissful beaches, tropical St Barts could hardly be more scenic, often resembling the rugged landscape and aquamarine seas found in the Mediterranean. A European flair is prevalent at every turn, as the language, cuisine and culture are all distinctively French.
From the extended siesta-type lunch breaks and leisurely pace to the signature chic styles, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to the French Riviera, with the added bonus of a cool Caribbean vibe. We will party at Nikki beach, hike to the hidden nature pools and explore the whole island on ATVs.
The small Caribbean Island of Saint Barthelemy is well known as an extravagant playground for the wealthy and famous. What is not as well known is that magical St Barts has so much more to offer than just luxury villas for the jet-set crowd. The things to do in St Barts are nearly endless, with plenty of activities for travelers of all tastes and budgets.
The ethereal turquoise waters of Anse de Colombier are part of St Barts Marine Reserve. The shallow reefs around Anse de Colombier are perfect for snorkelling with turtles, rays and even dolphins. The beach is known for its seclusion, only accessible by sea or a 20-minute walk from the main road.
The deserted island of Fourche lies just a few miles northwest of St Barths. Once you’ve anchored in the bay, you can set out to explore the island both by kayak and on foot, with only the company of goats for company. The snorkeling is fantastic, with rays, turtles, and a variety of reef fish, all within the protected waters of the St Barths Marine Reserve. Apart from snorkeling, you can enjoy leisurely beachcombing, discovering unique seashells and sea glass, or simply basking in the serenity of the island’s unspoiled nature.
Legend has it that this island holds stories of buried treasures from the days of pirates and explorers, adding an aura of mystery to its shores. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can hike to the island’s high points to capture panoramic views of the surrounding seascape. It’s an ideal spot for picnics and taking in the beauty of the Caribbean. In the evening, as the sun begins to set over the tranquil waters, you’ll be treated to a breathtaking Caribbean sunset, casting a warm and vibrant glow over your island adventure.
You can enjoy the privileged access that a yacht offers by sailing to yet another uninhabited isle – Tintamarre off the northeast corner of St Martin. The most common word that seems to crop up when people talk about Tintamarre is ‘paradise’. This is what people imagine when you use the phrase ‘desert island’, there is no habitation, just turquoise water, white sand, and palm trees.
Your only company will be a handful of other yachts, making it a perfect place to simply unwind. You will be stunned by the beauty of the sunset over the Anguilla channel and you’ll be able to swim and snorkel around the wreck of a Spanish Galleon.
A pleasant sail to Pinel Island, truly paradise on earth, where you’ll enjoy the beautiful and protected beach. Pinel Island is surrounded by breathtaking clear blue waters that are ideal for water activities such as snorkeling, paddleboarding, and kayaking. The two restaurants on Pinel island offer guests a wide range of incredible Caribbean and French-inspired dishes.
The restaurants on Pinel Island also offer rental kayaks and paddleboards to use on the water, and rental chairs and umbrellas to use on the beach. It’s a subtle mix that makes it special for both tourists and locals. As the main beach is protected from the trade winds, it offers calm and shallow waters and allows charter boats to moor a few meters away from the sandy beach.
We will sail back from Gustavia to St Martin all morning, and you’ll return to Anse Marcel feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Spend the afternoon relaxing on the beach and packing for the journey back home.
In the evening, you can hop into a cab and enjoy your last night on the Dutch side. There’s a wide selection of parties happening on Friday night for you to choose from, ensuring your Caribbean adventure concludes on a high note.