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Tintamarre island
  • Tintamarre
  • L'île fourche - ST BARTH
  • Saba
  • Cap Juluca - Anguilla
  • Sandy island - Anguilla

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Greeted by the captain at Juliana airport St Maarten; rapid transfer to the yacht anchored in Marigot, the French capital. Welcomed aboard with refreshments and fresh fruit followed by a pleasant sail to the peaceful bay in Grand-Case with its large sandy beach and the local ‘Lolos’ (local barbeque stands selling their famous Ribs, marinated pork sides that are grilled, plantains and other regional specialties). Sunset on the Caribbean Sea…


Relax on the superb beach at Tintamarre, a small island to the north of St. Martin. A clay bath for aficionados… Then a short sail to Pinel, a delightful cay reputed for its colorful depths and its stunning beach dotted with coconut palms!


The first sea passage and experience with the trade winds to reach La Fourche, a wild rugged island to the west of St. Barths, an excellent spot for snorkeling (and free diving). Return to civilization and an evening out in Gustavia, the capital of St. Barths and the ‘St. Tropez’ of the Caribbean which is frequented by numerous Mega–Yachts (Spielberg’s and Bill Gates ‘s to cite a couple). Here, you will find friendly concert Café’s, excellent restaurants and luxury boutiques …


Have a swim in Colombier bay, the most beautiful anchorage in St. Barths with a superb sandy beach. Then sail (depending on the weather forecast) to the impressive and rarely visited island of Saba, a wild volcano island… a veritable rock immerging from the Caribbean Sea prized for its spectacular diving.


Destination Cap Juluca Bay on the island of Anguilla, a splendid anchorage facing a very successful Moroccan style resort. Continue around the southern point of the island in the afternoon, to Road Bay harbour: Watch out for those delicious Pina Coladas at Johnno’s and the live lobster being offered by the local fishermen.


Let’s go to Prickly Pear a fabulous uninhabited cay close to Anguilla and a real sample of paradise! Return to Anguilla in the evening and anchor at Crocus Bay where insatiable pelicans dive in search of some treat from the sea…


A ‘dolce farniente’ day on the divine little cay of Sandy Island: with its three coconut palms, powder fine sand, turquoise lagoon, multi coloured coral and endless sea birds enjoying the breeze … you can’t go wrong!


Return to Marigot in the morning and enjoy a last rum punch offered by the captain!


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