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For those with a more adventurous spirit, try St. Martin and the Leewards. With its European heritage and colorful blend of Dutch, French and English influences, there is a rich panoply of palm-fringed bays, volcanic peaks and clear waters. St. Martin, Anguilla, St. Barts, Guadeloupe, Dominica, St. Kitts - there is enough for many trips. St. Martin itself boasts two halves to the island - one Dutch and the other French. St. Barts is a must place to visit with its beautiful harbor and chic resorts. Anguilla has dazzling beaches and has been called the "wreck dive capital of St Martin". Visit volcanic St. Kitts with its cricket matches and Antigua with famous Nelson's Dockyard. Further south you will find Guadeloupe with its strong French air and rain forests

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As with many boating locations St Martin shoulder season, in this case from April to July, is also a great time to charter a boat as there are less shore based visitors, some lovely settled sunny weather, and warm yet steady breeze. St Martin is made up of many different multi-nation (and multi-cultural) volcanic islands. There are amazing Sailboat grounds stretching from Cuba and Jamaica in the west, through the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands, The Leeward Islands and the Windward Islands, finishing with Trinidad and Tobago off the coast of Venezuela.

We can offer Sailboat, Sailboat plus shipper all major ports such as : Martinique, St Martin, Cuba, Brasil, BVI and Tortola.

Sailboat Caribbean | St Martin Conditions:

St Martin offers sheltered waters and simple navigation.  Winds generally blow northeast to southwest at 10-20 knots.  In the winter months, the winds can be stronger and blow more northeasterly.  
The tidal range is about 12 inches The Windward Islands promise lively Sailboat. Winds blow from the northeast in winter months and from the southeast during the summer at 10-25 knots, strengthening around the northern ends of the islands. This itinerary also offers sailors the opportunity to make a few  longer, open-water passages between islands. Some sails can take 7-10 hours.

Standard charter time are from Saturday afternoon 17:00h with return to port on Friday 16:00h. On return check out will take place and you can stay on board until Saturday morning 09:00h.For additional information and route suggestion please look at our online
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Sailboat Caribbean | St Martin and the islands nearby

St Martin is one of the largest islands in the Lesser Antilles (1100 Km²). Your cruise can lead you also up to the nort passing St Martin on the St Martin side, heading for Domenica, the wild, green island and finally finding mildness again by approaching Les Saintes, islands belonging to Guadeloupe.

St. Martin itself boasts two halves to the island - one Dutch and the other French. St. Barts is a must place to visit with its beautiful harbor and chic resorts. Anguilla has dazzling beaches and has been called the "wreck dive capital of the Caribbean". Visit volcanic St. Kitts with its cricket matches and Antigua with famous Nelson's Dockyard.

Further south you will find Guadeloupe with its strong French air and rain forests

 

 

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Sailboat Caribbean | St Martin:

Enjoys tropical weather and easterly trade wind. The Winter season is generally dry. It is more humid from the end of August to the end of October. Mean air temperatures vary between 22 and 30°C and sea water stays between 24 and 28°C. Tropical days are short. Sun rises at 6am and sun sets around 6pm. The winds are blowing from North-East to South-West and are between 10 and 20 knots in summer, 15 to 25 knots from November to May. Sailboat in St Martin is easy, but you have to look out for corall reefs and rocks as soon as you approach the coast. The sea is in general smooth but a little rougher in the channels between the islands.