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St Martin

Cabin | Bareboat | Skippered | Crewed
Situated at the northern end of the Leeward Islands group of the Lesser Antilles, St. Martin is where sophistication blends with a relaxed, easy-going style. Shared between France (Saint. Martin) and the Netherlands (Sint. Maarten), enjoy the infusion of two different cultures. Divers and snorkelers can enjoy some of the world’s most spectacular, unspoiled reefs. Visit world-class restaurants, casual beach bars and legendary beaches in the culinary capital of the Caribbean. The climate is Intertropical, with air and sea temperatures around 27ºC year-round.

Chartering in St Martin: at a glance

Language

Dutch/English/French

Currency

EUR & USD

Expenses (Diesel, Food etc)

AirportS

St. Maarten

Type of Mooring

Anchor/Marina

Itinerary Structure

Any day

Sailing Season

Season is January to June

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Regions

The Cruising Ground

Saint Martin (French)

Taking up the northern part of the island, St. Martin is the less populated French half, and is boasting an abundance of nature and a distinctly tropical feel, featuring well-attended beaches with cozy beach bars and excellent restaurants. There are numerous beach coves with plenty on offer for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and kitesurfers. Four km from St. Martin, visit the island of Tintamarre, in the heart of St. Martin’s nature reserve and dive amongst the seabed on the beach of Baie Blanche. Grand-Case is a protected cove west of St. Martin, and you can enjoy French-Creole cuisine in the colourful village.

Saint Martin (French)

Taking up the northern part of the island, St. Martin is the less populated French half, and is boasting an abundance of nature and a distinctly tropical feel, featuring well-attended beaches with cozy beach bars and excellent restaurants. There are numerous beach coves with plenty on offer for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and kitesurfers. Four km from St. Martin, visit the island of Tintamarre, in the heart of St. Martin’s nature reserve and dive amongst the seabed on the beach of Baie Blanche. Grand-Case is a protected cove west of St. Martin, and you can enjoy French-Creole cuisine in the colourful village.

Sint Maarten (Dutch)

Located on the southern part of the island, Sint Maarten is the Dutch half. Philipsburg, the capital of Sint Maarten, has a strong Dutch influence, and the main streets are full of pastel-coloured houses decorated with ornate carvings and wrought iron balconies. Visit Fort Amsterdam in the Great Bay of Philipsburg or Little Bay for sandy beaches featuring palm trees, boating, snorkelling & views of Fort Amsterdam. Visit the quiet beach of Cay Bay after hiking to its sandy shores. This bay is the perfect destination for snorkelling and exploring the surrounding Cay Bay on horseback at the Seaside Nature Park.

Anguilla

St. Martin’s neighbour, Anguilla, offers stunning beaches, coves, and history. The East and West Ends are tourist centres boasting beaches and resorts. Dine at the iconic restaurant, Blanchards, for some famous Anguillan cuisine. The Valley is the island’s capital and full of architectural history, with a restored plantation house. Spend the day on Shoal Bay East, for its 2-mile-long beach of pink-white sand of tiny crushed shells and water, perfect for snorkelling. Visit the island’s only museum, the Heritage Collection Museum on the East End, which chronicles the milestones in Anguillan history. The museum has everything from the Ancient Arawaks to Queen Elizabeth II.

Anguilla

St. Martin’s neighbour, Anguilla, offers stunning beaches, coves, and history. The East and West Ends are tourist centres boasting beaches and resorts. Dine at the iconic restaurant, Blanchards, for some famous Anguillan cuisine. The Valley is the island’s capital and full of architectural history, with a restored plantation house. Spend the day on Shoal Bay East, for its 2-mile-long beach of pink-white sand of tiny crushed shells and water, perfect for snorkelling. Visit the island’s only museum, the Heritage Collection Museum on the East End, which chronicles the milestones in Anguillan history. The museum has everything from the Ancient Arawaks to Queen Elizabeth II.

Les Voiles de St.Barths

25 km southeast of Saint Martin, St. Barts (Saint Barthelemy) is the Island of billionaires. Anchor at Anse Colombier and spend the day visiting the beach-fringed volcanic island boasting luxurious villas, restaurants, beaches and tropical sun. St. Barts is a volcanic island fully encircled by shallow reefs. Go shopping for luxury goods in the island’s capital of Gustavia, which is also home to a yacht-filled harbour. Visit the 17th century Fort Karl, or spend the day lounging on Shell Beach – a beach with sand of a million shells.

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