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1. St. Martin

Arrive in St. Martin and board your yacht. Explore Simpson Bay. One of the most notable features of Simpson Bay is the Simpson Bay Bridge, which connects the island’s Dutch and French sides. This is a drawbridge that opens several times a day to allow boats to pass through the lagoon. The bay is also a great place for water sports, including jet skiing, parasailing, and kayaking. You can rent equipment from various vendors along the beach or book a guided tour.

Beside Simson bay there is Marigot bay, Marigot Bay is a picturesque and historic harbor located on the French side of the island of St. Martin. The bay is known for its turquoise waters, stunning sunsets, and vibrant mix of Caribbean and French cultures.

Relax on the beaches of Cupecoy, Mullet Bay, or Orient Bay. Enjoy dinner and drinks at a beachside restaurant.


2. St. Martin to St. Barths

Anchor in Gustavia Harbor and explore the town. Gustavia Harbor is a beautiful and lively destination that combines natural beauty, history, and culture.
Swim and snorkel at Colombier Beach or St. Jean Beach. Colombier Beach is accessible only by boat and it is a stunning and secluded destination that offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of St. Barts.

St. Jean Beach is divided into two sections, known as “Plage de St. Jean” and “Plage de Nikki.” The former is the larger of the two and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports. The latter is named after the famous Nikki Beach Club, which is located on the beach and is known for its luxurious ambiance and lively party scene.
Have lunch or dinner at a beachfront restaurant like Nikki Beach or La Plage


3. St. Barthelemy

Visit the village of Lorient and explore its historical sites. Lorient is a charming and picturesque destination that offers a blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. You can explore the village’s historic buildings and landmarks, including the 18th-century Église de Saint-Barthélemy and the Maison de la Presse, which houses a small museum showcasing the island’s cultural heritage.

Explore the natural reserve of Grand Cul de Sac. One of the highlights of Grand Cul de Sac is its natural swimming pool, which is created by a coral reef that extends across the bay. The pool is ideal for swimming and snorkeling, as it is protected from the open ocean and is home to a variety of colorful fish and other marine life.

Have lunch at a local restaurant like Maya’s or Le Tamarin. Enjoy the sunset from Shell Beach


4. St. Barth to Anguilla

Anchor at Rendezvous Bay and enjoy its white sandy beaches. Rendezvous Bay is also home to several beach bars and restaurants, offering a variety of cuisine and drinks. Visitors can sample local Caribbean specialties like fresh seafood and tropical cocktails, while enjoying breathtaking views of the turquoise waters.
Visit the historic plantation of Wallblake House. Wallblake House is one of the most important historic sites in Anguilla and is a must-visit for anyone interested in the island’s history and culture. The plantation house has been beautifully restored and now serves as a museum, showcasing the island’s heritage and culture.

Have lunch at a beachfront restaurant like Blanchard’s Beach Shack or Straw Hat
Swim and snorkel at Little Bay or Shoal Bay East


5. Anguilla

Visit the uninhabited Prickly Pear Island and enjoy its secluded beaches. The island is surrounded by crystal-clear waters and boasts two pristine beaches, both of which are ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. Visitors can relax on the soft white sand, take a dip in the warm Caribbean waters, or explore the surrounding coral reefs and marine life. Have lunch at the beach bar and restaurant on Prickly Pear Island.

In addition to its natural beauty, Prickly Pear Island is also home to several beach bars and restaurants, offering a variety of local Caribbean cuisine and drinks. Visitors can indulge in fresh seafood, tropical cocktails, and other island specialties while taking in the stunning views of the surrounding turquoise waters.

Visitors to Prickly Pear Island can also take a short hike to explore the island’s interior, which is home to a variety of native flora and fauna. The island is a designated wildlife sanctuary and is home to several species of birds and reptiles.


6. Anguilla to St. Martin

Anchor at Grand Case and enjoy its lively atmosphere and colorful streets. Grand Case is a charming village located on the French side of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin. It is known for its beautiful beaches, gourmet restaurants, and colorful Creole houses. Grand Case is also referred to as the "Gourmet Capital of the Caribbean" due to its diverse culinary scene. One of the main attractions in Grand Case is the long beach lined with palm trees and clear turquoise waters. The beach is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports like jet skiing and kayaking.
Explore the nearby beach of Anse Marcel or relax onboard your yacht with a cocktail in hand.

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7. St. Martin

Sail to Marigot Bay, Visit Fort Louis nd explore its historical significance.
Spend some time shopping in the colorful markets of Marigot

Yachts for charter in

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