St Lucia Yacht Club
A cultural clash of chilled out Caribbean vibes and chic French swagger, Martinique and St Lucia are two countries best discovered by boat. Sail from hot spots, to parties, to chic fashion shops, to blissful beaches – Island hopping in the Caribbean has never looked so divine. So much more than just a Honeymooner's paradise, this diving, hiking and shopping wonderland is the ultimate escape. Meet local critters below the ocean's surface, stroll through quaint villages and indulge on fresh seafood and Creole cuisine. Succumb to the call of the ocean on this seven-day nautical spree around a Caribbean paradise.
Day 1 - Le Marin to Anse d'Arlet
Meet your Skipper and fellow Travellers at 2pm at the Dream Yacht Charter Office, Le Marin and set sail for Anse d’ Arlet. Choose to take a relaxing hike up Morne Champagne for some spectacular views, snorkel in the crystal clear sea, laze on the beach or explore the cute village before having dinner ashore!
Day 2 - Saint Pierre
We depart after Breakfast and drop anchor and take a break in Fort de France, the Capital of Martinique. Fort de France oozes charm from its luscious hills and captivating local flavour. There is a historic feel to its narrow streets, wrought-iron balconies and shuttered doors. We then continue to the sleepy village of Saint Pierre with the Volcano Mt. Pelée looming in the background. Once a vibrant colonial city known as the ‘Paris of the West Indies’ this prosperous little city was renowned for its beauty but was destroyed by an eruption in 1902 and never restored to its old glory . Hike up Mt Pelee, spend time on a beach or just have look at the old buildings that survived the eruptionBreakfast | Lunch
Day 3 - Rodney Bay - St Lucia
Set Sail right after Breakfast and experience our first offshore sailing heading to the lush green, tropical Island of St Lucia. Arrive in lively Rodney Bay for a late lunch and enjoy local life and its shops, bars and restaurants. Visit Pigeon Island, home of the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival and one of the Caribbean’s most historic landmarks and most beautiful spots in St. Lucia. 44 acres of sloping grasslands, dry tropical forests, beaches and twin peaks and in the Evening enjoy the nightlife of Rodney bay!Breakfast | Lunch
Day 4 - Marigot Bay
We then set sail for Marigot Bay, famously described as ‘The most beautiful bay in the Caribbean’ by author James A Michener. It has featured in numerous films, including Dr Dolittle, and is a favourite haunt of Catherine Zeta-Jones. Here we can organise an Island Tour or you can just simply enjoy the day snorkelling from the Boat. Walk to the white sandy Beach or for the more energetic ones hike and take in the stunning View over Marigot Bay.Breakfast | Lunch
Day 5 - The Pitons
Head for Soufriere Bay and World Heritage Site The Pitonsa set of twin volcanoes. Discover the volcano, the waterfalls, hot springs and the town of Soufriere.Breakfast | Lunch
Day 6 - Saint Anne
We leave the beautiful island of St Lucia for long days sail to the charming village of Saint Anne in Martinique. St. Anne is a charming village with its attractive anchorage, boutiques, fishing boats and local market and is a great place to spend our last evening.Breakfast | Lunch
Day 7 - Le Marin
After Breakfast and one last swim set off for your last sail. Arrive at the Marina in Le Marin around midday and say good by to your Skipper and fellow travellers!Breakfast
What to Know
WATER SAFETY AT SEA: Travellers that are able and confident swimmers will be able to enjoy swimming & snorkelling off the boat, but please always note the skipper's advise and instructions on when and where to swim and what precautions to consider. Travellers that are not able to swim are certainly welcome on this trip, but you will be required to wear a life jacket when we are sailing.
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