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Catamaran charter in the Caribbean: winter 2020-2021


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Catamaran charter in the Caribbean: winter 2020-2021
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Catamaran charter in the Caribbean: winter 2020-2021

The Caribbean is an amazingly beautiful region. During a week of travel on a catamaran, you can visit several islands belonging to different states. You will get inspired by cultural and landscape differences. Every morning you will wake up in a new place, discover paradise beaches, swim with big sea turtles and colorful fish, dine on a grilled lobster.

In the summer of 2019, we added a large Lagoon 52F catamaran to our fleet. There are six cabins which allow to take 12 people on board. Spacious cabins with a private bathroom, four separate areas: a bright saloon with panoramic windows, a large cockpit with a dining table and sun loungers, a front cockpit with sofas and nets, and a captain's bridge with sun loungers and a large awning.

Start and finish: Martinique Airport FDF

Visa: you need a visa for the French Overseas Territories (we provide an invitation).

Events schedule

  • Day one

    Meeting at the Le Marin marina in Martinique, getting to know the crew and the catamaran, purchasing food, briefing, fellowship, welcome-party.

  • Day two

    Sailing 25 miles to St. Lucia and staying at the famous Rodney Bay.

    The island of Saint Lucia is of volcanic origin and therefore more mountainous than most of the other islands in the Caribbean. Along the entire length of the island, from north to south, there is the central mountain range Barre de L'Isle Ridge with heights from 400 to 900 m. The highest is Mount Gimi (950 m), and in the Piton volcanic massif, there are Gros- Piton - 797 m, Petit Piton - 750 m, Morne-Bonin - 640 m in the southwest. In the same area, there are traces of active volcanic activity - hot sulfur springs, eroded lava fields, gas outflows, sulfur deposits. The island is home to about 400 plant species.

  • Day three

    Sailing 35 miles to St. Vincent.

    The island of San Vincent is another island with beautiful nature and the active volcano La Soufriere with a height of 1234 meters. Climbing the volcano is a favorite pastime of active tourists. The capital city, Kingstown, is very beautiful and ideal for walking. St Mary's Cathedral is interesting: built of dark volcanic blocks, it is an amazing combination of Gothic, Moorish and Romanesque styles.

  • Day four

    Sailing 35 miles to the scenic Tobago Cays, where divers from all over the world come.

    The Tobago Cays is a marine reserve with coral reefs and small islets. Clearwater, and rich underwater world. If you did not like swimming with a mask before, you will definitely love it here! On one of the islands, episodes of the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean" were filmed.

  • Day five and six

    Staying on the uninhabited islands

  • Day seven

    Sailing back to Martinique

  • Day eight

    Leaving the catamaran



Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Tobago Cays


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