This St. Martin Yacht Itinerary will take you to St Barts and Anguilla.
A charter itinerary for St Martin/Sint Maarten and St. Bart offers excellent diving, snorkeling, and nightlife. St. Barts is an island favorite – great shops, food, and French!
Here is a suggested itinerary for St. Martin
This itinerary focuses on St Barts and Anguilla.
Day 1- Marigot Bay, St. Martin
Day 2- Road Bay, Anguilla
Day 3- Crocus Bay, Anguilla
Day 4- Ile Pinel, St. Martin
Day 5- Gustavia, St. Barts
Day 6- Anse de Colombier, St. Barts
Day 7- Sint Maarten
St Martin/Sint Maarten is cradled between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Numerous beaches to stick your toes into and explore. With a glorious climate and untouched heritage. The island offers outdoor activities on land and water alike, year-round. Sint Maarten is the Dutch side and St Martin in the French. On the Dutch Side is the Princess Juliana airport. Duty-free shopping to your heart’s desire while anchoring off Philipsburg. Be sure you go by Le Croissante Royale.
Stunning white-sand beaches, clear waters, scenic bays, breezes, and palm trees are everything you think of a Caribbean island. You will find an atmosphere slow-paced. While visiting Anguilla, there are the usual beaches and beach bars, snorkeling, and diving, but there is horseback riding too. Sandy Ground asl called Road Bay is as busy as it gets. In truth, it is pretty quiet. With art galleries and a souvenir shopping or go exploring while here. The island has over 30 beaches of white, stunning soft sand. There are also secret coves and deserted small cays. Having your yacht is the only way to get to these places! Things to do in 24 hours on Anguilla
Be sure to make a stop and spend the night at the Nature Reserve of Ile Pinel. It has fabulous swimming and snorkeling and is a protected harbor. It was once a French Colonial Island but now an Independent.
These turquoise bays will be the yacht place to be. St Barts is hidden between the southern coast of the island and the rocky hills. Grande Saline is a secluded stretch of beaches. They are named for Columbus’s brother St Bart. Stunningly clean, citizens bouncing around on scooters. The culture, history, and ambiance come out of every corner of this island.
Your captain on your catamaran can bring you in by dingy, or your superyacht can tie up its stern on the seawall. You will feel like you are in the South of France. Stop for fresh seafood or a baguette, shop galleries, or stop in the boutiques that line the streets.
Anse De Colombier, St Barts
A secluded beach. The Rockefellers purchased a large section of land here in the 60s. The snorkeling can be excellent here, with large orange starfish appearing by the thousands at certain times of the year.
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