Ideal for Winter Season
The gleaming archipelago of the volcanic Leeward islands is an area in the Caribbean that enchants each and every visitor with its sparkling waters and idyllic shorelines. From Saint Martin and Anguilla to Antigua and Barbuda, the scattered isles offer charterers a veritable paradise to explore whilst away on a luxury charter vacation.
- Day 1
Embark at Saint Martin: a spicy marriage of European and Caribbean cultures and a world away from all your worries.
Enjoy a warm welcome and a freshly prepared lunch on board by your personal five-star crew. Saint Martin (Saint Maarten) is a decadent blend of two distinctive personalities, the French side exhibits lavish elegance, historic buildings, white sand beaches, some nice boutiques and sporting facilities. The Dutch-hued St. Maarten delivers red-hot casinos and vibrant nightlife, and a bustling duty-free shopping center...the choice is yours. After a few cocktails onboard, head to Anguilla to end the afternoon and anchor there for the night at Rendez-Vous Bay.
- Day 2
With thirty-three exceptional powdery white beaches, seven marine parks, mouth-watering cuisine, and contemporary international style, Anguilla offers you a plethora of choices.
Wake up to the picture-perfect landscapes of Anguilla. Today, feel free to spend the morning visiting art galleries and touring the splendid historic sites and museums, go on excursions to the undersea world, or visit an offshore cay for a secluded afternoon picnic. Anguilla measures only 12 miles by four and is everyone’s idea of the tropical island dream made real - powdered sand and clear blue waters. Stop off at the gorgeous Scilly Cay for a lobster lunch to rejuvenate before making your way to Shoal Bay and Maundays Bay, both of which provide idyllic beaches that ooze peace and tranquillity.
- Day 3
Wake up and admire the authentic beauty of Saba, watch the tall cliffs of red, pink and brown rise vertically from the sea and awe at the houses sitting perched in seemingly impossible positions on the edges of precipices.
Also known as “the Unspoiled Queen” due to its unique ecology, Saba is one of the top five destinations in the world to scuba dive. After a relaxed morning onboard, spend the afternoon diving down and witnessing the remarkable marine life below the water line. The island of Saba is so untouched it’s magical and with very few hotels and virtually no built-up areas, it is one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets. Enjoy a divine meal onboard your private yacht charter prepared by your five-star chef and dine alfresco under the warm starry sky for a truly memorable evening.
- Day 4
The ultra-chic French Caribbean island of St Barts / St Barthélemy is the place to be for yacht enthusiasts who are in need of some laid-back Caribbean charm.
Spend the morning visiting the tiny port of Gustavia, where the local beach bars sell a dozen types of champagne and fine French cuisine. The boutiques are very sophisticated giving St. Barths a real Cote d'Azur feel. Go to a barefoot bar and drink a beer, or dress up and go gourmet, the choice is yours. Be sure to spend some time at one of St Barth’s magnificent beaches, the area is home to some of the finest beaches in the Caribbean, Gouverneur and Grande Saline being two of the island’s best.
- Day 5
Despite its size, the tiny island of St Kitts offers plenty to do.
From the famous golf course to the beautiful plantation houses, and lush rainforests plus fantastic swimming and snorkeling opportunities, St Kitts has it all. One of the island’s many treasures is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park which can be followed by a relaxed evening at one of the many beach bars.
- Day 6
Cruise overnight and wake up to the sweeping sights of Antigua, a beautiful island famous for warm steady winds, remarkable beaches, and epic yachting events.
Just off its coast lies the uninhabited Green Island, this tropical paradise is a favorite stop for many Antigua sea charters that offers excellent snorkeling and a variety of secluded beaches. Your first port of call is Carlisle Bay, a palm-lined white sandy beach, where you can enjoy a leisurely lunch and swim before setting sail again on the turquoise waters of Cades Reef, where you can experience the thrill of sailing in the clear shallow waters of Antigua’s west coast.
There is a lively social scene in the main town, especially around Christmas and during Antigua Race Week in April. If you happen to be in the area on a Sunday night, watch the sun go down at Shirley’s Heights and party on until dawn to the sound of the steel band. Local eateries include the Southern Cross in Falmouth Harbour for contemporary cuisine in a sophisticated waterside setting.
- Day 7
Cruise overnight toward St Martin for your final day and disembarkment from your charter yacht.
Breakfast at anchor in St Martin and perhaps, if time allows, have one final swim before saying your goodbyes to the crew and catching your private transfer to the airport.
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*All distances are approximate