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La référence du sport nautique en Martinique

Nager tel un dauphin grâce au Seabob, rider et voler sur l’eau grâce au wakefoil, Wakeboard et ski nautique, faire le plein d’adrénaline sur nos engins tractés, se déplacer sous l’eau telle une majestueuse Raie Manta grâce au Subwing ou découvrir les fonds sous-marin sur votre Zayak sans les traditionnelles palme masque et tuba est enfin possible en Martinique grâce à Caribbean Yachting.

Découvrez les activités nautiques à faire en Martinique ! Avec des paysages et une faune marine exceptionnels, la Martinique est le lieu idéal pour pratiquer toute sorte d’activité en rapport avec la mer. Que vous soyez amateur ou professionnel, vous trouverez forcément une activité nautique à votre goût ! Alors n’attendez plus et partez à la découverte de la Martinique en pratiquant une activité aquatique !

Pourquoi choisir la martinique pour faire des activités nautiques ?

La Martinique est une île exceptionnelle, offrant une diversité de paysages et une faune marine remarquable. De plus, elle est équipée pour accueillir les amateurs et professionnels de toutes sortes d’activités nautiques.

Les eaux turquoises de la Martinique sont propices à toutes sortes d’activités nautiques. Voile, plongée, wakeboard, kitesurf, paddle, kayak de mer, catamaran, jet ski, surf … Il y en a pour tous les goûts ! De plus, de nombreuses structures tels que club nautique ou base de loisirs sont là pour vous accueillir et vous accompagner dans vos sports d’eau que vous soyez débutants, en quête de perfectionnement ou expert. Que vous soyez un débutant ou initier, vous trouverez votre bonheur en Martinique, vous pourrez soit être accompagné par des moniteurs pour des cours particuliers ou une initiation en toute sécurité ou soit faire de la location de matériel sur les meilleurs spots de l’île et pratiquer votre loisir en toute autonomie !

En ce qui concerne la météo en Martinique , sachez qu’il y fait beau toute l’année ! Les températures moyennes oscillent entre 25 et 30°C, avec une eau à 26°C en moyenne. Bref, de quoi profiter pleinement des activités nautiques !

Quelles sont les différents sports nautiques que vous pouvez faire en Martinique ?

Parmi les nombreux sports aquatiques que vous pourrez faire en Martinique voici une petite liste des activités les plus plébiscitées sur l’île que vous pourrez faire seul, en couple, en famille ou entre amis, pour tous les amateurs de sensations fortes :

Le seabob ou scooter sous marin

Le seabob est un engin électrique qui vous permet de vous déplacer sous l’eau comme un poisson. Grâce à ses nageoires, il est possible de se propulser très rapidement et de réaliser des figures acrobatiques !

Le subwing ou aile sous marine

Le subwing est une sorte d’aile que l’on fixe sous son ventre grâce à deux harnais. Cet engin vous permet de glisser sous l’eau comme un dauphin et de réaliser des figures. C’est une activité très ludique qui plaira aux petits comme aux grands !

Le wakeboard

Le wakeboard est un sport qui consiste à se tenir debout sur une planche, fixée à une corde reliée à un bateau. Le but est de réaliser des figures tout en étant tracté par le bateau. C’est une activité très physique qui demande beaucoup de concentration et d’équilibre.

La bouée tractée

La bouée tractée est une activité très ludique qui consiste à se faire tirer par un bateau sur une bouée. Les plus téméraires pourront même sauter dans les vagues ! Un tour en bouée tractée, c’est un peu comme si vous étiez sur un manège, sauf que là, c’est l’océan !

Le ski nautique

Le ski nautique est un sport qui consiste à se tenir debout sur des skis, fixés à une corde reliée à un bateau. Le but est de réaliser des figures tout en étant tracté par le bateau.

Le snorkeling ou plongée avec tuba

Le snorkeling est une activité de plongée très accessible, qui consiste à respirer sous l’eau grâce à un tuba. C’est l’occasion de découvrir la faune et la flore sous-marine de la Martinique !

Ou faire du loisir nautique au sud de la Martinique ?

La meilleure plage pour faire un sport de glisse aquatique est celle de la Grande Anse. Les sports nautiques y sont pratiqués depuis longtemps et on y trouve une bonne infrastructure. Il y a plusieurs clubs de voile et de planche à voile, ainsi qu’une école de plongée. Les conditions sont idéales pour la pratique de sport nautique motorisé ou classique : eau calme, soleil et un paysage magnifique.

Mais on peut également citer les magnifiques plages suivantes :

  • La plage de Tartane est également une bonne option pour la pratique de sport aquatique mer. Les conditions y sont un peu moins idéales que celles de la grande Anse, mais on y trouve quand même de bonnes conditions pour la pratique de la voile, du ski nautique, de la plongée et du snorkeling.
  • La plage de Sainte-Anne est une autre option pour les amateurs de sports nautiques. Avec son eau transparente et ses fonds marins magnifiques, c’est un endroit idéal pour la plongée et le snorkeling. Les conditions pour du sport nautique avec planche sont aussi favorables, mais il n’y a pas de club de voile sur place.
  • La plage de Anse des Rochers est une petite plage tranquille située au sud de la Martinique. C’est un endroit idéal pour se détendre, mais on y trouve aussi de bonnes conditions pour la pratique de sport de glisse nautique comme la voile et le kayak.
  • La plage de Anse Noire est une des plus belles plages de la Martinique. C’est un endroit parfait pour se détendre et profiter du paysage, mais on y trouve aussi de bonnes conditions pour la pratique de certains sports de mer.

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Seabob

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Ski Nautique

A partir de 40€

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Bouée tractée

A partir de 30€/ Jour

Wakefoil

A partir de 45€

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A partir de 40€ / Jour

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Sailing Qualifications

To skipper a bareboat charter or flotilla yacht, you need to hold a practical sailing certificate equivalent to RYA Day Skipper Practical qualification or RYA International Certificate of Competence (ICC) . For charters in Greece, you must now have the ICC certificate . You must also be assisted by at least one competent crew member over the age of 18.

The port authorities in Greece are now insisting on one of the following practical certificates: RYA ICC (International Certificate of Competence), RYA Coastal, RYA Yachtmaster, ASA IPC (International Proficiency Certificate) or the IYT (International Yacht Training) Passport. If you hold an RYA Day Skipper or ASA104 it will no longer be accepted and you need to obtain either an ICC or IPC from the corresponding issuing body (RYA or ASA). If your RYA Coastal/Yachtmaster or ASA105/106 certificate is more than 12 years old and does not have a photo ID, then we would also strongly advise applying for an ICC or IPC. If you are a member of the RYA or ASA, you may qualify for a discount or free certificate, otherwise, you will have to pay. The approximate cost is £50. Please use this link - RYA application for the ICC or ASA application for the IPC.

For charters in Croatia, Malta and the Canaries , at least one member of the crew or the skipper will also need a VHF licence .

RYA qualifications can be obtained by RYA sailing schools in the UK or alternatively choose from one of our overseas centres in Gibraltar, Greece or Turkey .

For  Seychelles,  the local authorities require an ICC for the skipper of a bareboat or flotilla yacht charter.

For Caribbean and Tropical charters, formal qualifications are not compulsory, however, you should be Day Skipper standard and be assisted by at least one competent crew . A brief sailing resume should be provided to outline your experience.

For Thailand A Day Skipper qualification is required as a minimum and you must have at least 3 weeks of skippering experience prior to your charter. A VHF qualification is compulsory.

If you don't hold the relevant qualifications then why not add a skipper ?

Sailing Levels

Winds force 2-3 (4-11 Knots)combined with generally shorter distances. Good for beginner or intermediate sailors. Line-of-sight navigation but basic knowledge of charts and ability to plot your position required.

Winds force 3-5 (7-21 Knots) with approximately 15-20nm per day. Intermediate experience required. Predominately line of sight navigation but an understanding of how to sail in open water.

Winds force 4-6 (11-27 Knots) with mileage of approximately 20nm+ per day. Ideal for experienced skippers looking to venture out to new destinations. Day skipper standard but with experienced crew would be recommended.

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Sailing Holidays in Martinique

Martinique is a delightful island with a distinctly French flavour, with many pretty seaside villages, unspoilt beaches and good snorkelling.

Like Guadeloupe and St Martin, Martinique is a French department and is popular as a centre for Caribbean yacht charter. This island is more relaxed than the islands to the north and more sophisticated than the islands to the south.

The French influence gives well-stocked supermarkets, boulangeries and excellent Creole restaurants. The smell of fresh croissants and pastries mixes everywhere with the spicy aromas of West Indian cooking. Small cafés and charming bistros add a decidedly cosmopolitan flair to the place.

The rugged mountainous landscape in the north has dense tropical rain forests, rivers and waterfalls. The southern coast is dotted with many picturesque bays and coves. If your idea of a great vacation involves picture perfect beaches, then the island of Martinique is for you. In the south, a plethora of white sand beaches dots the entire south coast. In the north, enjoy the unique and lush setting of black sand beaches near Le Carbet and Le Prêcheur.

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Sailing holidays in Martinique

  •  Flights via Paris with Air France
  •  On a 2 week charter explore undiscovered Dominica
  •  Don't miss the market & sugar cane museum at Les Trois Islets
  •  Enjoy the French influence and all Martinique's gastronomic delights
  •  Average distances of 19nm/day
  •  Level 2 sailing
  •  Average temperatures of around 30 degrees
  •  Average winds force 3-5
  •  A mixture of anchorages and harbour moorings in this area
  •  Flexible start and finish dates possible

Suggested Sailing Itineraries

Suggested 1 week itinerary from martinique,  day 1 : marina du marin.

Embark at Marina Le Marin, a full service marina on the south coast.

 DAY 2 : Anse d'Arlet (15nm)

A lovely relaxed beach where you can anchor for the night.

 DAY 3 : St Pierre (10nm)

Head for Fort de France to shop the boutiques or the bustling local market. Clear customs and then hug the coast up to St. Pierre, site of the 1902 volcano tragedy.

 DAY 4 : Rodney Bay, St Lucia (35nm)

A full day's sail down to St Lucia. Customs clearance (entry). Visit Pigeon Island, Reduit Beach and maybe the "Jump up" at Gros Ilet every Friday night.

 DAY 5 : The Pitons, St Lucia (13nm)

Explore Soufriere Bay and the Pitons and discover the volcano, the waterfalls and sulphur springs. There is good snorkeling here.

 DAY 6 : Sainte Anne (35nm)

A full day's sail back to Martinique. Sainte Anne on the south coast is a charming village with its boutiques, restaurants and local market.

 DAY 7 : Marina Du Marin

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Please note: Prices may be subject to change. Compulsory and Optional extras will be added to your quote.

Temperatures in Martinique remain around 30°C all year with short tropical rain showers. Steady trade winds blow from the north-east at 20-25 knots during the peak winter months December to June.

We have rated this destination a 'Level 2-3'  (levels info)

Getting There

Flights to martinique.

Air France have flights to Martinique from the UK via Paris.

We recommend all clients pre-book transfers from the airport to the base as some flights arrive later in the evening. A transfer to Marina Le Marin takes approximately 30 minutes. 

The Caribbean is a fantastic place to experience a sail and stay holiday. Why not make the most of your time in the sunshine and combine a yacht charter with a hotel stay. 

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About Martinique

Martinique is an exquisite jewel nestled in the heart of the Caribbean, renowned for its pristine waters, captivating landscapes, and rich cultural heritage. With its enchanting blend of French and Creole influences, this Caribbean island offers an idyllic yachting experience that is unparalleled. Here are several reasons why Martinique stands out as an exceptional yachting destination.

First and foremost, Martinique boasts an abundance of breathtaking anchorages and secluded bays. From the stunning white sandy beaches of Anse d’Arlet to the tranquil coves of Sainte-Anne, the island provides an array of picturesque spots where yacht enthusiasts can drop anchor and immerse themselves in the sheer beauty of their surroundings.

Moreover, Martinique offers a multitude of activities and attractions for yachters to indulge in. Sailing along the island’s rugged coastline, one can explore hidden caves, encounter vibrant coral reefs perfect for snorkeling and diving, or simply soak up the sun on the deck while enjoying the gentle sea breeze. For those seeking adventure on land, Martinique presents lush rainforests, majestic waterfalls, and volcanic peaks to be explored, providing an unforgettable backdrop to the yachting experience.

One cannot overlook the island’s gastronomic delights, which are a true feast for the senses. Martinique’s fusion of French and Creole culinary traditions presents a diverse array of delectable dishes and fresh seafood delicacies. From savoring mouthwatering Creole stews to indulging in fine French pastries, yachters are treated to a gastronomic journey that perfectly complements their nautical adventures.

Furthermore, Martinique boasts excellent marina facilities and services that cater to the needs of yachting enthusiasts. The island offers well-equipped marinas with state-of-the-art amenities, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay for yacht owners and their crew. In addition, the local hospitality is legendary, with friendly locals who are always eager to assist and share their knowledge of the island’s hidden treasures.

In conclusion, Martinique possesses all the qualities of a remarkable yachting destination. Its breathtaking natural beauty, diverse recreational activities, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality make it an irresistible choice for yacht enthusiasts seeking an unforgettable Caribbean experience. Whether you’re an experienced sailor or a leisurely cruiser, Martinique offers an alluring blend of adventure, relaxation, and indulgence that will leave a lasting impression on anyone fortunate enough to explore its waters.

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Martinique Yacht Charters

Embark on an unforgettable voyage with a Martinique yacht charter as you explore the breathtaking Caribbean island. With its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, lush rainforests, and vibrant culture, there are countless reasons why you should visit Martinique.

First and foremost, Martinique is a sailor’s paradise. The island is located in the Lesser Antilles, which makes it an ideal spot for cruising around the Caribbean. In addition, the waters surrounding the island are calm and sheltered, providing the perfect conditions for your Odyssea yacht adventure.

Apart from the excellent sailing conditions, Martinique is also a fantastic destination for those who love to explore the beauty of nature. The island is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the Caribbean. The island’s interior is dominated by lush rainforests, where you can explore scenic hiking trails that lead to hidden waterfalls and stunning panoramic views. There are also several botanical gardens on the island, where you can discover exotic plant species and admire the beauty of tropical flowers.

The island’s beaches are among the best reasons to visit Martinique with an Odyssea yacht charter. Martinique boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, with white sands, clear blue waters, and plenty of palm trees for shade. You can anchor your yacht in one of the many secluded bays and spend the day swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing on the beach. Some of the most popular beaches on the island include Les Salines, Anse Dufour, and Anse Mitan.

Another highlight of Martinique is its rich culture and history. The island uniquely blends French and Caribbean culture, as seen in its architecture, cuisine, and festivals. You can explore the charming colonial towns and cities and taste some of the best French cuisine in the Caribbean. Martinique is also known for its colorful Carnaval celebrations, which occur every year in February and March.

Martinique is an exciting and beautiful destination with perfect sailing conditions, stunning landscapes, beautiful beaches, and vibrant culture; there is something for everyone. So, pack your bags, book your Odyssea yacht, and get ready to discover the magic of Martinique!

Please note that weather patterns can vary, and it’s always a good idea to check the local forecast before planning your yacht charter.  The temperatures shown are average temperatures.

January in Martinique offers calm and clear seas, ideal for yacht charters. The sea temperature is comfortably warm, perfect for swimming and snorkeling. This is a great time to explore the island's diverse marine life and enjoy water sports like jet skiing and paddleboarding.

February continues with clear skies and calm seas, providing excellent conditions for sailing and water activities. The sea remains warm, inviting visitors to indulge in various water sports, including scuba diving to explore the rich underwater world of Martinique.

March sees a gradual increase in rainfall, but it rarely disrupts maritime activities. The sea temperature remains pleasant, making it perfect for water skiing, wakeboarding, and more relaxed activities like kayaking along the coastline.

April offers a mix of sunny and rainy days, with warm sea temperatures conducive to water activities. It's an ideal time for sailing around the island, as well as for water-based activities like fishing and coastal exploration.

May marks the beginning of the wetter season, with short, intense rain showers. The sea temperature stays warm, offering comfortable conditions for swimming, snorkeling, and exploring the island's coastal beauty.

June brings more frequent rainfall, but the sea conditions remain favorable for yachting. This is a great time for deep-sea fishing, as well as exploring the island's lush, green landscapes that are revitalized by the rain.

July is in the heart of the rainy season, with warm sea temperatures ideal for water activities. Despite occasional rain, conditions are generally good for sailing, and the warm seas are perfect for diving and exploring coral reefs.

August continues with similar conditions as July, featuring warm seas and occasional rainfall. The island's vibrant marine life is particularly active, making it an excellent time for snorkeling and underwater photography.

September sees the peak of the wet season, but this doesn't significantly hinder yacht charters. The sea remains warm and inviting, ideal for swimming and water sports, while the island's verdant landscapes are at their most beautiful.

October experiences the highest rainfall, yet the sea temperatures are still warm, making it suitable for various water sports. This is a good time for sailing enthusiasts who enjoy the lush, rain-fed scenery of the island.

In November, the rainfall begins to decrease, and the sea remains warm. The milder weather conditions are perfect for leisurely cruises around the island, with opportunities for snorkeling and exploring secluded beaches.

December offers drier weather, making it a popular time for yacht charters. The sea temperature is comfortable for water activities, and the island's natural beauty is enhanced by the recent rains, offering stunning backdrops for sailing adventures.

Martinique Yacht Charter Attractions

Snorkeling and diving.

Martinique is home to some of the most diverse and vibrant marine life in the Caribbean. As a result, snorkeling and diving are popular activities for visitors to the island. Some of the best dive sites are found around the rocky coastline of the island’s northern part. These dive sites are home to a variety of sea creatures, including octopus, moray eels, and barracuda. The waters around Martinique are warm and clear, which makes them perfect for snorkeling and diving year-round.

Renowned Beaches

Martinique is renowned for its beaches, from the white sand beaches of Les Salines to the black sand beaches of Anse Céron. Each beach has its unique charm and appeal. Les Salines is the most famous beach on the island, with a long stretch of sand and crystal-clear waters. Anse Mitan is a more secluded beach surrounded by lush greenery and turquoise waters. You can also visit the beach at Pointe du Bout, where you’ll find a variety of water sports activities and beachside restaurants.

Culinary Adventures

Martinique’s cuisine is a blend of French, African, and Caribbean influences. You can dine at local restaurants and try traditional dishes like accras (salt cod fritters), colombo (a spicy curry), and boudin creole (Creole blood sausage). You can also sample local seafood like grilled lobsters, conch, and red snapper. Finally, don’t forget to try the island’s famous rum, which is produced using local sugar cane. Enjoy a tour of one of the island’s many distilleries and learn about the rum-making process.

Island Exploration

Martinique is a small island with a rich history and culture. You can explore its charming villages and towns, like Saint-Pierre and Sainte-Anne, and learn about its past and present. Saint-Pierre was once the island’s capital but was destroyed by a volcanic eruption in 1902. Today, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you can visit the ruins and learn about the tragedy that struck the town. Sainte-Anne is a picturesque town on the island’s southern coast, with a lively market, beautiful beaches, and delicious seafood restaurants.

Water Sports

Martinique is a water sports enthusiast’s dream destination. You can try various activities like kayaking, paddle boarding, and windsurfing. You can also rent a motorboat or jet ski to explore the island’s coastline. Fishing is also a popular activity, and you can catch a variety of species like marlin, sailfish, and tuna. If you’re looking for a more relaxed activity, you can swim or snorkel in the warm Caribbean waters.

Example Itinerary for Your Martinique Yacht Charter

Experience the ultimate luxury on a custom yacht charter tailored just for you! Contact us now to plan your dream itinerary.

This is a sample itinerary that might be altered by the captain depending on weather factors or guests’ requests.

Fort-de-France

Arrive in Martinique's capital city, Fort-de-France, and board your Odyssea yacht. Spend the day exploring the city's historic sites and vibrant markets. Visit the famous St. Louis Cathedral, a stunning example of neoclassical architecture. Wander around the colorful Savane Park, home to several statues and monuments, including Empress Josephine, who was born in Martinique. Sample some delicious French-Caribbean cuisine at local restaurants, serving seafood creole, cassava cake, and goat curry.

Saint Pierre

Sail to Saint-Pierre, a charming town on the northwest coast of Martinique. Once known as the Paris of the Caribbean, Saint-Pierre was destroyed by a volcanic eruption in 1902, and today, it is a fascinating place to visit. First, explore the city's ruins, including the old theater, church, and prison, now covered in vines and foliage. Next, visit the Franck A. Perret Museum, which houses artifacts from the disaster, including personal items, photographs, and documents. In the evening, anchor your Odyssea yacht in the bay and watch the sun set over the Caribbean Sea.

Sail to Anse Mitan, one of Martinique's most beautiful beaches. Anchor your yacht in the calm waters of the bay and enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing on the white sands. In the afternoon, head to the nearby town of Trois-Ilets and discover its colorful Creole architecture and local markets. Visit the La Savane des Esclaves, a museum dedicated to the history of slavery in Martinique.

Sail to Le Marin, one of Martinique's top boating destinations. The marina offers excellent services and amenities for yachts, including boutiques, cafes, and provisions. Then, set sail for the nearby Diamond Rock in the afternoon, a breathtaking islet that rises 175 meters above sea level. Diamond Rock is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving, as it is home to a variety of marine life, including barracudas, turtles, and rays.

Sainte-Anne

Sail to Sainte-Anne, a picturesque village on the south coast of Martinique. Anchor your Odyssea yacht in the bay's calm waters and discover the town's charming Creole architecture and lively markets. Then, walk along the beautiful Les Salines Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, with white sand and clear blue water. Finally, sample some local dishes at the beachside restaurants, such as grilled fish, chicken colombo, and coconut flan.

Grande Anse d'Arlet

Sail to the fishing village of Grande Anse d'Arlet and spend the day relaxing on the stunning beach. Then, walk along the scenic promenade and explore the village's colorful shops and cafes. In the evening, head to a local restaurant and sample some of the best seafood in the Caribbean. Try the fresh fish and lobster, which are grilled to perfection and served with a variety of sides.

On the final day of your yacht charter, return to Fort-de-France and spend the morning exploring any of the city's sites that you missed on the first day. Then, disembark from your yacht, and take unforgettable memories of your Martinique yacht charter adventure from Odyssea Yachting.

Available Yachts in Martinique

S/v purpose.

Purpose is our very elegant Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 catamaran navigating the Caribbean waters. This very spacious luxury yacht captures, through its design, much of the natural light allowing it to flow through the salon, galley and cabins. The minute you step aboard, you will be amazed at the space allocated to relaxation and enjoyment. The open plan of the salon and cockpit area will give a definite feeling of conviviality when sharing special moments with friends or family. The sliding window next to the sink means meals can be passed directly from the galley to the cockpit, which is ideal as most of the dining aboard Purpose takes place al fresco.

Stepping up to the flybridge, you will get a panoramic, breezy, bird’s eye view of the seascape and with an open-air lounge area located next to the helm, you can also be wonderfully entertained by adventurous stories from your captain when under sail. When at anchor, the sunbathing lounge on the foredeck offers a great, shady, comfortable spot to spend relaxing moments.

Purpose is the Quintet version of the Saba 50 and offers three guest cabins in the port hull and two to starboard. The sixth cabin, a middle starboard cabin, is reserved for the crew. All cabins are en-suite.

A wide glass door separates the outside from the inside, but the two are on the same level so it’s easy to move from the exterior to the interior. Natural light floods through overhead hatches and large windows that you can see out of even when seated.

Beyond is one of Fountaine Pajot’s latest masterpieces to leave the factory floors. This Aura 51′ is the leader of their eco-friendly models. Boarding the vessel, you feel the easy flow between the cockpit and saloon that almost merge into one. With the galley-up, guests and crew also feel the effects of this harmonious layout and are instantly relaxed and feel at home. With a beautiful teak table for dining,  eight guests will comfortably spend many happy moments sharing, laughter, drinks and stories around this table.

For those who try their hand at the helm,  the ease in which this vessel can be manoeuvred, will instantly be felt. So surprisingly simple to handle. The flybridge is spacious and sheltered from the warmth of the sun and the sail controls are kept simple as all the active lines come back to the winches at the helm. Decks are flushed and there’s a hydraulic platform at the aft that carries the tender while at sea but more importantly as a dive-platform for the more active guests.

The salon is equipped with deep upholstered sofas, ideal for hiding from the sun or enjoying movie nights with the loved ones.

Beyond is the Maestro 5-cabin version of the Aura 51′ with one owner’s suite and 4 double cabins with en-suite bathrooms.

S/V Olivia Charles

Olivia Charles (formerly Pink Sky ) is a Fountaine Pajot Ipanema 58 that offers her guests an amazing combination of design and comfort through the maximisation of both interior and exterior living space.

The minute you step into the cockpit, guests will notice the smooth and effortless manner in which the indoor and outdoor living comes together.  From the dining area fringed by sheltered daybeds and lounge couches ideal for relaxing one moves through to the salon with a seating space set adjacent to a highly functional, top-of-the-line galley.

Slipping down into the hulls, on the port side you will find the Owner’s Suite. With a very spacious area with a small workspace, sitting couch and ensuite bathroom you will find that this cabin lacks nothing. The other 3 cabins are all double cabins are beautiful. These accommodations have proven themselves to be and has earned the reputation of having redefined contemporary luxury.

Back on deck, you will find an exquisite retreat with panoramic views of the anchorage and a dual lounging seats, an area where guests find themselves when in search of a bit of tranquility.

S/V La Gatta

If you’re looking for a well designed yacht, perfect for families and friends in search of creating an unforgettable experience, the Lagoon Seventy7 La Gatta is ideal for you. Each cabin has a different name which stays in line with the feline theme of the vessel – gatta = cat. This fine super-yacht can accommodate up to 8 guests in the 4 guest cabins, one being an owner’s suite, 2 VIP cabins and 1 twin cabin.

With a professional crew of 4 offering a 5 star service, your charter experience will be nothing short of  mind-blowing. Also, with an existing hydraulic balcony in the Owner’s Suite, a beach platform at the stern and an array of water-toys, there’s never a dull moment on La Gatta

S/V Fantastic Too

Fantastic Too is an 80′ catamaran built by Sunreef in 2020 and is brand new to the market. This fully carbon-constructed super-yacht catches your eye in an instant with its sleek and sporty look designed to achieve maximum comfort when under sail. This 80 ft catamaran is very spacious and caters to 11 guests and up to 4 crew. Equipped with all the amenities and ocean toys that will make your sailing vacation an absolute pleasure. Let’s take you on a tour.

As you venture on board this elegant yet modern vessel, you will notice the open plan of the cockpit area. Again simple in its design, with breathless views off the stern, it is part of the heart and soul of the yacht where many great meals, stories, and experiences will be shared making your holiday memorable. For the easy-going guest, you will be happy to also find sun-beds and sofas located at the stern, and for the active groups, it’s a perfect spot from which to film the watersports action happening off the transom. A highlight of Fantastic Too’s stern is the amazing submersible bathing platform. This added feature facilitates entries and exits from the water especially for those with mobility challenges.

Leaving the cockpit area and heading into the interior, you could have a sneak peek into what’s on the menu that day as your first-mate Jennie busies herself in the galley located on starboard. You will also find, on this main deck, the saloon, and entertainment area, harmoniously designed to integrate the exterior and interior living spaces. Whether hiding from the sun, enjoying a movie, or getting to know your crew, you will enjoy this inviting yet cozy space.

Moving down to the cabins on the lower deck, you will find 5 roomy cabins each with ensuite bathrooms and ocean-level views through uniquely designed vertical portholes. After fun-filled days of sailing, activities, and gourmet meals, the gentle rock of your yacht at anchor, will surely have you asleep in no time.

Like most newly built catamarans, Fantastic Too comes equipped with a fly-bridge from where you can enjoy the panoramic seascapes or a little chit-chat with your Captain, Paul, while at the helm. Fitted with a grill and barbecue, you can even turn this space into a very elegant dining area, especially in the evenings under a star-lit night.

Towards the bow of Fantastic Too , you will find quite unique lounging area located next to the twin trampolines. Ideal for relaxation or for the monitoring of the kids during playful afternoon jumping on the trampolines or diving off the bow, the foredeck is quite a versatile part of the yacht.

All in all, this beautiful catamaran, Fantastic Too , along with its crew Paul and Jennie, certainly has what it takes to ensure your sailing vacation is a memorable, magical one.

S/V Deep Blue

This expertly designed catamaran is a member of the Leopard flagship line and is so stunning, it will seduce you into booking a luxury charter. As you step onboard this unique vessel, you will notice instantly that the aft cockpit is an open space balcony which allows wide-open views to the marine surroundings. There are no integrated benches, sun loungers or seats, so the space has a very personalised ambiance with contemporary furniture that your family or friends would appreciate as you create wonderful memories around scrumptious meals or fun activities off the stern.

As you venture to the interior of this luxury catamaran, you will be charmed by its simple elegance due to the European-style interior with light coloured or white laminates. Due to its soothing decor, Deep Blue’s cabins offers guests such an effortless comfort that relaxation comes naturally.

When at sea, Deep Blue’s flydeck offers the perfect space to occupy. Time slips gently by as Deep Blue is underway and with the hardtop bimini above the flybridge, sailing time remains enjoyable as guests are protected not only from the direct rays of the sun but also the Caribbean heat. Enjoy starry nights, lazy afternoons or even festive evenings in this additional space designed to be a sailors’ lounge bar equipped with an outdoor galley, with hob, sink and fridge. Many memorable moments are just waiting to be made with your loved ones.

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Martinique, being a part of France, follows the same visa regulations as mainland France. If you’re a U.S. citizen, you don’t need a visa for stays under 90 days. However, please check the latest requirements before your trip, and consider speaking to one of our Vacation Consultants for personalized advice.

Are there any special events in Martinique that align with yacht charter opportunities?

Yes, the Carnival in February and the Yole Boat Race in July are fantastic events to coincide with your Martinique yacht charter. These events offer a unique blend of local culture and festive atmosphere.

Can I charter a yacht with a crew in Martinique?

Absolutely! You can opt for a crewed Martinique yacht charter, which includes experienced professionals to enhance your sailing experience. They can guide you to hidden gems and provide an authentic local experience.

What should I pack for a Martinique yacht charter?

Essentials include swimwear, light clothing, sun protection, and comfortable footwear. For more detailed packing tips, visit our Packing Tips page.

Can I get internet access while on a yacht charter in Martinique?

Yes, most charter yachts in Martinique are equipped with Wi-Fi. However, the strength and availability can vary, so it’s best to check with our team here at Odyssea Yachting .

Are there any environmental regulations to be aware of on a Martinique yacht charter?

Martinique has regulations to protect its marine environment. This includes restrictions on anchoring in certain areas and guidelines for waste disposal. Your charter company can provide detailed information.

Is Martinique suitable for family yacht charters?

Martinique is an excellent choice for family yacht charters, offering safe waters, family-friendly beaches, and a variety of activities for all ages. Our luxury yacht charters are equipped with a range of water toys perfect for having fun as a family.

Can I host a special event, like a wedding, on a yacht in Martinique?

Absolutely! A Martinique yacht charter offers a unique and memorable setting for special events. For wedding-specific information, visit our Weddings at Sea page.

Are there any recommended local dishes to try on a Martinique yacht charter?

Don’t miss out on local Creole cuisine, particularly dishes like accras (cod fritters), Colombo (a unique curry), and fresh seafood.

Can I engage in watersports while on my Martinique yacht charter?

Yes, many yachts come equipped with watersports gear, and the island offers great spots for snorkeling, diving, and kayaking. See our tips on the best water sports experiences so you can take advantage of all the fun activities you can try.

How do I ensure responsible yachting in Martinique?

On your Martinique yacht charter practice eco-friendly yachting by minimizing waste, respecting wildlife, and following all local guidelines to protect the marine environment.

What languages are spoken in Martinique?

French is the official language, but many locals also speak English, especially in tourist areas.

Are there any secluded spots in Martinique ideal for yacht charters?

Yes,  a Martinique yacht charter will allow you discover many secluded bays and coves, perfect for those seeking a more private yachting experience.

What are the entry and departure procedures for yachting in Martinique?

Entry and departure procedures are straightforward, involving standard customs and immigration checks. Always have your travel documents ready and follow the guidance of your charter company.

Can I customize my yacht charter itinerary in Martinique?

Yes, our Vacation Consultants can help you customize your itinerary to suit your preferences and ensure that your Martinique yacht charter gives you the vacation of a lifetime.

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Martinique is always called the heart of the Caribbean Sea. This island belongs to the Lesser Antilles and washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. With our by the cabin charter sailing vacations Martinique will remain in your heart forever. Here you will find endless summer all year round, beautiful white sand beaches and European cuisine. Martinique sailing trip by the cabin will give you a unique opportunity to enjoy the true beauty of the coastline with beautiful bays and secluded lagoons.

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The Windward Islands are a Caribbean yachting paradise named after  the English ships in the 18th century, bound for Jamaica, were blown to  this group of islands due to the prevailing trade winds in the West  Indies. They include the Antillies Islands of Martinique; Saint Vincent  and the Grenadines, Grenada, St Lucia, Dominica, Trinidad and Tobago and  Barbados. This stunning arch of islands offer the true essence of a  Caribbean yacht cruises - tropical island scenery, secluded anchorages,  beautiful beaches, stunning sea life and laid-back pace of life.

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On a Martinique yacht charter you will experience a cosmopolitan and sophisticated island with a startling diversity of landscapes, world-class beaches , unbelievable hiking, fantastic culinary experiences, an immense selection of activities, and a vibrant cultural life .

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The rain-forested, mountainous north is most impressive, and the south has its own natural wonders , including beautiful coves and long stretches of beautiful beaches.

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CARANTHIR  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

CARANTHIR Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 36.0 Length Total
  • 2 Cabins Total
  • 4 Max. Guests
  • Dream Yacht Charter
  • Yacht Type: Power Catamarans
  • Yacht Age: 2020
  • Manufacturer: Aquila
  • Model: Aquila 36
  • Air Conditioning

MOPY 2  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

MOPY 2 Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 37.9 Length Total
  • 4 Cabins Total
  • 10 Max. Guests
  • Yacht Type: Sailing Catamarans
  • Yacht Age: 2019
  • Manufacturer: Lagoon
  • Model: Lagoon 380 - 4 cab.

HARFANG  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

HARFANG Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 38.5 Length Total
  • Manufacturer: Fountaine Pajot
  • Model: Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40
  • Water Maker

HYLIA  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

HYLIA Bareboat Charter in Martinique

HIBISCUS  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

HIBISCUS Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • Yacht Age: 2017

BALISIER  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

BALISIER Bareboat Charter in Martinique

GERANIUM Bareboat Charter in Martinique

GERANIUM Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 38.6 Length Total
  • Yacht Age: 2024
  • Model: Bali Catsmart - 4 + 2 cab.

ROTHKO  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

ROTHKO Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 39.1 Length Total
  • 3 Cabins Total
  • 8 Max. Guests
  • Yacht Type: Sailing Monohulls
  • Manufacturer: Dufour
  • Model: Dufour 390 GL

LONJA  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

LONJA Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 39.3 Length Total
  • Manufacturer: Catana
  • Model: Bali 4.0 - 4 + 2 cab.

KUPA  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

KUPA Bareboat Charter in Martinique

Sunsail 404 Classic Bareboat Charter in Martinique

Sunsail 404 Classic Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 39.4 Length Total
  • Yacht Age: 3-6 Years in Service
  • Manufacturer: Leopard
  • Model: 4000

ANGELO Bareboat Charter in Martinique

ANGELO Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 40.4 Length Total
  • 12 Max. Guests
  • Yacht Age: 2021
  • Model: Bali Catspace

Sunsail Leopard 424 Premier Bareboat Charter in Martinique

Sunsail Leopard 424 Premier Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 41.6 Length Total
  • Yacht Age: 1-3 Years in Service

Sunsail Leopard 424 Classic Bareboat Charter in Martinique

Sunsail Leopard 424 Classic Bareboat Charter in Martinique

BEQUIA  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

BEQUIA Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 41.7 Length Total
  • Yacht Age: 2018
  • Model: Dufour 412 GL

BARBUDA  Bareboat Charter in Martinique

BARBUDA Bareboat Charter in Martinique

VIOLET Bareboat Charter in Martinique

VIOLET Bareboat Charter in Martinique

  • 42.0 Length Total
  • Model: Lagoon 42 - 4 + 2 cab.

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DAISY Bareboat Charter in Martinique

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PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (“ Terms ”) CAREFULLY AS THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS, REMEDIES AND OBLIGATIONS AS WELL AS A SECTION GOVERNING THE JURISDICTION AND VENUE OF DISPUTES. THESE TERMS ALSO CONTAIN A LEGALLY BINDING RELEASE, WAIVER OF LIABILITY, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK. By creating a username, a login, clicking submit, using the services of Charter Experts, LLC d/b/a Virgin Island Sailing® (“ Broker ) or by accessing Broker’s website, you agree that you have read, and acknowledge your acceptance of these Terms. The Terms are subject to change at any time without notice at Broker’s sole discretion. Additionally, any transaction for which you have made payment shall be governed by the form of Terms in effect at the time of such payment notwithstanding any subsequent changes hereto.

If you are obtaining a quote, information, booking travel for and/or securing or procuring a Charter (as that term is defined in Section 1 below) for more than just yourself, all references below to “Charterer” or “you” (and derivations thereof) shall be read to mean you on behalf of yourself and each individual within your group for whom you are obtaining a quote, information, booking travel for and/or securing or procuring Charter.

These Terms shall be read together and construed, to the fullest extent possible, to be in concert with any other agreement by or among Broker and Charterer. To the extent they cannot be so construed, then in the event of any direct conflict between these Terms and any other agreement by or among Broker and Charterer (including but not limited to the agreement executed by Charterer for a Charter Reservation (as that term is defined in Section 1 below), these Terms shall prevail.

  • Prepaid Charter Reservations . Typically, Broker negotiates charter rates in advance with the yacht owner or charter company (“ Charter Provider ”) to obtain cost-effective rates, and facilitate reservations and availability for yacht charters, excursions and travel (the “ Charter ”). Broker also provides services to you by facilitating the booking of reservations for consideration and receives a commission from the Charter Provider (the “ Broker Fee ”). The Broker Fee is included in the pre-negotiated Charter rate provided to you, plus taxes and other fees where applicable. You agree that your payment is for the total amount set forth in the applicable Charter agreement (which Charter Provider may refer to as a Charter Contract, Charter Agreement, Booking Terms & Conditions, Instructions and Terms for Accommodations, as well as other derivations) provided to you by Broker (“ Charter Agreement ”). Upon execution of the Charter Agreement and receipt of the applicable deposit, you will have made a reservation for the Charter that authorizes Broker to facilitate the Charter on your behalf (“Charter Reservation”), including making payment arrangements with the Charter Provider. You further agree that Broker is a third-party beneficiary to the Charter Agreement and shall have the right to enforce such agreement to the extent it deems such enforcement necessary or advisable to protect its rights hereunder or under the Charter Agreement.

  Broker retains the Broker Fee as compensation in arranging your Charter Reservation. The Broker Fee varies based on the amount and type of Charter and/or services provided by Broker.  By making a Charter Reservation, you accept and agree to the relevant cancellation and no-show policy of the Charter Provider set forth in the Charter Agreement. Cancellation and no-show policies vary for each Charter. Carefully read the Charter Agreement and additional information provided to you by Broker. It is expressly agreed by Charterer that the Broker Fee is earned at the time the Charter Reservation is made. Late payment, wrong credit card or debit card details, invalid credit or debit cards, or insufficient funds are for your own risk and account, and you will not be entitled to any refund of any prepaid amount unless the Charter Provider expressly agrees otherwise under the Charter Agreement or in some other signed writing.

  • Charter Rules and Restrictions . Additional terms and agreements will apply to your Charter Reservation and any purchase or rental of equipment or other items, supplies, provisions and travel you may select. Please read those additional terms carefully. In particular, if you have purchased airfare, please ensure that you read the full terms and conditions of carriage issued by the supplier. You agree to abide by the terms of purchase imposed by any supplier with whom you elect to deal, including but not limited to payment of all amounts when due and compliance with the supplier’s rules and restrictions regarding availability, charges, fares, and use of products and services.
  • Payment . All payments must be made by personal check, bank/wire transfer, ACH payment and/or with a major credit card unless otherwise expressly stated. The total price for the Charter Reservation will be billed in U.S. Dollars unless otherwise stated. Some banks and credit card companies impose fees for international transactions. If you are making a reservation from outside of the United States on a US credit card, your bank may convert the payment amount to your local currency and charge you a conversion fee. This means the amount listed on your credit or bank card statement may be in your local currency and therefore a different figure than the amount provided by Broker for the Charter Reservation. In addition, a foreign transaction fee may be assessed if the financial institution that issued your credit card is located outside of the United States. Booking international travel may be considered to be an international transaction by the financial institution or card company. The currency exchange rate and foreign transaction fee is determined solely by your financial institution on the day that it processes the transaction. If you have any questions about these fees or the exchange rate applied to your booking, please contact your financial institution. Broker shall not be liable to you for any such service, conversion, or exchange fee.

  Broker expressly reserves the right to cancel your Charter Reservation if full payment is not timely received as set forth in the Charter Agreement.

  • Cancellation and Rescheduling . You may cancel or change your Charter Reservation as set forth in the Charter Agreement by and among you, the Charter Provider and/or Broker. Please note that some Charter Providers do not permit changes to or cancellation of reservations after they are made, or after a certain date, as indicated in the Charter Agreement. You agree to abide by the terms of the Charter Agreement with respect to your Charter Reservation. Broker will not be responsible for reimbursing Charterer for any previously tendered deposits or payments by Charterer and disclaims all liability for the failure of a Charter Provider to refund or return any such funds.
  • Credit Card Transactions and Chargebacks . If for any reason, any Charter Provider is unable to provide the Charter, or any part thereof, for which you have contracted, your remedy lies against the Charter Provider, and not against Broker. However, Broker will use reasonable efforts to assist you and Charter Provider in reaching a resolution to a dispute between you and the Charter Provider. In the event that your payment has already been transferred from Broker to Charter Provider or to an escrow account, you agree that you will not seek a chargeback against Broker for such amounts transferred. You further agree to indemnify and hold Broker harmless from and against any liability, loss, damage or expense (including without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees) that Broker may incur in connection with chargebacks against Broker or under the Charter Agreement and your performance thereunder. If Broker incurs any costs, including but not limited to attorneys’ fees, to recover any payments charged back by your credit card company or other financial institution, you agree that you will be liable for these costs. If your payment is declined for any reason, you agree to settle any amounts owed to Broker via money order, cashier’s check, personal check or bank/ACH transfer immediately.
  • Broker Responsibility . Broker makes arrangements with the Charter Provider. Broker additionally makes additional arrangements with other suppliers for the various components and other services that comprise your Charter (“Charter Suppliers”). Broker is not an agent of these Charter Providers or the Charter Suppliers (and the Charter Providers and Charter Suppliers are not agents of Broker). Broker expressly disclaims any liability for the actions or omissions of the Charter Provider and the Charter Suppliers. The Charter Providers and the Charter Suppliers reserve the right to refuse service to you at their sole discretion. Broker assumes no liability for the acts of the Charter Provider or the Charter Suppliers in refusing service. Broker is not responsible for schedule changes and does not offer compensation for those changes. Broker is not responsible under any circumstances for any injury or damages you may suffer, in connection with sea, air or ground transportation, hotel accommodations, or other travel or excursion services arranged by Broker.

  You understand Broker is not the source or supplier of the Charter or other travel services you requested and acts solely as a broker for the Charter Provider and the Charter Suppliers. You agree that the Charter Provider and Charter Suppliers whose names appear in the information supplied to you are those who are solely responsible for providing the Charter you purchase. You consent to and request the use of the Charter Provider and the Charter Suppliers and agree to not hold Broker responsible should any of them: (i) fail to provide the Charter or travel services you purchased, whether or not such services are listed in the Charter Agreement or otherwise, (ii) fail to comply with any applicable law, or (iii) engage in any negligent act or omission that causes you any sort of injury, damage, delay or inconvenience.

By using Broker’s services, you waive and release any claim against Broker, its affiliated and subsidiary companies, and their respective officers, directors, employees, contractors, and agents, arising out of or in connection with any loss of or damage to property or injury to any person caused by reason of (i) any defect, negligence, or other wrongful act or omission, or any failure of performance of any kind, by any Charter Provider, Charter Suppliers, or any other provider of sea, airline, hotel, ground transportation or any other travel provider connected to or otherwise associated with the Charter, (ii) any claim for inconvenience, loss of enjoyment, mental distress or other similar claim, (iii) any delayed departure, missed connection, substitute accommodation, termination of service or change in fares or rates, and (iv) overbooking, flight or other travel cancellation, lost or misconnected personal property, or any claim arising out of the air transportation portion of your travel, and (v) or any other claim arising out of or otherwise related to the Charter Agreement or services provided by the Charter Provider and the Charter Suppliers.

Excepting only liability that directly arises from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Broker, you will not hold Broker responsible for any injury, damage or loss you may suffer while on a Charter, whether incurred on the Charter or in connection with any other rental, purchase, excursion or activity, regardless of the relationship of any of the foregoing with the Charter Provider or the Charter Suppliers.

  • Your Responsibility . By booking a Charter with Broker, you agree to defend and indemnify and hold harmless Broker, Charter Provider, Charter Suppliers, and each of their respective officers, directors, employees and agents, from and against any and all claims, causes of action, demands, recoveries, losses, damages, fines, penalties or other costs or expenses of any kind or nature, including but not limited to reasonable legal fees, arising out of or in connection with: (i) your breach of these Terms or the documents referenced herein; (ii) your violation of any law or rights of a third party; or (iii) your use of the Broker website.

You will review your Charter Agreement and travel documents for accuracy upon receipt. You understand that it is your responsibility to review the accuracy of all details in the Charter Reservation provided to you, and that you may contact Broker if you have any questions.

You assume full and complete responsibility for checking and verifying any and all passport, visa, vaccination, or other entry requirements of your destination(s), and all conditions regarding health, safety, security, political stability, and labor or civil unrest at such destination(s).

You understand that Broker recommends purchasing travel insurance to cover certain risks inherent in travel such as supplier bankruptcy and the inability to travel due to a medical or personal emergency.

  • No Warranties . All Charters, products, services, advice and information is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied to the fullest extent permitted under the law, including but not limited to, warranties of title or implied warranties of merchantability, satisfactory quality or fitness for a particular purpose. Without limiting the above, no warranty or guarantee is made (i) regarding the acceptance of any reservation request or Charter Reservation; (ii) regarding the availability of Charters, or any other product and/or services through Broker; (iii) that the use of Broker’s website will be error-free; or (iv) regarding the completeness, accuracy, reliability or quality of any information, content, data, service, advice or merchandise provided by Broker or through Broker’s website.

Broker has no special knowledge regarding the Charter Provider’s or Charter Supplier’s financial condition, unsafe conditions, health hazards, weather hazards, or climate extremes at locations to which you may travel during or otherwise in connection with your Charter.

  • Limitation on Liability . In no event shall Broker, Charter Provider, Charter Suppliers, and/or their respective affiliates, or any employees, agents, officers, directors, members or managers of any of the foregoing (“Broker and Charter Releasees”), be liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of, or in any way connected with, your access to, display of or use the Broker’s website, the Charter or services provided to you in connection with the Charter (including, but not limited to, your reliance upon opinions of the Broker), whether based on a theory of negligence, contract, tort, strict liability, consumer protection statutes, or otherwise, and even if Broker and/or any other of the Broker and Charter Releasees have been advised of the possibility of such damages.

If, despite the limitation above, Broker or the Broker and Charter Releasees are found liable for any loss or damage which arises out of or in any way connected with any of the occurrences described above, then Broker, Charter Provider, Charter Supplier and the Broker and Charter Releasees will in no event exceed, in the aggregate, the greater of (a) the Broker Fee, and (b) One-Hundred Dollars (US $100.00).

The foregoing limitation of liability reflects the allocation of risk between the parties. The limitations specified in this section will survive and apply even if any limited remedy specified in these Terms is found to have failed of its essential purpose. The limitations of liability provided in these Terms inure to the benefit of Broker and/or its providers.

The foregoing does not affect any liability which cannot be excluded or limited under applicable law.

  • Limitation on Time to File Claims . ANY CAUSE OF ACTION OR CLAIM YOU MAY HAVE ARISING OUT OF RELATING TO BROKER’S SERVICES OR THE WEBSITE MUST BE COMMENCED WITHIN ONE (1) YEAR AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION ACCRUES, OTHERWISE, SUCH CAUSE OF ACTION OR CLAIM IS PERMANENTLY BARRED.
  • Waiver . No waiver by Broker of any term or condition set forth in these Terms shall be deemed a further or continuing waiver of such term or condition or a waiver of any other term or condition, and any failure of the Broker to assert a right or provision under these Terms shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision.
  • Severability . If any provision of these Terms is held by a court or other tribunal of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable for any reason, such provision shall be eliminated or limited to the minimum extent such that the remaining provisions of the Terms will continue in full force and effect.
  • Governing Law and Mandatory Venue . The laws of the State of Florida govern the rights and obligations of the parties to this Agreement and the interpretation, construction and enforceability thereof. You agree that any action or proceeding initiated by Charterer against Broker shall be brought solely in the federal and state courts of Hillsborough County, Florida, and you submit to the jurisdiction of those courts and waive any objections to the exercise of personal jurisdiction over you by those courts. In the event any action or proceeding is initiated by Charterer in a court outside of Hillsborough County, Florida, Charterer agrees to pay Broker’s costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees associated with defending such action or proceeding and waives any and all defenses to the transfer of said action or proceeding, whether jurisdictional or otherwise, to a federal or state court in Hillsborough County, Florida.

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A mountainous island enriched with alluring scenery and world-class beaches

Offering a striking diversity of landscapes and atmospheres, Martinique is a cosmopolitan and sophisticated island located in the heart of the Caribbean archipelago. The blend of French and West Indian cultures have created a unique island that is raw and untouched, perfect for exploring off and on land during your superyacht charter vacation .

The French Caribbean island offers a multitude of activities to see and do during your time visiting the tropical isle. Wooing its visitors with classic Caribbean beauty, there is something for everyone to enjoy on this island from amazing beaches to great hiking trails, water activities and dolphin watching.

A fantastic place to visit and explore, Martinique is home to an abundance of wild and exotic landscapes that guests are welcomed to venture around. Set sail to the north of the island and you will find the luxuriant rainforest, filled with an assortment of beautiful flora, 100-meter high waterfalls and tremendous views of Mount Pelee volcano. There are more than four hundred different species of trees in Martinique, three times as many as in Europe.

Fuel the adventure inside you as you hike through the rainforest, observing the trailing lianas and overhanging ferns, the forest is an extremely unique and exciting place to visit, especially for nature and wildlife enthusiasts.

The south of the island has its fair share of natural wonders too, offering miles of stunning sandy beaches and idyllic bays that are perfect for snorkeling and admiring the marine life down below the water line. Anse Noir and Anse Dufour are two bays found directly beside each other, Anse Noir is notoriously recognised for its jet black sand; a highlight of many Martinique trips. Just a few minute’s walk around the bay will lead you to Anse Noir’s white-sand sister beach, Anse Dufour. Filled with gorgeous palm trees and soft white sand, these two secluded coves are just a few of the many spectacular beaches on the island.

Finally, don’t leave without trying some local cuisine. Sitting at the bottom of a steep staircase only a few minutes’ walk from the beach lies L’Escale in Anse d’Arlet restaurant. Artistically-plated dishes of excellent French Caribbean cuisine are served nightly here as well as for lunch on weekends. Enjoy the most superb dining experience with loved ones as you reminisce about your exciting day spent exploring aboard your luxury superyacht rental.

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Emeraude water, lush forest, and kind hospitality, Martinique is a modest island with an extraordinary 'joie de vivre' and a contagious zest of life. Martinique is a melting pot of culture, and a fusion of French lifestyle, featuring croissants, French wines and cheese, colonial richness and chic boutique. Blending well with the French culture is the Créole 'art de Vivre' by its pinch of exotism, stunning beach excursion, and the delicious local rum. The 'island of flowers' is a Caribbean archetype and an exotic escape, calling for sweetness and a tropical ambiance.

Why charter a yacht in Martinique?

Yacht chartering in Martinique is an unforgettable moment, immersing with the perfect Martinique beachside, palm-fringed landscape, and extraordinary turquoise landscape. Martinique offers diverse sea and land excursions, starting from the Domaine D'Emeraude, Le Robert to spot iguanas in a naturally protected environment. Yacht chartering is the most excellent medium to fully experience the islands' diversity, marine life and island landscape. Access the best site to meet Martinique Wildlife, with its 200 species of birds and Marine Life with 225 reef fishes. Martinique is a place where you can regularly spot a sea turtle, Blue Head, Brown Chromis, Trumpet fish, French Grunt, Blackbar soldierfish, Bicolor, and yellow-tail damselfish.

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Tucked in one of the Caribbean Seashores, Martinique exudes a mix of Caribbean vibe and French panache that has appealed to the yacht enthusiasts. Yacht Chartering feels as if you are pioneering this place as cruisers rarely traverse the waters surrounding Martinique. In Martinique, yacht chartering is a cocktail of magnified lush backdrop, exotic rainforest, and glittering shorelines. There are many yacht options in Martinique, starting from $1,500 for three cabins with eight people to $46,700 for a larger boat and a skipper. For a day of yacht chartering, enjoy a sailboat ride around $250 and $350 for a comfortable catamaran sailing. With the extensive offer of boat hiring in Martinique, you will indeed find the fleet of your dream.

When is the yachting season in Martinique?

The yacht season in Martinique is subject to the whim of the weather and has two clear seasons. December to May fall within the dry season, marked with calm and hot weather, averaging 26 degrees. During the wet season, from June to November, you may encounter short and sharp showers.

Martinique yacht charter for a day

A feast for your eyes, yacht chartering for a day is a fun-filled and incredible day journey to distant places in Martinique. The coastline is on itself a snorkeling golden mine, sequestered harbors, and refreshing hot springs. The unlikeness of itinerary in Martinique is limitless and could bring you to Petite Anse d'Arlet, Bequia, the Bay of Fort de France, St Pierre, or further down the horizon to St Lucia. St Pierre particularly strikes our attention, with its beautifully sculptured underwater park, the world-class establishment for gourmets, and flavor-hunter at 1643. For instance, Le Fromager or Le Guérin takes us back in time through a walk at the Theater Ruins and Distillerie Depaz.

Martinique yacht charter overnight

Charter a yacht overnight to explore Martinique's depth and sail away from the cosmopolitan capital of Fort de France. Embark in Marina to catch the view to Saint Anne and Anse d'Arlet. For relaxation and sunbathing sessions, take a seat at the secluded Plage des Salines or the calm and shady beach of Plage de Pointe Marin. On your trip to Anse Noire in Anse d'Arlet, enjoy the undersea peace and quietness and infiltrate the world of sea turtles, moray eels, colorful sponges, and small corals. A few hundred meters from Anse Noire is Anse Dufour, a spectacular show of nature, featuring little bay, pelicans, and colored fishermen's houses.

Martinique yacht charter for a week

For a week of fantastic sailing adventure on the calm ocean, charter a yacht to the most stunning places and unknown by the rest of the world. Embark onboard your majestic boat from Marina Le Marin and enjoy a fantastic sail to Anse d'Arlet. Fall asleep with the ocean's cradle and the sweet sound of the bird chanting in Anse d'Arlet. Take a chill stroll on the half-mile sand coastline or take a dip in the turquoise water. Navigate to Fort de France for a city tour of the capital of Martinique.

Accessible from anywhere on the island, Fort de France has preserved its 19th-century architecture and wander amongst the French-inspired colonial streets, chic boutiques, and cultural sights to explore. Walk to the central vegetable market created in 1901, or admire the Saint-Louis Cathedral or the grand Fort Saint-Louis. Traverse the Caribbean sea, to anchor in St Pierre, previously known as the 'Paris of the Caribbean.' Amongst the many ventures, visit the iconic volcano, historical landmark, and museums. The almighty Anse du Ceron sits on the northernmost part of Martinique west coast.

Anse du Ceron is perfect for a peaceful swimming session and sunbathing on the warm sand. Colorful fishes, vibrant corals, and natural encounters are among the many offers of snorkeling sessions in Anse du Ceron. Home to several marinas and resorts, Marina Pointe du Bout's human-made beach is a beautiful mixture of city and tropical island. Catch the sunset at the Trois Ilets, and enjoy a moment at the New Orleans's inspired Casino Trois Ilets for a party of poker, roulette, and craps. Conclude your adventure at Sainte-Anne, a postcard like beaches and many places to anchor your yacht. The blue water in Sainte-Anne encloses lively coral vibrant reefs near the shore. For a city tour, visit the inland to get acquainted with the painted wooden houses.

Wedding yacht charter in Martinique

Seamless luxury and beauty, the wedding yacht charter in Martinique is a breathtaking experience sprinkled with a dose of sun, ocean, and scenic view. Coveted by the soon to be married, wedding yacht charter in Martinique is a unique way to celebrate your union. Sail to the most luscious sites in Martinique while celebrating your marriage in total intimacy. Showered with elegance and uniqueness, wedding yacht charter in Martinique, will bring you and your better half to inhabited and idyllic spaces, or 'overlooking the French Riviera.'

Luxury yacht holiday in Martinique

The pinnacle of yacht charters join the exclusive club of superyacht charterers and unravel the ocean's secrets on your home board for a week. Experience the distinctive French flair protected harbors and unexplored territories in Martinique in the spacious and luxury of your yacht. Onboard your superyacht, reach the rich corner of Martinique, vying with your superyacht's luxury design and find anchor at the northern part of the island. The North of Martinique is distinctively rugged and flowing with an entirely green backdrop, featuring dark sand beach, rain forests, high mountains. Against this green perfection, you may sail to the southern part where you will be greeted by eye-pleasing Emeraude water, smoothen by the gold and rich sand.

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Martinique is a great yacht charter destination in the eastern Caribbean Sea and is the largest in the Windward Islands yacht charter area with a land area of 1,128 km2 (436 sq mi). Like Guadeloupe , Martinique is an overseas region of France , and as such has strong French influences with Parisian style bistros and quaint narrow streets. Martinique lies to the south of Dominica and north of St Lucia .

Known as Madinina, or Island of Flowers, Martinique, is renowned for its scenic beauty. The island is home to countless varieties of plants, trees and flowers. It is a festival of hibiscus, frangipani, bougainvillea, poinsettias and nearly 100 species of orchid. The 425-square-mile island is speckled with plantations producing guavas, mangos, papayas, bananas, pineapples, sugar, cinnamon and coffee.

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A good place to start your yacht charter vacation around Martinique is Fort de France. The charming capital is built overlooking the magnificent yacht filled marina. From you berth, you can glance up into the narrow streets of the decidedly French town. Fill your galley fridge with treats for your yacht charter holiday from the Parisian style bistros and fresh fish and vegetable markets.

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Martinique has a spirited Mardi Gras Carnival during a five-day period each February -March. The streets fill with rum-fuelled revellers and there are costume parades, music and dancing with much of the activity centred around La Savane in Fort-de-France.

Saint-Pierre commemorates the 8th of May eruption of Mont Pelée with live jazz and a candlelight procession from the cathedral.

Music lovers can enjoy the biennial week-long Martinique Jazz Festival, held in December on odd-numbered years, or the guitar festival held on even-numbered years.

Martinique also has several major sporting events, such as the Tour de la Martinique, a week-long bicycle race held in mid-July, the Tour des Yoles Rondes, a week-long race of traditional sailboats held in early August and a semi-marathon around Fort-de-France in November.

Martinique is gaining increasing popularity as a top yacht charter destination and all the main types of yacht charter are available such as motor, sailing, classic charter, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and superyacht charters.

Once you've exhausted the charming sites of Martinique, take your crewed yacht charter in another direction. Experience the excitement of blue-water sailing by heading north to Dominica or south to St. Lucia and the Grenadines .

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Our office is located in the south east part of Martinique at the harbor of Le Marin. It is the largest Marina for pleasure boats in the Caribbean. The marina of Le Marin is a recent port that has become one of the most important technical bases in the Caribbean

Le Marin is the last port before the Grenadines. 1 day sailing and you are in the middle of the Grenadines (Bequia or Union)

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    Sailing the Caribbean opens the door to a captivating world of diverse cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and crystal-clear waters, promising an idyllic journey like no other. ... Fort-de-France - Anse Mitan, Trois-Îlets Morning: Depart from Fort-de-France, the vibrant capital of Martinique. Sail across the bay towards Anse Mitan in Trois ...

  20. Caribbean Yacht Charters

    Offering a variety of itineraries and yachts for sailing yacht vacations to the Windward Islands of the Caribbean - Martinique, St. Lucia, Grenadines, Grenada. [email protected] 1-800-263-4202

  21. Martinique

    A unique set of professionals in the Caribbean. All parts in stock for your boat. Dry storage available during hurricane season. Open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tel : 05 96 74 16 70. Fax : 05 96 74 16 71. GSM : 06 96 23 43 28. Agency manager: Stephanie DUPLAND.

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    Sailing in the Caribbean. On a Caribbean sailing vacation you'll experience your nautical dreams in a unique and thrilling way. Set sail aboard your private charter yacht from one of seven island bases, each with their distinct history, delicious cuisine and culture waiting to be discovered. Whether you want calm, protected waters and short ...

  23. The Ultimate Guide to Yachting in the Caribbean

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