Sailing Holidays

Sailing holidays in Martinique

Sailing conditions

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.

Sailing area

You can spend a whole week exploring the coast of Martinique on your charter yacht, from Sainte-Anne, the southernmost village, to Saint-Pierre, famous for the 1902 volcanic eruption of Mount Pelée. Sail near HMS Diamond Rock and explore the many delightful harbours and anchorages along the way.

For a 2 week sailing itinerary head north to undiscovered Dominica or south to St Lucia. More experienced skippers can plan a longer itinerary south to St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Charter yachts

Yachts are based at Marina Le Marin on the south coast of Martinique. Charters start and finish any day, giving you total flexibility over your holiday dates. Minimum charter is 7 nights but over Christmas and New Year period 10 nights.

We can also offer bareboat charter yachts from several other charter fleets we work closely with in Martinique so we are sure to have the perfect charter yacht for your next sailing holiday in Martinique.

Travel arrangements

Air France have flights to Martinique from the UK via Paris. Transfer time to Marina Le Marin 30 minutes.


Prices given below. Click on the yacht names to view yacht layout & specification

"We had a wonderful holiday and everything worked out very nicely so no complaints whatsoever. The base manager was very pleasant and helpful and made sure we had everything we needed. We sailed up the coast to the bay of Kotor and all the way to Kotor itself, naturally, and the scenery is as wonderful as the pictures one sees. "
Montenegro 2016 - A.W.


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