Sailing Holidays

Sailing holidays in St Martin

Sailing conditions

Best time to travel to St Martin is December to May, the dry season, with temperatures 27-29°oC, when the trade winds are steady with winds blowing east-northeast from 15 to 25 knots. From June to November the weather is usually warmer and more changeable with winds blowing northeast through south from 10 to 20 knots.

Sailing area

You’ll find stunning anchorages all round St Martin and the main harbours offer excellent restaurants and designer shopping. A one-week sailing itinerary takes in the stunning islands of Anguilla and St Barts.

In two weeks plan a blue water cruise to Antigua, visiting the "islands that brush the clouds"- Saba, St Eustatius, St Kitts & Nevis, lush islands of rain forests and volcanoes. Or plan a one-way passage overnight to the British Virgin Islands and spend a week in two different sailing areas.

Charter yachts

Yachts are available from  Marina Port la Royale. Charters start and finish any day, giving you total flexibility over your holiday dates.

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

Travel arrangements

British Airways and Virgin Atlantic have direct flights from Gatwick to Antigua. LIAT operate connecting flights from Antigua to St Martin. Alternatively fly to St Martin with AirFrance via Paris or KLM via Amsterdam. Transfer time to Marina Port la Royale 10 minutes.

 

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

"Service from Nautilus Yachting was very satisfactory. Excellent on all counts."
Antigua 2014 - T.C.

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