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Leeward Islands

The Leeward Islands are a geographical grouping of small, mostly volcanic islands in the northeastern Caribbean. This charter destination includes some of the more famous Caribbean names such as Antigua and St Barts. This charter destination is part of the drier islands in the Caribbean. They offer a more traditional touristic holiday, with much development on the coast, offering numerous bars and restaurants. The islands are famous for their own individual charm and 'feel', ranging from the upmarket boutiques in St Barts to the charming town of Point a Pitre and its traditional cuisine. Whichever island you head to on our yacht charter, you are sure to find something to suit you!

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Suggested Itinerary

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WHEN TO GO: DECEMBER-APRIL

Day 1  St Martin – Anguilla 

For the first day of your charter holiday, arrive in St Martin, which is well known for its volcanic landscapes, and proximity with French culture. In the evening, you can set out for Anguilla, a stunning island of the archipelago just north of St Martin.

Day 2  Anguilla – St Barts 

After spending time enjoying the beautiful beaches of Anguilla, you can take a jump south towards the famous St Barts Island, a truly vibrant and stunning place. With 9000 inhabitants, there is always something to do in the lively and fashionable island. If you would rather however, thanks to the nature of yacht charter, you can find peace and tranquility in the confines of your yacht.

Day 3  St Barts – Saba

Saba is ideal for the traveler looking for a secluded haven, in peaceful and friendly surroundings. Rising steeply from the azure sea, the tiny island in the Caribbean is a magical experience for the yacht charterer.

Day 4 Saba – St Eustatius 

The next morning head south east toward the clean, unhurried and unspoiled island of St Eustatius. Pristine coral reefs, abundant marine life and historic shipwrecks mean that this island is one of the best charter destinations for diving on earth.

Day 5 St Eustatius – St Kitts 

Your trip along the archipelago next takes you to a much larger island- St Kitts. As well as colourful sea life and stunning beaches, this island offers the opportunity to venture inland and experience a protected rainforest.

Day 6   St Kitts – Nevis 

Your yacht charter can then take you to Nevis. From the top of the 3,232-foot Nevis Peak to the depths of the clear waters offshore, there is a world of flora and fauna to be explored. With 10000 inhabitants, Nevis is peaceful but also lively. Why not enjoy dinner in one of the lovely restaurants the town of Charlestown has to offer?

Day 7   Nevis – Barbuda

Leave Nevis and head for the famous island of Barbuda. Enjoy the beautiful bay of Codrington , leaving the yacht behind and setting off in a tender, passing between Kid and Rabbit Island.

Day 8  Barbuda – Antigua

Your last stop in the Leeward Islands can be Antigua. This charter destination is made to be seen from the sea. You can enter small bays, filled with turquoise water, and offers incredible sights from the beautiful and calm beaches.

 

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