Маршрут Martinique / St Martin / Martinique: 22 дня
Day 1: Le Marin
Welcome in the Marina (South of Martinique) and boarding for the
Day 2: Le Marin / Anse d’Arlet: 15 miles
Navigation towards Petite Anse d'Arlet passing close to the Diamond
Rock, lunch and swimming. First night at the anchorage at Grande
Day 3: Anse d'Arlet / Fort de France / 10 miles: 32 miles
Short sail to Fort de France. Lunch on land and sightseeing tour
of the city, boutiques and local market. Overnight at Anse Mitan
in the South of the bay.
Day 4: Fort de France / St. Pierre: 15 miles
Sailing along the Caribbean coast until St. Pierre, former centre
of economy that was destroyed by the eruption of Montagne Pelee
in 1902. Visit of the museum of vulcanology. Overnight in the bay
of St. Pierre.
Day 5: St Pierre / Dominica: 54 miles
Set sail early for Portsmouth, Prince Rupert Bay. Visit the Indians
River with the local guides. Night spend in the anchorage.
Day 6: Dominica / Les Saintes: 20 miles
After a sail from Portsmouth to Les Saintes, anchor first at Pain
de Sucre for snorkelling. Anchor then for the night in front of
Bourg des Saintes and have dinner ashore.
Day 7: Les Saintes / Guadeloupe: 26 miles
Set sail for Pigeon Island and pick up a mooring to visit the famous
Reserve Cousteau underwater park. Snorkelling and diving . Sail
for a night anchorage to Anse Deshayes.
Day 8: Guadeloupe / Antigua: 53 miles
Depart early morning for Non Such Bay, small bay on the East coast
of Antigua, wild and beautiful. Take the boat behind Green Island.
Day 9: Green Island / English Harbour: 10 miles
Short sail to English Harbour. Take a walk among the beautiful restored
houses and visit the museum. Ashore find all for provisioning, telephone,
water and gas oil and Customs.
Day 10: English Harbour / Barbuda: 43 miles
Sail to Barbuda, a fabulous unspoiled coral island. Anchor at Codrington,
in front of a beautiful white sand beach, lunch, swim, snorkel,
stroll along the long deserted beach.
Day 11: Barbuda / St Barthelemy: 55 miles
After breakfast leave Barbuda and sail to Gustavia, capital of the
French island St Barthelemy. Have lunch on the way under sail. Anchor
outside the harbour and go ashore for a nice French dinner.
Day 12:Gustavia / Ile Fourche: 6 miles
Spend the morning shopping and enjoying the village's lovely local
architecture. After lunch set sail for the wild deserted Ile Fourche.
Swim and spend the evening on board.
Day 13: Ile Fourche / St Martin: 11miles
Enjoy a beautiful sail from Ile Fourche to Orient Bay on St. Martin,
one of the loveliest anchorages on the island, with magnificent
white beaches and clear turquoise waters.
Day 14: Orient Bay / Philipsburg: 7 miles
It's a short sail to Philipsburg, the Dutch side of St Martin, where
you’ll enjoy duty free shopping and nightlife at the casinos and
Day 15: Philipsburg / Anguilla: 18 miles
After breakfast there's a two hours sail to Anguilla. Anchor for
lunch at Dog Island, a little island which shelters many species
of birds. Explore the island, swim etc. Spend the night at Road
Town, Anguilla's main anchorage which is well protected for the
Day 16: Road Town / Crocus Bay: 13 miles
A one hour sail brings you to Prickly Pear for lunch. A group of
'post card' islands, turquoise waters, white sand beaches, coral
reefs, one of the most beautiful spots in the Caribbean for snorkelling.
Spend the night in Crocus Bay.
Day 17: Anguilla / Saba: 40 miles
Leave Anguilla early in the morning to Saba. Saba is a Dutch island
well known for its sites of diving. At Ladder Bay find a diving
boat and spend afternoon in the turquoise water.
Day 18: Saba / St Kitts: 42 miles
After breakfast heading to Canouan via Chatam Bay, a large natural
bay west of Union, pleasant for having lunch. Night in Charleston
Day 19: Guadeloupe: 90 miles
Back to the French island Guadeloupe passing to north of Montserrat,
this volcanic island which entered in eruption in 1997. Anchor in
l'Anse a la Barque charming shelter bordered of coconuts trees.
Day 20: Guadeloupe / Dominica: 60 miles
Set sail to Dominica for Cachacrou Bay, small village of fishermen.
Very good snorkelling on Scott's Head. Dinner on board.
Day 21: Dominica / Martinique: 55 miles
Leave Dominica early morning for the last big sail to reach Martinique
for lunch in Grande Anse d'Arlet. After sail to St Anne, a charming
village with its boutiques, fishing boats and local market. Try
one of the numerous restaurants.
Day 22: St. Anne / Marin: 2 miles
After a last swim in a heavenly bay (turquoise water, white sandy
beaches) back to the Marina of Marin (30 min.) where the Dream Yacht
team will take care of you.