St Maarten-St Barts-Anguilla-Saba


Escape to the beautiful white sandy beaches of the Caribbean islands St Maarten, St Barts, Anguilla and Saba. Expect friendly locals, outstanding beaches and tantalizing cuisines.

Do some serious clubbing, venture under water or do as little as possible and doze off in your hammock; this voyage has it all!

DAY 1 / St. Maarten

Happy days in the Caribbean! You will board your yacht in St Maarten, part of the Dutch Caribbean. You will have some time to refresh and settle in before heading out to explore this fantastic destination. The island is known for its eclectic mix of Dutch and French culture, beautiful white-sand beaches and boasts a fantastic underwater world, ready to be discovered. Find a tropical paradise with pristine beaches and sunny clear skies, as diverse as any cosmopolitan city yet as welcoming and familiar as your hometown. Grab a drink and hold on; the Sunset Bar and Grill, which is positioned on a beach at the end of the Juliana airport runway, also caters to thrill seekers as the planes come in to land, just inches overhead. In the evening, prepare to explore some of the lively bars and casinos, which can be found around the capital, Phillipsburg.

DAY 2 / St. Maarten

Wake up after great first night on board, grab a coffee from the stewardess and relax on the aft deck. Next step; enjoy an opulent breakfast, prepared by your onboard chef, before discovering some of the island’s duty-free shopping outlets. The island is also known as the gastronomical capital of the Caribbean; lunch at one of the many gourmet restaurants therefore is a must before heading back to your yacht. Spend the remainder of the afternoon relaxing and making the most of the yacht’s water toys. In the evening, a dinner prepared with fresh local ingredients and Caribbean cocktails should conclude your time on this “Friendly Island”.

DAY 3 / St. Barts

St Barts, where French Riviera meets Caribbean. The combination of French sophistication and Caribbean savoir vivre is utterly charming. It is known to be the Caribbean destination of choice for the vacations of the world’s most influential individuals. Today, you will explore the south end of St Barts, which offers beautiful white sandy beaches at Anse du Gouverneur. This area is surrounded by awe-inspiring hillsides and never-ending. Swimming, kayaking and snorkeling are a definitive must. Later that day, the yacht will reposition to Gustavia, the capital. Many of the island’s inhabitants are descendants of settlers from Brittany, Normandy and Sweden. Today they operate the small inns, cafes, restaurants and boutiques that are housed in old buildings of Swedish colonial and French Creole architecture. Gustavia’s harbor is a favorite layover for yachts like yours. Dine on board or head to shore to sample the exciting and delicious local cuisine.

DAY 4 / St. Barts

After breakfast, you could head to Anse de Grande Saline Beach, which is the most beautiful beach on the island. It is a great place to explore the crystal-clear waters and discover some of the local marine life. Feeling adventurous? In the afternoon, hike uphill to visit Fort Gustave, which can be found at the mouth of the harbor. Built in the 18thcentury, it is one of three strongholds built to protect the island from invasion. The panoramic view of Gustavia, the harbor and your yacht below are worth the trek it and highly Instagramable! Enjoy a seafood dinner on board before heading out to Nikki Beach Club. This is the place to see and be seen, where you can relax with tropical cocktails and enjoy the never-ending Caribbean sunset.

DAY 5 / Anguilla

Today, the captain will set of to Anguilla, renowned for its dazzling beaches. The yacht will anchor off Maundays Bay; this beach manages to charm absolutely everyone who visits. The light sands are perfect for soaking up the sun, while its turquoise waters are excellent for both swimming and snorkeling. You might even want to explore the coastline on a kayak or paddle board, it’s your call! In the evening, head ashore for a tropical dinner and sample the culinary delights on offer. Five-star beach shacks serving fresh-caught, grilled crayfish and lobster, dripping with sauces derived from family recipes, are certainly not to be missed.

DAY 6 / Anguilla

After breakfast, in search of some local history, you could follow the island’s heritage trail in The Valley, Anguilla’s sleepy capital. In the summer, Anguilla really comes alive during the Anguilla Summer Festival, with boat races, dancing, beauty pageants and colorful parades. Care for some more relaxing sunshine? Rendezvous Bay is a jaw-dropping, four-kilometer crescent of white powdery sand and translucent sea, fringed by coconut palms. Calm, quiet and shallow, this peaceful stretch of coast is great for families with smaller children. Sunbathers, swimmers, and shell collectors will also be impressed. In the evening, relax on a secluded beach and enjoy a Caribbean barbecue, prepared by your crew.

DAY 7 / Anguilla to Saba

Your final full day on board will be spent on the island of Saba; the “The Unspoiled Queen” of the region. Saba is a five square mile island located in the northeastern Caribbean Sea. Formerly part of the Netherlands Antilles, Saba became part of a special municipality of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 2010, along with the islands of St. Eustatius and Bonaire. Due to the fact it is somewhat difficult to reach, it has remained an untouched tropical paradise and a real delight to explore. Saba’s deep waters are known for their amazing scuba and snorkeling spots. You’ll find pinnacles, drop-offs and hidden caves. You’ll see several species of shark, turtle and fish you won’t see in other parts of the Caribbean. The whole area around the island is a National Marine Park and is protected. Spend the evening dining at Well’s Bay before enjoying some final after dinner cocktails back on board.