This beautifully attractive and historic island with its regal mountain ranges, verdant river basins, azure anchorages, fine sandy beaches and historic cities continues to attract crewed yachts to
Over the past few years, Grenada has developed into one of the Eastern Caribbean’s true yachting bases, offering some excellent marina facilities at Camper & Nicholson’s Port Louis Superyacht M
The island of Guadeloupe is the largest island in the Lesser Antilles and boasts a lively mix of Creole culture, with an interesting blend of modern cities, rural hamlets, rainforests and secluded beaches. It is part of a most beautiful archipelago… comprised of the magical island group of Les Isles des Saintes and the unspoilt peaceful island of Marie Galante. Captains and owners who include Guadeloupe in their cruising itinerary, increasingly praise the varied and diverse attractions that the islands have to offer.
Haiti is a new and exciting destination for yachting adventurers - located on the western part of Hispaniola and separated
Jamaica has a rich maritime history in all senses of the word.
Les Saintes… are one of the Caribbean’s hidden treasures.
Step back in time on this attractive verdant island, where oxen powered carts still carry the cane crop to the island’s sugar factory.
As an overseas region of France, Martinique reflects a distinctive blend of French and West Indian cultures, and offers a striking diversity of beautiful landscapes and great atmospheres. Fort-de-France features narrow streets & La Savane, a garden bordered by shops & cafes; enjoy delicious foods, good shopping, stunning beaches, and excellent marine facilities!
In Saltwhistle Bay, Mayreau has one of the most attractive anchorages in the island chain.