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Day 1– Le Marin, Martinique

Fort de France, the island's commercial centre and principal city is well worth a visit, while Anse D'Arlet is a popular, photogenic anchorage. Scenic highlights include the peaks of Carbet and Mont Pelée, a dormant volcano and the highest mountain on the island, plus trail upon trail through legendary tropical rainforest. But wherever you explore, you’re likely to discover croissants and baguettes to remind you that you’re in a corner of the Caribbean that is unmistakably French. The island’s large harbour Le Marin and its many marinas have made Martinique a major sailing destination.

Day 2– Petite Anse d’Arlet

Navigate towards Petite Anse d’Arlet, passing close to the Diamond Rock, and eat lunch and go for a swim. Spend your first night at the anchorage at Grande Anse d’Arlet.

Day 3– Fort de France

Sail toward Fort de France and eat lunch ashore. Visit the town, shops and local market before crossing the bay to spend the night at Anse Mitan.

Day 4– St. Pierre

Spend the evening in the bay of St. Pierre.

Day 5– Portsmouth

Set sail early for Portsmouth, Prince Rupert Bay, and visit the Indians River with local guides. Spend the night in the anchorage.

Day 6– Pain de Sucre

After a sail from Portsmouth to Les Saintes, anchor at Pain de Sucre for snorkeling. Anchor for the night in front of Bourg des Saintes and have dinner ashore.

Day 7– Pigeon Island

Set sail for Pigeon Island and pick up a mooring to visit the famous Jacques Cousteau underwater marine park. After snorkeling or diving, sail to Anse Deshayes for overnight anchorage.

Day 8– English Harbour, Antigua

Depart early morning for Antigua’s English Harbour. Take a walk among the beautifully restored houses and visit the museum. There are plenty of opportunities for provisioning ashore.

Day 9– Cade Reef

Make a short sail along the west coast to Cade Reef, where you can snorkel magnificent coral and eat lunch anchored in Fries Bay. Enjoy a swim, relax and sail to the anchorage at Five Islands Harbor. Spend the night here.

Day 10– Barbuda

Sail to Barbuda, a fabulous coral island with miles of sandy beach. Anchor at Codrington, in front of the impressive stretch of white sand. Eat lunch, swim, snorkel and stroll along the long deserted shore.

Day 11– Nonsuch Bay

Depart early morning for Nonsuch Bay, a small bay on the east coast of Antigua, which is wild and captivating. Sail behind Green Island.

Day 12– Ilet Gosier

Depart early for Ilet Gosier, on the east side of Guadeloupe to enjoy the white sand beach and nearby coral reef.

Day 13– Marie-Galante

Set sail in the morning for Marie-Galante, where the sugar-centered history of Guadeloupe’s Archipelago lingers.

Day 14– St. Anne Village

Leave Marie-Galante early in the morning for your last long cruise. Sail to Martinique for lunch in Grande Anse d’Arlet before making your way to St. Anne, a charming village with boutiques, a delightful fishing community and local market.

Day 15– Le Marin, Martinique

After a swim, head back to base to disembark.




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