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.
Sail for Petite Anse d’Arlet, passing close to the Diamond Rock. Eat lunch and go swimming, then spend your first night at the anchorage at Grande Anse d’Arlet.
Cross the bay of Fort de France, then sail along the Caribbean coast until St. Pierre, which is a former center of economy that was destroyed by the eruption of Mt. Pelée in 1902. Visit the museum of volcanology, then overnight in the bay of St. Pierre.
After breakfast, sail to Fort de France. Try the local restaurants and go sightseeing in the city. Spend the night at Anse Mitan in the south of the bay.
Make an early departure to sail back to Le Marin.