Saint Martin is located about 250km north from Continental Guadeloupe and belongs to the Northern Archipelago. It is the smallest landmass in the world shared by two independent countries. Because of its French and Dutch sides, an interesting dual culture exists on St. Martin. Sophistication and a relaxed, easygoing style are woven into the fabric of daily life on the island.
Caribbean and European food, culture, and cuisine come together on St. Martin like no other place in the island chain. With world class restaurants, casual beach bars, legendary and (sometimes infamous) beaches, live music, and a fascinating colonial history, the island gives you a taste of the delightful charms of this region.
Antigua is the largest of the English-speaking Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean. Like most islands in the Caribbean, it benefits from a warm climate moderated by steady trade winds. This makes the region one of the world’s most desirable sailing destinations along with its complex coastline, abundance of safe harbors and a nearly unbroken protective coral reef.
Sailors flock here as they are spoiled for choice when it comes to sunbathing and swimming. There is said to be 365 distinct beaches on Antigua, one for every day of the year.
Ashore, in Antigua’s capital of St. John’s, you’ll find the baroque towers of the cathedral, which dominate the skyline, and a lively hub for shopping and dining. To the south is the island of Montserrat and to the north and west are Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barts and St. Martin.
St kitts & Nevis
The two islands of St Kitts and Nevis are among the less developed of the Caribbean islands With no all-inclusive resorts or package tours, they remain the islands of choice for discerning travelers. The pair offer a special experience for charter yacht vacations – beyond the stunning white beaches, softly swaying palms and mountains blanketed with thick jungles, each island has its own distinct personality and rich culture. The bustling St Kitts is home to a beautiful new marina, high-end villas and an excellent golf course, where you can indulge in a little island luxury, while Nevis runs at a pace that is slow even by Caribbean standards. Make the most of your private luxury yacht to explore isolated beaches lined with fragrant frangipanes, visit impressive ruins and seek out some of the best diving spots in this island paradise.