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Alone, as a couple, with family or friends, one cabin or the whole boat.
One week full board.  This catamaran cruise, a delicious cocktail of turquoise islands, will give you a restful change of scenery. You'll sail for a maximum of three hours, with stopovers alternating between idleness on white-sand beaches ranked among the most beautiful in the world, swimming in nature reserves inhabited by sea turtles, strolls through pretty, welcoming villages and Caribbean evenings.  You'll love the immense white-sand beaches of the Anguilla archipelago, the friendly, unspoilt nature of Saint Barthélémy, snorkeling and discovering coral, turtles and fish on Ile Fouchue, Ile de Tintamarre and Rocher Créole, and the best spots on Saint-Martin: Orient Bay, Ilet Pinel, Grand Case.

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  • Program

    Saint Martin
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    Your ship will be waiting for you at the charming Fort Saint Louis marina, in the heart of Marigot, the "Capital" of the French part of the island.
    For those arriving early, visit the town center, which has retained all its Creole charm, while becoming a veritable spot for luxury tourism: numerous restaurants facing the sea, duty-free boutiques. Don't miss the West Indies Shopping Mall, opposite the port, a veritable Ali Baba's cave of top brands from Cartier to Lacoste.  From 6 p.m., the crew awaits you on board: welcome cocktail, briefing on the cruise, installation in your cabins.
    You'll leave the marina to anchor a little further north on the island, in the beautiful bay of Grand Case. Your first dinner on board will be served in a very Caribbean atmosphere, and you're sure to enjoy your first swim. Dinner and overnight at anchor.

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    St Martin - Anguilla, Road Bay, Sandy Island, Crocus Bay
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    After breakfast, at around 8:30 am, you'll set sail for the Anguilla archipelago, 2 hours' sailing away. A well-kept secret in the Lesser Antilles, Anguilla, a true haven of peace, is a 102 km² coral archipelago located 5 NM north of the island of Saint-Martin.
    A British dependency, it was once part of a confederation that included Saint Kitts and Nevis.  In 1995, it became an associate member of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.
    Anguilla is also the name of the main island, covering an area of 96 km², which owes its name to its elongated shape.  It has little vegetation and no freshwater. Altitude does not exceed 65m, culminating at Crocus Hill. Anguilla's wealth lies in the splendor of its 33 absolutely white beaches, the jewel of which is Shoal Bay Coast, not to mention the beauty of the surrounding wild islets, ringed by coral reefs.
    Your first port of call is Road Bay, where your captain will take care of customs formalities. Meanwhile, dive from your catamaran into the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, and get out your flippers, mask and snorkel.
    On the Captain's return, you'll set sail for Sandy Island, a postcard-perfect islet of white sand 30 minutes from the main island. Swim and stroll on the beach, lunch on board.
    In the late afternoon, you'll make your third and final stopover of the day, Crocus Bay, a beach surrounded by bays, a quiet anchorage for the evening and night.

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    Anguilla, Prickly Pear or Rendez-vous Bay - Saint Martin, Ilet Pinel
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    Departure around 8:30 a.m. for Prickly Pear, a beautiful snorkeling spot on a coral reef and beach with two friendly bars. This islet is difficult to reach when there's a swell, so this stopover can be replaced by a stopover in front of the immense white beach of Rendez-vous Bay, a veritable natural turquoise bathtub. Around 2:30 pm, departure for Saint-Martin. After 2h30 at sea, you'll arrive at îlet Pinel, located in the north-west of the island, in Cul-de-sac Bay. You'll be delighted to see the many day visitors leave this little paradise on board their day-charter: îlet Pinel is yours for the evening and the night. A stroll along the beach, an aperitif at sunset... A privileged moment.

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    Saint Martin - Ile Fourchue - Saint Barthélémy, Gustavia
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    Departure from îlet Pinel after breakfast and the traditional morning swim (good habits are quickly acquired!) towards Ile Fourchue, or Devil's Island. For a change from turquoise waters and sandy beaches, we'll be discovering sea-blue waters and arid hills dotted with rare species of cactus. You may even be lucky enough to see whales or pilot whales in this passage, which they love so much...
    A few years ago, Ile Fourchue was inhabited by goats, who devoured the vegetation, giving it a surprisingly lunar appearance. As one of the nature reserves around Saint Barth, everything is protected. You can disembark on the island to explore its heights. In the distance, you'll see Ile Pelée, with the Sor cière rock, so named for a surprisingly evocative rock peak, and on the opposite side, the Roche Table, a haven for seabirds: a panorama well worth the effort to admire. For those who don't like walking, Fourchue is a renowned snorkeling spot where the waters are exceptionally clear.
    Lunch on board in front of this beautiful panorama, then departure for Gustavia, the capital of Saint Barthélemy, the V.I.P. (Veritable Paradise Island) of the West Indies. Entering Gustavia Bay, amidst exceptional yachts and majestic sailing ships, is always an emotional moment.
    You'll be there around 5:00 pm, the ideal time to stroll through the colorful lanes and have a drink at the Bar de l'Oubli, or the Select, the sailors' favorite bar. Shopping: don't miss the St Barth Attitude T-shirt, or the St Barth West Indies, a must-have in your luggage. The big French luxury brands are also well established here. St Barth is a gentle blend of luxury and simplicity, chic and charm, far removed from the blinged-out image you might have of it: you'll love it!
    Dinner and overnight at anchor in the bay.

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    St Barthélémy
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    This day is dedicated to discovering the island of Saint Barthélémy, its beaches and villages. This island has retained the charm of its wilderness and precious environment.
    Seventeen beaches with evocative names: Colombier, Anse Gouverneur, Shell Beach, Baie de Saint Jean and its legendary Eden Roc hotel, in front of the coral reef, Grande Saline; charming little villages, like Lorient, still very Breton, or Corossol, with its shell museum.
    For an in-depth visit to this very steep island, the best option is to rent a car for the day. Your crew will be happy to help you find the best solution for your needs. Return to the boat at around 7pm, dinner and overnight at anchor in Gustavia Bay.

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    Saint Barthélémy, Anse Colombier - Saint Martin, Grand Case
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    This morning, you'll leave Gustavia to reach the superb anchorage of Anse Colombier in half an hour. In addition to a beautiful beach, still named Plage Rockefeller after the former owner of the property surrounding it, the area is an integral part of LA RESERVE MARINE DE ST BARTHELEMY, where the protected seabed is still magnificent: rays, lobsters, lambis, dolphins and turtles are waiting to be snorkeled. For those who prefer hiking, a signposted path leads to a fantastic viewpoint over the cove and the Caribbean Sea.
    Lunch on board at Anse Colombier, then departure for the village of Grand Case, Saint Martin. Grand Case is a pretty village with a very Caribbean ambience, located on the west side of the island, which comes alive in the late afternoon. Here you'll find charming craft stores selling freshwater pearl and larimar jewelry, leather goods, fabrics and more.
    The atmosphere is relaxed and cosmopolitan. For a drink with your feet in the water, lit by an oil lamp, head to the Calmos Café, where you'll always be greeted with a smile and the sound of salsa. If you feel like it, you can also dine here, unless you prefer the more typical Lolos lining the pontoon (extra charge). It's the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to a Caribbean evening! You can even finish up at Sissou's Pirate for a final ti-punch before returning to your boat for the night.

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    Grand Case, Rocher Créole - Tintamarre - Marina Fort Louis
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    After breakfast, your Captain will take you a little further out into the bay, to Rocher Créole, a must-see spot for snorkelers.
    After this stopover for seabed lovers, you'll set sail again for a beautiful uninhabited islet, Tintamarre, whose name means "the color of the sea", just a stone's throw from the main island of Saint Martin.
    Courageous visitors can explore the island by taking the 1.5-hour hiking trail around it, while contemplative visitors can just let themselves be carried away by the warm sea and admire the view over the island.  Seabed enthusiasts will be delighted to discover the colony of sea turtles that call Tintamarre their permanent home. Lunch on board in this natural sanctuary.
    Departure around 3:00 pm for Fort Louis Marina. Final dinner on board.
    If you feel like going out in the evening, don't hesitate to have a drink in one of the Marina's bars.

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    Marigot, Marina Fort Louis
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    At 9 a.m., after breakfast, you will regretfully leave your catamaran and its crew, who have served and accompanied you during this beautiful cruise full of memories.


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Services included

  • Catlante 600

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  • The cruise
  • Accommodation in double, single or triple cabin according to booking
  • 3 meals a day (excluding lunch on arrival and departure days)
  • Unlimited drinks
  • Captain's and chef's services
  • Owner's liability insurance
  • Paddle, canoe, snorkeling equipment

  • Personal insurance for cancellation, repatriation and baggage. 
  • Personal expenses, both on board and ashore (visits, etc.), and in general anything not mentioned as included. 
  • Transportation to and from ports 
  • Destination fees: €240 per person per week until April 30, 2024, €250 per person from 01/01/2025.

Prepare your trip

For EU nationals: passport must be valid for at least six months after the end of the cruise, for each participant. Authorization to leave the country for minors traveling without at least one parent or legal guardian.

Boarding takes place at the Fort-Louis marina in Marigot at 6pm. Disembarkation takes place in the morning of D+8 at 9am.

Cabs at Princess Juliana airport in St Martin: check that the vehicle has a cab plate on the roof, to avoid pirates. Carry US dollars with you, as rates (around $30 for 2) will be the same in euros. At Grand Case airport (flights from Guadeloupe): cab Jean Philippe 06 90 87 47 92 or 06 90 55 96 15 Call on behalf of Catlante. It's best to book when you board your regional flight.

Luggage storage at the Wine Bar, just opposite the pontoon entrance to Marigot's Fort Louis marina. €5 per bag, Saturday between 11am and 6pm.

Rent a car for a day in St Barth to discover the island.

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