Tell me about Anguilla
Anguilla is everything you think of a Caribbean island – beautiful white sand beaches, clear waters, scenic bays, breezes and palm trees. A slow paced atmosphere dominates the island There are many things to do while visiting Anguilla, horseback riding, beaches, beach bars, snorkeling and diving too. Originally named “Malliouhana,” meaning arrow-shaped sea serpent, the island was renamed Anguilla by the Europeans, for its long eel shape.
Tell me about St Barts
Saint Barthélemy or St Bart, named for Columbus’s brother, is curved, around the end of a headland on the extreme north-western edge of the island. You’ll always find the turquoise-blue bay sprinkled with yachts. Hidden away between the rocky hills on the southern coast of the island, Grande Saline is one of St Bart’s most secluded stretches of beaches.
Tell me about St Martin
St Martin is nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. With many beaches to dig your toes into, the island of Saint Martin is alive with natural, cultural and human riches. The climate and untouched natural heritage, the island offers year-round outdoor activities land and water alike.
An added bonus on St Martin is that the French and Dutch share the island. That means you get double the culture! St Maarten and Philipsburg is where you can shop to your hearts’ content!
St Maarten is a major entry route to the Caribbean with direct flights from North America and Europe
Leeward Islands Yacht Charter Itinerary
Marigot Bay, St. Martin
Road Bay, Anguilla
Crocus Bay, Anguilla
Ile Pinel, St. Martin
Gustavia, St. Barts
Anse de Colombier, St. Barts