Caribbean Superyacht Itinerary

25 September 2019

The superyacht season in the Caribbean is upon us and charter guests are in for a real treat! Prior to boarding your luxury vessel for the next week, you will arrive in St. Martin. St. Martin (Sint Maarten) is an island situated in the northeast Caribbean Sea, approximately 300km east of Puerto Rico. The stunning island is in French territory and covers about two-thirds of the island located in the Leeward Island region and has a population of about 70,000 people. Once a small fishing village, it is now popular for its high-end shops and beautiful capital city, Marigot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St. Martin is an island situated in the northeast Caribbean Sea, approximately 300km east of Puerto Rico. The stunning island is in French territory and covers about two-thirds of the island located in the Leeward Island region and has a population of about 70,000 people. Once a small fishing village, it is now popular for its high-end shops and beautiful capital city, Marigot.

St. Martin is an island with a tropical climate with the annual average temperature sitting at 26 Degrees Celsius (80F). With temperatures rarely dipping below 20 Degrees Celsius (68F), the climate is ideal all year round.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The most appropriate time of year for superyacht charters is between November and April, with the average sea temperature being a perfect 25 Degrees Celsius (77F) – ideal for every type of exploration.

To download your 8-day superyacht itinerary, click HERE. 

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