Explore the St. Lucia with a tailor-made charter that suits you and your dreams aboard a yacht that suits your lifstyle. Whether you skipper a bareboat charter yacht on your own, hire a skipper from us, or enjoy life on luxurious skippered charter; you are exploring one of the most diverse and beautiful sailing destination with the spirit and rhythm of the Caribbean. Sailing holidays aboard gives you the opportunity to explore exotic islands, bays, deserted shores, and beaches, in a way that land-based vacations can never give. Because of its constant trade winds and the island’s abundance, St. Lucia is a fantastic sailing retreat that is ideal for your sailing trip.
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St. Lucia is an island nation in the area of the West Indies, in the Caribbean and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. It is located in the Lesser Antilles and belongs to the Windward Islands – the islands under the wind. St. Lucia was discovered by Christopher Columbus during his third journey around 1500. The indigenous people of St. Lucia called their island Iouanalao, which means “as much as where the Iguana is found”. It is located north of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, South of Martinique and in the southeast is Barbados.
St. Lucia is the ideal starting point for your sailing holiday. The destination is spoiled with constant trade winds in combination with the best sailing conditions, breathtaking landscapes and many protected harbors and bays. Experienced sailors who will enjoy true blue water sailing in the exhilarating open water passages that the sailing destination offers. Banana plantations, beautiful villages and fascinating harbors recall the earlier times of the Caribbean. The Mount Gimie, with about 1100m is the highest point on the volcanic island. Its steep slopes are covered with dense rainforest and habitats for wild orchids and other exotic plants.
Go on a Sailing boat or catamaran on constant sails along the wild-romantic west coast to the idyllic Marigot Bay, past traditional fishing villages and further south to the spectacular Pitons, which rise more than 600 meters steeply from the ocean. It has an unforgettable scenery of beautiful beaches with the rainforest in the background. The excellent varieties of stunning and spectacular landscapes make Saint Lucia a wild and romantic nature paradise. You will be overwhelmed by the beauty of the island, whether you discover the island on board, on land, or in the water.
St. Lucia – Rodney Bay is a safe, picturesque and almost coveted bay at the northern tip, which is a great starting point for your sailing trip. It offers everything the sailor’s heart desires. Rodney Bay offers fantastic beaches and has an adventurous pirate past.
Further south, sail on to the beautiful little islands of the Grenadines such as Bequia, Mustique, Mayreau and the Tobago Cays, while further north, you sail to Martinique.
Bequia belongs to the Grenadines and has a long sea history. Even today the fishermen, sailors, and ship builders are proud of their maritime traditions. The main town is Port Elizabeth in the magnificent Admiralty Bay, the main port on the island, which is a well-protected, perfect anchorage and it is a popular meeting place for sailors from around the world. On land, there are the small shops and many excellent restaurants, explore the wonderful Belmont Walkway, enjoy the party atmosphere of Bequias world famous Easter Regatta and the Bequia Music Festival.
The Tobago Cays and the Tobago Cays Marine Park is one of the world’s most awe inspiring island destinations. The Tobago Cays, are an archipelago of five small uninhabited islands guarded by some of the most spectacular reefs in the world. They are an idyllic yachting anchorage, a dream for scuba divers and a paradise for beachcombers. Brilliant white sand beaches, coconut palms along the margins of most beaches, crystal clear waters, heavenly lagoons full of green turtles and the colorful underwater life that create a rare tropical paradise. TheHorseshoe Reef is a large coral reef system that protects four of the islands: Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal and Jamesby. The fifth cay is Petit Tabac which lies just outside the main reef system, and beyond Petit Tabac are Egg Reef and World’s End Reef
Petit Tabac was a filming location for the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Captain Jack Sparrow was marooned here with Elizabeth Swann – this is the island where Elizabeth set fire to his stash of rum. On a previous occasion, pirates tell of Jack escaping the island on the back of two sea turtles…You remember?
Mayreau is the Caribbean’s great escape. A secret treasure of peace and tranquility. With no airstrip, you have to sail here, and you will never want to leave. Picture-postcard beaches and bays, take a stroll to the village, enjoy scenic views, a quaint old church and lovely people. Relax on a perfect beach with powder white sands and crystal clear seas. Snorkel or scuba dive beautiful coral gardens.
Mayreau is the untouched Caribbean you only hear of in whispers.
Time to put your toes in the sand, with a rum punch in hand, listen to the rythmus of the Caribbean live music and to enjoy the Caribbean lifestyle.