With over 350 kilometers of coastline, Martinique boasts amazing beaches but also infinite possibilities for sailing itineraries, excursions or just coastal sailing. For a few hours or a week you can charter almost any boat in Martinique. If sailboats and catamarans are the most popular to charter in the French Caribbean
, you can also easily find motor yachts and zodiacs for charter.
Before embarking your dream boat do stop by and discover Martinique's hidden treasures: hiking up the Pelée Mountain, walking along the gorges of the Falaise and a visit of the Trois Rivières distillery (in that order ...) and dig into the local culture by stopping by the market in Fort-de-France. Your sailing route might also include a stopover in Saint-Lucia and thanks to Beboats, you can book your sailing holiday at the best price .
No less than 5 marinas await you in Martinique. You can easily charter either a sailboat or a motorboat all along the coastline. With Beboats, you can rent a privately owned boat or charter a boat through a professional. All you have to do is compare the offers and choose the one that suits you best.
Le Marin is the island's biggest harbour with more than 750 berth places and offers a variety of monohulls and catamarans for your sailing holidays but if you'd prefer to rent a smaller motorboat for a day charter, for a fishing trip for example, you can do that also. The Pointe du Bout marina has over 104 berth spaces. In Fort-de-France, the Etang Z'Abricots harbour counts up to 340 mooring places. The Jennifer Evasion marina has a dry port offering up to 150 places and 30 at the dock. On the East Coast, the François marina accommodates mostly motorboats, where it's also possible to rent a boat without a license. Whatever vessel you decide to rent, you're sure to enjoy the laid back atmostphere of this part of the Caribbean.
You shouldn't have any difficulty in finding a sailboat available for charter in Martinique. It's actually the best solution to discover the island and its most beautiful mooring spots but also the rest of the French Carabbean like the Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin
. Without necessarily going too far, there are just so many things to see when sailing around Martinique on a skippered or bareboat charter . You can charter a sailboat or a catamaran in the Southern part of the island and follow the coast to Pointe Borgnèse and admire its rich marine life with your snorkeling equipment before heading towards the bay of Sainte Anne to top up your tan on les Salines beach where you can admire from afar the famous Rocher du Diamant.
Another possibility is to point your compass towards it, sail around it and head to the cove of Arlets. From there you can sail directly accross to Saint-Lucia and carry on your boating journey through the French Caribbean.
If you have chosen Martinique as your departure base for your sailing holiday on a catamaran in the French Caribbean, you certainly won't regret it. After you have picked your boat up in Le Marin harbour, head South towards Grenadines Islands. You sail up to Bequia, the first island of this gorgeous archipelago and drop anchor at Admiralty bay. Then, sail around Mustique island and indulge yourself in a little swimming at Macaroni Beach (absolutely beautiful). Continue your sailing trip in Mayereau and Tobago Cays before heading back to the Martinique onboard your catamaran. The sailing itinerairies are endless it all depends where you want to sail.
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