Cabin Charter Catamaran Holiday | Guadeloupe | Caribbean

Price: from 1000 € / pax

Duration: 8 days - Departure period: from April to December

Destinations: Guadeloupe
Pointe-à-Pitre, Marie-Galante, Dominica, Pigeon Island, Islands of the Saints,

Part of the Leeward Islands, Guadeloupe below to a French-speaking archipelago and has a butterfly shape. The most important town is Pointe-à-Pitre which is the starting point for sailing holiday. Center of the Caribbean creole culture is a suitable destination for a sailing vacation.

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Day 1 – Saturday : Pointe-à-Pitre
Board at Marina Bas du Fort on Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe’s largest city. We’ll sail 30 minutes to Îlet du Gosier on the south west coast, which is known for its spectacular coral reef and quiet beaches. This is a wonderful snorkeling spot and there’s also a sunken tug to snorkel nearby. Night on board, at anchor.

Day 2 – Sunday : Marie-Galante
After breakfast we’ll set sail for two hours to Marie-Galante, the island of a hundred windmills, of which 70 can still be seen today. We’ll arrive at Anse Canot on the west coast, one of the island’s most beautiful beaches. You must try the local rum, which is said to be the finest in the world. Lunch on board.
Option*: Bus tour of the island (about 3 hours) where you’ll see impressive ruins of the island’s sugar factory, windmills and grand chateau, which reminds us of the island’s former wealth. You’ll visit a museum, cassava mill and rum distillery.
Dinner and night on board.

Day 3 – Monday : Dominica
After breakfast, we’ll sail four hours to Dominica, ‘The Nature Island of the Caribbean’, It’s one of the most undeveloped islands within the Caribbean and the mountainous, volcanic scenery is unspoilt. We’ll arrive in Portsmouth and explore further after customs and immigration are completed. You’ll be close to the island’s only white-sand beach and the Cabrits National Park with its hiking trails. Lunch on board.
Option*: Rowing boat trip on the Indian River and walk back through the fruit plantations and through Portsmouth village.
Dinner and night on board.

Day 4 – Tuesday : Dominica
Breakfast and explore more of the island.
Option *: Island tour by bus with a driver-guide that includes, North Road, Amerindian Reserve Kalinago, stop in the National Park, the impressive ‘Emerald Pool’ natural waterfall in the rainforest and the island’s south and the west coast. You’ll have lunch in a restaurant in the rainforest and see the famous Trafalgar waterfalls (60m high) with a guide. You’ll return to the boat through the capital, Roseau, and by the west coast.
Dinner and night on board.

Day 5 – Wednesday : Pigeon Island
After breakfast we’ll navigate to the west coast of Guadeloupe, which takes about seven hours with a couple of memorable stops on the way. We’ll lunch at anchor nearby under the wind of the island. After lunch, we’ll sail three hours to the Cousteau Reserve facing Pigeon Island where you’ll be able to see coral, tropical fish, turtles and humpback whales. It’s one of the world’s most renowned dive locations. Dinner and night on board.

Day 6 – Thursday : Islands of the Saints (Les Saintes)
After breakfast, you can relax and enjoy water activities from the boat, snorkeling, swimming and paddleboarding. If you like diving, there is a possibility of scuba diving with local clubs. After lunch we’ll sail three hours to the archipelago of Saintes with its eight islands, mooring at Pain de Sucre. Dinner and night on board.

Day 7 – Friday: Islands of the Saints (Les Saintes)
After breakfast we’ll head to Terre de Haut Bay, the main island and one of the two inhabited islands in the archipelago. We’ll anchor in the bay and you can explore on land. The island has beaches perfect for swimming and fine snorkeling.
Option*: Village tour and walk to the Fort Napoleon, which is now a museum. You’ll get the most wonderful views from the top of the hill, which are worth the walk.
Lunch on board and then some free time before we sail four hours to Îlet du Gosier. Dinner and night on board.
Day 8 – Saturday: Pointe à Pitre
After breakfast you’ll disembark around 10am at Bas du Fort marina.

Yacht type

Catamaran Lagoon 620 Crewed
Layout: 6 Cabins / 6 Head(s)

Boarding / Landing

Boarding in Pointe-à-Pitre at 6 pm / Landing in Pointe-à-Pitre at 10 am

Included

  • Accommodation in air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom
  • (A/C in service from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm)’ Full board (breakfast, lunch, diner)
  • Drinks (table wine), local aperitifs (punch, rum), fruit juice, sodas
  • Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, steward/cook)
  • 2 sets of linen,towels and beach towels per person/week
  • Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
  • Insurance for the yacht and the passengers
  • Water sports on board : snorkelling equipment, sea kayak, fishing gear

Not Included

  • Airfares
  • Transfers airport – base – airport (optional)
  • Cash box (mandatory): To be paid in cash on spot upon arrival
  • ‘Excursions package (optional): 150 Euros per person (price valid for a participation of at least
  • 5 persons), payable upon booking or on spot’

Cruise code: 003

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