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St. Lucia Yacht Charter

Overview

Our new base in Rodney Bay, St Lucia is situated along the northwest coast of this magnificent island, providing you with a new gateway from which to explore the Windward isles.

Unspoilt, romantic, welcoming; St. Lucia offers the perfect escape. Explore the picturesque Marigot Bay, dine at beach-side restaurants, snorkel the reef, or admire the view from the top of Gros Piton. Feeling a little more adventurous?

On St Lucia you can enjoy a tram ride through the rain forest, visit the dormant volcano La Soufriere (a must see of any visit to St Lucia), experience a zip-line ride against the backdrop of the Pitons, have a soak in the mud beneath the Sulphur Springs or take a ‘Rhythm of Rum’ tour.

Our sailing area includes the islands of St. Vincent, Bequia, Mustique, Mayreau, and Tobago Cays – some of the finest sailing grounds in the Caribbean. From the lush, volcanic heights of St Vincent, to the underwater playground of the world-famous Tobago Cays, the opportunities for adventure and discovery are unrivaled. Although St. Lucia has a population of about 160,000, its expansive banana plantations, picturesque hamlets, and beautiful harbors are more reminiscent of the Caribbean when it was less developed.

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  • Amazing snorkeling spots
  • Sublime white sandy beaches
  • Soufriére Volcano & Pitons
  • Unspoilt Caribbean
  • Exhilirating Sailing Conditions
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Sailing in St. Lucia

St Lucia is the ideal sailing holiday destination, with outstanding sailing conditions and consistent trade winds, combined with spectacular scenery and plenty of beautiful shetlered ports and bays. Not only is St Lucia the perfect destination, but the surrounding islands of Mustique, St Vincent, Bequia and the Tobago Cays are all within easy reach.

Whilst St Lucia is a Level 3 sailing destination, it is mainly line of sight sailing, but also offers the choice of longer passages for the more adventurous sailor.The winter months are the time to visit for exciting and challenging sailing – in summer, the sailing is smoother and more relaxed. Winds in the winter are generally north-easterly, south-easterly in the summer months. Temperatures range from 23° to 35° C (75° - 95° F).

What's Included?

To make sure that you get the most out of your St Lucia Yacht Charter, we have equipped all of our yachts with all the best kit to help provide comfort, performance and fun onboard; so all that’s left for you to do is relax and enjoy your sailing holiday with family and friends.

St. Lucia Highlights

Cruising in the Pitons is certainly magic to the eyes of cruisers heading south to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, marking an entry into the charm of the Eastern Caribbean. The twin conical peaks of Petit Piton (elevation 2,460 ft) and Gros Piton (elevation 2,619 ft) are among the most noteworthy landmarks on St. Lucia. Just north of Petit Piton is the small town of Soufriére (it shares the name of the nearby dormant volcano, the only one in the world it’s possible to drive a car right inside!).


  • Admiralty Bay Bequia

    The beautiful island of Bequia is rich in maritime history and renowned for its long-standing traditions of whaling and boat-building. In Admiralty Bay, there are artisan workshops, a maritime museum and a turtle sanctuary to visit, terrific hiking trails and the Devil’s Table dive site to explore and, after all that activity, wonderful restaurants to relax in.

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  • Bequia

    The stunningly beautiful island of Bequia is famous for its traditions of boat-building and whaling. Boats are still built on the island and a visit to one of the island’s boat-building workshops is one of the highlights of a Bequia yacht charter. Port Elizabeth has excellent shopping and a fine choice of restaurants. Nature lovers will want to visit the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary. Diving at Devil’s Table is another activity not to be missed.

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  • Marigot Bay

    A Marigot Bay yacht charter brings you to the scenic west coast of St. Lucia and the picturesque and charming town of Marigot Bay. This is a spot that has plenty of bars and restaurants that are well used to extending a warm welcome to visiting sailors. The eco-friendly Marigot Bay marina has excellent facilities, including chic shops and a spa.

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  • Mayreau

    Beautiful Mayreau is postcard-perfect Caribbean. With clear turquoise waters and sparkling white sand beaches, some lovely walks, a few (but not too many) bars and restaurants, and the promise of good food, live music and some mean cocktails at Righteous Bob’s. A Mayreau boat charter offers a bit of everything that you’re looking for on a Caribbean sailing holiday.

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  • Mustique

    A Mustique yacht charter allows you to visit this exclusive and beautiful island, long a favorite with rock stars and royalty. You can hike or mountain-bike through the lush, green interior, ride a horse along Macaroni Beach or simply settle in at the famous Basil’s Bar for an hour or two of celebrity spotting.

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  • Rodney Bay St. Lucia

    Your Rodney Bay yacht charter brings you to the northern coast of St. Lucia, popular with the yachting and sports-fishing fraternities. Rodney Bay itself caters well to an established tourist industry, with plenty of shops, spas, galleries, bars and restaurants to choose between. A visit to the nearby Pigeon Island National Park and the Jacques Cousteau Underwater Park should not be missed.

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  • Tobago Cays

    The huge Horseshoe Reef that protects these five deserted islets, provides some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world. Petit Bateau provides a shaded beach to the north and an easterly beach that is the best choice for beginning snorkelers as it has calm shallow water. You can’t miss the turtles that swim in abundance here.

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