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Caribbean Cabin charter cruise | New Year holidays

Sailing holiday in catamaran - Cabin charter - Guadeloupe, Guadeloupe - Yacht: Lagoon 400 - Guadalupa Dream

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Sailing to Guadeloupe, Antigua and Barbuda for New Year's Eve Party!  Our Departure Island is Guadalupa, The Green Caribbean Butterfly. Guadeloupe is an integral part of France that embraces calm lagoons, private coves, easterly trade winds and line-of-sight sailing; absolutely perfect for a yacht-charter experience. Our Catamaran will be started from Marina Bas du Fort, a Marina designed for your comfort and your pleasure! Located in unique surroundings, close to Pointe-à-Pitre downtown as well as the international Airport (6 kms). From Marina di Bas du Fort we will sailing in the Antigua and Barbuda too....

Barbuda is one of the very few islands in the Caribbean that remains, and probably will remain, undeveloped. The feel of a deserted island. There are various tropical birds that inhabit a section of the northwest lagoon. Palmetto Point & Coco Point are  are the loveliest spots in the Caribbean. There is a white sand beach stretching for at least eleven miles... a Paradise really!

The island of Antigua has 365 beaches and offers a complex coastline of idyllic harbors, coves, and secluded white powdery-sand beaches. Inland, there’s also a small rainforest where you can go on an exciting zip-line adventure.
 Antigua is steeped in history for it’s remnants of the British Royal Navy and the sugar mill industry. It has become a highly sought-after destination in the Caribbean, yet it still offers a low-key, relaxed atmosphere. ‘Liming in Da Caribbean’ is the island’s motto for every day life.

Visited places


  1. Pointe è Pitre - Guadalupa Harbour

    Pointe è Pitre - Guadalupa  Harbour

    Guests will all meet up at Pointe à Pitre Marine Base where the catamaran check-in and a briefing with the skipper will he held.

    The boat’s galley, food and drink purchase and storage will be buy with our Skipper.

    After all we will ready for a dinner in Guadeloupe Harbour, Marina Bas-du-Fort has numerous services entirely dedicated to your comfort upon your arrival... right up to your departure.

    Visited places

    Day 1
  2. West Side of Guadalupe

     West Side of Guadalupe

    After breakfast we will set sail to west Guadeloupe.

    On the way, we will stop at the relaxing soak baths on the west side of Guadalupe.

    Further leisure stops will include Anse Crawen and Grande Anse Petite. By night we will anchor under the Caribbean stars.

    Visited places

    Day 2
  3. Antigua Jolly Harbour

    Antigua Jolly Harbour

    Just after breakfast and a bath we will set to Carlisle Bay, Antigua for a refreshing swim.

    Later we will drop the anchor at Jolly Harbour, which is one of the most comfortable bays of the island.

    By evening, we will take a stroll around the various bars and entertainment attractions at the marina. Antigua is considered the jewel of the Lesser Antilles, named by Columbus, in honour of the virgin he adored in Seville, Santa Maria la Antigua.

    The island still retains a traditional character, especially in some neighbourhood of Saint John's and outside the resorts areas.

    Visited places

    Day 3
  4. Antigua - Barbuda

    Antigua - Barbuda
    Shortly after breakfast on-board, we will set sail towards Barbuda, the second largest island of the beautiful twin Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda.
    We will make a stop in Deep Bay and then head to Cocoa Bay, where we will spend the night .

    Visited places

    Day 4
  5. Palmetto Beach Barbuda

    Palmetto Beach Barbuda

    The next destination will be Palmetto Point where we will make a leisure stop to relax under the sun and take an invigorating swim.

    Later on we will sail towards Low Bay, and remain there for the night. The west coast is made up of numerous stunning white sandy beaches. The most famous one leads from Palmetto Point to Cedar Tree Point, where there are optical effects of tiny shells brought by the sea and dawn is tinged in shades of pink.

    The tiny island of Barbuda (with a surface area of only 160 km) is a haven of peace and tranquility.

    Visited places

    Day 5
  6. Barbuda- Antigua

    Barbuda- Antigua

    In the morning, we will depart again for Antigua. When we reach the island, we will swim and sunbath in Judge Bay.

    Later we will pull the anchor up and sail to Tenpoud Bay, where we will spend the night.

    Visited places

    Day 6
  7. Antigua- Guadalupe

    Antigua- Guadalupe
    Upon waking up in the morning, we will set sail to Half Moon Bay for a nice stopover. Later on we will head to Pigeon Island (Guadeloupe), where we will spend the night.

    Visited places

    Day 7
  8. Iles des Saintes - Guadalupa

    Iles des Saintes - Guadalupa

    We will depart to Iles des Saintes, sailing along several bays and beaches which we will explore on the way... Just 10 km (6 mi) south of Guadeloupe, these idyllic tropical jewels float like exotic dreams in the Caribbean sea.

    Of the eight little islands, only two are inhabited, and picturesque Terre-de-Haut is the one travelers visit first.

    Visited places

    Day 8
  9. St Anne Beach - Guadeloupe.

    St Anne Beach -  Guadeloupe.

    Another beautiful day will be spent in some of the nicer and secluded spots of Guadeloupe: St Anne Beach is the place to visit if you’re dreaming of a beach fringed with palm trees and turquoise waters on the tropical island of Guadeloupe.

    For the night we will came back in Marina in Pointe è Pitre to spend the last night.

    Visited places

    Day 9
  10. Breakfast and disembarkation, Pointe è Pitre

    Breakfast and disembarkation, Pointe è Pitre

    Breakfast and disembarkation at 9 am.

    Visited places

    Day 10