Saint Lucia Island
(1 to 5 days charters)
Map of St Lucia
" J'ai révé, l'autre soir, d'îles plus vertes que le songe "
Welcome in Paradise
Located four hours navigation south of Martinique, St. Lucia is the gateway to the English-speaking Caribbean.
Mountainy, it offers all the charm of wild vegetation dominated by the 'two Pitons' majestic volcano, along with beautiful beaches and authentic villages.
Modern and touristically developed, it offers in its northern part an impressive range of bars, hotels and restaurants whose level of performance rivals the
quality of reception.
The South, remained more rural, will seduce you with its authenticity and the beauty of its landscapes.
The nightlife is renowned for its warm atmosphere and Afro American music. Friday nights... not to be missed!
Rodney Bay, Marigot Bay, Anse Cochon, La Souffriere, La Baie des Pitons... So many places to discover.
Note for French citizens, they can enter St. Lucia with a simple ID card.
The Pitons - St. Lucia
It is not possible to arrange a standard program for St Lucia charters. It will depend greatly on the time you have, your expectations and desires. Feel free to
contact me to discuss about it together.
In any way, it will be organized based on the places described below:
renowned throughout the Caribbean to host the annual Jazz Festival of St. Lucia, the peninsula, located at the entrance of Rodney Bay,
offers a very nice anchorage at its foot.
a hundred yards off Rodney Bay's marina, Gros Islet is a small village very well known for its highly charged atmosphere on Friday nights... "Friday Night" at Gros Islet,
hot, hot, hot!
growing fast in recent years, Rodney Bay offers a newly remodeled marina and an impressive variety of bars and restaurants. Very cleverly developed, offering numerous very
successful sites, this tourist center is sure to appeal to night-out and "good food" lovers.
the capital. It can be reached by minibus from Rodney Bay to visit the market, go shopping or enjoy local cuisine specialties.
Marigot Bay - St. Lucia
almost invisible from the sea, this small natural harbor has also been particularly well laid out and has become the Mecca of yachting in St. Lucia. Cocktails and subdued
atmosphere in the program...
Anse la Raye:
This small fishermen village located in the middle of the island's west coast offers a "Friday Night" calmer than at Gros Islet.
very nice and well protected anchorage in front of a beautiful beach, Anse Cochon offers a magnificent swimming and snorkeling site.
very typical village of Saint Lucia, La Soufriere is worth a stop for a visit and an escapade to the volcano.
L'Anse des Pitons:
truly remarkable, the Pitons are the emblem of St. Lucia. The anchorage in the bay opening between these two huge sugar loaves is just spectacular.