Overview

Awaken your senses to a delightful mix of French flair and laid-back Caribbean vibes when you experience a Martinique yacht charter. Martinique sits between St. Lucia and Dominica in the Lesser Antilles. The volcanic-formed island offers international visitors a little bit of everything—from delectable French-Creole cuisine to exotic black-sand beaches and scenic hiking excursions. Martinique’s cultural melting pot seamlessly blends cosmopolitan appeal and local island charm, making it a top destination among style-savvy fashionistas, adventure enthusiasts and avid sailors.

Cruising in Martinique

Set against a backdrop of lush tropical rainforests, forested mountain tops and dazzling shorelines, a Martinique yacht charter lets you reap the benefits of the island’s tropical climate and desirable cruising conditions. On average, temperatures range between 75-86˚F and north-easterly trade winds persist throughout the year. With line-of-sight navigation in your favor and reasonable distances in between anchorages, itineraries are both fun-filled and flexible. Martinique’s cruising grounds provide buoys and moorings balls throughout.

Martinique Highlights

A Martinique yacht charter with The Moorings is your all-access pass to French-Caribbean paradise in its purest form. The coastline is kissed by secluded harbors, prime snorkeling spots, as well as a handful of hot springs. The rainforests and guided trails make Martinique a haven for hiking enthusiasts, while the peaks of Carbet and Mont Pelée offer especially breathtaking views. The capital city of Fort de France is the mecca for French-Caribbean culture that every visitor must explore for themselves. Feast your eyes on natural and man-made forms of beauty at Saint-Pierre’s underwater sculpture park, tour Habitation Clement’s antique rum distillery, and tempt your taste buds with the flakiest croissants you’ve ever sunk your teeth into.

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