Marina du Marine - Fort de France, Martinique

Our BeBlue skippers will take you to an unforgettable holiday, sailing on a catamaran among Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, the Grenadines and the wonderful coral reefs of the Tobago Cays, moving from one atoll to the next to discover an uncontaminated nature in complete respect and harmony with the surrounding environment. Your skipper will let you discover reefs with myriads of tropical fishes and picture-perfect beaches that will leave you speechless.

DEPARTURE BASE Boarding and disembarkation at Marina du Marin, Martinique

Check-in from 5 pm on Januray 19,  January 28 or February 7

Checkout at 11 am on January 28, February 7 or February 16

Possibility of customized cruises by choosing departure day and duration.

Travel assistance Accommodation in double cabin with bathroom
Skipper (Italian) Tender with outboard engine
Bed linen AXA  health insurance
Flights Transfer from/to the Marina

Excursions (optional)

Dinners (optional)

Hostess (upon request)

Cancellation insurance (optional)

BeBlue Pack (mandatory, to pay when boarding): €200 per person (final cleaning, fuel, port fees, food and beverages, barbeque on the beach and dinner on Union Island)


€1,210 per person in double cabin with private bathroom.

Discounts available for early booking, last minute and for renting the whole boat.

Ask for a quotation for a customized cruise by choosing duration and days of departure and arrival.


Additional information

Included services Skipper, Travel assistance, Fuel, Final cleaning, Bed linen, Dinghy with outboard engine, Bed linen and towels, Harbour fees, Food and beverage, Hostess, Double cabin spot, Heath insurance
Language Italian and english.
Class Catamaran
Product ID 62


Day 1 - Check-in:

At the airport of Fort de France (Martinique), you can take a taxi alone or in a group to reach (in about half an hour) the port of Le Marin, located in a quiet bay surrounded by mangroves and protected from the sea by islets and coral reefs. Once arrived, you can go shopping for the trip or, in case you chose the hostess service option, you can already get aboard your catamaran starting from 5 pm, to enjoy the typical local aperitif followed by a dinner on board or at one of the characteristic restaurants in town. Overnight stay on board.


Day 2

After breakfast, we set sail towards Martinique to cross, carried by trade winds, the canal where Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea meet, reaching after some hours the island of Saint Lucia, where we will moor in Soufrière Bay, nearby the two Pitons, two spectacular uplands that are part of the Unesco World Heritage. For the ones who don’t want to just swim and sunbath, it is possible to reach by taxi from the town of Soufrière Sulphur Spring, natural spa with thermal waters and mud, or walk to the Diamond Falls, located in the middle of a natural area rich in tropical vegetation. In the evening, you can have dinner aboard or in one of the restaurants in Soufrière.


Day 3

We leave in the early morning to reach the island of Saint Vincent. After a visit to Wallilabou Bay, location from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean – The Curse of the Black Pearl, we will head for Cumberland Bay, where it is possible to go ashore for shopping or walk along the Cumberland Trail, natural habitat for the parrot of Saint Vincent, the Amazona Guidingii.


Day 4

After breakfast and once we have weighed anchor, we head for the island of Bequia, entrance door to the archipelago of the Grenadines. We will stop in Admiralty Bay, where we find the famous white beaches of Lower Bay and Princess Margaret. In the afternoon, we can visit the capital, Port Elizabeth, little and lively town with colorful neighborhoods and omnipresent portraits of the Queen of England. Lovers of marine fauna can also book a trip to the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary, interesting example of protection of the sea turtles. We conclude the day with an optional dinner at The Fig Tree, little restaurant overlooking the bay, with live music.


Day 5

With the sails driven by trade winds, we reach the northern point of the island of Mayreau to enjoy the white beach and the quiet waters of Salt Whistle Bay. From the beach, through a short walk, you can reach the village and enjoy a wonderful view over the Tobago Cays. Mayreau also offers the possibility to have some good fish dishes in little and typical restaurants.


Day 6

This day is dedicated to the natural wonders of the Tobago Cays, five uninhabited islets surrounded by a turquoise sea. With the tender, we will take you snorkeling around Horse Shoe Reef, a place full of multicolor fishes, and let you admire the sea turtles of the reserve of Baradal, discover the tropical flora and fauna including iguanas and colorful birds in Petit Bateau, James Bay and Petit Rameau, and see another location from “Pirates of the Caribbean” in Petit Tobac. Dinner will be aboard, under a sky full of stars.


Day 7

After the last swims in the marine park of the Tobago Cays, we will go to the south to reach Petit Saint Vincent. We will dedicate the day to immersions and snorkeling, with a visit to Mopion, an uninhabited islet surrounded by coral reefs with a single palm tree in the middle, perfect place for a souvenir photo. To conclude the day, we can have dinner on the beach on Petit Saint Vincent, at Goatie’s, with grilled fresh fish accompanied by some reggae music.


Day 8

Early in the morning, we head towards Musique, favorite island of the Hollywood jet set and famous people from all over the world. We will swim around the most beautiful beaches of the island (Macaroni and Blue Lagoon) and, if you wish, you can admire the facades of the villas while moving around by golf car. We will then enjoy an aperitif on the beach at the famous Basil’s Bar, which, in the end of January, will be the location of the Blues Festival and that offers live music every night.


Day 9

We leave at dawn to reach Saint Vincent, where we will visit the capital, Kingstown, with the possibility to go shopping among the stands of Market Square and of walking around the Botanic Gardens, to admire the main floristic species of the Caribbean. Kingstown, thanks to the near airport, offers the possibility to leave earlier if anyone needs. Dinner will be at one of the many restaurants in town or aboard.


Day 10

In the morning we will arrive in Saint Lucia, where we can take the last swim in Rodnay Bay, go shopping at the typical Caribbean market of the capital, Castries, and have dinner in some local bar or take part in the famous friday night jump-up of Gros Islet.

In the morning, we will enjoy the sunrise while travelling towards Martinique, before going back to the port of Le Marin and leave the boat around 11 am.


The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and non-binding.


Technical sheet:

Type: Lagoon 42
Year: 2018
Length: 12.80 mt
Beds: 10 (8 guests +2 crew)
Cabins: 4+1
WC / Shower: 4
Width: 7.70 mt
Draught: 1.25 mt
Engine power: 2 x 45 hp
Fuel tank: 400 l
Water tank: 600 l



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