Guadeloupe is the perfect place to discover the Caribbean with a catamaran or sailing yacht charter. To this end, there is a rich selection of professionally serviced yachts, fully equipped for relaxation in the open waters and to travel to different destinations between the islands.
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Guadeloupe is a paradise for sailors. It is an ideal island for beginners and experienced sailors who plan to charter a Caribbean yacht. This secluded French treasure is the outermost point of the Leeward Islands. It is one of the largest islands of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean and a thriving French-Creole-style metropolis. First discovered by the Western world in 1493, Guadeloupe adopted many French traditions, mingling with its original roots. Choosing Guadeloupe for your first yacht vacation is the best decision you can make.
Guadeloupe is the perfect place to discover your love for the Caribbean with a catamaran rental or sailing yacht charter. You have a choice of many different professionally serviced yachts that are fully equipped to work in open waters or that allow you to jump to different places on the island at your leisure. We want your yacht charter in Guadeloupe to be memorable and enjoyable, and we do our best to ensure that your yacht vacation meets the highest quality standards.
If you are a nature lover, visit Guadeloupe National Park in Baster. This national park is also a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and offers over 300 kilometers of hiking trails to see the beautiful flora and fauna that inhabits the island. Climb the Soufriere volcano, and on the way back visit the Carbet waterfall, where, due to the high volcanic slopes, a stunning view of the waterfall opens. Your path will be lined with mahogany and bamboo trees, as well as some of the hundreds of orchid species endemic to Guadeloupe.
Scuba diving and scuba diving are some of the most popular excursions in the Caribbean, and there is no better place than the Jacques Cousteau underwater reserve in Guadeloupe . This underwater reserve is located off the coast of Baster Ter, near the waters of Dove Island. Beginners can snorkel on shallow reefs or take a boat trip with a glass bottom, while experienced divers are encouraged to explore the depths of these beautiful waters. On your tour of Cousteau Nature Reserve you can find sea turtles, parrots, barracudas and hundreds of marine plants and corals that you may never have seen before.
Pointe a Pitre is a place for shopaholics and for finding the perfect souvenir that you can take home with you. In this vibrant city, you can find French luxury goods, cosmetics, and jewelry in the center of St. John Pers, while St. Anthony offers open markets filled with Creole food, handmade crafts, and shopkeepers dressed as brightly as art and the clothes they sell.
Guadeloupe, like most Caribbean islands, is known for its rum. If you want to see historic distilleries and taste some of the best Caribbean wines, take a ferry to visit Marie Galante. Most tours start on Hundred Stoyakov Island , where you will get an overview of the history of colonization, the history of rum production and guided tours of distilleries operating in the late 15th century. Marie Galante wineries are known for containing 59% alcohol by volume, while other Caribbean rums contain no more than 40-50%. Famous distilleries such as Distillerie Poisson (Pére Labat) and Bielle Distillery are popular tourist attractions for tasting and buying rum for home.
We offer various rental options for boats, sailing yachts, catamarans and luxury yachts so you can plan your vacation in the Caribbean. Our team will ensure that you are equipped with a reliable sailing yacht that matches your experience level and destination plans. We also offer crew assistance, equipment and even rental of water sports for fishing, kayaking and much more. If you plan to rent a yacht in Guadeloupe, we can do it.
We recommend that you plan your trip for the first half of the year to avoid rain and thunderstorms and experience calmer waters. If you are a beginner, we recommend that you hire a skipper for a yacht charter to help with navigation and learn more advanced sailing techniques.