Martinique Yacht Charter
Interesting Fact About Martinique
Prior to Columbus’s first visit, the island was inhabited by Carib Indians from South America. France claimed Martinique in 1635. Martinique lies in the heart of the Lesser Antilles between Dominica and St. Lucia. Dubbed as the “Rum Capital of the World” Martinique is home to 12 brands of rum.
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- Itinerary - 7 days
- Itinerary - 14 days
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Martinique is one of the shining jewels of the French Caribbean. Martinique offers the classic Caribbean package of flawless beaches – white sand on the south coast, and black sand on the north coast. There are secluded coves perfect for swimming and snorkeling, reefs, unspoiled fishing villages, hot springs, lush rainforests, rugged peaks and exotic flowers and fruit everywhere.
Martinique officially became part of France in 1815, and has been a Region of France since 1974. Fort de France, the capital, celebrates every aspect of French culture with style and panache – from the excellence of its cuisine to the chic sophistication of its fine resorts, hotels, and shops. The enticing friendliness, music, dance, food, and culture of the West Indies combine with everything French to create a unique way of life.
The Dream Yacht Charter base at Le Marin is just a short ride from the airport, and the marina is set at the end of a beautiful lagoon. It includes all the facilities any sailor could need: well-stocked chandleries, a supermarket, and restaurants. The marina at Le Marin is one of the largest in the Caribbean that caters specifically to pleasure boats, and is just a day’s sail from the Grenadines.
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