Martin H. rented a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 47
Published Feb 6, 2019
Vittorio A. rented a Nautitech 482
Published Jan 13, 2019
Enora rented a Lagoon 380
Published Apr 18, 2017
Cyrille rented a Fountaine Pajot Mahé 36
Published Feb 9, 2018
Geraldine rented a Pacific Craft 670 OPEN
Published Dec 10, 2018
Renting a boat in Martinique will provide you with an unforgettable experience. Immerse yourself in the Caribbean waters; Swim with dolphins, and follow exotic fish. During the day, relax whilst getting involved in activities such as snorkelling, surfing, kite surfing, windsurfing, or go golfing on land.
Embark in Martinique to discover the Caribbean, otherwise there is always the option to explore the island of flowers which has incomparable marine flora. Sail between the idyllic bays of the Lesser Antilles and guarantee yourself a successful holiday; in outboard, or in catamaran, in sail and yacht, the turquoise waters are yours to explore.
Ideal meteorological conditions, unusual reefs and accessible and pleasant anchorages await you. Martinique is part of the Windward Islands and offers heavenly landscapes, especially on the South Coast. The protected coves here are also perfect for diving. On land, the fishing villages will enchant you. The Port du Marin is easily accessible from Lamentin Airport.
Take advantage of this to discover Sainte-Luce, a fishing village with splendid beaches such as Gros Raisins , Anse Mabouya or Garde Corps or the Anses d'Arlet. The special and unique thing about this village is that it has remained authentic, it is renowned for its coves, and beaches of white or black sand, which are essential for the amateurs of scuba diving: Anse Noire, Anse Dufour, Grande Anse, Beach of the town and Petite Anse .
During the day aboard your sailboat or catamaran, you can also discover Saint-Anne, whose most famous beach is the Salines. It is considered one of the most beautiful beaches of the Lesser Antilles or the Rocher du Diamant. The Trois-îlets is a very typical village whose market on the place of the church is not to be missed. You will also be able to visit Le Vauclin, a small fishing village whose magnificent coastline offers beautiful beaches or Le Francois, a commune known for its numerous islets and "white grounds " where the famous Josephine bathtub is located. The coral reefs here protect the Bay of François from the wind and the swell.