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Sample Itinerary St. Marteen

Gypsy Princess was built in May 2012 in Bordeaux, France. In June of that year she made her maiden voyage towards Corsica via the Balearic Islands.

 

With a professional crew of 2 to attend to your every need, this beautiful catamaran offers luxury vacations second to none. Gypsy Princess now charters in St. Martin and St. Barths for February and March. She will return to the British Virgin Islands in April.

For information on chartering please contact us or your trusted yacht broker.

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Day 1

Welcome cocktail in Anse Marcel Marina at 12pm.  Guests settle into their cabins with Itinerary and safety briefings to acquaint them with the boat.  Dinner onboard and evening spent in the marina.

Day 2

Short sail to Tintamarre Island; a secluded island located on the North-East coast of Saint-Martin (45 minutes).  Tintamarre is a marine park that is part of Saint-Martin and offers a beautiful white sandy beach with turquoise waters and sea turtles.  A perfect spot for snorkeling and swimming.   After lunch, we set sail to Fourchue Island (2 hours) where we moor in a crater of an old volcano.  We spend the afternoon snorkeling and for those that are more adventurous, there is a climb up the hill’s of the mountain that provide a spectacular view of the surrounding islands.

 

Day 3

We sail to Gustavia, the main village of St Barths where a 45 minutes sail takes us to a lovely town sun kissed with little red roofs and delightful little buildings.  We explore the narrow streets of the exquisite harbor, shop in the many boutiques and stroll along the cay to view the beautiful yachts that frequent the island.   We then move to Shell Beach, a lovely tiny bay and a beach filled with shells.  There we have the option to find the hidden rope to climb, and jump off the cliffs into the water

 

Day 4

After breakfast, a short sail to Colombia, a stunning bay accessible only by yachts.  Colombier is a marine reserve similar to Fourchue Island, and as such is a paradise for sea turtles. The white sandy beach is gorgeous and allows to swim in very calm water. You can also hike a small trail to discover the north shore of St Barts.

Day 5

Sail to Pinel Island (2 hours) a very well-known tiny island close to Saint-Martin.  After dropping the anchor in shallow water and a white sand bank we enjoy the beach bars and restaurants that the island has to offer.  The island offers a lovely trail that is enjoyable and provides 360 degree views. 

Day 6

Sail to Friar’s Bay (1 Hour).  With a beach bar and restaurant ashore a hiking trail takes us to Happy Bay which is a beautiful secluded beach to enjoy more swimming.  We then sail to Creole Rock for lovely snorkeling on the leeward side of the Rock.  We drop anchor for the last night in Grand-Case Bay.  A typical creole style village which is well known for it’s very good restaurants in the Caribbean.

 

Day 7

Short sail to Anse Marcel marina (30 min). Disembarkation at 12pm.

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