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Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe (Dream Yacht Charter)

Pointe-à-pitre, guadeloupe (dream yacht charter).

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Dream Yacht Charter Pointe-à-Pître 1 Porte de la marina Marina Bas du Fort, Ponton N 10 97110 Pointe à Pitre Guadeloupe

Base manager:  Vincent Aubry, +590 (0) 690 81 81 68 [email protected]

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Base opening hours Everyday: 08:00 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 18:00

Check-in The boat is ready for handover at 17:30 . Departure the next morning, after a briefing.

Late arrival It is possible to arrive later if you have made an agreement with the base personnel. If you arrive out of office hours please contact us, so we can arrange a transfer.  The base is locked, and only DYC's driver has access.

Check-out The boat must be back at the base the evening before check-out. The boat must be left and handed over at  10:00 on the day of check-out.

Sail restrictions Note that there are limitations on what other islands you can sail to the Caribbean, and strict regulations regarding entry.

Distance to the nearest airport Pointe-à-Pitre International: 6 km

Groceries A supermarket is located right on the marina. It is possible to pre-book.

Route suggestion

Departure: Pointe-à-Pitre Total distance: ca 200 nautical miles

  • Day 1: Pointe-à-Pitre
  • Day 2: Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe
  • Day 3: Pigeon Island
  • Day 4: Anse La Barque
  • Day 5: Gosier
  • Day 6: Saint Louis, Marie-Galante
  • Day 7: Terre d'en Bas, Les Saintes
  • Day 8: Rosseau, Dominica
  • Day 9: Portsmouth, Dominica
  • Day 10: Terre d'en Haut, Les Saintes
  • Day 11: Grand Bourg, Marie-Galante
  • Day 12: Petite Terre
  • Day 13: St. Anne, Guadeloupe
  • Day 14: Pointe-à-Pitre
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Discover the Caribbean’s Butterfly Island with Guadeloupe Yacht Charters

Picture yourself sailing through turquoise waters, surrounded by lush green hills and pristine white-sand beaches. Welcome to Guadeloupe, the enchanting Butterfly Island in the heart of the Caribbean. A Guadeloupe yacht charter offers an unforgettable journey filled with luxury, adventure, and the island’s captivating beauty. Let’s dive into the world of Guadeloupe and uncover the elements that make it an extraordinary sailing destination.

A Brief History and Overview of Guadeloupe

Located in the Lesser Antilles, Guadeloupe is an overseas region of France, known for its rich history and diverse culture. The island’s past is steeped in the traditions of the indigenous Arawak and Carib people, as well as the era of European colonisation. Guadeloupe’s unique blend of French, African, and Caribbean influences is evident in its architecture, cuisine, and vibrant arts scene. With its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and fascinating wildlife, Guadeloupe is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Location and Sailing Areas

Situated in the Eastern Caribbean, Guadeloupe is an archipelago composed of two main islands, Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre, as well as several smaller islands, such as Les Saintes, Marie-Galante, and La Désirade. The island’s diverse landscapes, from the volcanic peaks of Basse-Terre to the serene lagoons of Grande-Terre, provide numerous opportunities for sailing, swimming, and snorkelling.

Best Marinas and Anchorages

Guadeloupe boasts a range of marinas and anchorages to cater to the needs of yacht charter enthusiasts. Some of the best marinas and anchorages in the region include:

  • Marina Bas-du-Fort : Located in Pointe-à-Pitre, this well-equipped marina offers a range of services and amenities for yacht charters, as well as easy access to the island’s bustling capital.
  • Marina de Rivière-Sens : Situated on the southwest coast of Basse-Terre, this picturesque marina provides a tranquil setting for a yacht charter experience, with excellent facilities and access to nearby attractions.
  • Anse des Saintes : A beautiful anchorage in the Les Saintes archipelago, offering a serene escape with turquoise waters, white-sand beaches, and charming village life.

Why Guadeloupe is a Fantastic Sailing Destination

Guadeloupe’s allure as a sailing destination lies in its diverse landscapes, rich culture, and unspoiled beauty. The island’s pristine waters and steady trade winds create ideal sailing conditions for both novice and experienced sailors. Guadeloupe’s vibrant marine life, including colourful coral reefs and tropical fish, make it a haven for snorkelling and scuba diving enthusiasts. The island’s unique blend of adventure, luxury, and natural beauty ensures a truly unforgettable yacht charter experience.

Must-Do, Must-See, and Must-Experience

  • Trek through the lush rainforests : Explore Guadeloupe’s extensive network of hiking trails, including the awe-inspiring La Soufrière volcano and the picturesque Carbet Falls.
  • Discover the island’s vibrant underwater world : Experience Guadeloupe’s diverse marine life and stunning coral reefs through snorkelling and diving in the island’s pristine waters.
  • Immerse yourself in local culture : Visit the lively markets of Pointe-à-Pitre and Basse-Terre, where you can shop for local crafts, spices, and produce while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere.
  • Explore the Les Saintes archipelago : Sail to the charming islands of Les Saintes, boasting picture-perfect beaches, crystal-clear waters, and a laid-back Caribbean vibe.
  • Visit the historic Fort Fleur d’Épée : Discover Guadeloupe’s colonial past through a visit to this 18th-century fortress, offering panoramic views of the island and a glimpse into its history.
  • Savour local cuisine : Indulge in the mouthwatering flavours of Guadeloupe’s Creole dishes, such as accras de morue (cod fritters), bokit (a local sandwich), and freshly caught seafood, at one of the island’s charming eateries or street food stalls.
  • Relax on the pristine beaches : Unwind on the powdery white-sand beaches of Grande-Terre or the secluded black-sand beaches of Basse-Terre, where you can bask in the warm Caribbean sun and swim in the azure waters.

Weather Conditions and Best Time to Sail

Guadeloupe enjoys a warm, tropical climate with year-round temperatures averaging between 23-30°C (73-86°F). The island’s location within the trade wind belt ensures consistent breezes, providing excellent sailing conditions. The dry season, which runs from December to April, is the best time to sail in Guadeloupe, as it offers drier, cooler weather and calmer seas. The wet season, from May to November, sees increased rainfall and the risk of tropical storms, but this period can still offer enjoyable sailing experiences for those seeking a more secluded adventure.

In conclusion, a Guadeloupe yacht charter promises a luxurious and thrilling Caribbean experience like no other. As you sail the turquoise waters, explore the lush rainforests, and immerse yourself in the island’s rich culture, you’ll soon understand why Guadeloupe is considered one of the Caribbean’s most enchanting sailing destinations. Embark on your unforgettable journey and discover the captivating beauty of Guadeloupe for yourself.

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Guadeloupe yacht charter tourist information.

http://www.guadeloupe-islands.com/

Please see: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr

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https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/guadeloupe

Marie-Galante Airport (or Les Bases Airport) (GBJ) Grand-Bourg, Marie-Galante Pointe-à-Pitre Airport (or Le Raizet Airport) (PTP) Pointe-à-Pitre, Grande-Terre Saint-François Airport (SFC) Saint-François, Grande-Terre

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Guadeloupe Yacht Charters

Experience the ultimate luxury sailing vacation on a Guadeloupe yacht charter and explore the breathtaking turquoise waters of the Caribbean . With our luxury yacht charter, you’ll have the opportunity to discover the seven islands in the archipelago, including The Saints, Marie Galante, and Petite Terre.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant marine life of the Cousteau Marine Reserve, established in this wonderful basin, perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. With trade winds in your favor, you’ll enjoy a first-class sailing experience while exploring one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

Guadeloupe is home to one of Earth’s most active volcanoes. Also known as the “Butterfly Island”, with its many different landscapes offering visitors an experience unlike any other. From beaches lined with white sand and lagoons to deep rainforests full of exotic plants and animals. This island will, without a doubt, enchant you.

Our yachts are available all year round. So, no matter what season it is, you’ll be able to experience one of our special charters. There’s always something new waiting for you at every turn; start the journey to your dream destination!

Book your luxury yacht charter now and create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.

Please note that weather patterns can vary, and it’s always a good idea to check the local forecast before planning your yacht charter.  The temperatures shown are average temperatures.

Dry season, relatively cool and pleasant with low humidity.

Similar to January, dry with comfortable temperatures.

Slightly warmer, still part of the dry season.

Transition to the wet season, occasional showers.

Beginning of the wet season, increased humidity and rainfall.

Warmer, frequent short-lived showers.

Warm, humid, with regular showers.

Peak of the wet season, hot and humid.

Hot and humid, high rainfall.

Decrease in rainfall, still warm.

Transition back to the dry season, less humidity.

Beginning of the dry season, pleasant and mild.

Guadeloupe Yacht Charter Attractions

Les saintes.

Is a mind-blowing, dainty archipelago which is home to some of the most beautiful bays in the world. If you are seeking an epic experience here in Les Saintes, hiking up to Fort Josephine would be an excellent first choice. At the summit, you will enjoy a 360 ̊ view over this small group of islands. On clear days you can even see Dominica, Basse-Terre and Marie Galante in the distance. This ancient fort provides spectacular sea views, with cannons facing outwards as if still protecting against invaders from centuries ago. Within the walls of the fort, a wealth of history at the museum. Other highlights of this hike include baby goats and iguanas scampering around enjoying their freedom.

Basse Terre

Sailing across the Canal des Saintes, past Vieux Fort Lighthouse, gives a great perspective of “La Souffrière”, Basse-Terre’s active volcano; witness clouds slowly disperse to reveal an enticing view of the volcano. Snorkelling with turtles in Japanese Garden in Malendure (Reserve Cousteau) also offers a lifelong memory and experience.

To see inland Guadeloupe, the Basse Terre rainforest and coffee tour is a must and you will, without a doubt, learn about local plants, trees and producers. The waterfalls are endless and with their beautiful bounty of flowers, the island is capable of producing large amount of spices and natural homeopathic remedies!

Les Bains Thomas

Les Bains Thomas is a hot spring area along the coast of Basse-Terre. It’s an excellent place to mix with locals and enjoy natural volcanic minerals, as well as fantastic sunsets on the ocean side of Basse Terre. Watch out for green flashes at sunset. While sipping your sunset cocktails, it’s not uncommon at all to see whales and dolphins not far offshore in large numbers. In fact, it has become quite a common occurrence to be greeted by their majestic beauty. You may also have the privilege of hearing their calls and songs as you snorkel or scuba dive.

Marie Galante

We offer another land excursion in Marie Galante: Visit the “Père Labat” distillery (Still using old machinery) and the “Maison Murat”, which is now a Museum dedicated to the slavery period. Dropping anchor at Grande Anse, allows you to enjoy the very large, desolate, quaint bay, as you blissfully stroll in search of sand dollars or conch shells.

Water Sports

For the more active, have fun water-tubing and wakeboarding over stunning turquoise waters, leading up to white sand beaches surrounded by white cliffs. Anse Canot has it all, including breath-taking views and great fishing!

Example Itinerary for Your Guadeloupe Yacht Charter

Experience the ultimate luxury on a custom yacht charter tailored just for you! Contact us now to plan your dream itinerary.

This is a sample itinerary that might be altered by the captain depending on weather factors or guests’ requests.

Check in, drop off your luggage during the day and explore the local marina area before boarding. Upon arrival, enjoy a refreshing welcome cocktail onboard as we depart for our first anchorage, Bane Rose, in the protected Bay of Pointe à Pitre before sunset.

Petit Havre

Following breakfast, the adventure starts. Our first stop will be the small natural harbor of "Petit Havre," where it's time to jump in for some snorkeling before lunch. Afterward, we'll head up to the pretty town of "Sainte Anne," famous for its white sand beach and spectacular handicraft village and spices market. You will enjoy these Caribbean flavors! Then, back on your yacht to enjoy the sunset over "Basse-Terre" while sipping a cocktail.

Marie-Galante

We head out after breakfast in search of dolphins and whales as we make our way to the island of Marie-Galante, named after one of Christopher Columbus' ships. We'll be moored in the stunning bay of "Anse Canot": Snorkeling, diving, kayaking, stand-up paddling, and beachcombing are on the program. Marie-Galante has remained rural and lives in rhythm with sugar cane cultivation. The countryside is covered with ruffled sugar canes with splashes of white. You can frequently come across carts on the roads during harvest time, full of canes pulled along by oxen, on their way to one of the three distilleries: Bielle, Bellevue, or Poisson. We strongly recommend the tour of the distilleries. After you visit the distillery, your boat will be waiting for you with, once again, cocktails & sunset waiting for you onboard...

After a morning swim, we set sail to "Les Saintes". Discovered by Christopher Columbus on "All Saints" Day, this archipelago was the stake of many battles between the French and the English: a strategic site qualified as the "Gibraltar of Guadeloupe". Anchored in this beautiful bay, we can go ashore and discover the little French fishing village of Bourg des Saintes, an adorable seaside town that is sparkling clean and picturesque. Flowers grow in abundance, and no one is in a hurry. A few things to do: Fort Napoleon, Pompiere Beach, and shopping!!

Ilêts Pigeon

Set sail after breakfast towards Ilêts Pigeon, and visit the world-famous "Réserve Cousteau", a diving and snorkeling paradise. On our way, stop in one of the many gorgeous bays for lunch: Anse à la Barque, Les "3 Tortues" or "Anse Bouillante". Once at Ilêts Pigeon, snorkelers and divers prepare for one of the best sites in the Caribbean. Evening on board allows us to review all the fish species encountered during the day...

After breakfast, we sail back to Les Saintes, where we'll moor the yacht for a special day of swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving at 'Pain a Sucre', a 200-foot mini-piton. Here, you will find an exquisite beach with a picturesque abundance of palm trees. The underwater life is bright and colorful. The bay also provides a perfect place to use as a base for those who want to do some land-based exploring. A track leads up to the main road and a nice hike up to "Le Chameau", to the old lookout tower at the top. A small secluded beach is in the other direction, past "Le Bois Joli". If further hikes sound appealing, bring along good shoes and your camera, for the grand views are numerous, breathtaking and well worth recording.

On Departure Day, after a last tasty breakfast on board, it is time to gather your belongings and say goodbye to the crew before arranging transport to the airport. We hope you leave with incredible memories of your week in Guadeloupe.

Available Yachts in Guadeloupe

S/v purpose.

Purpose is our very elegant Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 catamaran navigating the Caribbean waters. This very spacious luxury yacht captures, through its design, much of the natural light allowing it to flow through the salon, galley and cabins. The minute you step aboard, you will be amazed at the space allocated to relaxation and enjoyment. The open plan of the salon and cockpit area will give a definite feeling of conviviality when sharing special moments with friends or family. The sliding window next to the sink means meals can be passed directly from the galley to the cockpit, which is ideal as most of the dining aboard Purpose takes place al fresco.

Stepping up to the flybridge, you will get a panoramic, breezy, bird’s eye view of the seascape and with an open-air lounge area located next to the helm, you can also be wonderfully entertained by adventurous stories from your captain when under sail. When at anchor, the sunbathing lounge on the foredeck offers a great, shady, comfortable spot to spend relaxing moments.

Purpose is the Quintet version of the Saba 50 and offers three guest cabins in the port hull and two to starboard. The sixth cabin, a middle starboard cabin, is reserved for the crew. All cabins are en-suite.

A wide glass door separates the outside from the inside, but the two are on the same level so it’s easy to move from the exterior to the interior. Natural light floods through overhead hatches and large windows that you can see out of even when seated.

S/V La Gatta

If you’re looking for a well designed yacht, perfect for families and friends in search of creating an unforgettable experience, the Lagoon Seventy7 La Gatta is ideal for you. Each cabin has a different name which stays in line with the feline theme of the vessel – gatta = cat. This fine super-yacht can accommodate up to 8 guests in the 4 guest cabins, one being an owner’s suite, 2 VIP cabins and 1 twin cabin.

With a professional crew of 4 offering a 5 star service, your charter experience will be nothing short of  mind-blowing. Also, with an existing hydraulic balcony in the Owner’s Suite, a beach platform at the stern and an array of water-toys, there’s never a dull moment on La Gatta

S/V Fantastic Too

Fantastic Too is an 80′ catamaran built by Sunreef in 2020 and is brand new to the market. This fully carbon-constructed super-yacht catches your eye in an instant with its sleek and sporty look designed to achieve maximum comfort when under sail. This 80 ft catamaran is very spacious and caters to 11 guests and up to 4 crew. Equipped with all the amenities and ocean toys that will make your sailing vacation an absolute pleasure. Let’s take you on a tour.

As you venture on board this elegant yet modern vessel, you will notice the open plan of the cockpit area. Again simple in its design, with breathless views off the stern, it is part of the heart and soul of the yacht where many great meals, stories, and experiences will be shared making your holiday memorable. For the easy-going guest, you will be happy to also find sun-beds and sofas located at the stern, and for the active groups, it’s a perfect spot from which to film the watersports action happening off the transom. A highlight of Fantastic Too’s stern is the amazing submersible bathing platform. This added feature facilitates entries and exits from the water especially for those with mobility challenges.

Leaving the cockpit area and heading into the interior, you could have a sneak peek into what’s on the menu that day as your first-mate Jennie busies herself in the galley located on starboard. You will also find, on this main deck, the saloon, and entertainment area, harmoniously designed to integrate the exterior and interior living spaces. Whether hiding from the sun, enjoying a movie, or getting to know your crew, you will enjoy this inviting yet cozy space.

Moving down to the cabins on the lower deck, you will find 5 roomy cabins each with ensuite bathrooms and ocean-level views through uniquely designed vertical portholes. After fun-filled days of sailing, activities, and gourmet meals, the gentle rock of your yacht at anchor, will surely have you asleep in no time.

Like most newly built catamarans, Fantastic Too comes equipped with a fly-bridge from where you can enjoy the panoramic seascapes or a little chit-chat with your Captain, Paul, while at the helm. Fitted with a grill and barbecue, you can even turn this space into a very elegant dining area, especially in the evenings under a star-lit night.

Towards the bow of Fantastic Too , you will find quite unique lounging area located next to the twin trampolines. Ideal for relaxation or for the monitoring of the kids during playful afternoon jumping on the trampolines or diving off the bow, the foredeck is quite a versatile part of the yacht.

All in all, this beautiful catamaran, Fantastic Too , along with its crew Paul and Jennie, certainly has what it takes to ensure your sailing vacation is a memorable, magical one.

S/V Mamy Wata

Mamy Wata means Mother of the Ocean and onboard, you will certainly feel cared  for. As you  step on to the aft deck upon arrival, you will find  yourself in a  spacious area used for relaxing,  sunbathing and outdoor dining. A C-shaped sofa and elevated table are positioned on the port side, while a second sofa for extra guests are located on starboard. There’s a small fridge for drinks, and a bimini canopy that can be lowered to give all-day shade. On the foredeck, there is a lovely space for sunbathing. The aft half contains a deck shower and a swim platform.

The salon is accessed via a central stairway. There you will find a couch/daybed on starboard, a widescreen TV on the aft wall, and a corner sofa with a fold-out table on port side. The galley is located directly behind the dining room and has direct access to it, while the crew quarters are located at the aft of  the vessel.

The lovely light-filled interiors with its gentle colour tones of cream mingled with the natural light wood panelling accentuates the space within. Skylights in the main salon and cabins provide plenty of natural light throughout the day.

S/V Deep Blue

This expertly designed catamaran is a member of the Leopard flagship line and is so stunning, it will seduce you into booking a luxury charter. As you step onboard this unique vessel, you will notice instantly that the aft cockpit is an open space balcony which allows wide-open views to the marine surroundings. There are no integrated benches, sun loungers or seats, so the space has a very personalised ambiance with contemporary furniture that your family or friends would appreciate as you create wonderful memories around scrumptious meals or fun activities off the stern.

As you venture to the interior of this luxury catamaran, you will be charmed by its simple elegance due to the European-style interior with light coloured or white laminates. Due to its soothing decor, Deep Blue’s cabins offers guests such an effortless comfort that relaxation comes naturally.

When at sea, Deep Blue’s flydeck offers the perfect space to occupy. Time slips gently by as Deep Blue is underway and with the hardtop bimini above the flybridge, sailing time remains enjoyable as guests are protected not only from the direct rays of the sun but also the Caribbean heat. Enjoy starry nights, lazy afternoons or even festive evenings in this additional space designed to be a sailors’ lounge bar equipped with an outdoor galley, with hob, sink and fridge. Many memorable moments are just waiting to be made with your loved ones.

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Wild rumpus, vive l'amour, frequently asked questions, what do i need to know about chartering a yacht in guadeloupe.

Chartering a yacht in Guadeloupe offers a unique way to explore the Caribbean . You can choose from a variety of yachts, including luxury yachts, catamarans, and sailboats. It’s advisable to book in advance, especially during peak season.

How can I rent a boat in Guadeloupe?

Renting a boat in Guadeloupe is straightforward. Speak to our Vacation Consultant .

What is special about chartering in Pointe-à-Pitre?

Pointe-à-Pitre is a popular starting point for yacht charters in Guadeloupe. It offers easy access to both the leeward and windward sides of the island, making it an ideal location for embarking on your sailing adventure.

Are there any visa requirements for Guadeloupe yacht charter?

Visa requirements for Guadeloupe depend on your nationality. As a region of France, European Union citizens do not need a visa. Visitors from other countries should check with their local French embassy or consulate for specific visa requirements, or take a look at Visa HQ for Guadeloupe .

Can beginners charter a yacht in Guadeloupe?

Yes, beginners can charter a yacht, but it’s recommended to hire a skipper or choose a crewed yacht charter. This ensures safety and allows you to learn from experienced sailors while enjoying your trip.

What are the best times to charter a yacht in Guadeloupe?

The best time to charter a yacht in Guadeloupe is from mid-December to April when the weather is most favorable. However, yachts are available year-round, with off-peak seasons offering more competitive pricing.

Are there any specific regulations or sailing areas to be aware of?

When sailing in Guadeloupe, be aware of protected marine areas where anchoring may be restricted. It’s also important to respect local navigation rules and environmental regulations.

What amenities are included in a yacht charter in Guadeloupe?

Amenities vary depending on the type of yacht and charter package. Standard amenities usually include cabins, bathrooms, a kitchen, and navigation equipment. Luxury yachts may offer additional amenities like air conditioning, entertainment systems, and water sports equipment. Ask our Vacation Consultant for more details.

Is it possible to customize my itinerary when chartering a yacht in Guadeloupe?

Yes, you can choose your preferred destinations and activities, making your yacht charter a truly personalized experience. Speak to our Vacation Consultant about your preferences.

What are the main airports in Guadeloupe for international travelers?

The primary airport in Guadeloupe is Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport (PTP), also known as Le Raizet. It serves as the main gateway for international flights to and from Guadeloupe. There are direct flights to Guadeloupe from several major cities in the United States and Europe. Airlines often adjust their routes seasonally, so it’s recommended to check with airlines for the most current flight schedules.

Are there any health or vaccination requirements for entering Guadeloupe?

There are no mandatory vaccination requirements for entering Guadeloupe. However, travelers are advised to be up to date with routine vaccinations. Always check the latest health advice before traveling.

What languages are spoken in Guadeloupe? Will language be a barrier?

The official language of Guadeloupe is French, but many locals also speak Creole. English is widely understood in tourist areas, reducing language barriers for most travelers.

What currency is used in Guadeloupe? Do I need to exchange money before arriving?

The currency used in Guadeloupe is the Euro (EUR). It’s advisable to have some local currency, but credit cards are widely accepted. ATMs are available for currency exchange.

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Yacht Charter Guadeloupe

Embark on a yacht charter adventure in Guadeloupe, a gem in the Caribbean Sea, where the beauty of the French West Indies unfolds before you. This butterfly-shaped island is a paradise for sailors and sea enthusiasts, offering an exceptional blend of sailing conditions and cultural richness.

Set sail from the bustling Bas du Fort Marina, your gateway to exploring the enchanting Guadeloupe archipelago. Navigate through the serene waters of the Caribbean, where bareboat and crewed charters glide past lush tropical rainforests and white sandy beaches. The marina serves as a perfect starting point for your sailing journey, offering state-of-the-art facilities and a welcoming atmosphere for both novice sailors and experienced mariners.

Explore the Island’s White Sand Beaches during a Guadeloupe Sailing Yacht

Embark on a Guadeloupe yacht charter to explore the island’s pristine white sand beaches, a highlight of this Caribbean paradise. This dream yacht charter destination is known for its untouched beauty, where white and black sand beaches meet the clear, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. The coast, adorned with lush greenery, frames the impressive La Soufrière volcano, adding an element of adventure to your sailing yacht journey.

The charming villages of Guadeloupe offer a retreat from the typical Caribbean islands’ hustle and bustle, inviting you into a serene world where history and culture thrive. Discover the island’s heritage through its ancient distilleries and remote sugar plantations, each telling a story of Guadeloupe’s rich past. For experienced sailors and wildlife enthusiasts, the island’s unspoiled landscapes and diverse ecosystems promise close encounters with exotic flora and fauna, making yacht charters in Guadeloupe a truly unique experience.

Whether you’re navigating the waters on a bareboat charter or a fully crewed vessel, Guadeloupe offers sailing conditions that are ideal for every level of sailor. From the tranquil bays perfect for anchoring to the challenging open sea passages that thrill adventurous sailors, Guadeloupe sail provides an unparalleled opportunity to explore the beauty of the Caribbean islands.

Other destinations to explore on a yacht charter in Guadeloupe

Located just south of Guadeloupe, Martinique is another overseas region of France with stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant culture. Sailors can explore picturesque bays, snorkel in clear waters, and visit charming coastal towns like Fort-de-France and Saint-Pierre.

To the south of Guadeloupe lies the island of Dominica, known as the “Nature Island” for its untouched beauty and abundant wildlife. Dominica offers excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities, as well as hiking trails through tropical rainforests and visits to natural attractions like waterfalls and hot springs.

East of Dominica, St. Lucia is renowned for its dramatic Pitons, lush landscapes, and luxury resorts. Discover white sandy beaches, visit volcanic beaches, and enjoy activities such as zip-lining, horseback riding, and sailing along the coast.

Antigua and Barbuda

North of Guadeloupe, Antigua and Barbuda are famous for their stunning beaches, historic sites, and world-class sailing events like Antigua Sailing Week. Guests can explore secluded anchorages, snorkel in coral reefs, and visit historical landmarks such as Nelson’s Dockyard.

St. Kitts and Nevis

Further north, St. Kitts and Nevis offer a mix of lush rainforests, volcanic landscapes, and colonial history. Visitors on a bareboat charter can explore secluded bays, hike to waterfalls, and visit historic sites like Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park.

British Virgin Islands (BVI)

While a bit farther away, the British Virgin Islands are within reach for visitors on a yacht charter in Guadeloupe. The BVIs are famous for their idyllic sailing conditions, pristine beaches, and vibrant beach bars. Yacht charterers can explore the many islands and cays, snorkel in crystal-clear waters, and enjoy the laid-back island vibe.

Guadeloupe superyacht charter itinerary

Begin your journey by setting sail from the bustling marina of Pointe-à-Pitre on Grande-Terre Island. Cruise along the coast, admiring the picturesque coastline dotted with swaying palm trees and golden beaches. Drop anchor in the tranquil waters of Îlet du Gosier, where you can indulge in scuba diving amidst vibrant coral reefs teeming with colorful marine life. As the sun sets on the Caribbean Sea, dine alfresco on the deck of your private yacht, savoring freshly caught seafood and local delicacies.

Awake to the gentle lapping of waves against the hull as you set sail towards the verdant paradise of Basse-Terre Island. Navigate through the narrow Rivière Salée, which separates the two islands, and admire the lush rainforests and rugged volcanic peaks that characterize Basse-Terre’s landscape. Explore the lush interior of Basse-Terre by hiking through Guadeloupe National Park, home to stunning waterfalls, exotic flora, and fauna, including the majestic Guadeloupe woodpecker. After a day of adventure, unwind on the tranquil shores of Plage de Malendure, where you can swim with sea turtles or bask in the sun. End your day with a delightful dinner onboard, accompanied by the sounds of nature and the gentle rustle of palm trees. As you sail back to Pointe-à-Pitre on the final day of your journey, reflect on the memories made and the beauty discovered during a yacht charter holiday in Guadeloupe, knowing that this captivating destination will forever hold a special place in your heart.

For a full list of all available itineraries and excursions or to chart a personalized itinerary, please inquire.

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Charter Highlights Guadeloupe

  • Discover hidden white and black-sand beaches where you can savor the Caribbean's pristine seclusion and natural splendor
  • Explore Guadeloupe's eclectic archipelago, from the verdant vistas of Grande-Terre to the untouched allure of Marie-Galante, La Désirade, and Les Saintes
  • Indulge in gourmet cuisine at top-rated restaurants like Le Touloulou Le Restaurant and Le Zawag, where fresh seafood and Creole flavors are elevated to an art form
  • Witness the awe-inspiring Carbet Waterfalls, snorkel in Jacques Cousteau's Underwater Reserve, and hike the volcanic terrain of La Soufrière, all while anchored in paradise
  • Immerse yourself in the unique blend of French culture and Caribbean charm
  • Explore the volcanic landscapes of Basse-Terre
  • Relax on the powdery sands of Plage de la Datcha in Gosier, or head to the secluded shores of Plage de Grande Anse in Deshaies
  • Learn about the island's colonial past at the Memorial ACTe museum in Pointe-à-Pitre

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Guadeloupe is a French overseas department located in the Caribbean. It is situated in the Leeward Islands, part of the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies. Guadeloupe is a duo of two islands, Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre, forming a butterfly-shaped island. To the west, Basse-Terre’s lush landscapes and rugged terrain encourage adventurers, while the eastern wing, Grande-Terre, unveils luxurious resorts and endless coastal beauty. The two islands are separated by a narrow sea channel called the Rivière Salée.

As an overseas region of France, Guadeloupe boasts a fascinating blend of French and Caribbean culture. Guadeloupean guests can explore colonial architecture, sample delicious Creole cuisine, and immerse themselves in the vibrant local culture. Overall, Guadeloupe is a fantastic destination for charter holidays, offering a perfect combination of natural beauty, cultural richness, and excellent sailing conditions.

What are the best things to see and do on a Guadeloupe yacht charter holiday?

Beyond these twin islands, Marie-Galante, La Désirade, and Les Saintes form a secluded cluster of outer gems, each offering unique charm. Sail to the island of 100 windmills, Marie-Galante, where sugarcane fields, rum distilleries, and historic windmills paint a picturesque landscape. Dive into the vibrant underwater world near Jacques Cousteau’s Underwater Reserve near Pigeon Island, a must-visit for marine enthusiasts. The islands of Guadeloupe boast stunning natural beauty, including lush rainforests, volcanic landscapes, waterfalls, and pristine beaches. The waters surrounding the islands are crystal clear, making it the perfect destination for a sailing holiday in the Caribbean Islands.

For those seeking a taste of French culture, Les Saintes welcomes you with red-tiled roofs reminiscent of St. Barts. Explore Fort Napoléon and indulge in exquisite French cuisine at charming restaurants.

Just a short sail away, discover the famous 350-foot Carbet Waterfalls, a natural wonder that will leave you in awe.

What Are the Best Restaurants in Guadeloupe?

Le touloulou le restaurant.

Le Touloulou Le Restaurant, nestled on Plage de Petite Anse, offers a casual yet vibrant dining experience. Chef José Viator’s mastery of Franco/Caribbean-style seafood, such as grilled lobster and bébélé, creates an unforgettable dining experience. The Creole Brunch and the island’s best rum cocktails make weekends here particularly festive.

Le Zawag, perched above the coral rock with panoramic sea views, specializes in fresh catches of the day, often paired with creole or tropical fruit sauces. The menu’s simplicity is complemented by exotic presentations and the thrill of watching the lobster net in action.

Manman’dlo the Siren

Manman’dlo the Siren, found at the hôtel de charme La Rose du Brésil, is a shellfish haven with desserts inspired by tropical fruits. Start with a refreshing lime daiquiri and savor the island’s flavors.

Chez Henri, a waterfront gem, boasts fresh, limited-menu offerings and the day’s fish. Enjoy a rum and fresh-squeezed juice as you soak in the ambiance and African blues.

Couleurs du Monde

Couleurs du Monde, a vibrant waterfront café, beckons with free Wi-Fi, an array of beverages, and an inviting atmosphere. After sunset, indulge in aperitifs and savor the house-made punch du monde, making it the perfect place to unwind.

What to expect from the weather on a yacht charter Guadeloupe?

On a yacht charter in Guadeloupe, you can generally expect warm and pleasant weather conditions throughout much of the year, typical of the Caribbean climate.

Dry Season (December to May)

This period is generally considered the dry season in Guadeloupe, characterized by lower humidity and minimal rainfall. You can expect plenty of sunshine, warm temperatures, and calm seas, making it an ideal time for yacht charters. Trade winds from the northeast provide comfortable sailing conditions, with average temperatures ranging from the mid-70s to mid-80s Fahrenheit (around 24-29 degrees Celsius).

Wet Season (June to November)

The wet season in Guadeloupe coincides with the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June to November. During this time, the region may experience higher humidity, occasional heavy rainfall, and the possibility of tropical storms or hurricanes. While sailing can still be enjoyable, monitoring weather forecasts closely and planning your itinerary accordingly to avoid potential hazards is essential.

Where can I berth my yacht in Guadeloupe?

Marina bas du fort.

Located in Pointe-à-Pitre on Grande-Terre Island, Marina Bas du Fort is one of the largest marinas in the Caribbean. It offers modern berths, fuel stations, restaurants, shops, and boat services. The marina serves as a popular base for yacht charters and recreational boating activities in Guadeloupe.

Marina de Rivière-Sens

Situated on Basse-Terre Island near the town of Deshaies, Marina de Rivière-Sens provides berthing facilities for yachts and sailboats of various sizes. The marina offers amenities such as showers, laundry facilities, and restaurants, as well as easy access to nearby attractions and beaches.

Marina de Saint-François

Located in the town of Saint-François on Grande-Terre Island, Marina de Saint-François offers berths for yachts and sailboats, along with amenities such as fuel stations, restaurants, and shops. The marina provides access to the picturesque harbor and nearby islands, including Îles des Saintes and Marie-Galante.

Port de Plaisance de Gosier

Situated in the commune of Le Gosier on Grande-Terre Island, Port de Plaisance de Gosier offers berthing facilities for yachts and sailboats and amenities such as showers, restaurants, and boat services. The marina provides convenient access to nearby beaches, restaurants, and attractions.

Port de Pêche de Sainte-Anne

Located in the town of Sainte-Anne on Grande-Terre Island, Port de Pêche de Sainte-Anne offers berthing facilities for small boats and yachts. While it may not have as many amenities as larger marinas, it provides a charming and authentic setting with easy access to the town’s amenities and beaches.

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SeaDream Yacht Club unveils Caribbean cruises 2026 autumn

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SeaDream Yacht Club has revealed its fall 2026 Caribbean voyages, featuring new ports, extended overnight stays, and exclusive access to a private island, along with an exceptional New Year's Eve celebration .

As a family-owned and operated boutique cruise line, SeaDream offers unique yachting experiences in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Scandinavia, and Northern Europe. With a remarkable 1:1 crew-to-guest ratio, guests enjoy exceptional service, inclusive culinary delights, and complimentary watersports activities directly from the yachts.

The upcoming series of 12 new 7-day voyages (November-December 2026) will navigate the secluded Caribbean, exploring pristine shorelines in the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, the azure waters of the French West Indies, and the serene charm of Bequia , Mayreau , and Tobago Cays in the Grenadines, featuring secluded beaches, tranquil lagoons, and private coves.

Notable highlights include 4 voyages with exclusive holiday celebrations.

For New Year's Eve, the superyachts SeaDream I and SeaDream II will anchor at Gustavia, St Barths . Continuing a cherished SeaDream tradition, both yachts will spend two nights and three days ringing in the new year in St. Barths, offering guests front-row seats to the most spectacular New Year's Eve celebration at sea.

During the Christmas voyages, both yachts will rendezvous for an evening call in Trellis Bay on Beef Island (BVI) on December 23rd, allowing guests to kick off Christmas festivities with the local Full Moon Party.

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