So French, yet undeniably Caribbean. A cruising area that is beauty unspoilt, culture preserved, a diver’s dream and a hiker’s paradise unlike any other Caribbean destination. Explore volcanic peaks, boiling waters and underwater champagne springs, sparkling waterfalls, rushing streams and rainforest canopies. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe/Dominica archipelago is a true paradise.

Yacht charter in Guadeloupe inspires sailing itineraries that are particularly appealing for the experienced charterer. This archipelago offers an exciting mix of modern cities, rainforests and secluded beaches. Sailing south to Marie Galante, Iles des Saintes and Dominica offers some of the most beautiful beaches, undeveloped islands and amazing rain forest in the Caribbean.



You will enjoy sailing from Guadeloupe Baie du fort towards the uninhabited islands of “Petite Terre” (4 hours). Here you will find deserted beaches and amazing diving on the coral barrier. This is a great place for a beach barbecue under the stars.


Take advantage of this beautiful day to explore these two superb atolls and swim in the emerald underwater.


Sailing again, heading towards the peaceful Marie Galante island (3 hours). This is a great place for an island tour, including quaint fishing villiages, old forts and rum distilleries.


A short easy sail will take you to the mysterious Dominica island, Again, an island tour is a must. Dominica has 365 water falls, boiling lakes, éclectique caribbean towns and some of the best diving in the Caribbean. One day is not nearly enough !


Navigation down to the Saintes islands (3 hours) and the famous ‘pain de sucre’ bay, Swim, dive and play in crystal clear waters. Head ashore to explore the people and the shops in this wonderful french fishing villiage.


Head back to Guadeloupe, sailing along the western shore to Pigeon Island and the Cousteau water park. This is a great place to spend the day diving and snorkelling the marine préserve before heading ashore to explore the waterfront town.


Sail back to Guadeloupe’s south coast and perhaps the area’s most beautiful island and water, Le Gosier. This is the perfect place to spend the final day of an amazing charter.