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Leeward Islands

From Antigua to Sint Maarten

The Leeward Islands, a collection of emerald-hued isles and islets adorned with soft white beaches, embody the essence of the Caribbean. This string of captivating gems encapsulates the rich diversity of Caribbean ambiance and culture.


Embark on a journey that begins with two distinct sisters - the serene and tranquil Barbuda, where relaxation effortlessly takes center stage, and the vibrant, popular Antigua. Continue to the petite yet mountainous Nevis, a verdant, unspoiled Caribbean haven. Transition to the effortlessly chic and idyllic St. Barth before setting sail for the secluded paradise of Anguilla. The voyage concludes in Simpson Bay on the Dutch side of Sint Maarten, completing an exploration of the Leeward Islands' unique tapestry of experiences.

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Embark your superyacht docked in Falmouth Harbour. Allow yourself to unwind and explore your surroundings. Antigua boasts an intricate coastline with secure harbors and a protective, nearly continuous coral reef—a strategic location that could easily conceal a fleet. Situated in the heart of the Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean, Antigua and Barbuda rest approximately 17 degrees north of the equator. To the south lie the islands of Montserrat and Guadeloupe, while to the north and west stretch Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barths, and Sint Maarten. 

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Green Island

Embark on a (roughly) two-hour morning cruise to Green Island, an untouched haven just off the east coast of Antigua, boasting pristine white sand and secluded beaches waiting to be explored. To secure your spot on the beach, an early departure is recommended, as the space is limited to accommodate only one yacht's group of guests. This idyllic location sets the perfect stage for an exclusive beach party.


Anchor by the northwest side of Green Island, taking note of the numerous coral heads—making departure in good light advisable. Enjoy lunch at anchor in the secluded and sheltered bay, creating a tranquil setting for guests. Venture out to discover the island's untouched beauty, taking a dip in the crystal-clear waters to snorkel among the vibrant tropical sea life. Green Island's charm remains virtually unchanged, offering a glimpse into the same captivating landscape encountered by European sailors 500 years ago.

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Depart from Antigua in the early morning for a (roughly) two-hour cruise to Barbuda, a pristine Caribbean island untouched by the hustle of tourism. Revered for its panoramic views of extensive, naturally adorned beaches featuring a delicate pink hue, Barbuda is a haven of unspoiled beauty.


Measuring just 15 miles in length and eight miles in width, the island boasts the deep blue expanse of the Atlantic on one side, where wild beaches adorned with driftwood and shells stretch along the shore. On the other side, the serene Caribbean Sea provides an ideal environment for swimming and snorkeling. Here, guests have abundant opportunities to observe turtles and a myriad of tropical fish in the undisturbed turquoise waters. Barbuda is indeed a picture-perfect Caribbean gem.


Navigate leisurely around the island, reaching the tranquil eastern side of Coco Point. Drop anchor in the reef-fringed Gravenor Bay, which offers excellent protection against a western swell. As the sun sets, create a magical evening by having dinner under the stars, allowing you and your guests to savor the serene beauty of this untouched Caribbean paradise.

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Depart from Barbuda in the early morning for a (roughly) five-hour journey to Nevis, a quaint island spanning 36 square miles that ascends to an impressive 3,600 feet above sea level. Nevis enchants with its diverse landscape, featuring rainforests, tropical flower gardens, and pristine, uncrowded beaches.


Upon arrival, take the tender ashore to explore the island's rich history. Take a leisurely stroll to admire the architectural remnants of eras past, including churches, windmills, and meticulously refurbished great houses. Engage with the welcoming 10,000 residents, known for their genuine charm and hospitality, and discover the warmth of making new friends in this close-knit community.


For the afternoon and night, anchor in front of the Four Seasons resort, providing a perfect vantage point to soak in the beauty of Nevis. Allow guests to unwind, surrounded by the serene ambiance of this charming island and the luxury of the resort's picturesque surroundings.

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Ile Fourchue & St. Barth

In the early morning, embark on a (roughly) five-hour journey to the uninhabited Ile Fourchue, a pristine destination perfect for snorkeling amidst vibrant, multi-colored marine life. Bask in the sun, relishing cocktails and a gourmet lunch, before cruising to the renowned yachting hub of St. Barth.


Situated in the French West Indies, St. Barth, though compact at eight miles long, stands out as one of the Caribbean's smallest yet most captivating islands. The picturesque capital, Gustavia, is an enchanting harbor town. Dock for the evening, and explore the charming "downtown" area featuring chic boutiques, duty-free shops, galleries, and an open-air market. As you wander, you'll encounter world-famous restaurants and bars housed in historic buildings dating back to the time of the Swedes and early French settlers. St. Barth offers a delightful blend of scenic beauty, cultural richness, and vibrant nightlife for an unforgettable experience.

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Anse Colombier & St. Barth

Cruise from the dock at Gustavia in the morning for a scenic journey to Anse Colombier, an enchanting haven favored by yachts for anchoring. This idyllic spot serves as a meeting point for an array of marine life, including tortoises, rays, lobsters, and occasionally dolphins.


Known colloquially as "Rockefeller's Beach," this secluded paradise derives its name from David Rockefeller, who owned the surrounding property for many years. Guests can choose to engage in scuba diving or snorkeling adventures, exploring the vibrant underwater world, or simply unwind on board, immersing themselves in the oasis of peace and tranquility that Anse Colombier offers.


As evening falls, return to the dock in Gustavia, providing guests with the opportunity to once again explore the lively and fashionable port. Whether for shopping or dining, Gustavia's vibrant atmosphere invites guests to indulge in the vibrant culture and offerings of this charming destination.

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Indulge in an alfresco breakfast served underway during the two-hour cruise heading north to the untamed island of Anguilla. Spanning a mere 16 miles in length and three miles in width, Anguilla captivates with its deserted white sand beaches. Anchor in Long Bay for the afternoon, providing guests the opportunity to relax, sunbathe, and enjoy a light lunch.


The waters surrounding this Caribbean sanctuary are designated as a National Park, featuring numerous reefs that make it an ideal location for snorkeling or scuba diving. For those seeking onshore exploration, guests can opt to take a tender to discover the island's secluded beaches. Anguilla stands out as a prime birding spot, hosting over 80 bird species, whether migratory or permanent residents.

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Anguilla to Sint Maarten

Unsurprisingly, this small yet enchanting island holds its status as an exclusive, top-end destination in the Eastern Caribbean. Anchor overnight off Anguilla, and depart early the next day to facilitate your journey to your disembarking point in Sint Maarten.

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