St Marten and St Barths Yacht Charters
Find the St Marten and St Barths Vacation Perfect for You
St. Marten has grown as a charter starting point with its international airport and direct flights from the US or Europe.
Small, chic St. Barths (pronounced “Barts” and is a short sail from St. Marten) is elegant, expensive, and the Caribbean’s “see and be seen” destination.
Have the option of relaxing on a short sail between the closer islands of St. Marten, Anguilla, and St. Barths or embarking on a full day open ocean sail to Saba, St. Eustacia, or St. Kitts.
This fabulous Privilege yacht offers a multitude of lounging areas topside, aft deck and on the fore-deck which has an optional shade awning when needed. The master stateroom offers a king size berth with private head and stall shower. There are two VIP cabins with king berths, private ensuite heads and separate stall showers as well as a forward cabin with a twin berth, private ensuite head and wet shower. The twin cabin is accessible from the deck via a private entry and is perfect for a teen or single adult.
She has also been equipped with a full range of leisure equipment for the use of the guests. This is all set off at night by her spectacular underwater lighting. Her crew have a wealth of experience within the charter industry supported by formal qualifications.
Sint Maarten vs. Saint-Martin
Saint Martin is an island without borders, split between the French & Dutch. Oral history says that after both nations claimed the island, representatives from each country started back to back and walked the coast until they met again to divide the island. A small road sign lets you know when you’ve crossed from one country to the next. Nowhere else in the world will you find such an interesting cultural duality in such a small area.
An exclusive Privilege catamaran, Sur L’eau is fresh from a 2 million-dollar refit putting it in the upper echelons of luxury catamarans. Absolutely bursting with style, this catamaran is incredibly spacious, and feels like it because the vibrant airy design. Making prominent use of classic natural wood finish accented by bright white, this cat is a visual masterpiece. Sur L’eau is crewed by Jesse and Amy, Nico and a stewardess. It features 4 queens cabins, each with their own en-suite bathroom. In addition to comfortable accommodations, Sur L’eau has a large flybridge deck perfect for scenic views, a gorgeous and huge salon, and every water toy you can imagine.
St. Barthelemy better known as St. Barths!
This small island is filled with an eclectic mix of iguanas, night-blooming cactus, and fabulous beaches as well as luxury yachts, designer boutiques, celebrities and late-night partying. The island offers all the comforts of urban life, including hundreds of duty-free shops, bars and restaurants, while the more rural areas of the island offer some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Whether you spell it St. Barths or St. Barts, chic sophistication is this island’s style!
There are luxury yachts, then there is Unbridled. This 116ft yacht epitomizes luxury and comfort, with massive staterooms, a contemporary interior, a grand main salon and an extensive media center controlled by iPads. There is always something to do aboard Unbridled, whether it be relaxing in the jacuzzi, making use of its extensive array of water toys or taking out the 26 foot Chris Craft tender boat for a cruise.
Nestled in a northern crook on the French side of Saint Martin, Grand Case is undoubtedly the gourmet capital of the Caribbean. Discover local and international cuisine at some of the top-rated restaurants in the region while you enjoy the breathtaking view of Grand Case Bay. The beautiful, clear waters around Grande Case are also an excellent spot for SCUBA diving.
Why St Martin/St Barths?
- The Princess Juliana Airport (SXM) is an international airport with direct flights from all over the world, making it easy to reach St. Martin.
- Experience a melting pot of European sophistication and raw island passion.
- Freedom of choice in choosing between long versus short sails, and urban versus rural expeditions.