Customer comments

Sunreef Yachts62 (Z)

Nice experience, good crew, excellent food and cooking, very friendly and willing. High knowledge of the Ibiza area and mooring spots.

Sunreef Yachts 62 (Z)
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Bavaria33 Cruiser

Our day with Yachtcharterbook was fantastic! The boat was beautiful and very clean. The crew were very friendly, and worked hard all day to accomodate everything we could possibly want to do. They even provided a delicious lunch.
We went to some great snorkeling locations and the sunset on the boat was spectacular.
The crew could not have been friendlier or more helpful.
I will definitely charter a sailing excursion with Yachtcharterbook again the next time in Greece.

Bavaria 33 Cruiser
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Yacht Charter in Martinique

Martinique Island, popularly known as the elegant and fashionable Flora Island, is home to countless varieties of flowers, plants and choice trees. It is a fantastic destination to spend your yacht charter vacation in the Eastern Caribbean Sea. It is also considered the largest, and one of the most fascinating Islands in the Windward Islands yacht charter area. 
 
The 425 sq. mile Island boasts of rich vegetation; characterized by numerous plantations of choice fruits such as guavas, mangoes, pawpaw, bananas, and pineapples among several others. Some of its notable export products include sugar and coffee. 
 
At Martinique Island, you never seem to run out of options as to where to commence your yacht charter vacation; from the coast of the historic St. Pierre, across the shores, to the fascinating sights of the shorelines; this elegant Island never lacks in stunning amazement and fun. It is a popular saying among tourists that, “Martinique Island is the paradise of yacht charter vacation and tourism”. 
You might want to consider commencing your charter yacht vacation at Martinique’s charming Capital, Fort-de-France. Fort-de-France overlooks the magnificent yacht-filled marina. 
 
In case you decide to go south, where most of the hotels are, make certain to stop by at one of Martinique’s rum distilleries along La Route de Vins to experience some of the world’s finest and most distinctive rums. If you decide to go north, ensure you pay a visit to The Museum of Volcanology where you will find displays of terrifying lava-coated relics such as the petrified rice and molten nails, that were transformed by the terrific heat of Mont Pele which erupted and destroyed the former Paris of the Western Indies along with its 30,000 residents in three minutes, in 1902. The impact of the eruption can also be seen beneath the sea from your yacht, as you sail across. 
 
Martinique can be described as a home of entertainment, tourism and agriculture. The gorgeous Island has got some of the best restaurants to satisfy your appetite in the most memorable way during your vacation; offering a wide variety of delicacies, and assorted seafood ranging from Soudan to freshwater crayfish, and Caribbean lobster among others. 
 
Besides the yacht-filled harbor that warmly receives you on arrival at the capital, Fort-de-France, there are a host of captivating sights to thrill you as you glance at the narrow-galleried streets of this lovely French town from your berth. There’s just so much treat to fill your galley fridge with as you pay visit to Martinique’s Parisian style bistros, fresh fish and vegetable markets. 
 
A visit to Martinique Island for a yacht charter vacation certainly means lots of fun, entertainment and exposure to important historical information. This gorgeous Island plays host to several major sporting events such as the Tour de la Martinique, a week-long bicycle race held in mid-July, the Tour des Yoles Rondes, a week-long race of traditional sailboats held in early august, and a semi-marathon around Fort-de-France among others. Music lovers can also enjoy Martinique’s biennial week-long guitar festival in December on even-numbered years, or its jazz festivals on the odd-numbered years. If your yacht chatter vacation to Martinique Island is around February or March, then you’d have the opportunity to witness the Island’s vibrant Mardi Gras Carnival; a week-long celebration that features rum-filled revelers, costume parades, and music with lots of dancing. Most of the Mardi Gras activities are centered at La Savane, in the capital city, Fort-de-France. 
 
Martinique has been observed to be increasingly gaining popularity as a top yacht charter destination; playing host to all the main types of yacht charter you can imagine. Some of the available Yacht charters include motor, sailing, classic charter, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and superyacht charters. 
 
At Martinique, there never seems to be an end to the fun and excitement of your yacht charter vacation. Surrounding and equally exciting locations you might want to consider visiting are Dominica, St. Lucia and the Grenadines.