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Atlantic voyage from Martinique to Cádiz by catamaran

Port of departure: Fort-de-France, Martinica
1,500€ Per personFull boat
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The skipper: Carlos, 51 years old

We make the Atlantic crossing back from Martinique to Cádiz in our Lagoon 440 catamaran, which offers all the comforts for a trip of these characteristics, including survival suits on board, iridium, AIS, a good first-aid kit ...

We will depart from the Caribbean and sail through the Atlantic towards Madeira, a Portuguese island that is a traditional place of passage for the ships that return from American lands. From there, and with the permission of the wind, we will head to Cádiz to end our adventure.

This will be my 10th crossing of the Atlantic. Join me on this adventure to enjoy an epic journey.

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We will leave Martinique in the month of April (date to be decided according to the weather) and we estimate that in 18 days we will arrive in Madeira.

Once we reach this Portuguese island, it is possible that we make a stopover for a couple of days, depending on the weather (since it may be more convenient to continue our journey as we arrive).

Seven days after leaving Madeira we will arrive in Cádiz, where our adventure will end.

This route through the south is safer than through Bermuda and Azores, and we will take advantage of the great motor autonomy that the catamaran has to avoid storms to the north.

Important: There is no specific arrival date and we can change the wrinkled port in case the weather requires it.
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Included in the price
  • Insurance
  • Professional skipper
Not included in the price
  • Meals on board
  • Food and drink on land
  • Gas
  • Moorings
Additional information
You can come a week early and enjoy Martinique, Santa Lucia and the whole area while we prepare for the crossing. The stay is included, while the costs of mooring, fuel, food, etc., are shared. It also shares the bonus called Iridium. We will use SMS and we will be able to receive calls.

Atlantic crossings are less dangerous than a car trip, but they have their share of adventure. It is necessary to assume that we will be far from external aid and will depend on elements that we can not control, such as contrary winds, breakdowns and other conditions that may influence our planned schedule and itinerary.

That is, this is not a cruise with dates of departure and arrival, you have to be willing to take a little longer, stop in Tenerife if the weather requires it or have to wait a week in Madeira ... The wind sends and does not It is as reliable as the one-way trade.
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Fort-de-France, Martinica
Área del Océano Atlántico correspondiente al Hemisferio Norte del planeta.
The boat
Catamaran with great amplitude, sleeve of 7'70 m.
Refit 2017. Double kayak, paddle surf, BBQ, rib 3'30 + Honda 15 hp, flybridge wheelhouse, hifi stereo, snorkeling and fishing equipment, harpoon, 4 cabins and 4 wc.

· Complete safety equipment
· Survival suit per person
Layer anchor
12 person raft
. new AIS system
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  • Model:Lagoon - 440
  • Capacity:10 spots
  • Length:14.00 m
  • Cabins:4
  • Year:2006
  • Bathrooms:4
  • GPS
  • Radar
  • Life jackets
  • VHF
  • Sounding line
  • Electric windlass
  • Autopilot
  • Wind equipment
  • Tender
  • Shower
  • Diving equipment
  • Bimini
  • Fishing rods
  • HI-FI equipment
  • TV
Meet Carlos, the skipper
51 years old
12 Atlantic crossings made.
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