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From Guadeloupe to St Marteen on a beautiful one way cruise that will allow you to discover the islands at a slower pace. We will always sail with favorable winds, which will allow relaxing and pleasant sailing alternating with equally pleasant stops in uncrowded bays and spectacular sunsets.
Boarding at Pointe à Pitre. Flights from Europe usually land in the late afternoon or evening. For this reason, you will already find the rough galley on board, made on the basis of the indications previously received from the participants, to be completed with some personal details.
Once on board, take off your shoes and socks and… start getting familiar with the spaces on the boat: empty your luggage, put away clothes and objects in the doors
personal in the cabin and enjoy a drink during the briefing that the Captain will give, starting to assign roles on board, in rotation and in mutual collaboration.
If the time available and the weather permit, we will leave the marina already in the evening towards the nearby Ilet du Gosier; otherwise we will reach the island the next morning. Here we will officially inaugurate the cruise, with the first moorings in the harbor and the first awakening in front of a beautiful white beach surrounded by azure blue waters: what's better than a refreshing dip and an early morning swim in contact with nature and colorful fish?!!
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  • Plan
    Gosier - Les Des Sainte : 15 nautical miles mn ), approx . 2/3 hours
    After spending the morning in Ilet du Gosier, taking advantage of the Caribbean winds, we will go towards the small islands of Les Des Sainte, a small and suggestive archipelago that is very nice to visit even on land where, by choice, we can also spend the evening. Back on board, we will spend the night at anchor in the moonlight.

    Les Des Sainte - Pigeon Islands : 20 mn . approx. 3/4 hours
    Wearing rock shoes, goggles and a backpack over a swimsuit and t-shirt, we will visit Les Saintes and the typical village, with a stop at Pompierre beach full of palm trees. We will then move to the small Ilet à Cabrit for lunch and a dip in the sea. In the late afternoon, we will open the sails and pushed by the wind we will head towards the Bay of Bouillante: here we will be able to swim in very hot waters thanks to a river of boiling water that creeps into the sea. We will then move if we still have time to the very close bay of Malendure, facing Pigeon Island.

    Pigeon Islands : Jacques Cousteau Marine Reserve
    We will arrive at Pigeon Island (also called Réserve Cousteau), on the evening of the second day or we will move here on the morning of the third. From the Bay of Malendure it will be possible to reach the Reserve, part of the Guadalupe National Park since 2009, only by raft or by renting a canoe, as anchoring and transit in the adjacent area have been prohibited. Inside the reserve it will be possible to snorkel in a real natural aquarium, thanks to the unique concentration of marine life present, including fish and turtles. Afterwards, we will have lunch at the buoy inside the Pigeon park.

    Island - Antigua 45 mn. approx. 7/8 hours
    At sunrise we will leave Guadalupe and leave for Antigua, which we should reach in the early afternoon. We will anchor in English Harbor to complete customs formalities; here you can also visit the homonymous museum dedicated to Admiral Nelson, where he kept his ships hidden from his French adversaries. The town is known, in fact, for having served as a base for the English Royal Navy in the 18th century. Here we will spend the evening and the first night in Antigua.

    English Harbor - Green Island 8 mn / 2 hours
    After breakfast, we will go ashore and, after a possible refill in the galley, we will be ready to move around the island. First stop Green Island, a small island but with several white sand beaches and with a practically intact nature and visited by few tourists, a unique scenario. To reach it it will be necessary to use the engine, having to go against the wind, but the scenario that awaits pays off for everything. We will stop in the protected bay, home of wind surfing and kite surfing and after lunch we will move a little further north to reach the bay of Mercers Creek, for a quiet night at anchor, waiting for the surprise that awaits us the next morning.

    Green Island - Mercers Creek Long Island 10 mn , approx. 2 hours
    An excursion that you can do, unique in its kind, is the one that involves bathing with giant stingrays. It is an excursion organized by third parties present on site and very beautiful. With fast local boats you will be taken to a point where the sea water is about 1 meter, therefore suitable for everyone. Here dozens of giant stingrays gather and you can feed them with your hands, caressing and embracing them, discovering a unique emotion that you can tell when you return from your trip. Returning from this excursion we will set sail to drop the anchor not far away, in Long Island in front of a 5-star resort on a very white beach, in front of which we will spend the night.

    Long Island - St John approx 10 mins. 2 hours
    It's the turn of St John, the capital city and main merchant port of the State of Antigua and Barbuda. However, since we do not have a marina/tourist port, we will have to moor only for a few hours at the pier provided for temporary transit. We will then take the opportunity to go ashore and visit the city, picking up some local handicraft souvenirs and refilling the galley, before getting back on board and moving towards Deep Bay, just outside the capital, where we can enjoy sunbathing and sea, waiting for the night to come.

    Antigua - Barbuda 25mn approx. 3/4 hours
    Early in the morning we will leave to reach the island of Barbuda with a navigation of a few hours, during which we will be able to participate in life on board or relax and sunbathe. Once we arrive, we will anchor in front of the very long beach of Cocoa Point for lunch. Then you can dive into the splendid waters and, near sunset, it will be possible to go ashore to enjoy a walk on the very long beach.

    Barbuda - Saint Barth 60mn approx. 8 hours
    We say goodbye to the white beaches of Barbuda in the early morning to set the bow to the North West and if the wind and the weather allow us, we will evaluate a stop in the characteristic Pink Beach for a nice swim. Afterwards, with a nice downwind/long reach sailing, we will move towards the refined and glamorous San Barth, where we will stop for the night.

    Saint Barth
    The day is dedicated to visiting the island, with cars or scooters to rent to discover the many scenic and natural wonders of the island. Once back on board, in the late afternoon we will move a few miles to drop anchor in the uninhabited Ile Fourchue where we will spend the night.

    St. Barth - Ilet de Pinel, 15 mn 2 hours
    In the morning, after a regenerating dip, we will sail for about 2 hours of pleasant navigation along the east coast of St Marteen, up to the splendid Ilet de Pinel. We will anchor in front of it, stop for lunch and, in the afternoon, space for swimming and excursion on land, for those who want, to discover the splendid beach populated by giant iguanas. Back on board, we'll spend the night here.

    Ilet de Pinel - Tintamarre Grand Case 5 mn 1 hour
    Another day of total relaxation begins: after leaving Ilet de Pinel we will move to the opposite island, Tintamarre: here we will drop anchor and we will be able to enjoy a day on the wonderful beach, we will have lunch on board before moving on for the evening and the night in the bay of Gran Case, where whoever wants can go ashore for a cocktail or to dine in one of the various seafront cafes.

    Grand Case - Prickly Pear 15 mn approx. 2/2:30'' hours
    A new day and many new beaches and a new sailing awaits us, we reach the two islets that make up the Prickly Pears, divided by a narrow channel with a difficult and not always possible entrance due to the marine weather conditions. If it is not possible to enter with the boat, we will leave it outside and enter with the dinghy. If, on the contrary, it will be possible to enter by boat, we will also stop here for the night, otherwise we will move to another safe anchorage.

    Prickly Pear - Sandy Island - Marigot Bay 15 mn approx. 2/2:30'' hours
    From one paradise to another paradise in just a few minutes of navigation, now it's Sandy Island's turn, another wonderful little island of very fine white sand. After a nice relaxing bath, the return to Saint Marteen begins where we will arrive in the evening, already hoping for a place in the Marina, to make the last evening on land easier for anyone who wants.

    Saint Marteen: Marigot Bay
    In the morning it is possible to make the last souvenir purchases and a tour of the local Marigot Bay market; disembarkation is expected by 12:00. we wish that
    carry the blue of these seas in your heart and eyes and the serenity that only moving on a sailboat, cradled by the wind and the waves, can give.
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Port of embarkation Marina Bas du fort POINTE A PITRE
Port of disembarkation Marina of Marigot ST MARTIN
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Meet christian, the skipper
At Sailwiz since 2021
Hello my name is Christian lover of the sea and passionate about boats. I have been doing this job for about 10 years after deciding to turn a passion into a full time job. I have covered over 80,000 mn, 10 Atlantic crossings of which 2 solo, several transfers also solo and with boats
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Boat details

Our Sun Odyssey 51 of 15.50 meters, built in the Jeanneau Shipyards. The model of this sailboat is specially made to provide maximum comfort during long stays on board, thanks to the large spaces both indoors and outdoors, without however compromising on performance, giving the maximum during long voyages (such as oceanic ones. Full Moon is therefore a modern, comfortable and fast sailing boat, indicated on the market as an above average model in terms of comfort and safety among standard sailboats.

The boat is equipped with every comfort, tools and equipment to make your stay welcoming and make you live the experience of living in contact with marine wonders in a unique way.
When you are "tired and bored" of swimming in the blue-green Caribbean waters, you can rest or read lulled by the waves, or equip yourself with a fishing rod, steer or photograph, until you enjoy cooking in the dinette.

Here's what you'll find on board:

Ours is a particularly habitable sailboat: it has four guest cabins, each with private bathroom, and one reserved for the crew.
All cabins have double beds, stowage lockers and private shower rooms.

The dinette is developed on both sides of the interior of the boat, thanks to the optimal organization of the spaces which, once down the stairs, allow central access completely free from clutter.
Next to the stairs, there is the chart table, complete with the instruments and accessories for navigation: this is the & quot; control cabin & quot ;, to always be left free for the Captain and the area & quot; off limits & quot; for guests on board.
Immediately afterwards, again on the right side, a comfortable U-shaped corner develops, excellent for allowing access and use of the compartment even during navigation. The kitchen area is complete with stove and oven, two cockpit fridges, microwave oven and doors with all the necessary for cooking and setting, from breakfast to lunch, to aperitif and dinner: dishes, pots and casseroles, glasses, cups, containers and much more.
The left side of the dinette comfortably accommodates ten people seated and doors for storing food.

The cockpit is large and designed in such a way as to make the moments spent reading, resting and looking at the sea or having lunch and dinner in the harbor, losing one's gaze in the blue of the sky and the sea, to the fullest. The comfortable canopy and awning protect the stop in the cockpit even in the hottest hours.
The spaces on deck are wide, comfortable and safe for movement. The stern beach is large and equipped with a retractable floor ladder, to go down comfortably into the sea and enjoy the space coming up from the sea, thanks to the comfortable shower equipped with fresh water.
The large space in the bow, entirely covered in teak, is large and comfortable, allowing you to enjoy relaxation and sunbathing areas for both groups and "moments alone".
The two rudder wheels, placed laterally in the stern, allow easy movements both for guests residing in the cockpit and for the Captain who must move from the stern to the cockpit to control the navigation, combining the use of the winches that govern the sails so much from upwind than from downwind.
In 2021 it underwent a deep refit to make it even safer and more comfortable.
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  • Model: Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 51
  • Capacity: 8 spots
  • Length: 15.00 m
  • Cabins: 5
  • Year: 1991
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • GPS
  • Radar
  • Life jackets
  • VHF
  • Electric windlass
  • Autopilot
  • Wind equipment
  • Generator
  • Tender
  • Shower
  • Bimini
  • Fishing rods
  • HI-FI equipment
  • TV
  • Equipo de snorkel

Additional Information

  • Insurance
  • Professional skipper
  • Bed linens
  • Tender
Not included
  • Final cleaning
  • Costs of mooring and anchoring
  • Meals on board
  • Food and drink on land
  • Airport transfer
  • Gas
  • Tourism taxes
Payment methods
  • Credit/debit card
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