Leeward Islands

5 Days

Antigua - Nevis

Discover Antigua’s expansive coastline with its numerous white sandy beaches, secluded coves and picturesque harbours. Antigua is steeped in maritime history and renowned for being a place for fun, socialising and complete relaxation on its miles of sandy beaches. Step ashore and slow the pace, this island definitely runs on its own time.

Nevis - St kitts

The island of Nevis is old Caribbean at its best easy going and unspoiled by mass tourism, its few hotels are small and stylish and there are no glitzy clubs. Step ashore to explore the plantation houses and sugar cane hillsides that dot the landscape and spend the evening on the beach dancing to the reggae beats. Lift anchor to cruise across. The Narrow to St. Kitts. Berth at Christophe Harbour and step ashore to Salt Plage for a cocktail with the yachting crowd.

St. kitts - St. Eustatius

Spend the day diving or snorkeling the underwater world around the tiny island of St. Eustatius, where coral reefs, exotic fish and wrecks abound. Step ashore to experience a laid-back Caribbean with a few places to eat and a little bit of history to contemplate.

St. Eustatius - Saba

Cruise towards the tiny island of Saba as you approach the volcanic island seemingly rise out of the sea. Perfect for energetic hikers, explore the dramatic scenery inland. Saba doesn’t have any beaches but offers plenty of diving opportunities for the skilled scuba divers in the charter party. Spend a peaceful night anchored off the tranquil island.

Saba - St. Barts

Get your bearings on St. Barts by exploring the island in a mini-moke! This small, open car is perfect for slowly trolling the boutique-lined streets and catching the sweet aromas from street-side restaurants. St. Barts has no shortage of gorgeous beaches, either. You won’t get the full St. Barts experience without a trip to the beach, some high class shopping and a good dose of people watching- this place is also known to attract stars. Extend your St. Barts stay and go to Isle Fourche just off the coast. Isle Fourche is a tiny, arid island with feral goat inhabitants instead of people! Climb the island's peak to get a good view of the surrounding area. Head back to the beach for a barbeque lunch. Spend the afternoon snorkeling and walking along the coast. Enjoy the sun and solitude on Isle Fourche before you climb aboard again to indulge in a delicious dinner on your yacht.