Yacht Charter in the Antilles

826 Boats to rent in the Antilles

A boat rental in the Antilles is a wonderful opportunity to discover this paradise destination. The Caribbean offers many points of anchorages, bays and coves which make it a perfect destination to charter a catamaran, a motor boat or a sailboat. Hire a boat in the Antilles and see the landscapes of your dreams. On board your chartered yacht in the Antilles you will have the holiday of a lifetime in one of the hottest sailing destinations. Rent a boat in the Antilles and head for marvellous destinations such as the Dominincan Republic, Barbados, Martinique and Saint-Martin.

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    Lagoon 450 - Lagoon (2013)Le Marin
    Capacity 12
    Cabins 6 cab
    Berths 10+2
    Engine 2x54hp
    Draught 1.30m
    Size 46ft
    from 4 000 €3 840 €*from 01/09 to 08/09View details
  1. Lavezzi 40 - Fountaine Pajot (2009)Le Marin
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 2x30hp
    Draught 1.10m
    Size 39ft
    from2 000 €*from 29/09 to 06/10View details
  2. Pogo 30 - Pogo (2015)Le Marin
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 2 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 1x18hp
    Draught 1.05m
    Size 30ft

    Peter : I had a specific desire to sail a Pogo 30 after reading such great reviews on the ship. Globe Sailor is great for specific questio... read more

    from1 700 €*from 25/11 to 02/12View details
  3. Lipari 41 - Fountaine Pajot (2012)Le Marin
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 2x35hp
    Draught 1.15m
    Size 39ft

    Oleg : It was one of the best trip... read more

    from2 500 €*from 02/06 to 09/06View details
  4. Orana 44 - Fountaine Pajot (2010)Le Marin
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 6 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 2x40hp
    Draught 1.10m
    Size 43ft
    from2 900 €*from 23/06 to 30/06View details
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    Lagoon 380 - Lagoon (2013)Le Marin
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 6 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.15m
    Size 38ft
    from 2 580 €2 451 €*from 16/06 to 23/06View details
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  5. Lagoon 380 S2 - Lagoon (2009)Marigot
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 2x29hp
    Draught 1.15m
    Size 38ft
    from3 000 €*from 25/11 to 02/12View details
  6. Pogo 12.50 - Pogo (2014)Le Marin
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 1x30hp
    Draught 1.20m
    Size 40ft

    Donald : The boat is very fast an in a good state. It's really a pleasure to sail the Pogo 12.50. At the beginning we had week winds (3-5 k... read more

    from3 600 €*from 25/11 to 02/12View details
  7. Mahé 36 Evolution - Fountaine Pajot (2014)Le Marin
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6+1
    Engine 2x30hp
    Draught 1.10m
    Size 36ft

    Steven : The Mahe is a great boat for a couple to handle alone. Small enough to maneuver and control with ease. Provides plenty of space w... read more

    from1 870 €*from 23/06 to 30/06View details
  8. Lagoon 39 - Lagoon (2014)Pointe à Pitre
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 2x45hp
    Draught 1.22m
    Size 39ft
    from3 550 €*from 18/08 to 25/08View details
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Sailing Conditions in the Antilles

With its heavenly beaches, sheltered anchorages and turquoise lagoons, the Antilles are an ideal destination for an exceptional cruise. However, to make the most of your cruise in the Antilles, it is essential to know a bit about the sailing conditions in this Caribbean archipelago.
To start with, all seasons aren't suitable for a cruise in the Antilles. As a matter of fact, between the 15th of July and the 15th of November, the Antilles can be an area prone to cyclones. It is therefore better to choose to sail during the European winter season (from December to April) to enjoy optimal sailing conditions. However, it is possible to sail outside of that time span, as long as you follow some basic rules to help you face rain squalls and tropical depressions. During the cyclone season, it is advised to sail in the southern part of the Antilles because the most violent cyclones are above 10° north.

Besides, weather conditions require constant vigilance. The Antilles are in a favoured region for trade winds, which are regular winds often blowing below force 6 on the Beaufort scale. This consistency makes sailing in the Antilles easier. However, boaters must be extremely wary of sea squalls that strengthen winds - some gusty winds may reach up to 40 knots! - and bring heavy rainfalls.
Outside of the cyclone season, sailing conditions in the Antilles are quite easy. As the islands are fairly close to each other, you can navigate visually. Be aware, though, to keep in mind a few dangers to avoid such as coral reefs or buoys and beacons, which are sometimes insufficient on some islands. You should also be careful with the force of currents, which can take you by surprise and move the boat off course.
Regarding navigation, don’t forget that in this area the buoyage system is reversed compared to the European one: when arriving by sea, red buoys will therefore be passed on the starboard side!
Finally, it is recommended to sail in the morning and to plan to finish quite early in the day as night falls very quickly in the Antilles. This way, you will be able to enjoy all the attractions this destination has to offer with total peace of mind: exploration of the exceptional sea bed, sunbathing on board your sailboat and swimming in the warm clear waters will all become part of your everyday life!

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