In the North of the Lesser Antilles, Saint Martin is part of the Leeward islands and attracts each year a great numbers of boaters. The dry season is of course preferable if you want to rent a boat in Saint Martin and discover the most cosmopolitan of Antilles archipelagos. In hiring a yacht or a catamaran, you can go to Anguilla or St Barthélemy to and explore the uninhabited islets, lagoons and deserted beaches. If your cruise leads you to navigate more in the south of Saint Martin, you will be surprised by the luscious vegetation of the island and its many tropical plants.
St Martin offers the possibility for its boaters to navigate around the island and the Caribbean the whole year. During the tourist season from December to April, the island of St Martin is in full effervescence. It is advisable to limit the cruises in St Martin during the cyclonic period(August – September) and to keep abreast of weather via daily charts. Navigation under the winds of the island of St Martin is very pleasant because it is protected from the swell and wind, It provides a perfect option for recreational boaters.
The navigation in the channels is it a little more challenging ! Be careful to grain (cloud masses providing a powerful flow of wind and digging the sea) which can somewhat trouble your navigation around St Martin.
The bases of yacht and catamaran rental in St Martin are well developed in this Caribbean area and offer satisfactory comfort. The most common type of rental is catamaran and sailboat. A catamaran will provide convenience and pleasure and will allow you to sail near the beachesof St About. Motor boats as well as yachts can also be hired in St Martin. The inescapable sites such as Orient Bay, Tintamarre, Anse Marcel, the lagoon of Simpson Bay and the small town of Marigot are really amazing things you have to see during your cruise in the Antilles.
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