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For  yacht charter in Martinique 
we can offer you a wide range of selected sailing boats from 36-52'' foot and a small selection of the catamarans as well as custom built performance yachts.

Whether you prefer to charter a sailing yacht, custom built performance yacht or a catamaran - on a bareboat, skippered or even fully crewed basis with distinguished service on board, LdnB Global Yacht Charter will offer you a wide range of selections for enjoying the Martinique islands at your leisure.....

Minimum crew requirements for bareboat charter:  
An e
xperienced skipper

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About Martinique:

Martinique lies in the heart of the Caribbean Archipelago and is one of the many islands which make up the group of lesser Antilles, Windward Islands, or "Breezy Islands." 
The waters lapping at its shores are those of the Atlantic Ocean to the East, and the Caribbean Sea to the West. The island is located 4,261 miles from Paris (8 hours by plane). The closest two neighboring islands are Dominica (15.5 miles to the north) and Saint Lucia (23 miles to the south).  Martinique is 1,965 miles from New York City, 1,470 miles from Miami, 2,270 miles from Montreal, and 425 miles from San Juan in Puerto Rico.
Martinique is one of the showcases of the French Caribbean. The capital, Fort de France, fully lives up to that description, celebrating every aspect of the island’s all-encompassing French culture with style and panache.  What’s fashionable in Paris today is à la mode here very swiftly. Shops sell the latest goods from France. Art galleries, theatres and museums showcase French culture. 


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Le Marin:

The waters around the Caribbean islands have light blue tones of azure,  turquoise and emerald colours.  The sea moves with a gentle swell helped by the movements of the Atlantic Ocean as well as North-eastern trade winds which push the waves westward. Here you can find greatest number of coral reefs and some of the best natural harbours in the world.

Chartering a yacht in the area then, becomes only a sensible solution for a discerning visitor, so do not miss your chance to enjoy the world to the full and LIVE FROM ABUNDANCE in this fabulous part of the world. Other ports on the island are Pointe du Bout, Le François, Le Robert or Sainte-Anne.

Fascinating dive sites, ideal water temperatures, abundant marine life, and incredible shipwrecks make scuba an ideal island sport. Fine facilities with licensed instructors at the Lychee Plongée at the Pointe du Bout Marina (Tel.66.14.98), on the Planète Bleue boat (Tel.66.08.79), and Espace Plongée opeates from Sofitel Bakoua (Tel.66.01.79)all in Pointe du Bout. Around the cove, at Anse Mitan, Philippe Deniau's Balaou Club (Tel.66.07.61). Tropicasub operates on the beach south of St. Pierre (Tel.78.38.03). Scuba diving is also available at Ti Bleu at Anses d'Arlet (Tel.68.64.78). In the south, there are scuba operations at Mondia Sub SARL at Pointe la Chéry, Le Diamant (Tel.76.25.80). Sub Diamond Rock (Tel.75.21.76) operates from Novotel Diamant and Bleu Marine (Tel.76.46.00) from the Marine Hotel. Memorable dive spots include Ilet la Perle and the shipwrecks off St.Pierre in the north. On the southwest coast are Anses d'Arlets and Cap Salomon, while further south are Diamond Rock and Ste. Anne.

Fish, coral and ferns abound in the waters near Pointe du Bout and Anse Mitan, and the small bays around Anses d'Arlets and Sainte-Anne offer snorkeling of a truly superior variety. Some hotels have glass bottom boats for snorkeling trips; most have fins and masks to rent.

We can also help make arrangements for your deep-sea fishing if given some time advance notice. The most popular catches in Martinique are tuna, barracuda, dolphin, kingfish and bonito. A good contact for charters is Yves Pélisson in Le Diamant whose two boats are Little Queeny and Maverick Too (Tel.76.24.20 / Fax.76.13.47). Marine Hotel (Tel.76.46.00) also in Diamant, organizes sport fishing trips, as does Caribtours (Tel.50.93.52). In Bellefontaine, Association Coup de Senne (Tel.55.13.88) can arrange for visitors to fish in typical island fashion with fishermen in Carbet. For surfcasting, best bets are Cap Macré, Cap Ferré and Cap Chevalier.

An 18-hole Robert Trent Jones, Sr. course is located at Trois Ilets, one mile from the Pointe du Bout resort area and 20 miles from Fort-de-France. Called the Golf de l'Impératrice Joséphine, it has an English-speaking pro, fully equipped pro shop, bar/restaurant, and three lighted tennis courts. Special greens fees for hotel guests and cruise passengers. Tel: (596) 68.32.8l.


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