3 Luxury Yachts to Charter in Saint Martin
Are you planning to spend your vacation in one of the Caribbean islands but still wondering which island to choose and which yacht to select? Visit the island of Saint Martin and live a one-of-a-kind experience!
Why visit Saint Martin?
Located in the heart of the Caribbean, Saint Martin is considered as one of the most dazzling Caribbean islands. It is shared by both France and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
The French side is in the northern part of the island and called Saint Martin while the Dutch side is situated in the south and called St Maarten.
As far as the climate is concerned, Saint Martin has a tropical monsoon climate. The high season starts from January to April while the low season, which is the rainy one, starts from August and ends in December.
Windward Islands best 3 luxury yachts for charter in Saint Martin:
Enjoy an adventurous vacation in Saint Martin with Baltic’s luxury sailing yacht, Inukshuk!
Why charter Inukshuk?
- Inukshuk was launched by Baltic in 2013.
- She is 107’ feet (32.64m) length and 24’ feet (7.43) beam.
- This luxury vessel has 4 cabins and capable of accommodating up to 8 guests.
- She can reach a speed of 10 knots.
Wally’s Dark Shadow, a luxury sailing yacht for a unique sailing experience!
Why charter Dark Shadow?
- Dark Shadow was built in 2002 by Wally and refitted in 2012.
- She is 100’ feet (30.5m) length and 22’ feet (6.71m) beam.
- She comprises 3 cabins and has the ability to accommodate up to 6 guests.
- She also has a cruising speed of 10 knots.
Charter Ferretti’s luxury motor yacht Unforgettable for a memorable yacht charter vacation!
Why charter Unforgettable?
- Unforgettable was built by Ferretti in 2006.
- She is 83’ feet long (25.3m) and 20.4 feet (6.22m) beam.
- Luxury yacht Unforgettable has 3 cabins and can accommodate up to 6 guests.
- She has two 1491 KW (2000 hp) engines.
- Unforgettable has a cruising speed of 25 knots and a maximum speed of 33 knots.
So, which luxury yacht will you choose for your vacation in Saint Martin?
Originally published at www.windward-islands.net on January 4, 2016.