New Year's Week Voyage
Single Cabin: $3675 per cabin | 0 Available
Double Cabin: $6780 per cabin | 2 Available
ABOUT YOUR SAILING COLLECTIVE JOURNEY
Sailing Collective is a hands-on, bespoke charter company exploring coastlines of the world on crewed sailing adventures. Our customized voyages integrate adventure, heritage, and great sailing through a unique and thoughtful approach to modern travel.
With diverse backgrounds as sailors, travelers, artists, gastronomes and academics, Sailing Collective offers a wealth of information and life experience to every journey. Your journey will be crewed by a sailing collective captain and private chef. Trained professionals and explorers at heart work, they will work with you to build a customized day to day itinerary tailored to your group needs, interests and desired activities.
Included in the Collective Package:
• Private Collective captain and chef
• Travel support to help customize and guide your group's journey
• Delicous family style meals with six breakfasts, five lunches, three dinners and snacks aboard, all prepared by your private chefs
• Marina fees, dockage, and moorings for overnight anchorages
• Boat incidentals including fuel, water, bedding, towels, etc.
• And, of course, unabashed adventure and epic memories!
$1000 pp due at booking, remaining balance due 90 days prior to departure
Before booking, please review CANCELLATIONS/CHANGES, INSURANCE, AND CONDUCT policy on the booking page. Our boat options listed are confirmed when the voyage is fully booked. For our reference, if you prefer to sail a monohull or catamaran, please contact us!
PRIVATE CREWED CHARTERS ALSO AVAILABLE NOVEMBER - JULY
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"The Windward and Leeward islands form the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea. Stretching from Grenada to Martinique, the Windwards got their name because British ships sailing from other colonies frequently had to beat the weather to reach them. The northern islands of the archipelago are more to leeward, so the British called them the Leeward Islands. They begin in Dominica, just above Martinique, and arc gently northwest for a bit under 150 miles to include Guadeloupe, Antigua, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barts, Anguilla, and many others. They end near St. Martin 150 miles east of Puerto Rico. These waters are an ideal location for staging a St. Martin sailing vacation to a variety of destinations throughout the Leeward chain. Whether the island is British, Dutch, French, or independent, each has unique characteristics ranging from the upscale and trendy to the laid-back and isolated. Some islands are mountainous remnants of ancient volcanoes carpeted with lush rain forests. Others are low-lying, flat, and rimmed with incredible white-sand beaches and coral reefs teeming with sea life made to order for an unforgettable St. Martin yacht charter." -Tui
Dream Yacht at Marina Port la Royale, 97150 Marigot, St. Martin
Ferries run to Anguilla and St. Barts. From Anguilla to Saint-Martin/ Saint-Martin to Anguilla available from Marigot every 30 minutes. Ferries SXM to St. Barts are available from Marigot and Oyster Pond.
Anguilla - Tel: 05 90 87 57 21, St. Barts - Tel: 05 90 87 10 68
A valid passport is required, expiration date must be no earlier than 3 months after your planned return. A customs declaration form must be completed at the port of entry. Departure Tax: The airport departure tax is $30 pp – payable in USD at Princess Juliana Airport.
Locally accepted Forms of Payment: US Dollars and US travelers checks are used on both side of St. Martin and surrounding islands. Only Visa and Master Cards are accepted at The Moorings St. Martin Base. Visa, Master and Amex cards are accepted in most of the larger restaurants and Boutiques in St. Martin and surrounding islands. ATM: At 40 min drive from the base, in Marigot (French side) clients will find several banks: Banque des Antilles Françaises, Banque Française Commerciale, La Poste, each with an ATM cash dispenser. At 20 min drive from the base, in Philipsburg (Dutch side) clients will find several banks: Leeward Island Bank, ABN Amro Bank, Nova Scotia, each with an ATM cash dispenser.
Sailing Collective will provision your journey with local foods and produce. Cooking Aboard: Your Sailing Collective crew is incredibly talented and can handle the group's needs with ease. We are all about participation and learning, so if you'd like to help, just ask and we'll get you involved! Collective groups may choose to dine out more times than scheduled if the group or individuals choose.
Please note, soft drinks, alcohol, wine, beer, etc. are not included in the provisioning package, but your crew can assist you in purchasing your desired beverages for your group.
Dietary Restrictions: It is important to notify your Sailing Collective representative of any dietary restrictions ahead of time.
Collapsible bags in place of large rigid suitcases are advised for ease of transport on and off the boat.
During days on the water, you’ll want to be wearing light and comfortable clothing. As the vast majority of your time will be spent outside, prepare for elements - bring a light rain coat just in case, a hat to shield yourself from the sun, and a set of warm clothing. Throughout the week we may dine out at a nice restaurant, so bring gear that you’ll look nice in and suits your style. Loading and unloading from the dingy can be a wet activity, a pair of shoes that you can get wet is recommended.
Simpson Bay Lagoon
Leave from Simpson Bay Lagoon which is a beautiful big estuary housing boats from all over in one of the most protected anchorages around. Take a short sail to Marigot – capital of the French side and become familiar with your yacht. Spend your first night at anchor in Marigot where you can browse the world famous Creole market and enjoy a lively evening atmosphere.
Road Bay, Anguilla
Depart Marigot and escape to the beautiful island of Anguilla ( 3 hours sail). Going ashore in Road Bay you can wander the sandy streets between beach bars and visit the historic salt pond that formally employed almost everyone on the island. Anguilla is laid back and buetiful so let yourself slip into the pace of island life.
Prickly Pear Cays
It’s about 5 nautical miles from Road Bay out to Prickly Pear Cays, part of Anguilla’s marine park. These tiny islands are a good lunch stop in settled weather for a swim or snorkeling on the reef. We anchor off the south side of East Prickly Pear at the west end of the cay. Seabirds nest in the craggy cliffs, a pristine white-sand beach fringes the cay, and the colors of the ocean are dazzling. Take the dinghy ashore to the north side of the island, enjoy a stroll, and listen to the “whistling rocks” as they seem to sigh with the rhythmic wash of the gentle waves. Another five nautical miles back to the main island will take you to scenic Crocus Bay, just north of Road Bay, where we will anchor for the night.
From Anguilla’s Crocus Bay, we set a course to take you along the north coast of the island on a downwind sail, and head up once we are past Blowing Rocks for the sail east to St. Martin. Our destination is Grand Case. Every Tuesday night between jan 21st and march 30th is a “harmony festival” and the main street is closed and filled with people and good food. Sit down for a nice dinner and watch the people parade by or join the fray and sample amazing street food as you go.
Once we leave Grand Case we will head southward from St. Martin to one of the prettiest locales in the northern Leewards, St. Barts, which is officially known as St. Barthemey. On the way, we will stop for lunch and some snorkeling at the privately owned Ile Fourchue, a small, hilly isle off the coast of St. Barts. In Gustavia we’ll clear customs into our 4th country in five days and go ashore to a little Paris in the Leeward Islands. Gustavia has proper french markets with fresh baked pastries and bread.
After morning coffee in Gustavia, we’ll sail to Ile Fourchue marine park where we snorkel and lounge on the beach all day, watch a stunning sunset over the ocean with dinner, and spend the night surrounded by nature at anchor.
Simpson Bay Lagoon
Take an early start from Ile Fourche and sail down to Simpson Bay to catch the bridge into the lagoon the last morning of sailing will be take us through the waters of a marine park that is teeming with life and offers the possibility of seeing whales and dolphins as well as many seabirds and turtle species.
With it remarkable performance and it excellent level of safety and comfort, the Catana 47 is, more than ever, setting the standard for offshore cruising. Perfected by the Catana yard, the new boat is almost 700kg lighter thanks to the use of carbon, already used on the production models for structural bulkheads, the coachroof and numerous structural reinforcements.A spacious and light interior provides great comfort for a offshore journeys.