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Escape on a St Barts yacht charter and indulge in pure bliss. The exclusive island of St Barts is known as the Caribbean’s most expensive island, attracting 200,000 elite visitors each year. But this magical island is not just about social status, locals and travelers alike exude a “live and let live” attitude that only adds to the charm of this tropical paradise.
With 22 breathtaking beaches surrounded by cerulean waters, high-end shopping, and vibrant nightlife, St Barts will effortlessly lure you back to its shores time and time again. Dock in the harbor and take a tender to Gustavia, where you can enjoy lunch highlighted by a luxury fashion show, featuring the latest chic collections. Pick a secluded cove and spend the day kayaking and swimming, or take the waverunners out to explore the coast in style. Return to your yacht, where you can dine on a five-star meal prepared by your personal chef, and top it off with cocktails on the sundeck.
This gorgeous island invites you to leave the monotony of everyday life behind to savor the finer things in life on your St Barts yacht charter.
Explore- St Barts is small but packed with plenty for you to explore. Don’t miss St Barts Bucket, the iconic superyacht regatta that takes place at the end of March every year. Spectacular yachts from around the globe flock to the island, creating a sensational stir on these beautiful shores unlike any other. Come mingle with charming locals and other yacht enthusiasts like yourself.
Spend the day browsing over 200 shops and boutiques on St Barts, ranked by Forbes as one of the “World’s 10 Best Shopping Destinations.” With 3 different shopping streets, Gustavia is the heart of high-end fashion, presenting chic displays comparable to even New York and Paris. Visit top designer shops like Louis Vuitton, Tod’s, Bulgari, Psyched, Cartier, Chopard, Longchamp, Dolce & Gabbana, Richard Mille, and Hermès.
For a change of pace, hike one of the two coastal hiking trails to Colombier’s sparkling white sands. The more difficult of the two trails starts at Lookout Pointe and consists of a log stairway. The other trail begins on the sands of Flamands Beach and winds along the striking northern coast. Alternatively, you can journey to the Secret Natural Pool. Begin your hike on the shores of Grand Fond Beach, which is blanketed in shimmering rocks and seashells. At the end, you’ll be rewarded with a serene soak in the calm, secluded waters.
Unwind at one of the many world class spas on the island, like St Barts Wellness, or simply return to your yacht, where your own private spa awaits you complete with five-star service and fine wine. The possibilities are endless on your St Barts yacht charter.
Diving- From vivid reefs to intriguing walls and wrecks, St Barts is home to well over twenty-two dive sites inside and outside the marine park. Divers of all skill levels will delight in this colorful underwater world. Anchor at Anse du Corossol, and head out on a tender to the Pain de Sucre, a popular site that beginner and expert divers can enjoy. Swim around the rocky aquatic landscape, where you’ll spot brilliant reef fish and even large predator fish. There is also an enchanting 20-foot tunnel to navigate.
Farther north, advanced divers can plunge into the waters to tour Kayali, a big fishing boat that sits 100 feet below, bustling with sea turtles and spotted eagle rays. Travel to more distant sites like le Pele and Ile de Boulanger to seabob past rock pinnacles through sea caverns and more. You may even catch a glimpse of majestic whales migrating through the area. The marine life found in these azure waters is just as vibrant as the social life on the island. Immerse yourself in this lively underwater kingdom on a St Barts yacht charter.
Beaches- St Barts is home to a wide array of beaches. However, unlike many other Caribbean islands, these sandy shores offer true tranquility without the hustle and bustle of tourist crowds. Spend the day windsurfing at St Jean Beach, one of the island’s most popular beaches, or anchor nearby to sunbathe on the deck, while you watch small planes fly through the cloudless blue sky. Head out via tender to Flamands Beach, also known as Billionaire Beach, where you can walk the sprawling soft sands with the ocean breeze in your hair. After a day of shopping in Gustavia, anchor with the other superyachts at Shell Beach. Meet new people and maybe even some old friends, while you enjoy the view and sip fruity cocktails on the sundeck. If you desire even more seclusion, your captain will take you to a private beach to have all to yourself on your St Barts yacht charter.
History- Like all of the Caribbean islands, St Barts is influenced by an intricate history that spans hundreds of years. Visit the Territorial Museum “Wall House,” which is small but ardent in its preservation of the island’s history. To quote the historians there, “…the Museum offers to all an astonishing cruise on the caravel of time and memory for a rediscovery of a profound Saint-Barthélemy, which can only reveal itself to passionate souls.” Stop by the Swedish battery of Fort Gustav III, where you can learn about Sweden’s history on the island. Tour the Catholic Church of Gustavia and the nearby bell tower, dating back to 1829, to learn about the Church’s role on the island. You’ll be captivated by these historical gems and many more on your St Barts yacht charter.
Dining– St Barts offers an array of fine dining options from french cuisine to Caribbean dishes to a fusion of both. Treat yourself to an intimate meal on the twinkling terrace at Orega, where you can try their imaginative Japanese French cuisine. At Le Tamarin, dine on fresh seafood paired with fine wine. If you’d rather experience a meal tailored to your tastes, stay aboard your St Barts yacht charter to savor a world-class menu with a list of fine wines and top-notch service.
The Best Time To Go- Leave the frigid winter behind and book your St Barts yacht charter in December to April.
Weather- In January to March, the average low temperature is 73°F, while in June to September it’s 79 °F. The maximum temperature hovers between 84-90°F. The rainy season lasts from August to November with about 4-5 inches of rain per month. June to November is hurricane season.
Airports– Because there are no nonstop flights available to St Barts, most people travel to the neighboring Princess Juliana International Airport in St Maarten or L’Espérance Airport in Saint Martin to get to the island.
Marinas– The Port of Gustavia accommodates yachts all the way up to 498 feet, while yachts of any size can utilize the commercial Port of Public.
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TOP 10 THINGS TO DO
- Attend St Barts Bucket
- Celebrate New Year’s Eve in St Barts Harbor
- Shop Quai de la République
- Enjoy a drink or two at Le Ti or the Rock Bar
- Dive at Pain de Sucre
- Watch a fashion show at Nikki Beach
- Anchor at Shell Beach
- Soak in the Secret Natural Pool
- Hike one of the coastal trails
- Go deep-sea fishing for Marlin
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TOP 10 RESTAURANTS
- Le Tamarin
- Santa Fe
- L’ Esprit
- Bonito St Barth
- Sand Bar
- La Langouste
- Nikki Beach Saint Barth
- Fouquet’s Saint-Barth
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