Catamaran Cruise Saint Martin & Saint Barth: February 2018

GayNudeSail: This luxurious cruise begins and ends in Saint Martin. Walk along white sandy beaches, take a dip in beutiful blue waters, or just lay back and soak up the warm tropical sun. Escape the winter chill with a GayNudeSail Exclusive Catamaran Cruise Saint Martin & Saint Barth adventure!

Your skippers, Mark and Jan-Piet, will be your guides to relaxation and fun. Your cooks, Ömer and Ted, will make sure you have plenty of amazing food to eat. This dedicated and gay crew will keep you and your 19 other naked friends living the good life.

Get settled in and meet your fellow nudists. After that, it’s time to adventure. Enjoy some shopping in Gustavia, a hike through Anse du Columbier, and some scuba diving in Prickly Pear Cays.

Highlights:

  • Scuba diving in Anse du Columbier
  • Bar hopping in Grand Casse
  • White sandy beaches of Anguilla
  • Dinner at D’ Avida.
  • Tuna fishing in Anse Marcel Bay.

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LIMITED TIME OFFER

Two regular spots left and four crew cabins (30% discount).

ITINERARY  

Day 1: Boarding starts at 5:30PM.

This trip starts in St. Martin, the French part. Just take your luggage from the belt at the airport and in less than one hour you are already on board the yacht. Enjoying the nice outdoors and the great temperature of the tropics. Boarding starts at 5.30 PM.

Day 2: It’s off to St. Barth.

After a lovely breakfast we are leaving and crossing several bridges. Than it is off to St. Barth’s with under way an anchor stop for lunch at the beautiful small Island of Ile Fourchue. We will have an overnight stop in the bay of Gustavia town, dinner in town.

Day 3: Shopping in Gustavia.

Gustavia is the little main town of St. Barth. Here you find the Pradas and Gucchis in tropical settings, shoppers paradise! After you can set yourself on a nice terrace and have lunch while you watch the other shoppers passing by. In the afternoon we sail to Anse du Columbier. Scuba diving in search for sea turtles and rays, are they there? Before sunset there is a great hike you can make. Through tropical vegetation a path leads to the North side of St. Barths. Here the coast is rough and the bay has big waves, where you see experienced surfers show their prowess. BBQ at night!

Day 4: Sailing trip to Grand Casse.

Today we have a great sailing trip to Grand Casse, a beautiful bay at the North West side of Saint Martin. Here are plenty of bars and restaurants and some great beaches to spent the afternoon. On Tuesday night there is a local market and the Caribbean Carnaval!

Day 5: Next stop Anguilla.

We set sail to Anguilla. Dropping anchor Road Bay. This superb bay has crystal clear water and a pearl white beach. A nice swim and in the evening great local food ashore in the local restaurant Ripples.

Day 6: Scuba diving at Prickly Pear Cays.

Before breakfast a dive in the warm water, what a great way to start the day! Sailing through the reefs to Prickly Pear Cays, between the reefs you see beautiful fishes. Scuba diving! On the way back we drop anchor in front of Sandy Island, great place for lunch. At night we stay in Crocus Bay, dinner in the famous restaurant D’ Avida.

Day 7: Fishing for tuna on our way to Anse Marcel bay.

Another great sailing day, with full wind in the sails we blow past Anguilla towards Anse Marcel bay, Saint Martin. During this exhilarating sail we tow a fishing rod, with a big chance to catch some tuna! Anse Marcel lies in the northwest of St. Martin Island, a great place to stay for the night.

Day 8: Back to Marigot to say good by.

After a tropical breakfast we have a short sail back to Marigot, back to the Marina. Here you say goodbye to the skipper, cook and your fellow sailors. You can combine this great trip with a few days in a hotel on the beach; ask us for tips and locations.

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DATES 
Departure in 2018

February 17 – February 24, 2018


PRICE 
Price per person
€ 1495,00

cost includes harbor fees, gasoline, cleaning and taxes. Also included is breakfast, lunch and non-alcoholic drinks.

Extra charges will include alcoholic drinks, dinners, and custom and national park fees.

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SHIP

47 foot Catamaran

This cruise takes place on a 47 feet catamaran. The catamaran has 4 double cabins and two smaller single cabins in the front. Two double cabins have a double bed, the other two have two single beds. You can book the double cabins as a couple or if you are single you share a cabin with two single beds. If you are single and you don’t like to share a cabin, we have two smaller single cabins in the front, only accessible from the deck. The catamaran has a generator, air conditioning, and fans in every room.

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PORTS OF CALL

St. Barth

Lunch will be served on the island of Ile Fourchue. Next is an overnight visit to the town of Gustavia. Gustavia is a shopper’s paradise. Have lunch on a terrace and watch the shoppers go by, or head down and join in on the activity.

Anse du Columbier

This is the place for adventure. You can go diving in search of sea turtles, or hiking through the trails on the north end of the island. The terrain is rough but the views are breathtaking. This is where you can really get a feel for the tropical environment you are adventuring in.

Grand Casse

This is a beautiful bay on the North West side of St. Martin. Here, you will find several bars and restaurants to choose from. You can visit the market place, or enjoy your time at the carnival. Don’t forget to set aside time to relax on the beach.

Anguilla

We will be dropping anchor in Road Bay. This superb bay has crystal clear water and a pearl white beach. A nice swim and in the evening great local food ashore in the local restaurant, Ripples.

Crocus Bay

After a day of scuba diving through the beautiful reefs of Prickly Pear Cays, it’s time for dinner. We will be dining in the famous restaurant D’ Avida.

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