BeBlue offers a wide selection of sailboats and catamarans from Saint Martin for a wonderful cruise to the British Virgin Islands (BVI). Cast off your moorings and discover postcard-perfect landscapes: white-sand Caribbean beaches, pristine coral reefs and crystal-clear waters to dive into, with lush vegetation and contrasting green hills in the background. Selected catamarans and sailboats are waiting for you to sail the Caribbean paradise sea; contact us for a tailor-made quote.


DEPARTURE BASE Marina de L’Anse Marcel, St. Martin
Port de Plaisance, St. Martin
Louis Marigot, St. Martin
Lonvilliers, St. Martin
TIME OF DEPARTURE Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday

Included services

Travel assistance and registration fee
Sailing boat or catamaran
First and last night in Marina
Bed linen
Route and wheater forecast briefing

Not included services

Final cleaning (from €130)
Fuel (approx. €150)
Skipper (from €1.260)
Hostess (from €850)
Dinghy outboard engine (from €60)
Extra ports and buoys (approx. €100)
On-line galley with delivery on board

From €3.260 per week for a sailing boat with 3 cabins and 3 bathrooms.

Catamarans with 4 double cabins and 2/4 bathrooms are also available, perfect for a group of 8 or 10 people. 


Land at Princess Juliana International Airport (IATA code SXM), the island's main airport. There are regular flights from various European cities and the taxi transfer to the Marina at Anse Marcel takes about 15 minutes.

Additional information

Language International crew and guests.
Class Guest Boat
How to come AIRPLANE: Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM)
Product ID 501
Saint Martin and BVI - ID 501

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Saint Martin and BVI - ID 501

This is an example itinerary suggested by the BeBlue skippers who are experts in the navigation area. The route can be planned on the needs of the group before departure or during navigation.

Day 1: Check-in

Embarkation in the late afternoon at the Marina de L'Anse Marcel, on the northern coast of Saint Martin. Once the boarding procedures are over and the galley is stowed, we set sail at sunset for a long overnight sail to the British Virgin Islands. 

Day 2

Wake up in the paradise of the British Virgin Islands and have breakfast near the world-famous Caribbean reefs. First stop is The Baths Marine Park, where you can snorkel or hike to Devil Bay through a giant rock labyrinth. In the late afternoon, after our lunch break, we will head to Virgin Gorda Sound beach to try the typical local drinks. We will spend the night in the roadstead.

Day 3

Departure at dawn after breakfast towards Anegada to watch the world-famous Caribbean flamingos. Lunch break at anchor and plenty of time to relax by swimming in the crystal-clear waters and sunbathing in the company of new friends. In the evening, we will sail to one of the beautiful Caribbean bays to enjoy the scenery during a magnificent candlelight dinner.

Day 4

In the morning, we set sail for Virgin Gorda, where you will enjoy the various water activities, before having a relaxing lunch on board. In the afternoon we will explore the world-famous water caves known as The Baths, continue our sail through Devil's Bay beach and spend the night in Gorda Sound.

Day 5

We continue sailing to Sandy Cay National Park. Lunch on board, away from the crowds, and then possibility to visit the Soggy Dollar Bar to try their infamous painkiller cocktail. In the late afternoon we move to Great Harbour where you can have dinner surrounded by a wonderful atmosphere.

Day 6

After breakfast, we will drop anchor heading for Tortola, the largest and most populous island in the British Virgin Islands, where you will have the opportunity to go down the coast to taste typical Caribbean dishes. In the afternoon we will anchor at Soper's Hole Marina, and then head to the Indians Marine Park for snorkelling. Overnight mooring in the roadstead on Norman Island at Kelly's Cove.

Day 7

Today we set sail early in the morning, heading for the Rhone Marine Park to snorkel around the wreck of the British mail ship RMS Rhone, which sank in 1867 during a hurricane. Lunch in the roadstead away from the crowds to enjoy the last day in complete relaxation. In the afternoon we will head to Cooper Island, where we will dine for the last evening surrounded by the beautiful Caribbean Sea, before returning by night to Saint Martin.

Day 8: Check-out

Last breakfast and last swim before sailing back to L'Anse Marcel marina.  Disembarkation is scheduled in the morning.

The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.

The Baths is a composition of granite rocks that form sheltered sea pools with white sandy beaches and secret rock pools, located at the bottom of a hill in the South of Virgin Gorda. Crossing colourful inlets and granite boulders of The Baths is undoubtedly one of the most unique experiences you can have in the British Virgin Islands. Huge grey polished boulders of various sizes rise from the crystal-clear waters of the sea, creating a kind of labyrinth that tourists can swim or walk through. Once you reach Devil's Bay, the beautiful beach at the end of the rocks, you will find shallow, clear waters perfect for snorkelling, relaxing in the sun or taking postcard-worthy photographs.