Caribbean Catamaran Sailing Charters

It’s Your Adventure


Whether your catamaran charter is for a wedding, honeymoon, quiet getaway, or even a thrilling adventure of life at sea, our team will ensure you have an amazing time.
A yacht – and especially a catamaran – is one of the greatest ways to explore a destination like the Caribbean.
When you sail on one of our catamaran charters, the choice is always yours. You can prepare your own dinner of freshly caught seafood or enjoy a locally prepared dinner ashore.
Customize your itinerary to stay longer at certain places or see certain sights. Even combine your charter with accommodations on land and tours to experience the best of both worlds.



Choose Your Course


Short Trips

If you’re just looking for a short charter, we recommend sailing around the island of St. Lucia – a few days at sea, a few ashore.
Get the best of both worlds and experience the beauty of St. Lucia like it should be – from land and sea.


Longer Trips – South

For the longer charter itineraries, guests will generally choose a course to the north or south of St. Lucia.
The southern route takes you to the pristine Tobago Cays in the Grenadines – an extensive range of over 600 small, sandy and largely uninhabited islands.


Longer Trips – North

The northern route on the other hand takes you up to Martinique , Dominica and Gaudeloupe – beautiful islands, each rich with their own culture, cuisine, and attractions to enjoy.
Most charter vacationers choose the southern route on their first trip to St. Lucia , followed by the north route on their next visit.
Ultimately, if you’re looking for quiet, tranquility and the pristine nature of the Caribbean, choose the southern itinerary. If you’re looking to visit lots of superb local restaurants and immerse yourself in culture, choose the north route.


One-Way Trips

One-way charters are also a very popular option, the most common one being from Saint Lucia to Grenada. This allows you to enjoy more time at each anchorage and more time to stop and explore along the way..




Choose Your Captain and Catamaran




Captain Joe (Catamaran 43 by Robertson and Caine)

Embark on a unforgettable sailing adventure with the trusty Captain Joe, discovering all the beauty of the Caribbean between Guadeloupe to Grenada, or even just around St. Lucia.
Captain Joe’s catamaran is a stunning 43’ Robison and Caine catamaran with plenty of roomy space above and below deck.

The cockpit is a great place for sightseeing and relaxing while steering the ship, and the sugar scoop stern and broad transom make dinghy access, swimming, and snorkeling easy as can be.

And don’t forget the trampoline, which is also a favorite hangout place – especially on evenings with a drink in hand and stars in the sky.

Captain Stanley (Catamaran 43 by Robertson and Caine)

Set sail on your private catamaran with the friendly Captain Stanley towards St. Vincent in the south or Martinique in the north from St. Lucia.Captain Stanley proudly commands a 39’ Nautitech catamaran, accommodating up to 8 people.
Enjoy spacious decks and smoother sailing with a catamaran, as well as 4 roomy guest cabins with double beds.
Enjoy your dinner above or below deck, and hang out on the trampoline when the mood is right.


Catamaran 43-Captain Joe High Season
(Dec 20 – Apr 15)
Low Season
(Apr 16 – Dec 19)
2-10 People $1,250 per day $1,125 per day
Catamaran 395-Captain Stanley High Season
(Dec 20 – Apr 15)

Low Season
(Apr 16 – Dec 19)

2-10 People $725 per day $725 per day


All Charter prices are in US$ per person for the entire trip and based on the number of guests in your group, and include:

  • Private yacht exclusively for your party
  • Professional crew and yacht insurance
  • Customs clearance taxes
  • Ice, water, fuel, linens
  • Snorkeling gear, fishing gear and dinghy with outboard motor

Food and Beverages Options. You have the following choice:

  • You can bring your own provisioning aboard
  • You can order groceries and have it delivered to the boat
  • You can also get the services of a cook at $139 per day

Extras: Customs clearance taxes. If you visit Mustique, mooring fee will apply.

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