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Enjoying challenging sail in St Martin during this Christmas and NEW YEAR holidays!

11th Aug 2015

Published by Editorial Team on 11th August 2015

LIPARI 41

Located in the Leeward Islands, the French and Dutch divided the island is probably the smallest territory in the world shared by two independent countries.
The northern part is a French overseas territory, while the Dutch side is an independent nation within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Thanks to the combination of the French and Dutch cultural identities, St. Martin is a rewarding place to visit.  Where else can you experience the French Haute Coutuire and sophistication and a relaxed, easygoing style of living of the Dutch ? Add to this the mix up of both Caribbean and European food, culture and cuisine and it is clear that Sint Maarten or Saint Martin is like no other island  in the East Caribbean.
Here you will find a range of and a huge contract of both casual beach bars and world class restaurants,  live music in many areas you wouldn't expect it, numerous infamous beaches, and most of all a fascinating colonial history,  If it wasn't for sailing conditions being relatively difficult for a casual sailor, it is almost certain St Martin would be as popular as the British Virgin Islands.  Apart from the sailing and the island itself, here you can also plot a number of excursions, in particular diving and snorkelling around mostly unspoiled reefs of the area. With the vicinity of islands such as St Barths, Saba, Anguilla and St Kitts and Nevis, with some careful planning you could also enjoy a right mix of island hopping and casual blue water sailing too.   From the home pase in Port Royale, a typical 10 days NEW YEARS and Christmas sailing itinerary would take you to Road Bay and Prickly Pear in Anguilla, Dog Island, Anse Marcel in the North of the Saint Martin, Tintamarre, Orient Bay, Gustavia on St Bartholomey, Colombier, Ile Fourchue ou Colobier, Saba and Simpson Bay on St Martin.  Start planning your Saint Martin NEW YEAR cruise now and book one of the lovely sailing catamarans based there now. Lipari 41 multihull could be your perfect choice in this case as it accommodates up to 10 casual sailors in good comfort and allows you to set sail and dive into the best of the East Caribbean cruising grounds.  

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LIPARI 41
Type: Sailing Catamarans | Built:2011
Length: 11.9 meter | Crew:
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