The BucketLust is proud to announce its next New Year's Eve voyage of exploration that would make even Christopher Columbus blush. Our route allows us to explore three different countries over the course of a week, including the smallest inhabited island split between two nations: St. Martin (France) & St. Maarten (Netherlands), as well as the Islands of Anguilla (UK) & St. Barts (France).
With a scoop of our special sauce, some British Caribbean beach vibes, French elegance and Dutch flair, this route is poised to blow your socks off. Get ready to raise your sails and hang on for your life behind a passenger jet take-off because THE ST MARTIN ROUTE is getting the FULL SEND this coming New Year's!
Use the Interactive Map below to explore the route in detail (Google Maps link).
*This is an indicative itinerary and is subject to weather conditions and other variables.
We expect this route to sell out very fast and have already had numerous requests for reservations. Please register your interest below to make sure you are the first to know yacht release dates and route launch information. The price varies depending on the size, age, type and amenities of the yacht. Please note we only take whole yacht bookings and do not take bookings for individual spots.
Wake up to a new view every morning. Watch the sun set over a new horizon every night. Explore something new every day.
FRIAR'S BAY (FRANCE)
ROAD BAY, ANGUILLA (UK)
SIMPSON BAY / PHILIPSBURG (NETHERLANDS)
GUSTAVIA, ST BARTS (FRANCE)
LOTERIE FARM (FRANCE)
POP-UP YACHT PARTIES. THEMED EVENTS. EPIC ADVENTURE.
CIRCLE RAFT PARTIES
EPIC DAY PARTIES
SAIL THE SEAS
GETTING TO ST. MARTIN
Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) will be the primary/cheapest airport for most guest flying in, and it is located on the Dutch side of St Martin. Alternatively, you may fly into the smaller airport at Grand Case (SFG) on the French side. Check-in and yacht pick up will be at Fort Louis Marina in Marigot on the French side.
POST HURRICANE IRMA RECOVERY
On our recent visit it was wonderful to witness St. Martin, St Barts and Anguilla all recovering so quickly, and it was heart-warning to see so many tourists returning for the local regatta, fantastic sailing, amazing beaches and salty sun-soaked adventures in this fabulous French-Dutch melting pot of a Caribbean destination. If you enjoy mingling with the island’s locals, most are eager to share their stories, adding another dimension to your vacation. The people are the heart and soul of St. Martin – and they are excited to welcome us for the New Year!
Officially supported by the Tourist Office of St. Martin