Rent a boat in Martinique

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Year of manufacture
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+100 boats available

Catamaran croisière et sortie dauphins (2011)

Martinique
9
With or without a captain
 6 · Private

From €286 per day

Catamaran TS 42 13m (2016)

Martinique
8
Without captain
Super owner

From €650 per day

Sailboat Rm RM 1180 11.8m (2019)

Martinique
6
Without captain
Super owner

From €536 per day

Sailboat POGO STRUCTURES POGO 36 10.86m (2017)

Martinique
8
With or without a captain
Super owner

From €393 per day

Motorboat Rodman 1250 860hp (2002)

Fort-de-France
6
With captain

From €650 per day

Beneteau Flyer 5.5 SpaceDeck (2018)

Fort-de-France
6
Without captain
 16

From €260 per day

CATANA 42 (2013)

Martinique
8
With or without a captain
Private

From €541 per day

Catamaran LAGOON LAGOON 52 15.84m (2018)

Martinique
14
With captain

From €1,071 per day

Sailboat POGO STRUCTURES POGO 12.50 12.18m (2016)

Martinique
8
With or without a captain
Super owner

From €536 per day

Jeanneau 57 (2015)

Martinique
10
With captain

From €927 per day

Catamaran Bali - Catana 4.6 14m (2021)

Anse Mitan
8
With captain
 1

From €514 per day

Catamaran XL CATAMARAN Ts 52.8 16.1m (2012)

Martinique
10
With captain

From €707 per day

Catamaran FOUNTAINE PAJOT SABA 50 14.98m (2018)

Martinique
14
With or without a captain
 1

From €1,057 per day

Lagoon 400 S2 (2016)

Martinique
10
Without captain

From €457 per day

Sailboat POGO STRUCTURES Pogo 12.5 12.5m (2016)

Martinique
6
With or without a captain
Super owner

From €564 per day

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 51 (1993)

Martinique
8
With captain
Private

From €671 per day

Lagoon 450S, year 2017 (2017)

Martinique
9
Without captain

From €607 per day

Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 Maestro 14.98m (2019)

Martinique
10
With captain

From €1,086 per day

Why rent a boat in Martinique?

Explore the island of flowers on board a boat and let yourself sail along the coast of Martinique. Coconut groves, abundant vegetation and local distilleries: the recipe for a successful cruise around the island! Situated in the arc of the Lesser Antilles, Martinique is surrounded by the paradisiacal Caribbean Sea. Like most of the islands in the region, it offers a steep landscape that is breathtaking.

In the north, the scenery mixes mountains and rocks with a wild tropical forest, while in the south you will find a drier climate that further favours the development of the tourist area. Besides its climate, the island of Martinique will also seduce you with its native animal species, whether terrestrial, marine or aerial, as well as its vegetation, which offers a breathtaking spectacle to its visitors all year round.

Do you want to be really impressed? Try hiring a catamaran in Martinique with a skipper. And get ready: you're heading straight for a grand cruise in the West Indies!

Discover our favourite destinations in Martinique :

Rent a boat in Le Marin

Renting a boat at Les Trois-Îlets

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Rent a boat at Le Robert

Where to sail in Martinique?

Enjoy renting a boat in Martinique and let yourself be amazed by its magnificent landscapes.

Fort-de-France

Stroll through the Balata Garden, where you can admire the magnificent varieties of tropical plants. Also be sure to visit the Grand Marché, where you can buy all kinds of souvenirs typical of the region.

Le Diamant

During your visit to this seaside town, take the opportunity to hire a boat and get close to the famous Pedra do Diamantem or Rocher du Diamant, which was once a pirate hideout, or take a dip in the crystal clear waters to discover the wildlife.

Les Salines

Les Salines beach, in the municipality of Sainte-Anne, is a place much-loved by tourists and locals alike because of its heavenly scenery, among coconut trees and white sand. This magnificent beach, which stretches for over a kilometre, is considered one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean.

The Caravelle Peninsula

This nature reserve, classified as such since 1976, is a must stop during your visit to Martinique. It is a great place for hiking, and you can also visit the beautiful ruins of the Château Dubuc, or relax on one of its beaches.

Mount Pelée

Home to a still active volcano, which last erupted in 1932, venture out to explore the area around Mount Pelee via two routes. Beware, this climb is reserved for the more athletic due to its high level of difficulty!

Our favourite anchorages in Martinique

Hire a catamaran or a sailboat with your family to discover the local villages of each anchorage: Sainte-Anne, les Anses d'Arlet, l'Anse Mitan and la Pointe du Bout and, of course, Fort-de-France, with its great market. Not forgetting the north coast of the island, with its grey sandy beaches, the peaceful haven of the bays du Robert and du François, with a dozen islets that will offer you many possibilities for anchoring and incredible walks.

  • Les Anses-d'Arlet : this anchorage is a real natural gem that will seduce you immediately, there is no escape. The walk to the Anses-d'Arlet is a return to the essential, combining typical Creole houses and spice markets. You live at a different pace there, linked to natural and historical beauty as well as iconic water sports. Don't miss the Anse Noire and Anse Dufour beaches, ideal for a day of peace and quiet!
  • Deux Pitons: these two domes form one of the most beautiful horizons in the Caribbean arc. Rising above a rich marine ecosystem, this anchorage will delight lovers of deep-sea diving. It is impossible to find a more stunning stop on this part of Sainte-Lucie Island, meaning it is a must stop on your boat trip!
  • Saint-Pierre Bay: the deep waters of the port of Saint-Pierre will allow you to anchor easily and safely in a magnificent place. A real amphitheatre bordered by the Caribbean Sea, this place is perfect for the brave who wish to challenge the ascent of Mount Pelée.
  • Tartane: on the seafront of the Caravelle peninsula, recharge your batteries in the middle of nature. Visit the mangrove in Tartane, watch or take part in a stand up paddle parade. In this area you will find several family beaches such as la Brèche beach or Bourg beach. For wave lovers, Anse Bonneville is a famous surf spot.

What is the best time to sail in Martinique?

Martinique enjoys a tropical climate and can be visited in all seasons. However, the best time to sail is between December and May. During this period, the outside temperature is around 28 °C and the water temperature ranges between 27 and 30 °C, perfect for escaping the winter of mainland France.

How much does it cost to charter a boat in Martinique?

In Martinique, the price of boat hire can vary depending on the type, model and capacity of the boat. It can also be different if you choose to hire a boat with a skipper.

  • A day trip on a motorboat costs from 115€, a price to be shared among several passengers.
  • Renting a sailboat for a weekly cruise with the family, on the other hand, costs from 700€, per week.
  • Rental of a catamaran, the quintessence of space and comfort, costs from 1,400€, per week, only.

Renting a boat with skipper in Martinique

Martinique is a magnificent area for sailing. With its very mild climate, it is a small nautical paradise, perfect to discover with the whole family on board.

If you are not yet self-sufficient in sailing or if you want to make the most of your cruise, no problem! Most boats can be rented with a skipper. These professional sailors will share their passions with you, tell you about their most beautiful moments on the high seas and, why not, share with you, delicious acras or grilled lobsters, typical dishes of the region.

What kind of boat to charter in Martinique?

Is exploring the turquoise waters of Martinique your next goal? Find the boat that best suits your travel desires and sailing plans.

  • A motor boat will be ideal for a day trip. Speedboats or semi-rigid boats are perfect for discovering small hidden coves, practicing water sports like wakeboarding or diving, and enjoying pleasant moments with family or friends.
  • Sailboats are among the most sought-after boats for rent in the West Indies. A sailboat will allow you to experience the coast of Martinique in total freedom and authenticity. This type of boat will fulfill the fantasies of sailors looking for adventure and excitement!
  • King of comfort and good social life, the catamaran is the most requested boat for long cruises in Martinique. Comfortable, spacious and more stable than a monohull sailboat, the catamaran is the boat of choice for families looking to enjoy the Caribbean with the comforts of home. It can usually accommodate up to 12 people, and is a real flat on the water, with enough space and comfort to pamper lazy lovers!

Tips for your sailing in Martinique

Sailing in the Caribbean arc requires a good knowledge of navigation: beware of the different effects caused in the winds due to the differences in relief between the islands. Never hire a boat without a skipper without first making sure you have all the experience necessary to sail in this area. Find out well in advance about the weather and in particular the risks of cyclones (August and September are the most likely months).

These are some of the reasons why we recommend renting a boat in Martinique with a skipper. When you can count on such a vast experience (that of the captain), the cruise immediately becomes safer and more idyllic, especially aboard a sailboat sailing the Caribbean Sea.

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William
Dec 9, 2017
I would visit Martinique again, the snorkeling was awesome !!!