Private Sailing CAT to Anguilla
Anguilla Sailing CAT Outing
On this Private Sailing Catamaran, your crew will do everything to get you settled in aboard this 47-foot sailing catamaran that holds up to 15 guests in your private party. Whether on the sun net in the front, or one of the shaded inside or outside areas, this luxury CAT will have you living the yachting life in no time.
Throw your cares to the wind on this St. Maarten excursion as the sails fill and push your sailing boat over the aqua blue waters. The trip to Anguilla takes approximately 90 minutes. There are accommodations on board as well as a galley and restrooms. Snacks and soft drinks are also served.
First stop in Anguilla is at Blowing Point for the customs regulations. Your customs fee is not included in the price of your St. Maarten tour. Anguilla Customs fees are $30 US/Guest and must be paid in cash. ALL GUESTS must have a valid passport.
You will then sail along the coast to Rendezvous Bay, approximately 45 minutes away. A huge white sandy beach with transparent blue water for swimming time or beachcombing. There will be time here to purchase lunch at one of the several restaurants along the beach including The Place, known for fish and sandwiches, the gourmet restaurant at Cuisineart Resort, Great House Beach Bar, or Bankie Banks local grill. Time at Rendezvous Bay is approximately two hours.
From here, it is a one hour sail back towards St Maarten and one of the best kept secrets just offshore on the French side. During your St. Maarten excursion a stop will be made at charming Tintamarre for a snorkeling exploration and beach relaxing moments. The island is approximately 0.3 square miles in size and has no human occupants living on the island. There are no restaurants or bars, just beach, paths for walking, and swimming/snorkeling in the azure blue water. Keep your eyes open for turtles and rays who live in these waters.
All too soon it is time to reboard your CAT for the 60 minutes run back to Oyster Bay.
Tour price includes boat, captain, hostess, snacks (Pringles, cashews, mixed nuts) and drinks, snorkeling gear, and marine park fees. The captain's main goal is to sail as much as possible. In the unlikely event that the motor must be used, it is at the captain's discretion and there will be no discount on the tour price. Itineraries are based on normal wind and sea conditions. The final itinerary is up to the captain and may be modified due to conditions that day with the safety and comfort of guests, crew, and boat in mind.