The French West Indies cuisine is to be enjoyed on charter. The French West Indian islands of St. Martin, St. Barths, Guadeloupe and Martinique are well known for their cuisine. Blending the influences of the Caribbean and France they have created a food scene unlike any other.
Combined with the local rums one will enjoy an experience that is unsurpassed in other islands of the Caribbean. Here is a link to an article in the Caribbean Journal about a tiny village on the island of Guadeloupe that offers some of this cuisine:
“DESHAIES — Just before noon on a recent trip to Guadeloupe’s Island of Basse-Terre, I saw a rooster walking into a church.
At first glance, it seemed the most exciting thing to happen all day — he was clearly heading to confession for failing to wake up on time. This is a sleepy town.
Or at least that’s what I thought. But soon I discovered that Deshaies may look like a quiet, unassuming fishing village, but there’s something rather exciting happening here. And it begins and ends with the food.”
One of the catamarans sailing and serving the French West Indies cuisine this summer is the Privilege 65 “LOLALITA”. With 4 experienced crew members accommodating 8 guests in comfort you can sail the area.