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Anse de Colombier,  Saint Barthélemy
Anse de Colombier, Saint Barthélemy

Explore Saint Barthélemy, known as St Barths or St Barts in English, on your St Barts Yacht Charter. The island is eight square miles of arid, volcanic rock. It’s home to an eclectic mix of iguanas, night-blooming cacti, fabulous beaches, luxury yacht charter, designer boutiques, and celebrities. 

Through the vagaries of its history, St. Barths has become well known as a duty-free port and shopping mecca for globe-trotters and yachties alike. Home to descendants of the original French settlers and transplanted Europeans, as a result, this is an island with a strong, independent personality. It is undoubtedly the most unusual of the French West Indies islands. 

St Barts Yacht Charters

A private Caribbean yacht charter is a great way to explore the islands between and around St. Barths and St Martin (St Maarten). You will have the opportunity to include popular stop-offs at the other Leeward Islands, like Anguilla, Antigua, Barbuda, St. Kitts, and Nevis. 

This sophisticated French island, Saint Barthélemy, packs a lot into a small package. Besides, the cuisine ranks among the Caribbean’s best. Indeed almost everything is stylish.

Spend some time snorkeling, swimming, and watching the sunset while sailing St Barts yachts. Complete the day soaking in its natural beauty and checking out numerous excellent restaurants. 

Gustavia Harbor is lined with designer boutiques, world-class restaurants, and chic cafés. It is the leading St Barts boat charter destination for provisioning, services, and facilities. It can also accommodate up to 60 yachts of up to 197 ft in its inner harbor and, in addition, 100 more in the outer harbor. 

$125,000 - $140,000 /wk
  • 5 Cabins
  • 130.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 2014
$80,000 - $90,000 /wk
  • 5 Cabins
  • 116.00 Ft Power
  • Built: 2011

And if you’re lucky enough, you can witness the Les Voiles de Saint Barth – Yacht Racing Event!

Shell Beach on St Barths
Shell Beach, St Barts


When you visit St Barts, you appreciate nature more, with the puffy white clouds parading a clear blue sky and warm balmy breezes most of the year. This calm, relaxed climate could see a tropical storm or hurricane from July to November. 

On the other hand, we recommend December through June as the best time for a St Barts Catamaran Charter. Celebrate Christmas, and New Year, or take a romantic Spring Break cruising islands in the Caribbean.

Must-See St Barts Yacht Charter Destinations

  • Gustavia – The capital of St Barts. This town wraps around the harbor like a horseshoe. In the harbor, colorful, rustic fishing boats bob next to impressive mega yachts. Chic shops and galleries line the streets of Gustavia. 
  • Then stroll along Quai de la République if you seek retail therapy or fabulous people-watching. You will also find some outstanding gourmet restaurants that fly in continental delicacies.
  • Fort Gustave – For beautiful views over the area, visit the ruins of this fort. This site is easily recognizable by the red and white lighthouse that was built on the site in 1961. The fort is mostly in ruins today, but a few cannons remain.
  • Wall House Museum – St Barth’s municipal museum. 

More things to see

  • Vieux Clocher – The oldest building in Gustavia. A green-painted Swedish clock tower.
  • Lorient – The island’s first French settlement site, not far from St. Jean. A very charming village with a 19th-century church. It’s ideal for surfing. 
  • St-Jean – Located in the heart of St Barts. This is the most popular destination outside of Gustavia. Fabulous boutiques, shops, and incredible restaurants are waiting for you. 
  • Beaches – Baie de St-Jean feels like you’re in St Tropez with its crystal clear aquamarine water and glamorous sunbathers.
  • On the other hand, Anse des Flamands a quieter stretch of beach than Baie de St-Jean. Relax under the shade of palm trees and savor local food at ample eateries here.
  • Moreover, Anse de Grand Cul de Sac is the best beach if you are interested in water sports. 
  • Go to Shell Beach to bring back some shells for the perfect vacation mementos. This beach has an abundance of seashells. 

Things to do

  • Walking on the beach or sunbathing – Baie de St-Jean Bay. Excellent people watching while walking on the white-sand beach. Visit a few of the fabulous boutiques and bistros. On the south side of Eden Rock, go for a more peaceful stroll.
  • Another magnificent beach for a stroll is Anse des Flamands. It offers some palm-tree shade and ample eateries should you get hungry or thirsty. Don’t forget to collect shells on Shell Beach.
  • Windsurfing and Kitesurfing – Wonderful at Baie de St-Jean (or the Bay of St. Jean). Additionally, at Anse de Grand Cul de Sac.
  • Snorkeling – At the reef-protected waters of Baie de St-Jean. Many areas will let you see magnificent colorful coral reefs, mainly from the shallow water. And plenty of brilliantly colored fish.
  • Swimming – Bay of St Jean. Swim in the particularly warm, calm, and reef-protected waters of Anse de Grand Cul de Sac. Or visit Lorient Beach. One end of this long beach is ideal for swimming, the other for surfing.
  • Kayaking and Stand-up-Paddle boarding – Anse de Grand Cul de Sac.

More things to do on St Barts Yacht Charter

  • Surfing 
  • Diving 
  • Hiking 
  • Tennis 
  • Events such as St Barth’s Music Festival, Carnival, the annual St Barts Bucket, St Barth’s Film Festival, New Year, and other holidays.
Eden Rock St Barths
Eden Rock St Barths

St Barts Beach Clubs

For the party-goers, check out these popular beach clubs in St Barts:

Nikki Beach Club

Enjoy the best and most glamorous party atmosphere at Nikki Beach Club St Barts. If you get tired from partying, take a break and refuel with delicious international flavors infused with the zest of the West Indies.

In addition, guests should not miss the signature “Amazing Sundays” with live music and flowing champagne. Another great thing about this beach club is the world-renowned saxophone player, Jimmy Sax’s blazing beats.

Shellona Beach Club

This is considered a premier beach club, mostly covered with seashells, located within the city limits of Gustavia. Enjoy wonderful cove views, a serenely inviting beach for swimming, a medley of Mediterranean and Caribbean flavors, and regular DJ-led music reminiscent of Mykonos and Ibiza.

Get ready to lounge like royalty among the breathtaking landscapes, just make sure you reserve your loungers in advance.

La Guérite Beach Club | St Barts Yacht Charter

Discover La Guérite Beach Club St Barts, the newest and hottest beach club experience on the beautiful island. It’s also located between two iconic spots, Nikki Beach and GypSea.

Experience their amazing Mediterranean-inspired menu. For a more laid-back atmosphere, you can spend a midafternoon Sunday soiree at this breathtaking locale.

Pearl Beach Club at Pearl Beach Hotel

Experience true island vibes at Pearl Beach Club St Barts! Enjoy amazing views of small airplanes taking off and landing nearby this laid-back beach club.

Enjoy the local delicacy with the fresh seafood menu and watch the grill in action. Have a refreshing drink from the bar, a delicious lunch on the deck, or an outdoor feet-in-sand dining area.

This is the perfect getaway for an island paradise away from the usual vibrant clubbing atmosphere. Even better, Pearl Beach is one of the only restaurants on the beach that serve breakfast – start your day in style!

Le Toiny Beach Club at Toiny Bay

Nestled in a beautiful corner of Toiny Bay, the idyllic Le Toiny Beach Club sets the stage for Caribbean-chic vibes. Situated on the beachfront with no other buildings in sight, this exclusive hideaway is truly inviting. So, unwind while taking in the Tahitian feel and scenery.

Enjoy a mix of French-Caribbean cuisine, while watching surfers in action. Don’t forget to inquire about the Fish-of-the-Day and Butcher’s Cut daily specials!

Le Rivage Beach Club

Experience a whole new level of beachside dining at Le Rivage Beach Club in St Barts. Sit on the white sand of the Grand Cul-de-Sac beachfront. Indulge in delectable Italian cuisine prepared in a charcoal oven, and be amazed by the fantastic view of kiteboarders.

Dine with a selection of traditional pasta, pizza, and other specialty seafood dishes. Experience attentive service that brings you even closer to the sea. Lastly, top off your meal with delicious homemade desserts.

Nao Beach Club | St Barts Yacht Charter

If you’re looking for a new beach club experience in St. Barts, NAO Beach Club is a must-visit destination. This trendy spot offers a unique menu that fuses Japanese and Mediterranean influences. Savor delicious dishes while feeling the sand on your feet.

But it’s not just about the food: NAO Beach Club also offers sunbeds for ultimate relaxation. The atmosphere is set with DJ tunes to keep the party going all afternoon. And don’t miss out on the signature cocktails, especially the Osaka Sour.

Gyp Sea Beach Club

For a relaxed, boho-chic beach club experience in St. Barts, head to Gyp Sea Beach Club. This laidback spot puts barbecue at the heart of the menu, with almost everything grilled to perfection. Be sure to try the daily-catch raw fish selection as well.

And when it comes to drinks, Gyp Sea offers top-shelf rums and signature cocktails served in fun, parrot-shaped vessels. The atmosphere is perfect for kicking back and enjoying the beach vibe, and you can even walk there along the beachfront from Eden Rock for a bit of adventure.

With plenty of chaise lounges available to rent after lunch, Gyp Sea is the ultimate destination for a leisurely day on the sand. Don’t miss the beach cigar cellar for a unique experience you won’t find anywhere else.

Gastronomy Highlights

Local Specialities

Saint Barthélemy cuisine is based on French, West Indian, Creole, and Asian cuisine.

  • Steamed vegetables with fresh fish
  • grilled lamb
  • Creole dishes are spicier than French cuisine
  • fresh, locally caught seafood, grilled lobster
  • stuffed crab
  • West Indian pudding
  • local fruit for dessert is available in sorbets, smoothies, salads, or cakes
  • rum cocktail


Due to its French and Creole roots in its cuisine, St Barts has most likely the best food in the Caribbean. It is home to over 70 superb restaurants.

And this playground of the rich and famous assure a vast selection of great establishments.

  • La Gloriette
  • Maya’s To Go
  • Shelton
  • Le Tamarin
  • Eddy’s
  • Orega
  • Sand Restaurant

Marinas and Anchorages on your St Barts Yacht Charter

Sailors have discovered the magic of St Barts for hundreds of years.

  • The Port of Gustavia – Rated is one of the world’s most popular and beautiful natural harbors. The docks are assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Anchoring sites outside Gustavia – One to the south of the channel with good holding and visibility in 20-30 feet. The other one is at the shoreside.
  • Anse Colombier – The use of a mooring ball is recommended. Then again, if all are taken, anchoring is allowed here. Take the dinghy into Gustavia.

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