Seek remote isolation with Lagoon 380 in the lush and rarely visited islands of Guadeloupe in the East Caribbean!
With Valentine weekend around the corner, and Blizzard blowout threatening havoc on the East Coast of USA for the days to come, a romantic getaway must be on the schedule of many couples and families these days. East Caribbean paradise is a very inviting proposition we assume and one of the fully equipped and professionally managed sailing catamarans based in Guadeloupe, within the Windward island chain may be your next yacht charter escape.
Based in Marina Bas du Fort on the Grande Terre side of the Guadeloupe’s butterfly shaped main island, a Lagoon 380 (2013) 'Eugenite' could be your home for the forthcoming period. The cruising grounds here are a perfect surroundings for those who are looking for an independent sailing holiday without mass tourism, traffic jams and loud evening partying. With numerous isolated and remote islands around, many of which feature untouched rainforests and even an underwater sea park, a national park and two major world famous waterfalls, there is plenty to see and experience while sailing, hiking or walking. With end of January and February climate and winds being very favourable, plethora of beaches that you can call you own and a choice of sailing itineraries in the South for families and novices or the North for explorers and genuine sailing enthusiasts, you cannot make a mistake by booking your flights to Guadeloupe. And if Lagoon 380 is small for your own requirements, pick one of the larger ones such as Lagoon 400, Lagoon 421, a Helia 44 or even the prestigious bareboat sailing multihull, Saba 50 Quintet with 6 double en suite cabins or the luxury version Saba 50 Maestro with air condition and a generator to boot. So why not start planning your lastminute bareboat sailing holiday in the Windward island of Guadeloupe and even practice your French while doing so.ENQUIRE