Leeward Islands

Enjoy life at a slower, calmer pace as you cruise through the beautiful Leeward Islands. Encompassing several different nationalities, this archipelago spans some 120 miles from Antigua to Dominica. Home to diverse geography ranging from dense rainforests to coral islands and volcanic craters, there are many reasons why this part of the Caribbean is a popular charter destination. Boasting everything from magnificent sailing conditions to sun-kissed beaches, secluded anchorages and hidden cays with vibrant, traditional cultures and cuisine, it is barefoot luxury at its best. The perfect winter or summer getaway, the Leeward Islands are sure to be the charter destination you’ve always dreamt of.

Amazing Antigua

Day 1 Antigua

Begin your charter in the beautiful English Harbour, located on the island of Antigua and steeped in maritime history. A former British Royal Navy Port, this harbour offers a rich history and is home to the only Georgian dockyard in the world, Nelson’s dockyard. Explore this lovely harbour before you set off on your tropical journey. Afterwards, cruise along the magical coastline, taking in its miles of stunning white-sand beaches and turquoise waters. Spend the afternoon beachcombing and enjoy the slow pace of life.

Tranquil & Peaceful St Kitts & Nevis

Day 2 St Kitts & Nevis

Wake up and cruise to the exclusive sister isles of St. Kitts and Nevis. Nevis, one of the smallest islands in the Caribbean, offers a stunningly dramatic landscape formed by the now dormant volcano. Let its old-world charm win you over as you head ashore and discover its old plantation houses, sugar cane fields and mills. Afterwards, cruise to St.Kitts, one of the most peaceful islands in the region, for some shopping and luxurious dining. For those who love diving, head to the Sandy Point Reef National Marine Park, which offers exciting diving through its 30m-long canyons.

French-Riviera styled St Barths

Day 3 St Barths

After a delicious breakfast onboard Thumper, cruise to famous St Barths. This spectacular volcanic island is tucked away in the French West Indies and is known for having some of the finest restaurants in the Caribbean. Head to the south end of the island, which features perfect white-sand beaches surrounded by green hillsides for excellent swimming and snorkelling. Afterwards, head to the main harbour of Gustavia for high-end shopping and gastronomic feasting. End the day with a cocktail or two onboard.

Amazing Anguilla

Day 4 Anguilla

Head towards the low coral island of Anguilla. Covered in soft, glistening white-sand beaches surrounded by azure waters, this island is ideal for unwinding. Anchor off Maundays Bay, a long curve of spotless white sand, where the waters are calm and explore the beauty of the under-water world. Then head ashore for a round of golf at the CuisinArt Resort, which features an 18-hole Greg Norman-designed champion golf course or some magical horse riding along the beach at sunset.

Fabulous St. Maarten/ St. Martin

Day 5 St. Maarten/ St. Martin

A short cruise from Anguilla, the dual-nation of St Maarten (St Martin) offers two unique experiences. The Dutch half of the island, known as St Maarten is home to exuberant nightlife, duty-free stores and casinos. The French half of the island, St. Martin, is famous for its excellent culinary offering, with several beach-front bars and restaurants. Both sides of the island are surrounded by crystal clear, shallow waters, perfect for snorkelling, swimming and water sports.