When on your Caribbean Sailing Vacation on our catamaran, Rocketeer, we never miss an opportunity to explore a new Caribbean island, visit with the locals, and check out the culture. Folks that sail aboard Rocketeer get to really experience a true Caribbean vacation, and see what it’s all about. This is not your ordinary Caribbean vacation. A Caribbean Sailing Vacation with us will be unique, fun, and an overall great experience. We take our local knowledge, and love for the sea and land to provide you with the Caribbean charter vacation of your dreams.
Make the Caribbean island of St Martin one of your stops while on your sailing charter vacation. We love the French town of Marigot on St Martin. While here, take a quick climb up to Fort Louis after breakfast for a breathtaking view, then a stop to buy baguettes at the Patisserie on the way back to the catamaran.
The beautiful island of St Martin is a 60/40 split between France and the Kingdom of the Netherlands (French: Saint-Martin; Dutch: Sint Maarten). With each area of the island offering a separate experience. Explore the panoramas of our colorful scenery dominated by flaming bright red, orange and yellow flamboyant trees. Take a walk on the wild side of Saint-Martin and explore its hills on a zip line or by horse back. Pick a sun kissed mango dripping with cool juices or a coconut filled with nourishing water. A wonderful possible stop for your St Martin Sailing Charter Vacation.
Choose our Saba Island Sailing Vacation. It is hard to imagine the determination and ingenuity required to develop this ruggedly beautiful island of steep cliffs ascending from the sea to the clouds. Saba is a unique stop on a Leeward Islands sailing vacation. The island is almost round with no natural harbor, so a stop to this beautiful island while on your sailing vacation is only possible when the weather is settled.
St Eustatius sailing is very special. We like this island because it is off the beaten path. The town is classic Dutch Caribbean unspoiled by tourism and the people are very friendly and helpful. Our favorite activity here is to visit an extinct volcano “The Quill” for a beautiful hike either into the cone itself or along the rim. Always a fun stop during your Caribbean sailing vacation!
Something nice happened today. While we were swimming back from the beach Grassa saw a very large fish in the water. She settled down when she saw that it was in fact not a fish but a mammal, and a curious one at that. Her friend continued to circle the boat for almost an hour after she left the water, saying hello to her again and again. It swam gracefully out along the chain approaching the anchor, back up the chain for a breath of air, around the stern and back to the chain again, and again….Perhaps a lonely male? The most wonderful things happen to us down here.
We saw this rainbow the other day. Very cool
Yes. it really looks like this.
An incredible image of the view from the Pitons on St. Lucia.