St Martin will captivate you from the moment your captain moors your yacht and you skip ashore.
The Dutch side, with the capital Philipsburg, is known for its many glittering jewellery stores, its lively nightspots and bustling casinos. The French side, with its capital, Marigot, is better known for its restaurants and gourmet cuisine.
Ever considered visiting St Martin? Or how about St Maarten? If you fancy your vacation in two languages, then this island — part of the Caribbean’s Leeward Islands — is sure to fascinate. The islands have the rather interesting distinction of being half French and half Dutch: its northern French side is called Saint Martin, while its southern Dutch side is called Sint Maarten.
The island is home to bustling resort beaches as well as isolated coves for some much-needed downtime. It's also known for its fusion cooking, vibrant nightlife and duty-free shops.
Whichever name you prefer to call it, though, St Martin will captivate you from the moment you moor your yacht and skip ashore.
Rates from: 460,000 EUR per week
Type: Expedition Yacht
Built: 1974, Icon Yachts
Length (m): 77.40
Rates from: 343,000 EUR per week
Type: Motor Yacht
Built: 2002, Oceanco
Length (m): 62.60
Rates from: 65,000 USD per week
Type: Sailing Yacht
Built: 2009, Perama
Length (m): 42
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