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This cruise will take you to a variety of spots offering any and all riding conditions: flat water riding on the lagoon, wave riding on the reef and deep water for foiling. The air and water temperatures are warm throughout the year. You will be accompanied by the certified skipper and kiter has been living in the area for 15 years. Discover the best spots of Saint Martin, Anguilla, and Saint Barth aboard a Lagoon 38 feet catamaran, an unforgettable trip for you, your friends, and family.
During this surf camp and cruise, you will be accommodated on a Lagoon 38 feet catamaran. The boat has four double berths.
This kite cruise is an unforgettable journey through some of the Caribbean's best and untouched kite spots. Discover Anguilla's white, sandy beaches, Sandy Island, Prickly Pear, Dog Island, Scrub Island and spots only accessible by the catamaran. You will visit Grand Case - a creole style village and the Caribbean capital for fine cuisine with over 40 restaurants!
Hop island to island discovering some of the Caribbean's most beautiful kiteboarding destinations. Ride flat water lagoons, surf the reef breaks, and foil ride in the deep waters. Immerse in the multi-cultural atmosphere of Saint Martin and indulge in the fine French cuisine and Dutch nightlife. The guest must be independent (no beginners).
Boarding in Orient Bay or Cul-de-sac Provisioning on the road (taxi supplement). at 19:00, you'll get a briefing and captain cocktail.
After a 1,5-hour crossing, you'll arrive on Cove Bay (Anguilla). A long, deserted beach oriented side-shore, perfect for an upgrade. It is possible to have meals at "Smokeys" in Cove Bay.
Navigation to Sandy Island (desert island). You'll have lunch on the island and moorings at Road bay. It is possible to have meals at Pumphouse (live music).
Down on Prickly Pear, it is possible to have meals on the island. You'll be back to Saint Martin - Anchorage to Grand Case.
Crossing on Fourche Island.
Saint Barth discovery and return on Tintamare. Mooring in Tintamare.
End of the cruise at Orient Bay (at noon).
The island of Anguilla has the third best beach in the world (Shoal Bay) for the smoothness and whiteness of its sand. You will be dazzled by its deserted beaches and turquoise waters.
A sandy beach 1,5 kilometers, facing east with a side-shore wind, perfect for intermediates who want a secure site. On the beach, it is possible to eat at the "Smokeys" small local restaurant (open for lunch and dinner).
A small island of sand and coconut trees lost to leeward of Anguilla, the magical spot (20 minutes nav Road Town). A small lagoon with plain water (offshore wind), a small spot of wind, and wave a huge playground around. There is a restaurant, open for lunch. This place is perfect for snorkeling, stand up paddle, or idleness.
A beautiful beach of white sand west side (perfect for north wind). This is the beach where you can recover from a downwind Sandy Island. You can also enjoy a cocktail at Viceroy Luxury Hotel.
Another island located off the coast of Anguilla (three miles). It has protected lagoon and small wave spot perfect for snorkeling. There is a restaurant at the beach that opens for lunch.
Small local village with its harbor. Protected anchorage. "Ribs" and "Pumphouse" are one of the best local bars there with live music. Anguilla harbors a lot of reggae artists, such as Bankie Banks, a former comrade of Bob Marley.
In Saint Martin, the wind blows all year round, with an average of 13 - 15 knots and occasionally up to 20 knots. The morning is usually the best time to ride, until about 11:00 when the wind dies down. It picks up again around 15:00. A 10 meters and 14 meters quiver is recommended.
A jewel of the natural reserve of Saint Martin. Tintamare is probably one of the most beautiful corners of the anchor. You can swim with sea turtles and winter you'll meet dolphins and whales. Beautiful sea and exceptional trekking funds to travel to the northern tip of the clay cliffs and natural jacuzzi.
The kite spot of Saint Martin. 1,5 kilometers long bay with all possible activities.
On the road to Saint Barts, Fourche Island is part of the natural reserve of Saint Barts and therefore is a must-see.