Looking for crystal clear water and white Beaches?

Sail with us through the Leeward Islands

Sailing like God in the French Caribbean

€ 1,780.00
€ 1,495.00

Forget everyday life and explore with us the French-Caribbean magic of the Leeward Islands.

After Hurricane Irma devastated many Leeward Islands in 2017, the infrastructure has been rebuilt so that a visit is worthwhile. With Crew 52 we will first use Martinique for victuals and explore the bays of the island. Here, the Caribbean carnival is still raging, a very special experience that we will certainly not miss.
With the help of the trade wind we will carry on to Dominica, the first destination. The island is also called “nature island” because of its biodiversity. The Morne Trois Pitos National Park, World Heritage Site, with its steaming thermal springs is certainly worth a full day trip.
Our next stop is Guadeloupe, the butterfly island. On Grande-Terre we find the fantastic beaches with crystal clear water that everyone associates with a Caribbean holiday. And those who have enough of warm sand under their feet can explore the volcano La Soufrière, the highest mountain of the Antilles, on the sister island Basse-Terre.

Further stops depend not least on you. We can flexibly adjust our trip and put together the perfect cocktail of wind in the sails and time on land for you. You are the crew.

On the 60 foot Marlin we have enough space not to stand on our feet. Beside the expeditions on land we can choose the most beautiful anchor bays of the islands, explore the underwater world or enjoy the sunset under palm trees.
SUP boards, snorkelling equipment and a fast dinghy are always ready for action. The powerful water maker ensures the freshwater shower after every adventure. The Marlin is also a great place to eat and drink, especially on the French islands we can draw on the exotic treasures of the island and the French delicacies from the supermarket.

Crew 53 runs contrary to the previous one from north to south.



You will be on board for 12 days and will bring you 300 nautical miles behind you

  • 16.03.19 Check-in on board and first meeting
  • 17.03.19 Safety briefing, getting to know the ship, providing food
  • 18.03.19 first sailing day and exploration of the carnival
  • 20.03.19 crossing to Dominica
  • 21-22.03.19 Island exploration
  • 23-26.03.19 Island hopping (Guadeloupe / Antigua / Anguilla / Barbuda)
  • 27.03.19 Arrival Antigua


You will be on board for 12 days and will bring you 300 nautical miles behind you

  • 23.03.19 Check-in on board and first meeting
  • 24.03.19 Safety briefing, getting to know the ship, providing food
  • 25.03.19 first sailing day and exploration of Barbuda
  • 26-30.03.19 Island hopping (Guadeloupe / Antigua / Anguilla)
  • 31.03.19 crossing to Dominica
  • 01.03.19 Island hike Dominica
  • 03.04.19 Arrival Martiniqu
€ 1,780.00
€ 1,495.00

Safety 1st

What is really important Sailing is not sailing and the price of a trip should not be the main criterion when choosing the right boat. For us, the safety of our sailors is the highest law on board. Accordingly, we have equipped the MARLIN. Those who save on safety equipment are not at odds with their fellow sailors. Our ship has been approved by the Berufsgenossenschaft See and has the coveted Class A Ship Safety Certificate for worldwide travel. Ask other providers afterwards. Construction The solid aluminum...

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