Set sail with Jicky Marine

You simply can’t visit the Caribbean without getting out on the water, and hiring a catamaran is the ultimate indulgence. We always choose to set sail with Jicky Marine – they will transport you to the St Barts most secluded beaches and best snorkelling spots. They have a wide range of vessel’s, the largest can take up to 14 people, so its perfect for a large group.

With so many beautiful places to drop anchor, you can easily spend a day exploring St Barts, but if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, why not head out to St Maarten or Anguilla and check a couple more islands off your bucket list?

They also include a full open bar, beach towels and snorkelling gear. Jicky Marine have also teamed up with Maya’s to Go, so you can enjoy their delicious Caribbean food on board. Their office is based on Rue Jeanne d’Arc in Gustavia if you want to drop in to discuss your vessel options.

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The sunset champagne cruise with Jicky Marine on their Catamaran Nautitech, followed by dinner at L’isola or Bonito in Gustavia, two of the best restaurants in St Barts.

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