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Transatlantic crossing by yacht

( 5/5 ) - 1 Review
Le Marin Port
15.3 m
Up to 5 passengers
First experience required
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The cruise

Experience the incredible and unique experience of a transatlantic yacht voyage, and discover the joys of the high seas!
Making a transatlantic crossing is a dream for many of us.
Georges, a professional skipper, with many Atlantic crossings to his credit, offers you a welcome aboard his boat with complete confidence!

Your possible stops during this cruise

The departure date is scheduled for March 13, 2017 in Martinique.
Of course, for a transatlantic crossing, it is essential that the weather permits a safe departure. So plan a 2-day margin, during which you will be accommodated on the boat.
For 2 to 3 weeks (15 to 20 days), you will be crossing the Atlantic! Discover a sailor's life on the high seas, quiet sailing in the sun, navigating in strong winds, difficult sailing, exceptional events, dolphins, whales, but also moments shared with other passengers, long discussions of life, navigation, travel or even cooking.
As for life on board, everyone can participate in day and night manoeuvres. It depends on your preferences, your capabilities, and your skill level. For cooking, everyone lends a hand, before returning to his private cabin.
In your luggage, do not forget big sweaters, a scarf, a jacket and trousers to wear on watch! Take advantage of the Salon Nautique if you visit there to equip yourself.

Then, you will finally make your stopover in the Azores, in the port of Horta, in Faial. This place is an experience in itself. A true meeting place for sailors from all over the world, this place is full of memories of boats that have visited, flags, and sailing memorabilia.
If you arrive early in the Azores, take advantage of the opportunity to visit this island, its villages, its hiking trails, and its volcano. You can also enjoy the wide open sea known for its marine animals: dolphins and sperm whales. To learn more about Faial, click here.

Around April 1st and always weather permitting, you will then set sail for France and Brittany. A navigation of about ten days is planned before saying goodbye, and having a great life experience to look back on.

The boat


GIB SEA 51 - 15.3m


  • 5 double cabin(s)
  • kitchen
  • 4 shower room(s)

The skipper sleeps in a double cabin, the other cabins are available for passengers


Sailboat with 5 cabins with double beds and bathroom

Practical information

Life on board

Where do we sleep ?

The skipper sleeps in a double cabin, the other cabins are available for passengers

Food on board

The skipper helps you to cook, but everyone lends a hand.

Location and boarding time


Le Marin Port

Boarding time

A définir selon la météo

Landing time

A définir selon la météo

How to get there ?

To get to Fort-de-France in Martinique, there are direct flights from Paris via Air France, Air Caraibes or Corsair, and we advise you to compare prices for your chosen dates.
When you arrive, you can take a taxi to the port of Marin, allow 30 minutes for the transfer.

Reviews by our travellers

1 Review - (5/5)

The Cruise :Cela fut un régal avec la totalité de l'équipage et vraiment une expérience de vie à refaire

The Skipper :je conseille Georges qui est excellent et un très grand navigateur

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