We are happy to announce that our marina in Martinique is now open. Please be aware that additional entry requirements and restrictions may still apply for this destination.


Awaken your senses to a delightful mix of French flair and laid-back Caribbean vibes when you experience a Martinique yacht charter. Martinique sits between St. Lucia and Dominica in the Lesser Antilles. The volcanic-formed island offers international visitors a little bit of everything—from delectable French-Creole cuisine to exotic black-sand beaches and scenic hiking excursions. Martinique’s cultural melting pot seamlessly blends cosmopolitan appeal and local island charm, making it a top destination among style-savvy fashionistas, adventure enthusiasts and avid sailors.

Cruising in Martinique

Set against a backdrop of lush tropical rainforests, forested mountain tops and dazzling shorelines, a Martinique power yacht charter lets you reap the benefits of the island’s tropical climate and desirable cruising conditions. On average, temperatures range between 75-86˚F and north-easterly trade winds persist throughout the year. With line-of-sight navigation in your favor and reasonable distances in between anchorages, itineraries are both fun-filled and flexible. Martinique’s cruising grounds provide buoys and moorings balls throughout.

Martinique Highlights

A Martinique yacht charter with The Moorings is your all-access pass to French-Caribbean paradise in its purest form. The coastline is kissed by secluded harbors, prime snorkeling spots, as well as a handful of hot springs. The rainforests and guided trails make Martinique a haven for hiking enthusiasts, while the peaks of Carbet and Mont Pelée offer especially breathtaking views. The capital city of Fort de France is the mecca for French-Caribbean culture that every visitor must explore for themselves. Feast your eyes on natural and man-made forms of beauty at Saint-Pierre’s underwater sculpture park, tour Habitation Clement’s antique rum distillery, and tempt your taste buds with the flakiest croissants you’ve ever sunk your teeth into.