Leward Islands

The Leeward Islands are a chain of islands in the eastern Caribbean that include, St Martin, St Barts, Antigua, St Kitts & Nevis, Montserrat and la Guadeloupe.

Temperatures generally range from around 24°C in the winter to 29°C in the summer. With over 7,000 islands, the Caribbean offers a multitude of choice. Explore nature up close and enjoy the amazing coral reefs, which makes for ideal conditions for scuba diving.

St. Marteen, the Dutch side has the casinos and duty free shopping; the French side has charming Marigot Bay with many cafes and beautiful anchorages. Anchor off Grand Case and dine in any one of the varied establishments onshore. Take time to explore Marigot, the picturesque capital of the French side.

St. Barth is home to the "rich and famous". This island is filled with excellent shopping, dining and the right mix of beaches and views. Tiny St Barts has no large resorts, casinos or golf courses: It makes do with elegance, history, gastronomy and shopping, as embodied by the delightful capital Gustavia. Don't forget to visit some of the beaches on the windward side of the island. 

Antigua, british base under Lord Nelson, filled with great beaches. A yacht charter paradise, English Harbor is filled with sailing charter yachts and the Antigua Yacht Club typically hosts the larger mega charter yachts. Antigua is the largest of the British Leeward Islands, with deeply indented bays and perfect sailing conditions year-round. Jolly Harbour is the largest marina, golf and beach resort in the Caribbean. Deep Bay is just north of Jolly Harbour.

St. Kitts and Nevis, mountainous islands basking in the blue waters of the Caribbean sea with idyllic beaches and rain forests. Nevis features lots of wonderful colonial architecture, as well as excellent diving opportunities. Intoxicating St Kitts is only a brief sail away. Anchor in White House Bay to explore Bug's Hole, Shitten Bay and the colonial Batik Factory.