Yacht Charter Holidays in St Barts: A Fact File
Host to the St Barth's Bucket regatta that draws superyacht charterers and owners from across the globe, St Barths is an island paradise with an abundance of soft sandy beaches, scenic anchorages and luxurious ports. Ideally positioned in the middle of the Leeward Islands, St Martin/St Maarten, Anguilla and St Kitts & Nevis are just a short cruise away. Go to the full St Barts Yacht Charter Guide.
Things to Consider:
Yachting Seasons & Climate:
The British Virgin Islands have excellent warm weather throughout the year: 28°C/82°F in January and 32°C/90°F in July at the warmest and 10 degrees during the daytime in summer.
Clothing to Pack for Your Charter:
St Barts is the place to see and be seen: Blend in at the prestigious clubs and bars with smart casual dress with a touch of colour and glamorous accessories. At night the temperature can drop to 13°C/55°F and a lightweight top layer is recommended.
Main Ports and Marinas:
Gustavia, Saint Jean
Famous Restaurants & Clubs:
La Plage, Le Tamarin, Orega, Sand Bar, L’Espirit
A Must See Attraction:
Fort Karl, Fort Gustave, St Barts Marine Park, Corossol
Best beaches to visit in your superyacht:
Anse de Grande Saline, Anse Colombier and Anse du Gouverneur
Local Yacht Events:
St Barth’s Bucket Regatta, Les Voiles de Saint Barth Regatta
Best time to go:
St Barths Bucket is the biggest event on the island for the superyacht scene, attracting luxury yachts from across the Caribbean to watch the races at the start of the year. Parties usually take place from November through the New Year, however if you want the island at a quieter time, the spring is the ideal time to charter.
Further Charter Information
Yacht Rentals Available:
Go here for the current list of yacht rentals in St Barts.
Full St Barts Yacht Charter Guide:
Go here for the essential St Barts yacht charter guide.
Read the latest superyacht news about St Barts.
Basic Holiday Info Summary
Currency: Euro (€/EUR)
Official languages: French
Main religions: Christianity
Area: 25 km² (9.7 sq mi)