In the interest of guests’ comfort, we only use the Sunseekers which are the larger boats. The St Barths cruises depart from Blowing Point or Road Bay. This is an international cruise. Guests would need their passports and be subject to the necessary departure taxes etc.
St Barths is the Caribbean French Riviera. We’d see a bit of Anguilla’s and St Martin’s coastlines as we head toward Gustavia, the capital of St Barths, where we must stop for immigration/customs purposes. There are top notch designer boutiques in Gustavia, and a small but quaint city center. Guests can shop, visit the small museum and sight-see. Then they can either opt to do a tour by land or travel to St Jean for lunch. St Jean is the ‘happening place’ where it’s possible to spot A-list celebrities. En route we can stop at Columbier beach (a pristine, secluded cove) for swimming and enjoying cocktails. It is also possible to swim in St Jean. Lunch and lounging can be leisurely there so it’s best to make reservations especially If guests intend to eat at Eden Rock or Nikki Beach. The St Barths cruise is essentially a full day (8 hour) cruise. It takes about an hour and 15 minutes one-way. Departure time is flexible but we recommend an early start (9:00AM or 9:30AM) to maximize the day. Departure for the return trip would be around 4:00PM/4:30PM depending on start time.