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Saint Lucia Yacht Charter Information

St. Lucia's trade winds offer sailors steady 10 – 20 knot winds. During the summer months winds will be 10 – 20 knots from the northeast, while the winter months will have 15 – 20 knots from the east. The trade winds are consistent making calm, breezeless days rare. North Atlantic storms occur during the winter months, creating swells which may make yacht charter passages between St. Lucia and neighboring Martinique and St. Vincent difficult. If staying on the island, distance between ports is no more than 20 nautical miles. Many yacht charterers decide to combine this trip with a stay in Martinique which is over 20 nautical miles away from St. Lucia or St. Vincent which is over 30 nautical miles away.

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Saint Lucia Yacht Charter Basic Information

  • Main Harbor or Port: Marigot Bay, Rodney Bay
  • Body of Water: Caribbean Sea, Windward Islands
  • Nearest Major Airport: Hewanorra International Airport (UVF) and George F.L.Charles Airport (SLU)
  • Acceptable Forms of Currency: East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
  • Languages Spoken: English
  • How to Get There from Abroad: Yacht charterers can fly into George F. L. Charles (Vigie) Airport located near Castries or Hewanorra International Airport located in the southern part of the island. To take you from Hewanorra to Castries there are taxis, ferries, and helicopters. Taxis take the longest to get there at an hour and a half.
  • Geography/Terrain: Volcanic and mountainous, some expansive valleys, sandy beaches
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Climate in Saint Lucia, Saint Lucia

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