The best way to see St. Bart’s is by taking a boat charter from St. Maarten. Shop in Gustavia, eat at Nikki Beach and more!
If you ask any of us what the one thing you should do while you’re on the island is? Our answer will be A BOAT DAY! It is truly the best way to see the island and the surrounding islands. Our concierge can assist with finding the perfect boat for a day to remember!
This weekend was a private day-trip to St. Barths on the sleek and beautiful Midnight Express. Depart from the Porto Cupecoy Marina, the cross over to St. Barths is approximately 50 minutes, weather dependent.
Start with a stop at Gustavia and shop till you drop, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Cartier – all duty-free! There are numerous places to have lunch, grab a drink and enjoy the scenery.
Get back on the boat and go to Shell Beach, the most unusual and unique beach on the island, it’s not a sandy beach, it’s a shell beach covered with millions of unique shells!
Head over to St. Jean and have a fabulous lunch at Nikki Beach, a haven for the world’s jet-set clientele! The food here is absolutely spectacular and the staff always brings energy to the scene. The music will be pumping, so if that’s not for you, just walk a little way down the white sand beach and enjoy some peace and quiet.
Lounge on the beach chairs or continue to venture to other beaches like Colombier Beach, an isolated beach that can only be accessed by boat or by hiking!
No matter how you get to St. Barts, you are going to have a wonderful time. But if you want to experience it in the most spectacular way, we recommend a boat charter! It will be a day you will never forget.
|Available Charters| Full-day St. Martin/ St. Maarten, with stops such as at our off-shore keys like Pinel Island, Tintimarre. Full-day Anguilla, with stops such as Sandy Island, Maundays Bay, Meads Bay, Shoal Bay East. Full-day St. Barths, with stops such as a shopping stop at Gustavia, Shell Beach, St. Jean Beach, Colombier Beach.