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Caribbean

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Puerto Rico, British Virgin Islands, St. Martin and the Leewards Islands

Puerto Rico
There is a lot of unspoiled, still unpopulated islands outside the main islands of Puerto Rico, one of the most northern islands in the Caribbean. Nice beaches, many small islands.

The British Virgin Islands
One of the most beautiful and popular sailing areas with romantic islands and turquoise water. Beaches with fine-corned sand, cliffs, tropical vegetation, scenic anchorages, good marinas and exotic bars.
A superb sailing destination in the area with around 50 islands as f.i. Tortola, Norm Island, Peter Island and several more.  The ideal sailing area for first-time sailors in the Caribbean.

St. Martin
Belongs to the northern Archipelago. It is 250 km north from Guadeloupe and is shared by two countries, France and the Netherlands. The mixture of these two cultures makes the atmosphare very nice and special,- relaxed, but still also a bit sophisticated, nice cuisines all from simple to high class restaurants, beautiful beaches, nice music, historical surroundings … an island to fall in love with.

Antigua
The biggest of the Leewards islands where english is spoken. Warm climate, steady winds. One of the most popular sailing areas. Safe harbours, a long, protective coral reef along the coastline.

Guadeloupe
Which also belongs to the Leeward Islands consits of an eastern part, Grand-Terre, with Pointe-a-Pitre which is the biggest town on the island. The western part is called Basse-Terre where there is a big national park.
In the rainforests and big fields of the island is the home of many rare and beautiful animals. A paradise also for divers which will enjoy the beauty of the corals in the warm waters. The delicious cuisine of the island is influenced of the french as well as of the creole kitchen The charming mixture of so many exotic influences as from european, african and east indian cultures gives the area a very special, exciting athmosphare.

Martinique

Is a french region. The capital is Fort de France which is strongly coloured of french style and culture with an excellent kitchen, beautiful hotels and nice shops. The charming mixture of the French and West Indian way of life makes the life on the island very special one with nice music, dance and pleasant people.