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Gustavia St Barts

Moving on from the tranquillity of Anse de Colombier, you come to the chic and sophisticated harbour of Gustavia, long a favourite of the international fraternity of the cool and trendy who have been returning year after year since the 1950s for another fix of its unique and individual Caribbean charm. In the process, they’ve earned Gustavia the title of the Riviera of the Caribbean. A yacht charter here gives you an opportunity to experience its delights for yourself.

The harbour is snug and well-protected, surrounded by distinctive red-roofed buildings, and enjoys playing the nonchalant host to a fabulous array of super-yachts. Hang out on your own more modest deck and try not to drool as you look on in wonder and make a mental note to buy that lottery ticket religiously each week when you return home after your holiday.

St Barts has a distinctly French ambience and is home to a fine coterie of elegant boutiques stocking clothes and jewellery by international designers as well as hosting some interesting vintage markets. It is also, as you might anticipate, somewhere that you can expect to find some 'seriously good restaurants' specialising in Fine French Cuisine.  It may come as a relief to hear that there are plenty of more casual options too – take a stroll through the picturesque narrow streets of Gustavia and you are bound to find one that appeals.
 

 

Mooring:

  • Moorings are available for a fee.
  • The anchorage is extensive and can be busy in peak season.
  • Because the harbour bed can be weedy you need to ensure that your anchor is well dug. Dinghy dockage is available.

To Do:

  • Shop
  • Eat and Drink
  • Hike to the lighthouse at Fort Gustav for spectacular view
  • Hike up the steps to Fort Karl

Facilities:

  • Water
  • Ice
  • Showers
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Provisions
  • Taxis
  • Car Rentals
  • Internet Access