Set on a picturesque lagoon with easy access to the islands that make up the whole of Guadeloupe, St. Francois is an ideal sailing destination. This is true for pleasure sailors who plan to make their own way to the island from international waters, as well as for those who simply want to hire a local sailor to show them around locally.
If you merely want to spend some time on the water, without the cost and responsibility of sailing on your own you can join an excursion. Take a look at the chart below for information on area excursion services.
|La Paillote Boat||(069) 061-5985||Saint-Francois|
|No Limit Excursions||(069) 065-5760||Saint-Francois|
|(069) 698-1730||Port de Pêche - Downtown St. Francois|
|Paradoxe Croisieres||(059) 088-4173||Saint-Francois|
Contemplating chartering a boat or yacht? The following table enables you to get a hold of charter services that operating in this area.
|Excursion No Limit||(069) 065-5760||YCSF La Marina - Saint-Francois|
|Gwada Loisirs Boats||(059) 084-5213||Saint-Francois|
If you're sailing internationally, your first stop will be in Pointe a Pitre, which is the island's official port of entry. As you sail in, you'll have your yellow Quarantie flag hoisted to let customs and immigrations officials know that you have not gained clearance. When you dock, only the captain is permitted to leave the boat to speak with officials. The documentation required includes a crew list, each passenger's passport, clearance papers from your last port of call, a list of items to be declared, and the boat's original registration paperwork. When you've been granted clearance, you'll then be able to sail to the yacht club in St. Francois where you can dock your boat for a fee.
Thinking about sailing to Saint-Francois using your own vessel, or a boat you charter elsewhere? This table contains a list of places where you might be able to dock.
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With beautiful vistas and equally as gorgeous sailing conditions, St. Francois is just the type of destination that avid sailors dream of visiting.
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