Our plan was to hang out in Bequia, an island the makes up part of St Vincent and the Grenadines for a few weeks. But we got restless. We decided to plan a spontaneous sail to St Martin. We have friends in St Martin that we really wanted to see. After looking at the weather and checking out our passage planning software we discovered that we could make it all the way up to St Martin’s within 48 hours. That’s a two day non-stop passage passing 11 countries/islands.
At the timing of this video, it was hurricane season. Most people head south but for us we decided to pop up north for a couple of weeks. We, of course, watched the weather from St Martin and if anything started to form, we’d take a straight shot south.
Discover what it was like for us to travel north when everyone else is heading south…
A Spontaneous Sail To St Martin At The Start of Hurricane Season Video
Any comments or questions about our sail to St Martin?
YouTube doesn’t allow us to take comments anymore so if you’d like to leave a comment here, please do! Or please email me on Kim@SailingBritican.com. From time to time we do Q&A videos answering as many questions as we can.
Come join us on Sailing Britican for a Britican Experience!
Click here for more information about the Britican Experience.
You Might Also Be Interested In These Other Articles/Videos
- Sail Puerto Rico – Drop A Hook or Pass it by?
- Sailing the Spanish Virgin Islands
- 5 Places To Visit Sailing St John Virgin Islands
- Top 16 reasons why sailing the British Virgin Islands is bittersweet
- 8 Best Anchorages in the British Virgin Islands
- Sailing St Kitts & Nevis
If you’d like an overview of all the places we’ve visited in the Caribbean please read our destination overview: Caribbean
Our St Martin ‘featured picture’ for this post