Choosing the right sailboat for your cruise in the Antilles and Antilles

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1/ How many people do you want to travel with?

We offer a wide choice of sailboats that can adapt to your needs.
The Oceanis 41.1 is the smallest of them, it can accommodate a maximum of 6 people while the largest units can accommodate up to 12 people.
If on a budgetary level it is in your interest to fill the capacity of the boat as much as possible, this is not necessarily the best choice. When making your selection it is important to think about the comfort/budget balance.

Good to know: If you rent the boat with a skipper and/or a hostess, a cabin is reserved for each of them.

2/ How will your crew be composed?

Young children on board:
In general, we recommend that people wishing to cruise with young children opt for catamarans, the latter offer significantly more stability and a safer exterior cockpit. The catamaran will allow you to be more peaceful and your child will fully enjoy the cruise.

Grouping of two families:
When two families decide to come together to go on a cruise, the catamaran has the advantage of offering two hulls, each family can thus settle on the same boat while maintaining a certain independence (one family in the starboard hull and the other to port)

3/ What are the differences between a monohull and a catamaran?

Catamarans and monohulls have their own characteristics. If a monohull is perfectly suited to sailing enthusiasts, because it can be more seaworthy, a catamaran has the advantage of having a shallow draft and allows you to get as close as possible to the beaches when you are at sea. anchorage.