Sailing on the Leeward Islands is both fun and diverse, as the region has many stunning locations. These are the islands of Dominica, Saint Bartholomew, Anguilla, US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, St. Louis. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Louis Martin, Saba, St. Eustatius and Guadeloupe. Although not officially recognized as part of the group, Isla Aves is informally one of the controllers. The British part of the Leeward Islands has a colonial flag once. It was officially used between 1871 and 1956. The formal use of the flag was, however, terminated when the colony of the Leeward Islands disappeared in 1956.
The name "Leeward" was given to the group of islands on the edge of the northwest blizzard. These commercial edges are almost constant throughout the year and blow from 10 to 25 knots. Due to the Atlantic Ocean, the strongest currents and the largest waves are found in the northeastern part of the islands. The Caribbean Sea is generally much more relaxed and lighter for sailing.
The sailing boat in Leeward Islands is best for November to July. This period is the most perfect yacht season of the year. Months from December to March also recognize the peak season in which thousands of local and international sailors from all over the world attract thousands of local sailors and sail the beautiful seaside waters.
The average air temperature is between 22º and 30ºC and the water temperature is between 20º and 23ºC (68º and 74ºF).
Between July and October is the least attractive month, because this is when the hurricane season is widespread.
Leeward Islands are one of the world's finest sailing areas. This is especially true in St .. Martin, Antigua and Dominica. At this time, you will see many great cruises, such as luxury motor yachts and Super Yachts, while cruising at Lewards.
One of the best starting points for a Lewards trip to Antigua. This ocean is a major yacht junction not just in Leward but also in the Caribbean. Antigua became famous when it became Britain's base in West India in the 18th century. Antigua's beautiful beaches with beautiful white sand.
Starting from Antigua, the route to St. Louis Kitts and Nevis – one of the Caribbean islands can be translated into several "twin islands". Sailing on the Leeward Islands via St. Louis Kitts and Nevis, the route can be filled with adventure and fun. The place is beautiful and its waters are so magical. It is also very historic, as is proven by the old sugar plantations, forts and monuments.