With its two terminals and four anchorages, Martinique is an ideal destination both as a port of call and a home port.

1- Pointe Simon Terminal: Located in downtown Fort-de-France, Pointe Simon terminal is dedicated to transiting cruise ships. To facilitate your stopover in Martinique and make it a wonderful experience, you will find a tourist information office on land which will inform you about the main activities and attractions. The taxi drivers at the cruise terminal are, for the most part, bilingual. Horse-drawn carriage rides, as well as other fun ways to explore the capital, are available from the cruise terminal.

2- Tourelles Terminal: Located just a 15-20 minute walk from downtown Fort-de-France, the capital, the Tourelles cruise terminal has been modernized to accommodate boats in their home port. New secure exterior and interior facilities are now accessible to all cruise passengers.

3- Anses d’Arlet: Anses d’Arlet, located in the southwest of Martinique, owe their name to an ancient Caribbean chief named Arlet who owned the entire region for many years. Grande Anse, at the entrance to the Bay of Fort-de-France, with its long beach, is an increasingly popular mooring site for small luxury liners. Petite Anse, further south, accessible via Le Diamant, is a fishing village. The town is nestled between these two coves, with its Creole houses, its fruit market and its church perfectly aligned with the communal marina facing the sea.

4- Le Marin: Le Marin is one of the Caribbean’s newest destinations for luxury cruise ships, offering guests a more intimate port experience, away from mega-ships. Boaters will feel like they are arriving at an upscale Caribbean yachting destination with an ambiance reminiscent of the French Riviera.

5- Saint-Pierre: Saint-Pierre, former capital of Martinique located on the northern Caribbean coast, has forever marked the history of the Caribbean. There you will find a sublime anchorage at the foot of Montagne Pelée, recently named a UNESCO world heritage site. A magnificent bay awaits boaters and cruise passengers.

6- Les Trois-Ilets: Anse Mitan is located in Trois-Îlets, a five-minute walk from the seaside resort of Pointe du Bout. This anchorage offers a “trendy” French Creole chic with plenty of activities and shopping opportunities. It is one of the places most visited by cruise passengers arriving from Fort-de-France by ferry. You will notice that the golden beaches of Anse Mitan have turquoise blue water. The shore is dotted with palm trees which hide a few small bistros.