Yachting season and weather in Martinique
The island's climate is stunning, which determines the beauty of nature and local beaches' popularity. It characterizes as tropical. The average annual temperature is 23-28 degrees.
There are often rains from mid-summer to late autumn. You can swim almost all year round because the Martinique water temperature is 20-25°. The dry season begins in December and ends in May, September considered the wettest month, and it is the best time to travel to Martinique.
The best yachting in Martinique is in the deep waters of the Inner Canal and Victoria Canal. Tradewinds Martinique is more reliable in winter and can reach up to 30 knots on several days. September and October are the quietest periods, although good sailing winds generally blow in this region. Anchorages and buoys are available all along the coast. All Martinique travel guide is on our website.
Water temperature in sailing season
Air temperature in sailing season
Wind speed in sailing season
12 - 25 knots
Weather forecast for yachting in Martinique
During the dry season (February to June), there are weeks of bright, sunny weather, occasionally interrupted by precipitation. In Martinique, the rainy season (July to January) still provides plenty of sunshine. Temperature ranges from 25 to 30 ° C
The tidal zone is minimal: a maximum of about 45 cm and waves rarely exceed 1-1.5 meters.
For information about weather conditions, use the following services:
Meteo-France — a French meteorological service.
Сlimatestotravel — a service with detailed information on average temperatures of air, water, precipitation.
Accuweather — a site with accurate synoptic data.
Windfinder — a service for tracking winds, viewing water and air temperatures.