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  • Enjoy the unique flavours of Martinique cuisine
  • Sample a variety of delicately spiced seafood dishes
  • Choose between gourmet Martinique food on your private yacht charter or in local restaurants
  If you’re a foodie traveling to the Caribbeans for a cruise or sailing adventure, you can’t miss visiting Martinique - you’ll eat a lot of delicious food, that’s for sure! Martinique food combines the flavours of African, French, Caribbean and Indian traditions. The recipes often reflect the history and varied cultural heritage of the island, borrowing from several traditions and cooking methods, producing a cuisine that is colorful, varied and amazingly spiced. On top of that, Martinique cuisine makes use of local fruit, vegetables, fish, meat as well as local chillies and other spices. The most famous Martinique street food specialty are undoubtedly accras de morue, a kind of saltfish fritter that is especially delicious with a cold beer at sunset! Saltfish is a very common ingredient in Martinique cuisine - other widely used ingredients are chatrou, a small octopus usually served in a stew or grilled, and lambis, a large sea snail - after all, don’t forget that Martinique is part of France, so you have to try the local version of snail! Keep browsing our listings to learn more about private charters and get ready to sample Martinique cuisine!

Catamaran in Le Marin (Martinique) for 8 pax
Lagoon 440 · Catamaran · 8 ppl
A vessel fully adapt to your kitesurfin...
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From
$ 2122
trip/pax
Catamaran in Le Marin (Martinique) for 8 pax
Lagoon 380 · Catamaran · 8 ppl
This Lagoon 380 is a world-class, easy to ...
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From
$ 180
day/pax