Le Carbet: that small corner of Martinique’s northwestern coastline in close proximity to Saint Pierre, a quaint fishing village that is turned into 1 of the Caribbean’s coolest seaside towns.
And the place that mainly kicked off Le Carbet’s renaissance was Person Ferdinand’s Le Petibonum, a Mecca for seashore bar enthusiasts, a continuously-evolving destination for foodstuff, rum and French Caribbean cool.
And what commenced as a beach front bar has, in current many years, extra everything from a Rhum Agricole tasting bar proper on the sand to a total-fledged Pizzeria.
And Le Petibonum’s most up-to-date creation solves what has lengthy been the place’s only dilemma: getting to leave at closing time.
It’s called Le Petibonum Boat Resort, and it usually means you can now commit all day at Le Petibonum and then invest the night time appropriate offshore — as quite a few days as you want.
The floating lodge is a souped-up Lagoon 45 S catamaran with 4 cabins, gourmand food items and, by natural means, the very best rhum from Martinique.
It also contains your have ti’ punch bar on the deck (above).
The resort is less than the whole-time supervision of on-board skipper Anthony, with a few foods a working day served on board by Le Petibonum’s Chef, Bruno.
Because that’s, of system, the hotel’s best amenity: Le Petibonum itself.
If you are not remaining at the hotel, there is an choice of reserving non-public meals dependent on availability, and the Boat Lodge is also offering stays as short as 1 night time.
“It’s an remarkable solution,” Ferdinand tells Caribbean Journal. “You have rhum, fish, solar, sea, French foodstuff. It’s a desire.”
That sounds about ideal.
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For much more, stop by the Petibonum Boat Hotel.