TI'PONTON - Le guide pratique du plaisancier en Martinique.
  Plan du Guide
• Edito
• Présentation générale
• Utile à savoir
• Douanes
• Météo marine
• Marinas & ports de plaisance
• Centres de Carénage
• Mouillages principaux
• Le rhum
• Avitaillement
• Marchés
• Gastronomie
• Animaux à bord
• Transports
• Médias
 

Martinique provides great opportunities to restock your galley. There are large modern-style supermarkets, numerous smaller groceries and specialty food stores, delis, great local bakeries and open air markets. There are also companies specialized in yacht provisioning. Simply order on-line, pay with a major credit card, check or cash, and let the people who provision some of the most luxurious yachts in the islands take care of all your needs.

-  LE MARIN

-  Leader-Price - near the boat yard, with their own dinghy dock - open Mon-Sat,8am-8pm,Sun,8am-noon.

They offer a large selection of fresh and dairy products, local fruit and vegetables,an extensive grocery department to stock up on staple commodities, all at very reasonable prices.

-  Carrefour Market - at a short walk from the Carenantilles dinghy dock - open Mon-Sat, 8am-8pm, Sun, 8am-noon.

This supermarket is popular for it's butcher, deli and cheese counters, and offers a good assortment of fresh fruit, vegetables, frozen goods as well as a wide selection on French wine, traditional rums and spirits. They arrange free delivery to your dock in Le Marin marina.

New : Carrefour Market has now also a shop at the new marina extension (located between Maximarine and Pizz'Amis).

-  Ecomax - in the Artimer zone - Open Monday through Saturday 8 am to 7:45 pm, Sunday 8 am to noon.

Groceries, staple commodities, dairy and fresh products at discount prices.

-  Appro-Zagaya - www.appro-zagaya.fr -

Why bother with food shopping when Cathy and her professional staff can do it for you ? You can choose from a list of more than 300 grocery items and they will supply the freshest and best quality in local fruit and vegetables. Delivery on board is part of the service.

-  www.sailshop.fr is a new online yacht provisioning company offering a selection of wines, champagnes, spirits and fresh grocery items. Somé, the manager and her staff deliver on board. You can visit them at their shop at the new marina extension.

-  L'Ile aux Pains - On the main road in Le Marin - Open Mon-Sat 5:30am-7pm, Sun 6am-noon.

Bread and baguettes with olives, cheese, nuts and a long list of great traditional ingredients. For sailors, try soleilette, a specialty made especially for you and made to last longer so you can enjoy it during your cruise.

-  Half-way between Le Marin and Fort-de-France

-  Carrefour - Génipa industrial area in Ducos - Open Mon 10:30am-8:30pm,Tue-Sat 8:30am-8:30pm, Sun 9am-1pm.

This big supermarket offers almost everything for the whole family : photos, cosmetics and clothes in addition to fresh meat, fish, French cheese and deli as well as fruit, vegetables, frozen and canned foods.

-  Fort-de-France and surroundings

-  The Caribbean Supplier - FdF commercial port.

TCS is a large wholesale provisioning wharehouse that stocks a wide selection of fresh local and imported grocery and specialty products. Ask for their price list and choose from an array of wines, champagnes, spirits, beers, tobacco, French perfumes and cosmetics available at duty free prices.

-  Le Château - Le Lamentin, Lareinty zone (next to Jumbo Car).

This wine store offers a selection of fine wines,champagnes and spirits, as well as an exclusive choice of high quality products from Paris' prestigious Fauchon.

-  Club 120 - Le Lamentin, Manhity zone.

Amateurs and connoisseurs alike can be sure to find wines to suit their taste among the many marvels selected by this vintner. Serrano ham, French Bresse chicken and other specialties complete the range of products.

-  La Boutique - Airport, 1st floor.

A must stop when leaving Martinique or when picking up relatives and friends. They have a great selection of old fashioned sweets, artisanal jams, rums, liqueurs and island spices.

Around the island, you'll discover a number of small supermarkets, (8 à Huit is one name to look for) and other small groceries that offer a surprising variety of gourmet items and local products such as fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and flowers. These shops are generally open 8 am to 8 pm Monday through Saturday and until noon Sunday and are an interesting and picturesque compliment to the larger stores.

•Local Drinks
Besides rum , Martinique is home to two bottled water brands. Didier is mineral water with natural carbonation, and Chanflor, natural spring water.
Lorraine is the local brand of beer, brewed and bottled in Martinique.
Mont Pelée and Royal bottle a large selection of fruit juices and exotic tropical drinks.



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