Yacht Charter in Caribbean

In the Caribbean, the daily routine for most people consists of sunbathing throughout the day on the beaches and around the shoreline. But there is a better way! The smart and lucky spend their Caribbean vacation the way it was meant to be spent! Standing on a deck of a yacht and looking forwards only to see isles of lush palms, with the sea responsibly carrying you to new adventures. There is no need to feel trapped in a cramped hotel room - with some planning, the open sea lies within the grasp of experienced and novice sailors alike.

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Why choose Caribbean

Beauties of nature are as common as grains of sand that are found on the most golden beaches in the Caribbean. Pristine pigments of blue, green and white under the sun's light form wonderful collages that dominate the panorama. You will find yourself staring into the distance for hours on end, sensing an atmosphere of quiet happiness and relaxation. Mesmerising scents of palm and salt, tastes of coconut and pineapple and sounds of the sea gently clashing with the coastline. This kind of atmosphere, combined with the best deals on exclusive boats and yachts, either skippered or bareboat, will make certain every sailor traveling in the waters of the Caribbean will have the seafaring adventure of a lifetime.

What to do and see on your yacht charter in the Caribbean

The Caribbean are a huge cluster of islands that incorporate a multitude of nations and administrations, making every Caribbean island an experience for itself. It is the perfect destination for seekers of natural landscapes encompassing sandy palm beaches, waterfalls, clear turquoise waters and breath-taking panoramas. Among well over several thousand islands, there are countless sand beaches in the Caribbean and every one of those beaches is pristine - every grain of sand perfect, every palm tree impeccable and every wave splendid, all combining to form the paradisiacal experience that is the Caribbean. Here follows a short run-through some of the more popular Caribbean islands, but certainly not all of them!

St. Vincent & The Grenadines

- a chain of islands incorporating a unique blend of Franco-Anglo cultural influences.

The Spanish Virgin Islands

- located five miles from Puerto Rico, offer a relaxing atmosphere and tranquillity.

The Bahamas

- are a personification of white sandy beaches and secluded bays and coves.

Turks & Caicos

- are the unofficial SCUBA diving hub in the Caribbean. The sea around these islands is known to be one of the best diving sites in the world, bested only by the Great Barrier Reef and the Belize Reef.

Barbados

- the most visited island in the Caribbean and the most developed, offers the best nautical services

Grenada

- the "Island of Spice", is the most southern of the Windward Islands, and the largest exporter of nutmeg, mace and other spices.

Belize

- with the second longest barrier reef in the world and also a network of smaller reefs, is a diver’s paradise!

Montserrat

- got the nickname "The Emerald Isle of the Caribbean" because of the beauty of the terrain and the welcoming locals that live here. It is considered to be the safest island in all the Caribbean.

Jamaica

- the playground of the Caribbean, where one goes to dance to reggae beats, drink rum and hang out with really relaxed people.

Cuba

- the odd-one-out of the Caribbean, has recently been opening more and more to foreign touristic influences and because of this, more and more people are starting to realize how unique Cuba really is.

Sailing season - When to charter in the Caribbean

The majority of the islands encountered in the Caribbean boast a tropical climate with all the designated features: air temperatures between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius, with the prevailing winds blowing from the North or East and the stability of those climatological elements lasting to the beginning of hurricane season. Bad weather in the Caribbean is framed within the temporal margins of the hurricane season, meaning from June to November, with the most severe storms encountered from August to October. Sailing in the Caribbean during the winter, it is best to avoid the southern and western parts of the Caribbean, because of the risk of hurricanes.