Caribbean Yacht Charter
What the Med is to seeing and being seen, the Caribbean is to lying back and taking it easy! Caribbean yacht charters are the ideal escape when you really want to do as little as possible; and completely escape the tourist crowds of the Mediterranean. If you dream of deserted islands, white sands and funky beach shacks with names like the Soggy Dollar Bar, then a luxury yacht charter in the Caribbean is perfect for you.
Leeward Islands A perfect itinerary comprises Antigua, Guadeloupe, Nevis, St. Barts, Anguilla, and Sint. Martin. Antigua boasts 365 untouched beaches (one for every day of the year!) and also has some excellent heritage at Nelson's dockyard, along with a selection of 5 star restaurants. Guadeloupe boasts stunning dive sites and underwater magic, St. Barts has the Ritz & Glitz of St. Tropez...paired with the nightlife of Sint. Martin and the beauty of Anguilla this route has it all.
Windward Islands Grenada, the Grenadines, Mustique, St. Lucia...this is an exclusive itinerary. There are no more beautiful islands than the Grenadines, and there is no more exclusive island than Mustique (a totally private and world class resort). St. Lucia boasts the must stunning landscapes, and truly breathtaking views.
BVIs Who needs an itinerary? Yacht charters normally start from Tortola or Soper's Hole but other than that, all you need is a rough idea, final decisions can wait until morning! Here are a few highlights: Virgin Gorda is the third largest island and is home to The Baths, where huge rocks provide a myriad of pools & secret beach walks. Norman Island is reputedly the site of buried treasure linked with Spanish galleons and pirating. Jost Van Dyke is equally famous for its rum, and its bars which include Foxy’s Tamarind Bar and the Soggy Dollar. Nearby Sandy Cay is real desert island material and Prickly Pear Island has some of the most stunning beaches only accessible from the sea.
Bahamas Not technically part of the Caribbean, but close enough! Endless sandy cays, thousands of remote or uninhabited islands, and turquoise water as far as the eye can see. Perfect for total seclusion and privacy. On a two week yacht charter you wouldn't even cover a fraction of what the Bahamian islands have to offer...