A Caribbean Christmas

 

Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda
Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda

Christmas and New Year weeks are the busiest two weeks in the Caribbean charter market. By mid summer the majority of yachts already have that time booked. We do have a few fantastic options that are open, so if you are just thinking about getting away for the Holidays now is the time to act fast as these options will not be available for long. A Caribbean Christmas is a great way for families or couples to unwind during what can be a stressful time of the year.

 

 

Blue Moon
Blue Moon

BLUE MOON A perfect family yacht, Blue Moon, brand new in 2011, is well appointed with 3 queen sized staterooms each with private en-suite head, electric toilets and dry shower stalls.
The upper fly-bridge, offering a 360 degree view, is a bonus area that really makes the boat seem even bigger than it is – popular area for people to gather to relax, take in the scenery and sunbathe. There is a large covered cockpit area with lounge space and alfresco dining area. A large foredeck cockpit, a perfect place for sun-downers at the end of the day.

Available Dec 21- 27, 2014 in the BVI. Her inclusive rate for 8 guests is $28,500

Fidelity Sailing Yacht
Fidelity Sailing Yacht

FIDELITY, a beautiful 47’ Jeanneau monohull that sleeps four in two cabins. Fidelity had a major refit in late 2011 including new A/C in all cabins with private controls, beautiful linens, Froli Sleep System mattresses in both guest cabins, each en-suite bath now has a new fresh water electric head, they added a water purification system, new standing rigging, new navigation system, a wide screen TV with 400+ movies and of course the assortment of water toys for use in the Caribbean sea.

Available for Christmas week or New Years week at a very affordable inclusive rate of $8,690.00 for 4 guests in the US and British Virgin Islands.

The BVI are considered by some as the yachting capital of the Caribbean if not the world, and getting into that lifestyle—sunning, swimming, snorkeling, sailing, beach-hopping, and always dropping anchor in time for happy hour—is what the islands are all about. The islands, except for Anegada and a few dollop-sized cays, are volcanic and hilly, which means that the land is great for dramatic sea views. Activity wise, the concentration is on sailing above, diving below and floating on the clear blue water.