- Traverse the beautiful Caribbean visiting the Bahamas, Grenadines, Leeward Islands, Lesser Antilles, and Virgin Islands
- Leave winter weather behind to back in the warmth and sunshine, clear water and calm seas summer and winter
- Set sail through hundreds of islands in total privacy or with your family and friends
Premiere Vacation Destinations
During the Northern Hemisphere’s winter season, the islands between 10 and 25 degrees North latitude are enjoying pure sunshine. A charter in t the Caribbean Islands will dispel the cold and awaken your spirits with tropical warmth and sparkling crystal clear blue water. Destinations such as the , US Virgin Island (St. Thomas and St. John), British Virgin Islands (Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada plus over 50 lesser islands and cays), St. Barths, St. Martin, Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Greanadines or Grenada will inspire the senses with their natural beauty, vibrant cultures and fascinating histories.
Whether you’re chartering for a holiday, birthday, romantic getaway, or a relaxing vacation with family or friends, the islands are always beautiful, the water is always clear, and the islands always offer their alluring charm. Let us help you get started finding your charter today and become one step closer to the vacation of a lifetime.
Caribbean Power Yacht Charters
The US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands are home to a small fleet of power yachts available year round, and a huge selection of luxury motor yachts during the winter months. This string of more than 60 islands are close enough together that the seas are calm, allowing for swift travel between your favorite spots and new and exciting locations. From sleek, high speed, modern power yachts to more traditional luxury power vessels, the Caribbean Virgin Islands has one of the largest arrays of yachts in the world. The Bahamas is often a base for large motor yachts from March through June with wonderful fishing and scuba diving.
Sailing Caribbean Yacht Charters
The US and British Virgin Islands s host the widest range of sailing yachts available for charter. From a small 50’′ sloop to the ultra-luxurious 176′ Perini Navi’s complete with push button hydraulic winches, there is an extraordinarily wide spectrum of different vessels from which you can choose. Sail in easy stages among the islands, where you have the freedom to drop a fishing line or dive into the water for refreshing swim at any time in any of a large number of quiet coves. So whether you’re interested in sailing casually for an hour and stopping for a swim or tacking upwind to the other end of the island chain, sailing yachts provide the freedom to fully enjoy any chartered yacht experience.
Catamaran Caribbean Yacht Charters
Sailing catamarans have exploded in popularity on the waters of the Virgin Islands over the past five years, and it’s easy to see why. The catamaran design is stable, with enormous cockpits that allow passengers to enjoy outdoor living. The calming waters Virgin Islands beckons swimmers, snorkelers and scuba divers, and the easy water access from the transom of a catamaran makes for truly freeing experience. The Bahamas are a little further north but offer unspoiled beaches and clear waters from March through July.You can also take advantage of a catamaran’s shallow draft to get close to the best reefs and beaches, making it the perfect vessel to experience the natural beauty of the Caribbean. Additionally, the catamaran boasts a brilliant layout complete with generously-sized cabins with ensuite heads, so traveling in comfort is guaranteed. There’s good reason that the catamaran has become the most popular option for chartered yachts in the Caribbean.
- If you’re interested in Caribbean travel, we can help you find the best charter for you
- Experience island travel at its absolute peak
- Sail with an experienced crew are familiar with the Caribbean’s best kept secrets
FYI_The Bahamas is 600 miles away from the Virgin Islands and just far enough north that when a norther comes down from up north the weather can drop into the 60s — cold!