A Caribbean yacht vacation is UNIQUE, FUN, EXCITING & RELAXING.
Choose from sail monohull, power, or catamaran, in sizes ranging from 40' to over 400'. Your choice can vary from the ultra-luxurious to the sleek racer, from the custom-built charter yacht to the classic Schooner. The secret is knowing which one to choose... and we feel. that this is where we come in at our best because we recommend only the best. A fully Caribbean crewed yacht charter offers the best of both worlds. It provides a private retreat for you and the members of your party while offering the freedom to plot your course through a world of a new adventure. Caribbean luxury yacht charter will allow you to select between motor yachts, mega yachts charter, catamarans, or sailing vessels that will take you to any corner you decide.
The islands of the Caribbean where you can cruise with your charter yacht.
There are different itineraries that you may want to consider. The first one and the most popular is The Virgin Islands. You can embark either in St. Thomas or Tortola. A one-week cruise will also include the islands of Just Van Dyke, Peter Island, Virgin Gorda, and Salt Island among others. The most favorite type of vessel for Virgin Islands yacht rental is the Catamarans. The reason is the stability, comfort, and price if you compare with a motor yacht charter. The islands in the Virgins are very close to each other. Sailing from one point to another is relatively easy.
Another great area for cruising is the Leeward Islands. You can visit with your charter yacht the islands of St. Martin, St. Barth, Anguilla, and Antigua among others. You can either start your charter in Antigua or St. Martin as both Islands have major international airports. The distance between these islands is greater. The most popular vessel to navigate is the luxury motor yacht. People love to dock the yachts at St. Barth harbor that is considered the Monaco of the Caribbean.
The next popular charter destination is the Windward Islands. These islands are integrated by St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines. The best way to navigate there is by doing one-way sailing. This is usually from St. Lucia to Grenada. The reason is that you have the wind on your side. You will always have smooth sailing. There are international airports in St. Lucia and Grenada. This is a great place to charter a sailing boat, motor yacht, or catamaran.