Discover the Caribbean on a Luxury Yacht Charter:
The Caribbean, or ‘Sea of Antilles’ as it is otherwise known, is one of our most popular luxury yacht charter destinations with many clients choosing to visit the region year after year.
The region covers an area of 2.5 million square kilometers of crystal clear waters, blue skies and pristine beaches which lends itself to the most idyllic of luxury yacht charters. In fact, every facet of your superyacht charter in the Caribbean will be so relaxed and laidback that the hardest decision of your trip will be which picturesque island or cove to visit next.
The list of potential Caribbean sailing destinations is virtually endless, with well-known islands such as Antigua and St Barts in the Leeward archipelago and the Virgin Islands being particularly sought-after.
However, there are other destinations in the Caribbean which are less well known but equally as beautiful, our favourites of which are listed below:
- Cayman Brac is one of three islands which make up the Cayman Islands, located in the Greater Antilles. Measuring just 12 miles, it is characterized by dramatic rock formations, caves and coves which will appeal to nature lovers on Caribbeanyacht charter. The waters surrounding the island are some of the clearest and bluest in the Caribbean and ideal for snorkeling, diving and fishing.
- Anguilla is one of the lesser known of the Leeward Islands situated east of Puerto Rico and the Virgins islands and north of Saint Martin. Measuring just 16 miles long and three miles wide, the island offers visitors a much slower pace of life than on some of the larger Caribbean islands, with little in the way of development. Here, you will find an abundance of beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, and a local population which is both charming and welcoming.
- Sint Maarten - Saint Martin is a very unique place and provides vacationers the opportunity to enjoy three distinct cultures on one 87 square kilometre island. There is the playfulness of the Dutch on one side, the savoir-faire of the French on the other, and the blending of both along the invisible border. It’s a perfect place to relax with 37 beaches and pretty trails up into the hills where spectacular views of the turquoise waters can be found.
- Saba is the smallest of all the Caribbean islands, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in beauty. The tiny island, which has a surface area of five square miles, is completely untouched by commercialism and offers the perfect chance to get away from the masses and unwind. There are no beaches on the island, which lies south of Anguilla -- just lush rain forests and deep blue waters full of exotic marine life.