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Caribbean Yacht Charter - Winter escape into the Caribbean summer paradise

It is never early to plan a beautiful yacht vacation even if you’ve recently had one, and especially if short winter days are just around the corner somwhere in the U.S., Canada, Europe. Starting from December sun-seekers from the northern hemisphere escape to the Caribbean - one of the world’s most popular yacht charter destinations. It is a home to white exotic sand beaches, lush tropical gardens, vibrant culture and traditions, and laid-back lifestyle of the islanders. And what else do you need for a perfect getaway?!

There’s only one issue with a holiday in the Caribbean, and it is regarding the following question: where to cruise a charter yacht in the region that comprises more than seven thousand islands?

We can’t say which island or a group of islans will fit you the best, but we can guarantee that you’ll easily find the right mood for your next winter escape in this gorgeous yachting playground known as the Caribbean.

If you are on a family cruise with your children and wish to keep them busy with fun activities, then the Cayman Islands is an excellent choice. This amazing family-friendly yacht charter destination offers safe beaches, karting, excursions to turtle centers, swimming with friendly stingrays and dolphins, learning how to scuba dive. Enjoy a family trip to Pedro's Castle, the oldest existing building here.

Picture perfect Saint Lucia has recently received a prestige award for being the “Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination” at the 25th annual World Travel Awards. Therefore, if you’re looking for a romantic escape, think of this beautiful paradise first. It is decorated with secluded spa resorts, hidden coves, and fabulous sandy beaches.

Barbados is one of the most popular islands among sun-seekers from all around the world. Crystal-clear waters, golf courses, acres of tropical greenery, some of the world’s most exciting dives in the world and most beautiful wedding locations, coral beaches, delicious food with accents from Indian, European, and African cuisines, and of course famous hospitality and friendliness of local people. The Barbadians are excited to share their culture with holiday-goers. It is also popular to enjoy horse-racing, explore caves, see shipwrecks while on a submarine tour, and learn the history while visiting Sunbury Great House.

There’s no better place than to celebrate life at St. Barthelemy, also known as St. Barts. Sunny days spent by the the shore of this island are filled with fun and chic. This Caribbean gem is famous for hosting largest superyachts, prestige yacht regattas, high-end restaurants, luxurious nightlife, including Baz Bar Restaurant and Nikki Beach at Gustavia Harbour, fantastic shopping, and much more. What else do you need for a perfect vacation?

When visiting St. Barts while on a yacht charter holiday, enjoy the natural beauty of its waterways and beaches, impressive landscapes of steep and dramatic hills, special guided tours to watch whales and turtles. St. Barthelemy is also a very popular yachting destination for Christmas and New Year. This is the time when the island turns into one big party where people dance, relax, wine & dine.

The Bahamas is a real magnet for those who are seeking to relax. This group of islands is one of the most popular playgrounds for yacht enthusiasts from all over the world. Sun-seekers love a year-round summer climate of the Bahamas, excellent facilities and activities for a great vacation. There are more than seven hundred islands to discover, as wel as dozens of stunning coves and secluded beaches, colorful reefs and 5-star luxury spas, unique historical heritage and world-class restaurants.

After choosing the right island mood, follow this link on our website to check the selection of yachts available for charter in the Caribbean.

Caribbean Yacht Charter - Winter escape into the Caribbean summer paradise
09/10/2018

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