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Whether you’re looking for a family-sized bareboat catamaran charter in the Caribbean, a fully-crewed luxury yacht in the Mediterranean, or a cabin-only charter Tahiti or Seychelles, we have what you’re looking for.
Perfect for first-timers and experienced charterers. Enjoy calm waters, short sails between islands and the fun and friendly vibes.View All Details
Easy sailing conditions combined with the short distances between islands make this the perfect destination for first-timers. With the variety of itinerary options for a BVI yacht charter, no two trips are the same. Even experienced charterers can’t resist its crystal blue, warm waters and line-of-sight sailing.
One of the world’s sailing hotspots, with consistent trade winds, calm currents, protected coves, and pirate-ship bars. Tortola, the main island, is famous for its full-moon celebrations. Virgin Gorda and its magnificent boulders at The Baths entice billionaires and yachties alike. Anegada floats in the middle of an expansive coral reef, with a hammock waiting for visitors who are serious about rebooting. Add to the BVI beauty the fun atmosphere at Foxy’s and Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke and you have a vacation of a lifetime!
A sailor’s Caribbean dream! A destination for bareboaters and crewed yacht charters alike.View All Details
St. Martin is the smallest landmass in the world shared by two independent countries— boasting two clearly separate sides: French St. Martin in the north and Dutch St. Maarten in the south. This distinction makes the Leeward Island a delightful combination of sophistication and relaxation, enjoyed by diverse groups of vacationers and sailors.
The world’s smallest land area separated into two nations, this half-French, half-Dutch island’s interesting cultural mix includes a rich African past and 120 different nationalities resulting in some of the best Caribbean cuisine anywhere. There are 37 white-sand beaches on the island, ranging from lively portions lined with bars to quiet hidden bays and coves. Water sports such as snorkeling and diving, as well as land-based activities like zip lining and hiking, abound.
95-nautical miles of secluded isles and lively ports, offering a variety of sailing experiences, sure to fascinate you.View All Details
It’s known as the Spice Island for a reason: you can smell the nutmeg in the air. With lush green hills and the abundance of lovely sandy strands of beach it is an adventurers paradise.
Sailors can’t get enough of the region’s beautiful, 80 °F tropical weather, warm sunshine and steady winds. No matter how you map out your Grenadines cruising itinerary, there are definitely some open-water sailing adventures waving you in.
Warm weather promises seven days of tropical ecstasy, year round, and short distance cruising makes it easy to plot your course.View All Details
This combination of peaceful, intimate beaches and thriving villages appeals to both the quiet castaway and lively spirit, and is a huge reason travelers of all sorts flock to Puerto Rico and the Passage Islands.
A unique blend of Caribbean pleasures and experiences, derived from a sun-drenched medley of Spanish and American influences. Its coral reefs are home to a plethora of wondrous marine life, while the beaches sparkle like crushed pearls. You’ll have plenty of company on some beaches, but you might find that on other beaches, like Cabo Rojo or Vieques, that you have some of the world’s nicest stretches of sand all to yourself.
Crafted for the adventurous, those ready to snorkel or scuba dive around one of the world’s most serene and protected reefs.View All Details
With calm waters, sunny 70-80°F weather, so much to see and do, it’s hard to pick a favorite stop. The Belize Barrier Reef boasts hours worth of underwater sightseeing, sure to send you home with memories for a lifetime.
Belize is full of tropical islands, adventure, and culture. The Belize Barrier Reef is the world’s second largest and it’s a scuba divers and snorkelers dream. With more than 100 types of coral and 500 species of tropical fish snorkelers are treated to a kaleidoscope of coral, fish, whale sharks, and turtles as they swim through translucent seas, while divers explore underwater caverns and walls, as well as the world-famous Blue Hole. Spending your days kayaking, windsurfing, stand-up paddle boarding, swimming, fishing, or relaxing in a hammock on the sandy cays, makes for a great tropical sailing vacation.
Bareboat and crewed catamaran charters alike escape to this tropical getaway for days of water activities, like awe-inspiring, shallow-water snorkeling and diving, peaceful sunbathing and picturesque views.View All Details
The Abacos is one of the main island groups in The Bahamas. This archipelago is a 120-mile chain of idyllic cays connected by short distances of ocean, perfect for island-hopping by sailboat or motor yacht. The boomerang-shaped island group is located east of Florida, floating in the Abacos Sea and surrounded by warm Bahamian 80°F weather most of the year.
One of the Bahamas’ crown jewels, The Abacos is a sailor’s delight, a history buff’s joy, a seafood lover’s paradise, and a diver’s utopia abundant with marine life and covered in gorgeous coral.
Discover a bright and vibrant escape for boaters and inland adventurers alike with a Mediterranean cruising route that most appeals to you.View All Details
Experienced bareboaters enjoy this area’s more challenging, windy conditions while crewed yachters love both the action-packed and serene villages. With incredible historic architecture, scenic shores and warm, blue expanses across the Adriatic Sea, you’ll discover why Croatia makes our top 10 list of sailing destinations.
There’s a lifetime of adventure across the waters of the Ionian and Aegean Seas, surrounding the European country of Greece.View All Details
No matter where you anchor, Greece is lined with lush greenery, brilliant blue backdrops and charming architecture. With 315 cloudless days, steady winds and 80°F weather during the peak sailing season, vacationers hit the waters every April to October.
Be surrounded by paradise as you cruise through the crystal clear waters and relax in the warm air of exotic French Polynesia.View All Details
With peak season air and water temperatures at a warm 70-80°F, Tahiti is a favorite getaway. A fascinating blend of serene nature and splash-inducing play, the Leeward Islands hold an energy unlike any region you’ve sailed, offering unique cultures and miles of natural, awe-inspiring beauty.
Fabulous cruising conditions and warm 80°F weather make for incredible tropical adventures.View All Details
From abundant sea life to mountainous cliffs and densely forested islands, you won’t be disappointed by one of the world’s finest diving and snorkeling hot spots. Bask in Thailand’s scenic white sand beaches, crystal waters and spectacular sailing backdrops, perfect for your vacation charter.