The Caribbean is one of the most popular destinations for charter in the world. Its fantastic climate that allows you to travel throughout the year to enjoy its paradisiacal coves that offer privacy, comfort and a great list of exclusive beach clubs are the main arguments for luxury yacht rentals in the Caribbean islands.
If you are thinking of taking an exotic vacation in the Caribbean aboard a yacht, we offer you the ten best destinations to enjoy with all kinds of luxury:
The Bimini Islands are ideal to satisfy all the needs of the clients. Formed by three islands in the Bahamas, each of them provides different services and attractions. Privacy is guaranteed to relax and sunbathe.
The crystal clear waters of the Bimini Islands invite you to take a dip and explore the depths by snorkelling and scuba diving. Like Es Vedrá on the island of Ibiza, it is believed that this location was the destination of the Atlantean civilization and provides a special energy.
One of the most recommended excursions is the “The Healing Hole”. This freshwater lake, which is only accessible by auxiliary boat, has mineral properties such as sulfur or lithium for those who bathe in it.
Caty Cay Island
The island of Caty Cay is considered the main entry point to the Bahamas. An island where privacy and intimacy reigns from your luxury yacht to enjoy the views with a good meal prepared by your personal chef. Taking a bath brings total comfort, with shallow sand coves.
Your privacy also allows you to enjoy a good cocktail or a dinner in the exclusive nautical restaurant, located on the beach, while watching the spectacular sunsets of the Caribbean.
British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands are considered one of the capitals of the yacht world in the Caribbean. Its paradisiacal beaches offer numerous caves to explore with the tender. Inside are shallow waters ideal for snorkeling and discovering the Caribbean fauna.
The tranquility reigns in these waters thanks to the channel of Francis Drake. In the cove of Jost Van Dyke White is the exclusive Soggy Dollar Bar where they serve their famous cocktail that mixes Pusser rum, coconut cream, orange juice and nutmeg.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines offers numerous points to anchor your yacht and enjoy this volcanic and tropical paradise in the middle of the Caribbean. This group of islands combines excursions with numerous water activities.
Enjoy the seabed using the snorkeling and diving equipment at Tobago Cays Marine Park, where you can also do water sports such as wakeboarding or paddle surfing. You can also disembark and discover St. Vincent and the Grenadines from above visiting the La Soufriere volcano in the spectacular Bequia.
Located 90 miles east of the Bahamas, the Leeward Islands offer comfort and a lot of history to all its visitors. European colonial islands in the eighteenth century, this set of islands is ideal for those who love discovering coves. One of the busiest routes is formed by the road that goes from Saint Martin to Saint Bart through Anguilla.
Anchor your yacht in Colombier, on the glamorous island of St. Bart, and enjoy a good swim and a relaxing day on your yacht sunbathing. Another of the great attractions of the Leeward Islands is the vibrant Creole market in Marigol, the capital of the island of St. Martin.
One of the great advantages of the islands of Grand Cayman is its proximity to the United States, if you want to combine a charter in the Caribbean with a visit to the main world power. In fact, Miami is just over an hour in your private jet if you wish.
In Grand Cayman there is room for those who want to relax, or for those who seek to take advantage of the great waves that can be found. Surfers are in luck at Seven Mile Cove. During the first hours of the day, you can also paddle surf or enjoy a relaxing kayak trip.
Do not miss the opportunity to admire the turtles that are found on the islands. In Grand Cayman you can also find the restaurants of the renowned chef Federico Desto. Enjoy a good dinner in Ragazzi or Luca is highly recommended.
The island of Guadalupe has an important French influence because it was an old Gallic colony several centuries ago. However, it is the perfect definition of the Caribbean island. Anchoring on the island of Gosier and Marie-Galante will allow you to enjoy total privacy to sunbathe, relax and take a bath.
History lovers should anchor in Las Saintes to enjoy a good day at sea, before visiting Napoleon Fort in the afternoon. In Porstmouth and Dominica, however, you will find an extraordinary itinerary that