A fully crewed luxury yacht provides a truly unique and memorable way to experience the Caribbean. If you’re considering a yachting holiday, the most important thing to know is you need never have set sail before.
A yachting holiday is suitable for families, even the very young, couples, and groups of friends, anyone with the inclination to experience sea life. It is the perfect way to start or tail end your holiday.
In the Caribbean there are three main charter cruising areas, the Virgin Islands, the Grenadines (between St. Vincent and Grenada), and the Leeward Islands from St. Martin to Antigua.
GrenadinesA yacht charter is simply one of the best ways to see the beautiful islands of the Grenadines, starting in St. Vincent or Bequia and finishing in Union Island or Grenada if time allows. This allows a leisurely cruise through the islands of Mustique, Canouan, Petit St.Vincent, Palm Island and the very beautiful Tobago Cays.
The British Virgin Islands are as close as you can get to a sailing paradise. The waters are tranquil with over 60 islands and cays to explore and you are never out of sight of land. Islands you can visit include Peter Island, Norman Island, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada and Salt Island.
Activity or relaxation – the choice is yours. As those who have experienced chartering a crewed luxury yacht will know, there is little like it in terms of freedom and relaxation – spiced with a touch of adventure. The main advantage of a crewed yacht is the flexibility and opportunity to see unspoiled, off-the-beaten-track bays and places of the utmost beauty.
Activities vary from yacht to yacht but snorkelling, kayaking around a beautiful bay, fishing and water skiing are always popular. However, swimming in tranquil waters, sunbathing and relaxing in a hammock admiring the scenery are also a perfect way to spend the day! Your crew will be sensitive to everyone’s needs – based on the activities and places you enjoy most, they will suggest changes to the itinerary to make it the perfect holiday – there is no fixed schedule and no cruise ship itinerary to follow.
The cuisine on our yachts compares favourably with a first class restaurant, and after a fantastic dinner, as the sun goes down and you sip a cocktail, the captain will get out the charts and plans can be made for the next day.
Types of Yachts
There’s a yacht for everyone, from two to forty, and choosing the yacht you’d like to charter can be both fun and difficult!
Classic or Traditional? Sleek thoroughbred? The options are so broad ranging, and so many beautiful vessels, located in so many fantastic and exotic settings. If you are an experienced sailor or yachtsman, you may already know what type of yacht you’d like to charter, but if not please call us and we will be happy to advise.
“What I didn’t expect was that the Captain and his mate would make our trip the best we’ve ever had”
Mrs Hall who cruised on Madiba.
Rest assured that when you charter a yacht you have an experienced Captain and usually a partner who does the cooking.
The cuisine aboard a yacht charter is exceptional as many chefs working aboard have professional backgrounds with each chef tailoring their individual menus to the desires of the charter party.
Prices are per yacht per week
|2 berth yacht||£4000|
|3 berth yacht||£7200|
|4 berth yacht||£9200|