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Yacht Charter in Caribbean Islands

With over 7,000 islands to choose from in this paradisiacal playground – of which fewer than 10% are inhabited – Caribbean Yacht charters offer the chance to drop anchor on your own desert island and cut yourself off completely from the rest of the world.

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Yacht Charter in Caribbean Islands

The British Virgin Islands

With steady trade winds, protected bays and no shortage of beach-side bars where you can pull up for lunch, the British Virgin Islands (BVIs) is a popular destination for Caribbean yacht charters. On the largest isle of Tortola, the beach is the star attraction. These powdery white sands are the best in the BVIs, and some of the best in the entire Caribbean. Smuggler’s Cove is difficult to get to – round the westernmost point of the island with a tender for the best route in, keeping an eye out for sea turtles. Meanwhile, Virgin Gorda is a heady mix of sea, sun and wild nature. The main attraction is The Baths National Park, where massive granite boulders join together to form natural pools of clear seawater on the contours of the shoreline – perfect for floating and catching a few rays. Nearby is Devil’s Bay Beach, a secluded spot where you can daydream, nap or dive – if you can bring yourself to move from the idyllic white sand beach that is.

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The Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines are 32 magical islands and cays, strung out in the southern Caribbean. St Vincent itself is one of the region’s least touristy islands – it’s an unpretentious and relatively quiet place that’s perfect for active, eco -friendly holidays. Here you can hike jungle trails, glimpse rare parrots, trek to spectacular waterfalls – even climb an active volcano. Beneath the surface, the snorkelling and scuba landscapes are similarly intriguing. The Grenadines’ fine, white-sand beaches, calm waters and get-away-from-it-all atmosphere are ideal for a Caribbean yachting holiday. The best known of the islands – Bequia, Mustique and Canouan – have an exclusive feel to them for guests looking for a little more privacy.

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The Leeward Islands

These islands, which take their name from the prevailing winds that blow north, offer vast aquamarine waters, dazzling reefs, safe harbours, azure lagoons and virgin white-sand beaches. With a myriad of activities, from beachcombing and snorkelling to fine dining and shopping, it’s the perfect place to spend lazy days exploring by yacht. The race set head to Antigua, while on St Maarten you’ll find a spicy marriage of European and Caribbean cultures and some of the best restaurants in the Caribbean. Visit the tiny port of Gustavia, on the ultra-chic French Caribbean island of St Barthélemy (St Barts) where the local beach bars sell a dozen types of champagne and serve up fine French cuisine or splash out at the designer boutiques.

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The Windward Islands

The Windward Islands – made up of Dominica, Martinique, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada – are some of the loveliest islands on earth. With their deep blue waters, quiet coves and tropical islands dotted with powdery beaches, emerald mountain peaks, forests sprinkled with jasmine and wild orchids, endless white beaches and star-studded skies – not to mention a slew of activities on offer – these islands will seduce you with their bounty. The only trouble you’ll have is deciding which piece of paradise to head to first. Whether you yearn for the rugged beauty of St Lucia with its dramatic twin coastal peaks, or Dominica, which is blanketed by untamed forest, or to experience the vibrant culture of Antigua, home to rainbow-coloured villages and smiling locals, you’ll find much to enjoy on a Caribbean charter in the Windward Islands.

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