Still-sleepy islands, peaceful coves, an eclectic mix of cultures and cuisines – the Caribbean offers so much variety. Create a wish list and tick it off as you sail from one island to the next. Go for a night dive in the Caymans where the water lights up with glowing fish and corals, play a round of golf on spectacular St. Croix or anchor off St. Lucia’s Pitons and picnic on a powder white beach – no matter what you want to do, there is an island for it.

Dining on the beach with view of the charter yacht
Snorkelling in the Caribbean


In the Bahamas flit from island to island scuba diving – The Abacos, Andros, Bimini, Eleuthera, Exuma – these are places where parrots, angels, tigers and butterflies are all species of fish.

Flamboyant Cuban dancers
Vintage cars in Cuba


330 miles from Miami, Cuba is ready to be rediscovered. Explore the Jardines de la Reina archipelago where the scuba diving is some of the best in the Caribbean. Snorkel off the pristine Cayo Lago and then stroll along the white sand beach with turtles and iguanas for company. What to do? Golf, sportfishing, a tour of the Cohiba factory, countless galleries, a night out at Tropicana, see Ché’s house, take a private tour of the Rum distilleries, museums or just chill out and mingle with some of the friendliest people you have ever met.

Motor yacht Nero sailing past Islands
Party on the deck of a sailing yacht

Leeward Islands

Volcanic islands and coral reefs, white and pink sandy beaches or mangrove swamps, strong Rasta culture on Dominica, French and Caribbean combined on Guadeloupe – the Leewards are a group of incredible variety, all within a leisurely cruising distance of one another.

Preparing to go snorkelling in the Windward Islands from a yacht
Windward Islands at sunset

Windward Islands

Over 5,000 reefs, cays and islands make the Windwards prime for cruising. Perhaps the best known of the islands, St Lucia, rears emerald green from the ocean.

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