The Caribbean

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Charter yachts are available throughout the Caribbean, from the Virgin Islands in the north to the Grenadines in the south. The most popular region for Caribbean charters is the Leeward Islands, which include Antigua, Sint Maarten, and St. Barth’s.

Here is a sample itinerary for the Leeward Islands, to give you an idea of some options you might enjoy. Our experts can help tailor any destination to your personal preferences.

Day One: Antigua. Your first introduction to the Caribbean will be the island of Antigua, where your charter yacht awaits at historic Nelson’s Dockyard. Board your yacht for a short cruise to nearby Green Island, a water enthusiasts’ paradise.

Day Two: Green Island to Barbuda. Cruise to the seldom-seen gem of Barbuda, fringed with secluded pink beaches protected by a reef. Overnight cruise to Nevis.

Day Three: Nevis. From your anchorage in sheltered Tamarind Bay, take a short tender ride to shore. With a peak towering at 3,232 feet, this tropical island offers a real contrast to Barbuda. Hiking, history tours, and beautiful beaches are all on the menu.

Day Four: Nevis to St. Kitts. A short cruise to nearby St. Kitts will reveal the other half of this two-island nation. Try the par-71 beachfront Royal St. Kitts Golf Club, one of the top 10 things to do here. Don’t leave the island without visiting historic Basseterre.

Day Five: St. Kitts to Saba. A trip to the volcanic island of Saba, part of the Dutch Caribbean, will allow you to enjoy snorkeling and diving. This tiny island nation has much to offer, from scenic hiking trails and charming villages to great sites for scuba and a marine park.

Day Six: Saba to St. Barth’s. The French Riviera and the Caribbean meet on this beautiful, exclusive island. Gustavia Harbour is one of the Caribbean’s most sought-after yacht destinations.

Day Seven: St. Barth’s to Anguilla. A short cruise will take you to Anguilla. This lesser-known and less-traveled island features amazing
beaches and a laid-back feel with few full-time residents. Its galleries offer colorful art, and the recent hotel boom includes whimsical architecture.

Day Eight: Anguilla to St. Martin. Your charter ends on a divided island. St. Martin for the French is Sint Maarten to the Dutch. Its dual heritage has given it plenty to offer visitors, from popular beaches to low-key villages and excellent restaurants.