Charter Boat Anna Cay offers Skippered yacht charter in the Caribbean
and West Indies.
This prestigious charter boat has been built to the highest standards
in all aspects of yacht design including safety, style, comfort,
luxuries, navigational electronics and communication systems.
Skippered yacht AnnaCay is now available for sail vacation charters
in the US & British Virgin Islands, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Ginger
Island, Cooper Island, Salt Island, Peter Island, ST Martin, St
Barts, ST Kitts, Nevis, Antigua, Montserrat, Saba, Martinique, St
Lucia, St Vincent, , St Lucia, Mustique, Bequia and Grenada (Grenadines).
Caribbean sailing vacations
Antigua is one of the major yachting centers in the Caribbean,
it has a rich history and in the 18th century, the famous Nelson's
Dockyard, English Harbour, was the base of the British Fleet in
the West Indies. The island has beautiful beaches, deeply indented
bays and has perfect sailing conditions year-round. Barbuda the
sister island to the north is a low flat island with miles and
miles of near-deserted sandy beaches.
Heading first west from Antigua is St Kitts and Nevis, another
twin island nation, these outstandingly beautiful island have
not changed much since the sugar plantation days although many
of the plantation houses have been converted to small luxury hotels,
while Brimstone Hill on St Kitts has a wonderful old, strategically
located fort, a lasting monument to the old enmity between the
British and French.
Next in the chain going north is St Eustatia (Statia), a small
island with a big history was once the trade capital of the West
Indies. This sleepy island offers peace and tranquility and many
Saba, a mere five square mile rock which reaches a lofty 3,000ft,
offers scuba diving rated as some of the best in the Caribbean
and an isolated island character that is spotlessly clean, villages
of white-washed red roofed cottages and cobblestone streets built
by descendents of Dutch, Scottish and British settlers. Nevis,
St Kitts, Saba and Statia are all volcanic islands often with
cloud-topped peaks and for the most part they are surrounded by
Next, St Barthelemy or St Bart's as it's often known, once owned
by the Swedes and sold to France in 1878 is now a fashionable
sailing destination and has become the Riviera of the Caribbean.
Anguilla is a low island surrounded by spectacular white sand
beaches and banks of coral.