West Indies & Caribbean Charters
What better way to relax and enjoy the shining sun and crystal
clear blue waters of the Caribbean or West Indies than to arrive
aboard a private luxury Caribberan charter yacht. Once you sink
your toes into the beautiful warm white sandy beaches, you'll
want to explore the culture and discover paradise.
With more than 36 islands and cays, the caribbean islands &
West Indies offer beautiful white sandy beaches, excellent restaurants,
nightlife and numerous water activities. Enjoy snorkeling, scuba
diving, windsurfing, kayaking, daysails, powerboating, sailing,
fishing and swimming in the spectacular waters of the Caribbean.
Visit any of the Caribbean's charming principal islands to unwind
and absorb the tranquil pleasures of sunshine and spectacular
seas. From the scenic settings and tropical breezes to the local
markets with fresh produce and handmade crafts, visitors will
experience a friendly and diversified community.
One of the favorite Caribbean sailing and boating charters is
the British Virgin Islands. Fair winds and temperatures make the
BVI's a perfect year round destination. There are many islands
within a short sail or motor yacht to explore each day.
Antiqua to St. Martin
West Indies & Caribbean charter boats.
In Tortola, the main island of the BVI's, you can shop the home-style
stores at Road Town's Main Street and Soper's Hole Marina, West
End for bargains in perfume, jewelry and wine. You will also find
one-of-a-kind antiques, silk-screened fabrics and watercolors
by On Virgin Gorda, the main shopping is located at Virgin Gorda
Yacht Harbour, in The Valley and in North Sound at various resorts.
Virgin Gorda, known for its yacht clubs and quiet cove houses,
is an intriguing grouping of huge granite rocks framing grottos
filled with sea water. Swimmers and snorkelers refresh themselves
in the cool waters of hidden pools and secret passages.
Anegada is a paradise for divers. Past ship wrecks on the hazardous
coral reefs encircling the islet have enhanced the reefs with
colorful formations of exotic undersea plants and animal life.
For a remote, rustic retreat and first-rate hiking trails, visit
Jost Van Dyke. Be sure to stop at the small beach cafes along
Main Street's sandy strip of beach and discover the local treats
and their famous freshly baked banana bread and coconut muffins.
Other great Caribbean Island destinations are St. Lucia, St.
Barts, St. Martin, US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Aruba and
a host of other delightfully friendly and beautiful locations
to anchor and enjoy the local culture. Most are English speaking,
and love boaters. Each destination is sure to tempt travelers
with every sort of regional and international cuisine. Look for
the Caribbean-style restaurants, former forts and sugar mills
for pleasing menus featuring West Indies specialties of fresh
lobster, conch, turtle, spicy goat, and curries of every description.
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