Yachtcharter Caribbean

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Starting with Cuba and the Bahamas in the northwest, spanning across the British Virgin Islands and the Leeward Islands, to the archipelago of the Windward Islands in the southeast, the Caribbean is one of the most diverse and popular sailing destinations in the world. Situated between the rough Atlantic Ocean and the more sheltered Caribbean Sea, the area offers suitable conditions for all sailing levels and an endless variety of water sports. Whether you are seeking relaxation on secluded palm beaches or on the deck of a catamaran, an active vacation with diving or hiking, or you want to experience the fascinating mix of cultures on the individual islands, chatering a yacht in the Caribbean gives you the opportunitie to discover the beauty and uniqueness of this region, which is often hiffen from those who stay on land. To facilitate this, we offer you various starting points throughout the Caribbean region.

Climate: subtropical to tropical with temperatures between 20 and 35 degrees
Winds: northeast trade
Sailing season: from November to April
Average water temperature: 25 degrees

Yacht charter in the Caribbean

Is there anyone who does not dream of spending at least one vacation in the Caribbean? Warm temperatures, bright sunshine, white beaches, azure sea - the Antilles are an excellent starting point to make this dream come true.

Discover the diversity of the Caribbean on a yacht charter vacation

Due to its larger island groups and smaller archipelagos, the Caribbean offers sailing areas of vastly different character. Whether you prefer blue water sailing on the Atlantic side, or meandering from bay to bay in the more sheltered Caribbean Sea, sailors of all levels will find the perfect cruise here.

The Caribbean is also an ideal destination for groups and families with varying vacation needs. Those seeking solitude will find uninhabited islands and quiet spots away from mass tourism, while those who appreciate urban amenities will enjoy the coastal cities with duty-free shopping, lively markets, nightlife and an inspiring mix of cultures. Water sports enthusiasts will benefit from a wide range of activities. For divers and snorkelers, the reefs reveal an underwater world full of a variety of tropical fish, corals, sponges and other marine life, and perhaps even a shipwreck or two. The Caribbean includes some of the best diving in the world.

Each of the islands and island groups has a unique character. Thus, a visit to Cuba - the land of constant change - is always recommended. Those looking for timeless beauty should check out the area off Cuba's southern coast. From Cienfuegos there are many options to do so with a yacht charter. For families and less experienced sailors, the sheltered waters of the British Virgin Islands from Tortola are particularly suitable with short distances and fantastic anchorages for swimming and snorkeling. The Leeward Islands impress with varied landscapes and cultural diversity in a relaxed atmosphere. St. Martin and Guadeloupe are ideal starting points to explore the northern or southern part of the archipelago. Antigua and Barbuda is popular with sports sailors, who meet here every year for the famous Antigua Sailing Week in challenging conditions. The Windward Islands, however, are in no way inferior to the Leewards. St. Vincent and the Grenadines with its absolute highlight for snorkeling and diving fans: the reefs of the Tobago Cays, St. Lucia with its UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With charter offers on Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Grenada you will find various possibilities for your cruise planning.

Sailing in the Caribbean - we help you to find the right yacht

There is an endless choice of yacht charters in the Caribbean. The more important it is to check beforehand which sailing yacht suits you best. From where do you want to depart for your trip? How many cabins and berths are needed? What other features are important or necessary in the area? Our yacht search helps you with a selection of criteria and other search features.

If you want to start your sailing trip in Cienfuegos, the catamaran Athene 38 could be the right choice for you. The yacht has 4 cabins, 2 wet rooms and 8 berths. A CD player provides entertainment while sailing. In addition, hot water and refrigerator can be used. A younger model, which also sails from Cienfuegos, is the Lagoon 380, which also has 4 cabins, 2 wet rooms and 8 berths. A swim ladder facilitates the way in and out of the pleasantly warm water. Also included are a CD radio, hot water and a refrigerator.

If the sailing trip is to start from Martinique, for example the yachts Oceanis 48 and Oceanis 41 come into question. In comparison, the Oceanis 48 with an additional cabin and 3 berths offers extra space for up to 9 sailors. Bathing ladder, radio with CD, MP3 and USB as well as air conditioning are included in the price.

A sailing trip from Tortola is best done with the Dufour 375, the Oceanis 38 or the Saba 50. Depending on the yacht, 7 to 12 crew members will find a place to sleep. So that self-catering can be ensured, the yacht charters in the Caribbean are equipped with for example an oven, gas stove, freezer, refrigerator, microwave oven and a salon table. If you prefer to have someone cook on your sailing trip, you can hire a cook as an extra. There are fixed package prices for this.

No matter where the sailing trip should start - the Caribbean islands are inviting for everyone. Instead of exploring this beautiful spot only from land, a yacht charter vacation here offers the opportunity not only to perceive everything from a different angle, but also to discover paradisiacal places that are inaccessible by other means.

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