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Yachts, Boating and Sailing in the Caribbean Sea

Caribbean for yacht and boat lovers

Calm seas, crystal waters, and many secluded bays and inlets to explore make the Caribbean the perfect place for yachts, boating and sailing. Whether you know how to sail or not, you can find sailing charters that will fit your needs. Here’s a short list of the best spots for yachts, sailing and boating.

Yacht in the Caribbeans

Dreaming of boating or sailing in the Caribbeans?

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Sailing in Antigua

Antigua’s circular shape makes it an ideal spot for ocean goers and yachts, with constant trade winds as well as many harbours and coves to explore. Experienced boaters will find Antigua’s rugged east coast to be adventurous; a good nautical map is strongly recommended to help you avoid the many treacherous mini-reefs present in the area. Those who don’t feel so adventurous may stay close to the island’s popular western coast.

Boating in St. Martin

Being surrounded by water, St. Maarten/St. Martin provides many opportunities for yachtsmen, boaters and sailers. From the island’s various ports, you can try a day trip to the neighboring islands – St. Barths, Anguilla, St. Eustatius and Saba – and hideaways. Experienced sailers can rent their own boat for an excursion within the waters of St. Maarten/St. Martin. Less experienced boaters should stay in the protected waters of the Simpson Bay Lagoon.

Yachting in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

With regular trade winds, calm seas, and 32 awe-inspiring islands, St. Vincent and the Grenadines is the perfect place to relax, explore and enjoy the sailing adventure of a lifetime. Whether you choose to board your own private yacht or to charter one, come and enjoy all the Caribbean has to offer.

Exploring the waters of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Calm seas, crystal waters, and a hundred islands, islets, and cays to explore make the U.S. Virgin Islands one of the greatest sailing destinations in the world. With more than 100 vessels to choose from, St. Thomas offers the right combination for every nautical excursion.

Yachting Tortola, British Virgin Islands

With consistent trade winds, an abundance of coves, and endless secluded beaches, the British Virgin Islands offer some of the best sailing opportunities in the world. Experienced yachtsmen and sailors can charter a bareboat and captain the vessel themselves, while beginners can hire a boat with a captain and a crew.

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Michael Young is a writer for Cheap All Inclusive Caribbean Vacation. For more information about yachts, boating and sailing in the Caribbeans, visit Cheap All Inclusive Caribbean Vacation today.

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