Caribbean and Atlantic Yacht Charter
One of the most popular regions to explore the waterworld via super yacht is the Caribbean. This region is a superyacht charterer’s dream.
Caribbean and Atlantic / A Cascade of Islands and Cultures
One of the most popular regions to explore the waterworld via super yacht is the Caribbean. Now, it is often spoke of in general terms, as if the islands that sit in the Caribbean Seaare homogenous based solely on the body of water they inhabit, but each island is an independent nation. Island hopping, by definition, becomes an international affair during a Caribbean yacht charter.From the North Caribbean and its rustic, old-world islands of the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos, Cuba, Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica –where the focus is simply getting on island time and relaxing to the glitz and glamor of the southern Caribbean and the islands of The Leeward Islands, the Virgin Islands, Dutch Antilles and Windward Islands. This region is a superyacht charterer’s dream.Charter season in the Caribbean begins in November (either after the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show or at the end of hurricane season, depending on your perspective) through March, when the yachts cross the Atlantic to return to the Med.Although the Caribbean is divided up into several sections, what the entire region has in common is the opportunity to go from secluded beach cove to bustling port and back again with only a short cruise, which can often be done by tender.
Cuba -Top Marinas
Port of Havana, Havana: This port has one of the most beautiful sail-ins as you pass the ancient buildings of the city on either side of the 200-meter wide channel. It has a good selection of amenities and located close to the old town, you can waste no time and get out to explore.
Cuba -Top Anchorages
Cayo Levisa: A stretch of sandy bays with fantastic diving and snorkeling opportunities. Each of these bays, located approximately 60KM west of Havana are very well protected and usually fairly private. A great place to get the water toys out, or tender ashore for a picnic on the beach.