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Caribbean Yacht Charter

A yacht charter in the Caribbean is something you should try at least once in your life - however, you should be aware that you might become addicted!
The temperature in the Caribbean is constant at about 28 degrees all year round and the turquoise waters are always welcoming - both for sailing, swimming and diving. The Caribbean consists of a mixture of independent island states and overseas territories. Our most popular sailing destination in the Caribbean include the British Virgin Islands (Tortola), St. Martin, St. Lucia and Grenada.

The Caribbean islands are also known as the West Indies - a name that dates back to Columbus, who mistakenly thought he had found the passage to the west coast of India.

The British Virgin Islands (Tortola)

The British Virgin Islands (Tortola)

Yacht Charter in the British Virgin Islands (Tortola) Protected waters, loads of water-related activities, modern marinas with full-service resorts and traditional islands are just some of the attractions that will meet you in the British Virgin Islands. Furthermore - it is also plus that the islands are convenient to reach by air. It is no wonder that the BVI is considered as the world's top sailing destination:Easy navigation The Baths at Virgin Gorda Marina Cay Snorkelling, diving and the wreck of The Rhone Anegada lobster The beach bars Foxy's, Soggy Dollar, Sugar Mill and Willie T Protected anchorages with mooring buoysThe British Virgin Islands consist of more than 25 paradise-islands - beautifully located in the central Caribbean Sea’s turquoise waters. Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and Anegada are the largest and best-known islands in the group, while the smaller islands are perfect for day trips or overnight stays. If you rent a quality yacht with Seatravel - your trip to the BVI can be as relaxed or as active as you want it to be - and can be adapted to suit all tastes and expectations. Here you´ll find beautiful white sandy beaches, luxurious beach resorts, sailor-friendly bars, fine restaurants, chic boutiques, great snorkelling and diving on coral reefs that teem with colourful life. A perfect blend, which is extremely popular among sailors, and a Caribbean adventure in the British Virgin Islands will be an amazing and unforgettable experience for you, your family and friends. Sailing in the British Virgin Islands (Tortola) A sailing holiday in the British Virgin Islands offers a unique combination of steady trade winds, sheltered waters with minimal tidal currents, very few unmarked hazards, great navigational aid, short hops to new anchorages (often only a few hours or even less) and protected bays and straits where it is easy and stress-free to drop anchor or pick up a buoy. Marinas, where you can re-supply with fuel and water, are never far away. The trade winds generally blow with 10-20 knots most of the year and are very stable - making the British Virgin Islands perfect for inexperienced sailors. It is easy to make the most favourable rate on almost all passages as the islands offer pleasant sheltered sides and navigation is straightforward and simple. Highlights Many of the British Virgin Islands are mountainous remnants of long-extinct volcanoes, covered in remarkable shades of green, rise from the ocean floor. The natural wealth of the area includes majestic rock formations and breathtaking flooded caves. Here is a wealth of coral reefs and natural beauty is very much one of the reasons why sailors choose to spend their vacation in the British Virgin Islands. But the attractions of the country are also fun and varied - ranging from beach bars and luxury resorts to quiet authentic villages and exquisite shops on the islands Your sailing itinerary at the British Virgin Islands is extremely flexible and the area presents a myriad of options for different pleasures that will be tailored to suit your expectations. It is possible to sail wherever the wind allows, drop anchor at a secluded anchorage and spend the day snorkelling, swimming, sunbathing, reading a book or walking on the beach. It is also possible to experience exciting sailing without moving far away from the pleasures of civilization, and you are always within convenient distance of marinas, the possibility of gourmet dinners at great restaurants, interesting shops and sightseeing in charming villages. Most sailors choose a travel plan that combines the best of both worlds: secluded anchorages and beautiful sunsets, luxury at the sophisticated resorts and relaxed fun at one of the famous beach bars.
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St. Martin, Antigua & Guadeloupe

St. Martin, Antigua & Guadeloupe

Yacht Charter in St. Martin and Antigua A sailboat holiday in the Leeward Islands - and especially by the many famous islands in the area such as St. Martin and Antigua, will be an unforgettable journey through a tropic paradise. Lively resort towns with restaurants and bars, secluded anchorages with great snorkelling and scuba diving, are among the many pleasures that will greet guests.Superb sailing A mixture of European and Caribbean culture Pristine beaches on St. Barts Snorkelling and diving on Anguilla Good restaurants and casinos on St. Martin Sightseeing on St. KittsThe British named the archipelago the Leeward Islands, because, unlike the neighbouring Windward Islands, it was usually not necessary to sail against the wind to reach them from other British colonial territories. The Leeward archipelago starts east of Puerto Rico and stretches 150 km south to the Dominican Republic - and includes Guadeloupe, Antigua, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barts and Anguilla. The chain ends near the famous St. Martin. The waters are ideal for an exciting Caribbean sailboat holiday - and provide access to a wealth of exciting and varied anchorages. Whether the islands are British, Dutch, French or independent - they all have their unique characteristics - and you can find both hip and trendy or isolated and relaxed. Some islands are mountainous remnants of ancient volcanoes, which today are covered by lush rain forests. Others are low-lying and surrounded by incredible white sandy beaches and vibrant coral reefs. St. Martin is one of the most famous islands in the Caribbean - and presents visiting sailors with a myriad of opportunities to enjoy the great Caribbean food, beautiful beaches, as well as formidable snorkelling and diving. A yacht charter to St. Martin and Antigua will for sure be an unforgettable adventure. Sailing in St. Martin and Antigua Because the area around St. Martin and Antigua is very large, a yacht charter to this area offers a wide range of sailing adventures. Both beginners and more experienced sailors will find a route that perfectly suits their navigation skills. A sailboat holiday can both be centred on short trips and easy navigation - but can also include more vibrant open-water voyages around the islands - anything is possible in the Leeward Islands. The trade winds typically blow from northeast to east in November to March, and east to the southeast in April to October. The strength is between 10 and 25 knots. The wind also gives strength to the North Equatorial Current, which is usually not a factor, except when gaining strength at the ends of some islands. Tidal currents are weak because of the small tidal range on about 1.5 feet. The Leeward Islands has one of the most pleasant climates in the Caribbean - with an average temperature of 26 °C throughout the year. Highlights You can easily spend a week exploring the northern Leeward Islands. By sailing 21 nautical miles a day, you will have time to enjoy relaxing navigation as well as excursions ashore to shop, sightsee and taste the delicious Caribbean food at one of the nice restaurants. You can also choose to extend your sailing area to make both long and short passages, which will allow you to be able to sail further south and visit the picturesque islands of St. Kitts, Nevis and Antigua. The combination of open water passages in the smooth wind, down the archipelago, and short cruises between the islands, with swimming, snorkelling and relaxing at secluded anchorages, is just one of the many pleasures when sailing in the Leeward Islands. Yachting in Guadeloupe Guadeloupe unfolds in the ocean as a butterfly - split in the middle by a narrow mangrove strait. At the port of Pointe-à-Pitre, you can shop at the colourful fish and spice market before the voyage goes southwest around Basse-Terre with a view of the active volcano La Soufrière and lush rainforests.The Jacque Cousteau Underwater Reserve and diving paradise around Pigeon Island must be a stop on the route towards the north. This route offers a more challenging sea sailing to Antigua and St. Kitts. Towards the south, the enchanting islands of Les Saintes, with fine wooden houses in cheerful colours and amazing anchorage coves, can be found. You will experience how the turquoise colours of the sea around the island of Marie-Galante shine dazzling. An old plantation with a rum distillery tells its own story. You can also take a detour to the pristine island of Dominica and experience its friendly locals and natural harbours, which are surrounded by rainforests.
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St. Lucia & Martinique

St. Lucia & Martinique

Yacht Charter in St. Lucia and Martinique Unrivalled sailing, with the possibility of longer open water passages, and the easy access to a versatile range of enchanting Caribbean islands - all this is the hallmark of a sailboat vacation in the tropical paradise of St. Lucia and Martinique in the Windward Islands. Also look forward to the pleasures of modern resorts, sightseeing and fabulous white sandy beaches.The Pitons - two impressive volcanic rocks on St. Lucia Exciting sailing The boat builders on Bequia Dining on luxurious Mustique Crescent Beach at Salt Whistle Bay Snorkelling and scuba diving in the Tobago CaysSt. Lucia is often called the jewel of the Windward islands - which is quite appropriate. Mt. Gimie, the island's highest peak, rises more than 900 meters into the sky. The steep hillsides are covered in lush rainforest, home to an abundance of exotic plants such as orchids and giant ferns. Bird watching and hiking are popular pastimes. Like the rest of the largest islands in the Windward island group, extending from Martinique south to Grenada, St. Lucia has a volcanic origin. The dormant volcano Soufriere is a major tourist attraction and a must-see on any St Lucia yacht charter. Although St. Lucia has a population of approximately 160,000 and its large banana plantations, picturesque towns and beautiful ports - the island does not appear specially developed and therefore give an impression of how the Caribbean looked like before mass tourism made its entry. A sailboat holiday in the Windward Islands and St. Lucia also invites visiting yachtsmen to make open water passages to the equally breathtaking islands of St. Vincent, Bequia, Mustique and Mayreau. Sailing in St. Lucia and Martinique The Windward Islands forms the eastern boundary between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The trade winds blowing from the northeast typically through the winter months, the peak season for a yacht charter in the area - and then from a more easterly direction in the summer. The islands north-against-south geographical location means that the wind will usually come from the port when you turn south. This is ideal for fast navigation on longer passages between the islands. Some sailors choose one-way navigation, allowing a longer route. Wind speeds typically vary between 10 and a more lively 25 knots, often slightly weaker at the islands north-ends. Temperature-average in December to May is usually between 18 °C and 29 °C, and from June to November between 24 °C to 35 °C. Highlights A yacht charter in St. Lucia and Martinique includes a wealth of experiences - and the superlative sailing between the islands is only one of them. White sandy beaches, swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, diving, excellent dining experiences, travel and the opportunity to explore the breathtaking historical sites, are all part of a yacht charter in these fantastic waters. One can easily spend a whole week around St. Lucia, and enjoy smooth sailing and take defectors to the country for shopping, sightseeing and tasting the local cuisine at one of the many good restaurants. But to most sailors a big part of the attraction of the eastern Caribbean, the chance to combine longer open water passages in the gentle breeze between the islands, with days of pure relaxation, where you can swim, snorkel and experience the culture and atmosphere of the smaller islands of the area - which also includes St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
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St. Vincent & Grenada

St. Vincent & Grenada

Sailboat Holidays in St. Vincent & Grenada In the waters south of St. Vincent - is the beautiful archipelago of the Grenadines - one of the most pristine sailing areas in the Southern Caribbean. Among the pleasures of a sailing holiday in the Grenadines is the opportunity to explore the Tobago Cays’ five deserted islands (like something out of Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe) and the surrounding marine park where snorkelling and diving are exceptional. The island of Bequia, with rich traditions of boat building, the relaxed Clifton Harbour on Union Island and the exclusive white sandy beaches of Mustique, create a wealth of exciting opportunities for visitors. Among sailors, the area is recognized as one of the best areas for tropical sailing in the world:Sailing in the stable trade winds Rich sailing history and boat building on Bequia First class snorkelling and diving at the Tobago Cays Fine dining at exclusive Mustique Beautiful beaches at Mayreau and Mopion Explore the ports on Union Island and St. VincentIt should also be mentioned that mountainous and lush Grenada, with its numerous national parks, is located within sailing distance. The island is called The Spice Isle of the Caribbean, and it is filled with fragrant plants, rare tropical flowers, crater lakes and abundant wildlife - and among the attractions will also include historic forts, spice plantations and several interesting rum distilleries. Sailing in St. Vincent & Grenada A yacht charter in this area is suitable for sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. However, you will also find challenges for more experienced skippers who want longer passages in open water. Many sailors choose a one-way trip to experience a larger area. The wind is almost always NE-SW and varies between 10-25 knots. During the winter season, the peak season for sailing, the wind is coming from the north, while in the summer it hits from a south-eastern direction. Completely calm periods are rare. The temperature in the season is between 24 °C and 28 °C. Highlights Located in the southernmost part of the Caribbean, St. Vincent, Grenada, the Grenadines and the surrounding islands offer a wealth of different tour possibilities and great experiences. Here you can mix nature, culture and history just as you like - from diving in one of the best waters in the world to the matchless cuisine at a good Caribbean restaurant. A yacht charter here can also contain copious amounts of swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, shopping, hiking and visits to historical sites - you decide!
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The Abaco Islands

The Abaco Islands

Yacht Charter in the Bahamas - The Abaco Islands The residents on the many islands of the Abaco Islands are relaxed and friendly, the coral reefs are beautiful and the coves are isolated and peaceful - all of which can be enjoyed on a sailing holiday in the Abacos - but as you will notice, there is so much more to enjoy while sailing here.Sailing in protected waters near the reefs Cosy villages of Hope Town and Man-O-War Cay Beautiful beaches at Treasure Cay Awesome fishing, diving and snorkelling Good flight connections An exciting range of museums, beach bars and good restaurantsThe Bahamas are located east of Florida and north of Cuba - and in contrast to the Caribbean islands, which were formed by ancient volcanic mountain ranges; the Bahamas is located on top of two underwater banks that rise from the Atlantic Ocean. Therefore, the Bahamas are low and relatively flat. Here you will find a multitude of small islands fringed by coral reefs with exciting wildlife. The Great Abaco Island is located in the Little Bahama Bank - and the area offers a myriad of idyllic and exciting islands - perfect for a family holiday. The trade winds blow over the tranquil turquoise waters - which is well protected from the ocean. Marinas, scenic anchorages, tranquil islands, historical sites, lively beach bars, luxury resorts, great snorkelling and diving and, not least, the relaxed sailing – these are just some of the pleasures of a sailing holiday in the Bahamas. Another advantage is the convenient flight connections from the major American airports. Sailing in the Bahamas and the Abacos A holiday aboard a rented sailboat in the Bahamas means relaxation and warm winds, blue water and spectacular scenery. The wind is usually between 5-20 knots. They are rarely stronger unless a powerful wind is blowing from the north in the winter months. The wind direction is east to southeast during the summer and more northeasterly in winter. The Abaco Sea is usually calm, the passages are short and navigation is mostly conducted with by rule of thumb - however, the waters are quite shallow, so it is very important to watch the chart and plan according to the tides - which can be up to three feet when it's a full moon.This part of the Bahamas is perfect for the inexperienced sailor or the family with small children. But it is also an area, which the experienced and well-travelled sailor wants to return to. The daily temperature ranges between 24 °C in January and 35 °C in August. The daily temperatures from December to February can be as low as 15 °C. Highlights Gentle trade winds, stress-free sailing, great snorkelling, miles of secluded beaches, plenty of modern marinas, cosy villages and towns, and a friendly population – these are the ingredients that make up a sailing holiday in the Bahamas. This sailing area is large, but most sailors believe that the Central Abaco, north and south of Marsh Harbour, which is the base for boat rentals, provide the best sailing in the area.
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