Allende Progress Update: Current State of Yacht Chartering in the BVIs

04th Dec 2017

A month ago, Kristiann and Graham Gips from the crewed yacht Allende was kind enough to give us an update on the progress being made in the BVIs after the hurricanes. This update proved to be very important to helping us inform clients and the public alike on how to enjoy a vacation in an area … Continued

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BVI Bareboat Cruising Report from Our Friends on Allende

06th Nov 2017

A New Update From Allende Can Be Found Here Our friends at Dream Yacht Charter asked us to write a report for bareboat charterers booked to sail in the BVI this season. Here’s one crew’s perspective after cruising during the last week of October 2017. It’s no secret that the Virgin Islands have been hit … Continued

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07th Sep 2017

September 26th 2017 UPDATE Responding to this year’s hurricane season, Caribbean Dream Yacht founder, Loic Bonnet, says: “Our fleet and business remains strong after the impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria across the Caribbean, which hit St. Martin, British Virgin Islands (BVI) and Puerto Rico particularly hard. We thank our customers for their understanding and … Continued

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Chartering A Power Catamaran With Dream Yacht Charter

19th Jul 2017

Back in May we announced the exciting addition of power catamarans to our fleet, starting with initial availability in the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, La Paz, and the Bahamas.  But what do these FP Maestro 37ft yachts offer in terms of pros? We’ve put together the key benefits of how power catamarans offer a … Continued

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Best Places to Charter With Kids for Summer Vacation

26th Jun 2017

Summer vacation is finally here, and the kids are excited. No more school, no more homework; just fun in the sun. Now it’s time to plan the perfect vacation for the whole family. Worried the places you’re thinking of won’t be fun for the kids? We want to make sure you choose the perfect place … Continued

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BVI Full Moon Parties: Art, Drinks, Fireballs, and…Werewolves?

07th Jun 2017

With the upcoming full moon later this week we thought it would be an appropriate time to talk about the British Virgin Islands famous full moon parties! Many urban legends center around the belief that full moons cause odd behavior from lunacy to transformation into werewolves! So what better time to get your party on?! … Continued

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Dream Yacht Charter has the Power…

31st May 2017

Calling all captains! Power catamarans are coming to Dream Yacht Charter. We are excited to add 37ft Fountaine Pajot Maestro power catamarans to our fleet for the upcoming 2017/18 winter season. The first yachts will be based in La Paz and Australia. The power catamarans are available for bareboat charters or you can book a professional captain to … Continued

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See the Best of the British Virgin Islands: One Great Sailing Itinerary

15th May 2017

After booking your flights and reserving your BVI yacht charter, it’s time to plan your journey! Whether it’s your first time on a bareboat charter or you’re a seasoned veteran, planning your itinerary is a very important part of every journey to help ensure that you have the most amazing trip possible. There are so … Continued

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How to Discover the Balearic Islands on a Yacht

01st May 2017

The Spanish Balearic Islands are famous for being one of the world’s best holiday destinations. Millions flock here every year and it has also become a haven for the rich and famous to set up home. By going on a sailing adventure around the Balearic Islands you can discover another side to the islands that … Continued

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Shake Up Your Cooking on the Isle of Spice

16th Jan 2017

Infuse your humble galley with the flavors of Grenada by embracing its nickname – “The Isle of Spice!” The basics? Warm, zesty flavors – and mandatory dessert. Oil down is the traditional dish of Grenada and the ultimate Caribbean comfort food. Even the preparation is usually laid-back: a bunch of friends gathered around a pot, … Continued

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