Caribbean

Meet the New Crewed Luxury Yachts in Our Caribbean Fleet

02nd Apr 2018

If you don’t want to fly far, the Caribbean is an easy destination to reach from the US and we have +16 crewed charters available in the region. You can relax on your own floating resort while we take care of your vacation itinerary and deliver Caribbean culinary delights to tempt your taste buds. A … Continued

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Meet the Crew of Our All-inclusive Crewed Catamaran Muse

30th Mar 2018

MUSE is a Sunreef 70 all-inclusive crewed catamaran with five double cabins that can accommodate 10 passengers sailing the Caribbean until the end of April. She and her crew will then head to the Mediterranean and sail there until the end of September before heading back to the Caribbean for the November to June 2019 … Continued

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Get Close to the Action During Antigua Sailing Week 2018

27th Mar 2018

It’s nearly time for one of the most competitive regattas in the Caribbean when crews across different classes will be battling against each other and the elements on the water. It’s the 51st Antigua Sailing Week between April 28 – May 4 and we’re proud to be this prestigious event’s official bareboat partner. Take a … Continued

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Virgin Gorda white sand beach in BVI

Our New Video Shows the BVIs Looking Great Post-Irma

28th Feb 2018

We’ve written recently about the awesome rebirth of the BVIs and now we’ve got the footage to prove it. As you can see, the glorious sandy beaches are waiting for you, the turquoise water is glittering in the sunshine and the marine life is waiting to be explored. Head to the BVIs this year.     … Continued

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Vacation Time Matters So Treat Yourself to All-inclusive in 2018

19th Jan 2018

Are you starting to look ahead to your vacations in 2018? We all need that special break to look forward to and get us through our work challenges. Did you know the average person works 90,360 hours in their lifetime? Vacation time matters, so make 168 hours of your free time extra special with a … Continued

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snorkeling off the boat at the shore of sandy spit BVI

The Awe-inspiring Rebirth of the British Virgin Islands

17th Jan 2018

What can be said about what the British Virgin Islands went through last year? It was heartbreaking to see one of the world’s most popular sailing destinations facing down one of the worst hurricane seasons on record in terms of damage.   It’s been tough for the community and, boy, have they been working hard. … Continued

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We’re Proud to Sponsor Antigua Sailing Week 2018

08th Jan 2018

Antigua Sailing Week, a sailing tradition since 1968, is being held between April 28 and May 4 this year. The event is approaching fast and charters are filling up! It is a heavyweight event in the industry calendar and we’re excited to be the event’s official bareboat partner in its 51st year. Take a look … Continued

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Unleash Your Inner Explorer in the Grenadines

18th Dec 2017

Get on board and book an awesome getaway for the first half of 2018 in the Grenadines, a chain of enchanting, tropical islands in the Caribbean Sea. Cast yourself away in the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles and enjoy an outstanding cruising ground that is home to 32 islands, most of which are uninhabited. … Continued

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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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boats surrounding the indians in the BVIs

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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