Caribbean and Virgin Islands

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Northern Caribbean

he Northern Caribbean, also known as the Leeward Islands, is the center of superyacht activity each winter. That is particularly true on the islands of Sint Maarten, Antigua, and St. Barth’s. In fact, St. Barth’s is so popular for New Year’s Eve charters that some superyachts dock there months in advance to reserve prime marina berths.


Southern Caribbean

The Southern Caribbean, also known as the Windward Islands, offers a different style of Caribbean cruising. While the Northern Caribbean islands are more developed for tourism, the Southern Caribbean islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, as well as Grenada, are more natural. Expect small villages as opposed to luxury shopping malls, and save time for the Tobago Cays wildlife preserve, where the waters are pristine.


Virgin Islands

Luxury yacht charter takes place in both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands. St. Thomas, in the USVI, and Tortola, in the BVI, are the home ports for most charter yachts. The Virgin Islands are ideal for first-time clients, as the islands are close together and easy to cruise. Be sure to save time for world-renowned beach bars like Foxy’s on Jost Van Dyke and the Bitter End Yacht Club on Virgin Gorda.