Most people familiar with the Caribbean islands will know that Antigua is famous for its 365 beaches – one for every day of the year. This makes it ideal for a bareboat charter with a family – you’ll have plenty of places to anchor up and spend the day.
Swim in the luscious calm shores at Ffryes Beach and enjoy barbecued local fish for lunch. Or try beachcombing on the sweeping golden sands at Darkwood Beach.
Most sailboat charters in Antigua start from Jolly Harbour Marina, which is very well placed to sail out of and circumnavigate the island on a 7 day vacation. It also has plenty of restaurants and shops for provisioning.
Nature lovers will love sailing the coastline of Puerto Rico on a bareboat charter. Its diverse habitat is full of forests and rocky outcrops home to a variety of flora and fauna.
Take a charter out of San Juan or Fajardo and sail east to wild uninhabited Isla de Culebra – a haven for turtle and seabird populations. Snorkel off Punta del Soldado and see ray, blue tang and barracuda.
On the way back, live stories of pirate legend and sail to Pirates of the Caribbean filming locations Isla Palominos and Palominitos and swim ashore through the breathtaking azure blue and sea green waters.
Although Hurricane Maria devastated much of Puerto Rico in 2017, the island is on its way to recovery and visits from tourists will give a much-needed boost to the economy.
Hilly and colorful Grenada is a favorite among our team here at LateSail, and it’s not hard to see why. The ‘Spice Isle’ and its surrounding islands is a world-class sailing destination, with a rich history and plenty of impressive coral reefs.
Most bareboat charters in Grenada start out of the capital of St George’s. From there you can enjoy a 7 day itinerary and take in Carriacou and Petit Martinique. The tiny island of Petit Martinique is a hidden, relaxed and unspoilt paradise.
Hire a stand-up paddleboard and don your snorkeling gear to take in the amazing underwater seascape, where you can spot turtles, lobster, rays, seahorses and eels.
Why not sit back and relax by taking advantage of a crewed catamaran charter and sail through the Grenadan island chain in style.
A blending of Dutch and French heritage on one landmass makes St Martin and St Maarten a fascinating island to visit on a bareboat charter.
It is also excellent for those looking for a bargain or daytime activities. Said to be the Caribbean capital of duty free, St Martin has plenty of designer shops offering discounted goods and other places to keep visitors entertained including casinos and many beach bars.
St Martin is a great base to make a sail over to its diverse neighboring islands of St Barts and Anguilla.
Just 12nmi to the south west lies stylish St Barts, a haven for the rich and famous. An even shorter passage across to British Overseas Territory Anguilla to the north brings wide sweeping beaches and a laidback vibe.
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