It is hard to envision a better winter/spring superyacht destination than the Caribbean. Specifically, you can explore dozens of tropical islands, indulge in luxury spas, and party in the hottest clubs outside of Miami Beach and Monaco.
For years, small marinas, and even smaller sailboats, dominated the Caribbean boating scene. Today, superyacht marinas host the world’s largest yachts – and can be found in nearly every corner of the Caribbean. Indeed, from the Virgin Islands all the way south to the Grenadines, 200-300ft superyachts can secure dockage in private, secure marinas. In fact, many of these superyacht facilities are attached to upscale resorts and private clubs.
Indeed, the proliferation of large marinas in the Caribbean has heralded a new era of The Superyacht Experience™. Affluent travelers, for example, can begin a yachting adventure in the natural tranquility of the British Virgin Islands and conclude their odyssey in the cosmopolitan Euro-charm of St Barts. Truly, the spectrum of yacht-based experiential travel is more diverse in the Caribbean than just about anywhere else.
The Mediterranean is the top vacation destination for Europeans. However, the Caribbean is the nearly exclusive playground for North Americans. Hollywood A-listers, Wallstreet investors, and corporate leaders flock to the Caribbean from late December through April’s “Spring Break.” Why? To begin, compared to the chilly winter weather in much of North America, the Caribbean is warm and inviting. The average temperature ranges from lows in the mid-’70s to highs in the mid-’80s. Additionally, there is very little rainfall in the winter and spring, and constant trade winds keep the humidity in check. Additionally, unlike the tiresome long flight it takes to get to an Alpine ski destination, most North Americans can travel to the Caribbean in half a day’s time.
Consider these Caribbean benefits (e.g. natural beauty, trendy hotspots, great weather, and easy access). Isn’t it clearly time to plan a Caribbean superyacht charter adventure?
Contact us at 1-800-Yachtcharters at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/ to plan your yacht charter Caribbean in the Virgin Islands today.