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678 Crewed Luxury Yachts for Charter in the Caribbean

Caribbean Yacht Charter

A Caribbean yachting vacation incorporates vast expanses of crystalline waters and endless clusters of idyllic paradisical islands, making for a picture-perfect family getaway. With its beautiful climate and spectacular coastlines that comprise iconic superyacht hotspots like the Virgin IslandsSt Barts and Antigua, a yacht rental in the Caribbean has an alluringly evergreen appeal.

The Caribbean Sea comprises more than 7,000 islands, islets, reefs and cays, and is divided into three island arcs: that of the Greater Antilles in the north, the Lesser Antilles in the south, and the Leeward Antilles to the east.

Caribbean Yacht Charters: At a Glance

Tropical islands of the Caribbean
Colorful houses line a Caribbean beach
Children climbing a palm tree on a beach in the Caribbean

  • Ideal winter destination 
    Boasting all-year-round pleasant weather, its powdery sand beaches and alluringly clear waters make it an especially popular choice for winter yacht charters.
  • Easy-to-reach
    The Caribbean is well-connected to the US, with a high number of international airports flying directly into the region.
  • Secluded anchorages
    With more than 7,000 islands and only a small percentage being inhabited, the world is your oyster when it comes to finding serenely beautiful anchorages.
  • Snorkeling and diving paradise
    The Caribbean is home to some of the world's most impressive snorkeling and diving sites, meaning plenty of exciting underwater adventures where your eyes will be wide with wonder.
  • Excellent superyacht marinas
    The Caribbean has numerous well-provisioned superyacht marinas to take your pick from, many of which have fantastic dining and shopping opportunities.

Are the Bahamas and the Caribbean the same thing?

The Bahamas is sometimes considered as part of the Caribbean island group. But technically, it is in the West Indies, forming part of the Lucayan Archipelago in the Atlantic. However, it's the Bahamas' strong political and cultural ties that link it to its Caribbean neighbour. 

Practically speaking, what this means for you as a charter guest, if you are interested in chartering a yacht in the Bahamas, you should be aware that being able to visit an actual Caribbean destination as well as this location during a typical 7-day charter is highly unlikely. You will need to make a choice between which destination you would prefer to spend your time in. Alternatively, you'll need to extend your charter vacation to incorporate both. 

To find out more about chartering in the region, check out our in-depth Bahamas destination guide for more information.

Popular Destinations for Yacht Rentals in the Caribbean

Tropical beach in the Pitons, St Lucia in the Caribbean

The most popular destinations for renting a yacht in the Caribbean are those located in the Lesser Antilles region, primarily the island groups of the Leeward Islands. and the Windward Islands.

For Leeward Island yacht rentals, Antigua, the Virgin Islands, St Martin, St Barts and St Kitts and Nevis garner the most attention, thanks to not only their splendid tropical landscapes but also their extremely well-provisioned superyacht marinas, fine dining options, impossibly hip bars and medley of designer boutiques bound to keep guests entertained from dawn till dusk.

Scattered like pearls along the aquamarine seas, you'll find sun-drenched Martinique, gorgeous Grenada and the ultra-secluded St Vincent and the Grenadines are the top picks for slow-paced Windward Island yacht charters.

Although not as popular, the islands that form the Greater Antilles, such as Jamaica, Cuba and Puerto Rico, are just as beautiful and offer an array of spectacular destinations to explore and discover on a luxury yacht charter.

Itineraries

Caribbean adventure
Caribbean adventure

Bahamas to St Lucia (14 days)

50 miles

Antigua to St. Martin
Antigua to St. Martin

Antigua to St. Martin (8 days)

Discover Cuba
Discover Cuba

Havana to Puerto Esperanza (6 days)

Popular Sub-Regions in the Caribbean

Aerial view over Antigua in the Caribbean
Red phone box on a tropical beach in Antigua, Cariibean
Waterfalls in the Caribbean
A canon on the island of St Barts in the Caribbean

Looking for the best superyacht hotspots in the Caribbean? These are the spellbinding locations guests find most enticing. If you are interested in any of these cruising grounds, we strongly advise booking as far in advance as possible.

  • Antigua: the jet-set adore its unbelievable scenery, intriguing historical landmarks, lavish shopping options and a cluster of ivory-white sands coupled with gin-clear waters.
  • St Martin/Sint Maarten: French and Dutch sides of the island combine to bring a fascinating fusion of influences, replete with outstanding diving spots and awe-inspiring topography. 
  • St Lucia: considered the tropical jewel of the Windward Islands, it's virtually unspoiled. Bordered by lush rainforest and dark volcanic sands, it makes for a truly unique anchorage spot. 
  • Grenada: known as the Isle of Spice thanks to being one of the world's largest exporters of mace and nutmeg, its capital St George is regularly called the Caribbean's most picture-perfect town. 
  • St Barts: Well-known for its moniker "St Moritz of the Caribbean" due to its unique Swedish-French colonial heritage, this iconic tiny island is synonymous with glamour, movie stars and designer shopping. 
  • St Croix, US Virgin Islands: The largest of the USVIs boasts a National Park, breath-taking scenic beauty and some of the best dive spots in the Caribbean.
  • Puerto Rico: Affectionately known locally as the ‘island of enchantment’, Puerto Rico is a profusion of vibrant Latin culture entwined with the laid back rhythm of the Caribbean, with pristine beaches, excellent diving spots and exquisite local dishes.

Highlights of a Caribbean Yacht Charter

A man pours a cocktail at Eden rock in St Barts, Caribbean
Basil’s Bar Mustique at nightCelebrated Bagatelle restaurant in St Barts

A yacht rental vacation in the Caribbean delights guests with its truly endless number of things to see and do. Here are our top picks:

Don't Miss:

  • Eden Rock St. Barts: one of the most in-demand hotels in the Caribbean, with a seven-star bar and spa.
  • Hermitage Bay, Antigua: kick back and relax on this tropical beach that delivers on sensational views.
  • Bagatelle, St. Barts: overlooking the glittering Gustavia harbor, this sophisticated bar and restaurant is a hugely popular superyacht spot, showcasing the finest of French-Caribbean cuisine.
  • Basil's Bar, Mustique: legendary bar and restaurant designed by Philippe Starck, frequented by royals, supermodels and rockstars for decades.
  • The Cotton House, Mustique: a wellness center unsurpassed in beauty.
  • Watermelon Cay, St John, US Virgin Islands: dreamy islet surrounded by coral reefs and a veritable snorkeling wonderland
  • Rhone Marine Park, British Virgin Islands: the wreck of the RMS Rhone is the BVIs' most popular dive site, and arguably one of the best in the Caribbean.
  • Trunk Bay, St John, US Virgin Islands: all dazzling white sand lapped by the bluer-than-blue ocean, this island paradise ranks consistently among the world’s top 10 beaches.
  • Jardines del Rey archipelago, Cuba: known locally as the ‘King’s Gardens’, this collection of islands is a registered UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and an island-hopper's paradise, offering myriad secluded beaches and sensational sunsets.

Who Goes on a Caribbean Yacht Charter?

A family stroll down a wooden pontoon over a turquoise sea with a sailing yacht in the distance

For anyone looking to get a dose of serious sunshine during the Northern Hemisphere winter, a yacht charter in the Caribbean is a seriously enticing prospect, with St Barts being the clear favorite for Christmas and New Year's Eve, thanks to the showstopping celebrations that take place in Gustavia Harbour.

For avid island hoppers, the Windward islands offer an enchanting itinerary full of sun-kissed isles and laid back charm juxtaposed with chic resorts and heavenly French-based cuisine, not to mention unrivalled vistas and sultry sunsets accompanied by warm rum-laced winds. 

Across all Caribbean destinations, keen divers and snorkelers will be in for a subaquatic treat, and you'll find a wide range of designer boutiques and ultra-high-end resorts peppered across the isles wherever you go.

History and Culture

A dancer wearing a lavish costume of peacock feathers
A smiling young boy in front of huge banana leavesA group of Caribbean locals play music in the street in front of a turquoise shopfront

The Caribbean is a mesmerizing melting pot of cultures and influences, rooted in its rich heritage and undeniably shaped by its history of colonization and waves of immigration. Each island group is highly diverse in terms of its language, music, customs, architecture and cuisine, but it's mainly English, Dutch, French or Spanish colonial influences that are keenly felt. While the mix of languages spoken will differ between island groups, English is widely spoken.

Caribbean cuisine sees influences from Africa, Europe, Latin America and Spain, Meat, seafood, coconut, potatoes, beans and tomatoes tend to feature heavily in local dishes.

Locals are friendly and regularly celebrate their culture, with music, food and wildly colorful festivals held throughout the year.

Popular Caribbean cuisine dish of plantain, black beans and rice

Types of Yacht Charters in the Caribbean

A luxury yacht rental vacation in the Caribbean is, without doubt, the most sublime way to experience this region, giving you exclusive access to heavenly anchorages that are otherwise impossible to reach or are far from the typical tourist trail.

Guests have boundless fleet options when it comes to a crewed Caribbean charter. If you don't know whether to go for a motor yacht, sailing yacht or catamaran to cruise Caribbean waters, we've laid out the main points worth considering.

Motor Yacht Charters in the Caribbean

Large Super Yachts moored in a marina in the Caribbean

luxury motor yacht charter in the Caribbean is a seven-star way of uncovering the epic beauty of the Caribbean in total privacy. 

For regions with minimal water depth the ideal choice is a motor yacht with low draft, perfect for accessing shallow lagoons and secluded bays.

For those who have their heart set on a superyacht without a shallow draft, dropping anchor further out into deeper waters and then getting a tender ride ashore, so you can get up close and personal to exquisite island reefs and blue lagoons, is the preferred option.

Sailing Yacht Charters in the Caribbean

Yachts in Antigua, Caribbean

Chartering a sailing yacht in the Caribbean is ideal for guests looking for a slower pace to fully lap up the Caribbean rays with more outdoor deck space, and add a little old-school charm to their cruising adventure.

Even better, the majority of sailing charter yachts come equipped with a retractable keel, meaning reaching turquoise shallows is a breeze. But, if you are keen to charter a larger sailing yacht, keep in mind that some may still find their draft too deep for some areas, even with the keel up. 

Catamaran Charters in the Caribbean

Catamarans in the Caribbean

Luxury catamaran charters are a firm guest favourite for those embarking on Caribbean vacation, especially in the Bahamas and the Virgin Islands. Thanks to their shallow draft, catamarans give you the ability to get close to cays and islets guests can savor the thrilling feeling of being able to jump off-board at almost any point. 

How Much Does It Cost to Charter a Luxury Crewed Yacht in the Caribbean?

The charter cost of a motor yacht, sailing yacht or luxury catamaran rental in the Caribbean will vary according to the vessel's size, age, type, number of crew, as well as the location and duration of the vacation as well as the season it takes place. 

Motor Yacht Charter Rates (Per Week + Expenses) - Winter Season

Length Guests* No. Crew* Low Season* High Season*
Under 25m (82ft) 8 Guests (4 Cabins)  2 $38,625 $43,541
25 - 30m (82 - 98ft) 8 Guests (4 Cabins) 4 $49,297 $53,951
30 - 40m (98 - 131ft 10 Guests (5 Cabins) 6 $82,058 $90,688
40 - 50m (131 - 164ft) 12 Guests (6 Cabins) 9 $172,503 $190,927
50 - 60m (164 - 196ft) 12 Guests (6 Cabins) 13 $280,678 $311,717
60 - 70m (196 - 229ft) 12 Guests (6 Cabins) 16 $467,271 $500,957
70 - 80m (229- 262ft) 12 Guests (6 Cabins) 20 $697,654 $785,266
80 - 90m (262 - 295ft) 12 Guests (6 Cabins) 25 $829,675 $871,416
90m+ (295ft) 12 Guests (6 Cabins) 30 $1,482,063 $1,510,994

*All prices quoted are per week and exclude tax, and APA. Crew, average count. Figures based upon Winter 2022 season data.

When is the Best Time for Caribbean Yacht Charters?

Caribbean beach at sunset

The best time for luxury yacht charters in the Caribbean is between November and March, when guests can expect clement weather and vividly blue cloudless skies.

Another aspect to keep in mind is that this is also the time when you will have the largest selection of yachts to choose from, as most charter yachts descend on the Caribbean around November after the Mediterranean season has ended and any yacht maintenance has been carried out, before returning back to the Mediterranean in March/April.

Where Should I Begin My Caribbean Yacht Charter?

Port de Gustavia in St Barts, Caribbean

The most popular starting point for a Caribbean yacht rental is usually in either Saint Martin/Sint Maarten or Antigua, both of which have international airports.

It is certainly possible to begin your charter in other Caribbean destinations, providing this has been agreed with the Owner and charter broker.

Where to Find Yacht Berths and Moorings in the Caribbean

Yachts moored in a marina in the Caribbean

The Caribbean offers some of the most spellbinding berthing spots in the world. These tropical, barefoot hotspots are of the finest calibre, surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery, and often feature award-winning restaurants, hip boutiques, beach bars and more.

But which marinas are the best? Below are some charter favorites:

  • Falmouth Harbour, Antigua: impressive marina facilities and scenery, catering to yachts up to 100m.
  • Marina Fort Louis, Saint Martin: offers 150 berths for yachts up to 79m.
  • Crown Bay in St Thomas (USVI): full-serviced marina with 99 slips, including 16 berths for superyachts up to 60m
  • Port Louis Marina, Grenada: idyllically located, with 227 moorings for yachts up to 91m.
  • Port de Gustavia, Saint Barts: widely regarded as one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world, accommodating up to 152 yachts up to 152m.
  • Puerto Del Rey, Puerto Rico: conveniently located as a jumping off point for yacht charters incorporating the Virgin Islands and Lesser Antilles, this marina has plentiful wet slips, including capacity for yachts up to 200ft (60m) LOA.

Where to End a Caribbean Yacht Charter

Falmouth Harbour in the Caribbean

For most luxury Caribbean charters, there isn't one definitive place where most charters end given the vastness of the region. However, what is likely, is that you will finish your yacht rental vacation in the same location that you started, For example, the majority of British Virgin Island yacht charters will begin and end in St Thomasa and for Antigua yacht charters it's the iconic English Harbour.

How to Book Your Yacht Charter in the Caribbean

We strongly advise booking through a qualified yacht charter broker at least three months in advance for all Caribbean yacht charters. By doing so, you will increase the likelihood of securing your preferred dates and you will have a greater selection of yachts on offer to choose from.

This also ensures your yacht broker has enough time to craft a carefully curated itinerary and secure an overnight berth in the most popular Caribbean marinas.

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the Caribbean Yacht Charter Itineraries

Make every moment count during your superyacht vacation with our carefully curated yacht charter itineraries, tailored so you can experience the very best of the paradisiacal islands of the Caribbean and ensure your yacht charter is a truly memorable one. Designed by yachting experts, we've cultivated itineraries that will satisfy a range of requirements.

For yacht charter guests seeking a little glitz and glamour on their vacation, a 7-day charter around the Leeward Islands is a must, comprising Caribbean gems such as Saint Barthelemy, renowned for its A-list celebrity culture and designer shopping, as well as the perennial favourite Antigua. For sheer unadulterated bliss, incorporate the Virgin Islands on a 14-day yacht charter, promising idyllic stretches of pristine sands lapped by waters in every shade of blue.

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BEST FOR:

Winter Getaways, Tropical Paradise Islands, Snorkeling & Scuba Diving, Crystal Clear Waters, Beautiful Secluded Anchorages, Well-Provisioned Superyacht Marinas

When to Go:

December - March

International Airports:

  • Princess Juliana Airport
    (St. Maarten)
  • V.C. Bird Airport
    (St. John's, Antigua)
  • Luis Muñoz Marín Airport
    (Carolina, Puerto Rico)
  • Grantley Adams Airport
    (Bridgetown, Barbados)
  • Lynden Pindling Airport
    (Nassau, The Bahamas)

Luxury Yachts for Charter in the Caribbean 2022 & 2023

Crewed Charter Yachts in the Caribbean

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from $1,500,000 p/week
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Flying Fox Yacht Charter in Caribbean

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136m Lurssen

136m   2019

from $3,171,000 p/week♦︎

12
Octopus Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Octopus12

126m Lurssen

126m   2003/2021

from $2,200,000 p/week

16
Ahpo Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Ahpo16

115m Lurssen

115m   2021

from $2,643,000 p/week♦︎

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Christina O Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Christina O34

99m Canadian Vickers

99m   1943/2020

from $655,000 p/week♦︎

12
Madsummer Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Madsummer12

95m Lurssen

95m   2019

from $1,690,000 p/week♦︎

12
O'Pari Yacht Charter in Caribbean

O'Pari12

95m Golden Yachts

95m   2020

from $1,057,000 p/week♦︎

12
Tatoosh Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Tatoosh12

92m Nobiskrug

92m   2000/2017

12
Aquarius Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Aquarius12

92m Feadship

92m   2016

from $1,500,000 p/week

36
Queen Miri Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Queen Miri36

92m Neorion

92m   2004/2016

from $1,586,000 p/week♦︎

18
Tranquility Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Tranquility18

92m Oceanco

92m   2014

from $1,100,000 p/week

12
Nero Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Nero12

90m Corsair Yachts

90m   2007/2021

from $525,000 p/week

12
Phoenix 2 Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Phoenix 212

90m Lurssen

90m   2010/2011

from $1,000,000 p/week

24
Chakra Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Chakra24

86m Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf

86m   1963/2017

from $523,000 p/week♦︎

12
Aquila Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Aquila12

86m Derecktor Shipyards

86m   2010/2020

from $945,000 p/week

12
Bold Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Bold12

85m SilverYachts

85m   2019

from $925,000 p/week♦︎

12
O'Ptasia Yacht Charter in Caribbean

O'Ptasia12

85m Golden Yachts

85m   2018

from $846,000 p/week♦︎

12
Alfa Nero Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Alfa Nero12

81m Oceanco

81m   2007/2021

from $728,000 p/week*

12
Air Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Air12

81m Feadship

81m   2011/2017

from $875,000 p/week

12
Elements Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Elements12

80m Yachtley

80m   2019

from $846,000 p/week♦︎

12
Excellence Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Excellence12

80m Abeking & Rasmussen

80m   2019

from $1,098,000 p/week♦︎

12
Amaryllis Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Amaryllis12

78m Abeking & Rasmussen

78m   2011/2019

from $735,000 p/week♦︎*

28
Stad Amsterdam Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Stad Amsterdam28

76m Damen Oranjewerf

76m   2000/2009

from $102,500 p/week

12
Huntress Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Huntress12

76m Lurssen

76m   2009

from $650,000 p/week

12
Wheels Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Wheels12

76m Oceanco

76m   2008/2019

from $782,000 p/week♦︎

12
Kensho Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Kensho12

75m Admiral Yachts

75m   2022

from $898,000 p/week♦︎

12
Arrow Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Arrow12

75m Feadship

75m   2020

from $850,000 p/week

12
Lady Jorgia Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Lady Jorgia12

74m CRN

74m   2017

from $793,000 p/week♦︎

12
Siren Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Siren12

74m Nobiskrug

74m   2008/2013

from $518,000 p/week♦︎

12
Laurel Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Laurel12

73m Delta Marine

73m   2006/2015

from $525,000 p/week

12
Lunasea Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Lunasea12

73m Feadship

73m   2017

from $800,000 p/week

12
Planet Nine Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Planet Nine12

73m Admiral Yachts

73m   2018

from $650,000 p/week

12
Titania Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Titania12

73m Lurssen

73m   2006/2020

from $565,000 p/week

12
Coral Ocean Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Coral Ocean12

73m Lurssen

73m   1994/2022

from $650,000 p/week*

17
Game Changer Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Game Changer17

72m Damen Yachting

72m   2017/2020

from $450,000 p/week

12
Arbema Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Arbema12

72m CRN

72m   2010/2021

from $580,000 p/week

12
Axioma Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Axioma12

72m Dunya Yachts

72m   2013/2020

from $312,000 p/week♦︎

12
Joy Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Joy12

70m Feadship

70m   2016

from $700,000 p/week

12
Soaring Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Soaring12

68m Abeking & Rasmussen

68m   2020

from $739,000 p/week♦︎

12
Sycara V Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Sycara V12

68m Nobiskrug

68m   2010/2017

from $485,000 p/week

12
Firebird Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Firebird12

67m Feadship

67m   2007/2021

from $476,000 p/week♦︎

12
Global Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Global12

67m Shadow Marine

67m   2007/2008

from $120,000 p/week

12
Vertigo Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Vertigo12

67m Alloy Yachts

67m   2011/2019

from $344,000 p/week♦︎

11
Okto Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Okto11

66m ISA

66m   2014

from $400,000 p/week

12
Invictus Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Invictus12

66m Delta Marine

66m   2013

from $550,000 p/week*

12
Ventum Maris Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Ventum Maris12

66m Amels

66m   2011/2019

from $530,000 p/week

12
Triumph Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Triumph12

65m Benetti

65m   2021

from $650,000 p/week

12
Callisto Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Callisto12

65m Feadship

65m   2006

from $415,000 p/week

12
Double Down Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Double Down12

65m Codecasa

65m   2010/2019

from $420,000 p/week

12
Eternity Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Eternity12

65m Codecasa

65m   2010/2020

from $390,000 p/week

12
Illusion Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Illusion12

65m Heesen

65m   2013/2019

from $462,000 p/week*

12
Seanna Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Seanna12

65m Benetti

65m   2011

from $458,000 p/week♦︎

12
Resilience Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Resilience12

65m ISA

65m   2021

from $550,000 p/week

12
Lioness V Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Lioness V12

64m Benetti

64m   2006/2018

from $425,000 p/week

12
Moca Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Moca12

64m Benetti

64m   2016/2021

from $475,000 p/week

12
11/11 Yacht Charter in Caribbean

11/1112

63m Benetti

63m   2015

from $687,000 p/week♦︎

12
Lady Britt Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Lady Britt12

63m Feadship

63m   2011

from $445,000 p/week*

12
North Star Yacht Charter in Caribbean

North Star12

63m Sunrise Yachts

63m   2019

from $430,000 p/week

12
Utopia IV Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Utopia IV12

63m Rossinavi

63m   2018

from $505,000 p/week

12
Apogee Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Apogee12

63m Codecasa

63m   2003/2019

from $350,000 p/week

12
Baton Rouge Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Baton Rouge12

63m Icon Yachts

63m   2010

from $444,000 p/week♦︎

Party Girl
18Charter Crew
8Charter Cabins
12Charter Guests

63m Icon Yachts

63m   2013/2019

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from $490,000 p/week*

12
Flag Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Flag12

62m Feadship

62m   2000/2012

from $400,000 p/week♦︎

12
Rio Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Rio12

62m CRN

62m   2022

from $600,000 p/week

12
Sealyon Yacht Charter in Caribbean

Sealyon12

62m Viareggio SuperYachts

62m   2009

from $325,000 p/week

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Top 'Things To Do' in the Caribbean

Salt Plage
Beach Club & Restaurant
Salt Plage

Purveyor of picture-perfect sunsets

Le Sereno Hotel
Hotel & Restaurant
Le Sereno Hotel

Family-owned resort that feels like a private sanctuary

Basil's Bar
Bar & Beach Club
Basil's Bar

Legendary Philippe Starck-designed landmark

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Caribbean Yacht Charter Q&A

  • Q.
    When is the best time to visit the Caribbean by yacht?
    A.

    The best time to visit the Caribbean is generally December to April, when it's a little cooler and less humid. But the best month to visit can differ depending on the island, budget and interests you have. For example, some yacht charter guests may decide to visit May to June and late November, when weather is still fantastic but there are fewer crowds.

  • Q.
    What do I need to know before booking a yacht charter in the Caribbean?
    A.

    We advise booking your Caribbean yacht rental at least three months in advance to ensure you get the yacht you desire. The longer you leave it, the fewer choices you will have to rent in the Caribbean.

  • Q.
    How do I secure my booking for a yacht charter in the Caribbean?
    A.

    For your Caribbean superyacht charter, you will need to provide a completed charter agreement and 50% of the charter fee as a deposit. This is payable once the contract has been signed.

  • Q.
    How much does a Caribbean yacht charter cost?
    A.

    When booking a Caribbean yacht rental, do keep in mind the costs that aren't included in the base rate, namely VAT and the APA (Advance Provisioning Allowance). The APA is usually paid in advance of the charter and is commonly set at 30% of the charter fee. This allowance covers expenses such as fuel, berthing, food and drinks, as well as any special requests. 

    Please consult your yacht charter broker for any other costs you may need to factor in for your yacht charter in the Caribbean.

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