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  • New Zealand

    Heart-pumping thrills abound within the untamed beauty and rich, varied heritage of New Zealand. From wine-tasting to white-water rafting, bush-walking to bungee jumping, here you will experience things you will never forget amongst semi-tropical beaches, yellow sulphurous lakes, hot, sandy beaches, steaming geysers and active volcanoes.

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  • Greece

    Greece and predominantly the Greek Islands continue to attract many charter visitors every year. Greece offers an abundance of charter opportunities from the ancient cities of the mainland steeped in history and natural beauty to the myriad of islands which stretch towards the Turkish coastline. Whether you’re looking for a vacation saturated in the remnants of an alluring history or to island hop between the Saronic, Ionian or Cyclades islands, Greece is boundless in charter opportunities.

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  • Turkey

    From slender minarets and ancient domes that punctuate the endless violet sky to fertile plains planted with cotton, grapes, and olives, Turkey is a country that warmly embraces its east-meets-west origins. Walk the steps of the Silk Road Traders, Julius Caesar, and Alexander the Great to discover ancient ruins, dazzling harbours, and vibrant cities alive with energetic street life.

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  • Italy

    One of those rare but must-do experiences in life is to discover Italy. Few places on earth succeed in intermingling la dolce vita so effortlessly with a heady mix of art, history, architecture, opera, fashion, and food, not to mention the stunning coastlines to visit. Italy is a destination for the bucket list.

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  • Saronic Islands

    Scattered like jewels along the glittering Saronic Gulf, the Saronic Islands lay just off mainland Greece. Saturated in natural beauty, pristine sandy beaches and an abundance of deserted islets, the Saronic Islands exude a glamorous, yet romantic ambiance. The Saronic Islands are an idyllic charter destination and can be explored within a week long stay.

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  • Ionian Islands

    The Ionian Islands are a captivating yacht charter destination. With seven stunning islands strewn along the Grecian Sea this intoxication location is irresistible. Steeped in exotic scenery and laced with wildflowers the islands of Cephalonia, Corfu, Ithaki, Kythira, Lefkada, Paxi and Zakinthos each unique in culture and natural beauty.

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  • Corfu

    The northernmost isle of the Ionian archipelago, Corfu is the perfect gateway to your idyllic yacht charter vacation. Boasting sparkling sandy coves, an abundance of ancient history, wild natural landscapes and delicious traditional foods, the strong multicultural influence from years gone by means there’s much to discover on this stunning cosmopolitan island.

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  • Cyclades Islands

    Famed for their glittering islands and sparkling azure waters, it is no wonder that the Cyclades are the most popular charter destination of the Greek Islands. Brimmed with sugar-hued buildings, blue-domed Byzantine churches and glorious golden beaches, it is difficult to resist the allure of the Cyclades.

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  • Thailand

    Laced with mythical landscape beauty and a resplendent culture of colour, Thailand is drenched in golden rays of sun and unparalleled in beauty. Secluded coves, ivory beaches and cosmopolitan cities make up this enticing land where life is laden with a timeless serenity. Thailand is the ultimate destination to awaken the senses and nourish the soul.

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  • Myanmar (Burma)

    Untouched by the outside world, Myanmar (Burma) is a unique yacht charter destination that offers the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover unexplored waters and uninhabited islands. Remote and isolated, Myanmar’s extraordinary cruising grounds are often deserted bar the phenomenal diversity of flora and fauna that calls the region home. While a beautiful and culturally rich country where traditional ways of Asia live on awaits your arrival on the mainland.

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  • British Virgin Islands

    Laced like emerald drops in the glittering waters of the Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands are peppered with pristine beaches, hidden coves and picturesque anchorages. Humbling and magical these volcanic islands are rugged in character and strikingly beautiful. Those looking for calm, tranquil sailing, deserted bays and excellent dive spots needn’t look any further than the British Virgin Islands.

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  • St. Lucia

    Known by many as the jewel of the Windward Islands, St. Lucia is a pleasure to behold for every visiting superyacht traveller. The interior is diverse in landscapes, from verdant hills to volcanic sands whilst a scattering of elegant eateries and well-equipped harbours ensure a feeling of luxury.

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  • Sri Lanka

    Formerly known as Ceylon, Sri Lanka is an exotic haven for luxury charter yachts in the Indian Ocean. With a highly diverse selection of terrains, including rainforest, sandy beaches, and steep rock formations, it is already guaranteed that a trip to Sri Lanka is one never to be forgotten. Whether you love the idea of scaling the large cliffs and dense rainforests- or the idea of lounging on idyllic golden sandy beaches- there is plenty of luxury and gratification awaiting you in this incredible location.

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  • Costa Rica

    Bordered between the magnificent Pacific Ocean and the stunning Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica provides a diverse selection of unspoilt cruising grounds to explore on a luxury yacht vacation. From rainforests brimming with wildlife, and dramatic vistas of volcanoes and mountain ranges to gorgeous golden beaches and azure waters, Costa Rica is an exotic getaway for adventurers, wildlife lovers and sun-worshippers alike.

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  • Belize

    Swathed in dense jungles and bordered by ivory-sand beaches, Belize is a blissfully peaceful alternative to other destinations in the Caribbean, and its bountiful cruising grounds make for a diverse yacht charter vacation. Yacht-goers can expect to be blown away by natural wonders, from the iconic Great Blue Hole and its vast spectrum of wildlife, to the smatterings of ancient Mayan ruins scarring the shorelines.

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  • Galapagos Islands

    Replete with nature and surrounded by inviting waters, the Galapagos Islands have remained a source of continued interest amongst intrepid and discerning travellers. A true paradise, the Galapagos Islands offer visitors the experience of enjoying an undisturbed myriad of destinations with only the signature wildlife populating the awe-inspiring scenery. With thirteen main islands and six smaller ones to explore, the islands are also home to over a hundred islets.

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  • Dominica

    With no direct international flights and none of the five star resorts that have become expected of many of the Caribbean hotspots, the island of Dominica offers a different kind of luxury - one that is lush, undeveloped and best enjoyed from the comfort of a superyacht.

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  • Mediterranean

    Enclosed by three continents, the cruising grounds of the Mediterranean invigoratingly intertwine cultural and historical riches with unique landscapes and bewitching bucolic beauty. From vast desert plains and forested mountains to glittering sun-soaked resorts and ancient landmarks, the possibilities are endless for an unforgettable charter vacation tailor made-to you.

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  • Stromboli

    Situated in the Tyrrhenian Sea, to the northernmost tip of the Aeolian Islands, lies the enthralling and intriguing volcanic land of Stromboli. This petite island is home to the Stromboli Volcano, which sits smouldering in an ongoing state of activity, drawing in many visitors with its spectacular views and enticing allure.

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  • Palau Islands

    The tiny cluster of pristine islands off the Philippines that make up the Micronesia archipelago of The Republic of Palau is a lost paradise in the Pacific Ocean, and remains one of the most idyllic and mysterious charter destinations. Surrounded by some of the richest tropical coral reefs and boasting towering green blanketed mountains lined by powder-white beaches, the 500 islands offer charter visitors a vacation that is saturated in fascinating culture, abundant natural beauty and endless adventure.

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  • Barbuda

    The northern neighbour of Antigua, Barbuda is a quiet and much less developed island, best known for its secluded sandy beaches, rich wildlife and surrounding coral reefs.

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  • Saba

    If you need an escape from the stresses of busy modern life, then the tranquil island of Saba in the Lesser Antilles chain is the perfect destination for a yacht charter. Rising majestically from the sea, Saba seduces with its spikey volcanic formations and spectacular rocky shorelines. All worries are guaranteed to slip away on this unspoilt jewel of the Leeward Islands.

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  • Komodo

    Named after the iconic dragons that call the island home, Komodo is situated between the Sumbawa and Rinca islands in the the Lesser Sunda. A veritable paradise, the island is renowned for its tranquility and its variety of picturesque landscapes. Belonging to the Malay archipelago, Komodo enjoys a characteristically Indonesian climate, and her waters enjoy an outstanding visibility at all hours.

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  • Spetses

    A hot spot for wealthy Greeks and discerning world travellers, the island of Spetses has enough old-world glamour, nautical charm and scenic beauty to challenge the most exclusive charter regions in the Mediterranean.

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  • Peloponnesus

    The mythical Greek region of the Peloponnese will take you on a journey through time starting in Antiquity and ending in Modern Greek cosmopolitan flair.

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  • Sydney

    With miles of golden sands fringing hundreds of iconic beaches, there’s far more to Sydney than just the fantastic surf. Indeed, situated along the city’s Pacific Ocean coastline are number of internationally celebrated beaches, from Bondi to Coogee and Manly. What’s more, the ultra-modern city culture makes Sydney a destination with seemingly infinite possibilities for a private yacht charter vacation.

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  • Whitsundays

    Tucked away in the stunning aquamarine waters of the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands provide everything you could possibly think of for the ideal exotic escape.

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  • Epidavros

    A historical centre of healing and a modern-day destination for culture, Epidavros will enliven the senses and relax the mind to a backdrop of idyllic Greek hillside villages.

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  • Hvar

    Another gem in Croatia’s sparkling crown, Hvar has emerged as a Mediterranean hotspot where people travel to just be near the superyacht set.

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  • New Caledonia

    Nicknamed ‘the land of eternal spring’, New Caledonia captivates with its natural beauty. Surrounded by a dazzling blue lagoon, the French territory offers a slice of southern France in the wonderfully remote waters of the Pacific, with pristine beaches, picturesque landscapes, spectacular wildlife and a fascinating fusion of cultures to discover on an off-the-beaten-track charter adventure.

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  • Flores

    Abounding in sublime natural wonders above and below the water, Flores offers an increasingly rare opportunity to uncover untouched and unchartered territory. Come face-to-face with rugged volcanic peaks, komodo dragons and colourful crater lakes, and discover the beguiling charms of this Indonesian gem.

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  • Formentera

    Well known for being Ibiza's quieter sister island, Formentera gives you everything you'd want from an idyllic beach destination. As part of the Balearic archipelago, located off Spain's south east coastline, Formentera boasts the long white sandy beaches and glorious year-round weather for which the island-chain is renowned.

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  • Mljet

    One of Croatia’s best-kept secrets is the island of Mljet, set adrift from the mainland just a short journey from the city Dubrovnik. The strip of land is part of a necklace of islands just a stone’s throw from the famous Dalmatian Islands, which are characterised by their blissful beaches and breathtaking views.

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  • Trogir

    So impressive are the historical treasures lying within the medieval walls of Trogir that the Croatian town has been awarded a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Each summer its harbor becomes a hive of superyacht activity thanks to its mix of charming architecture, glittering waterfront and laid-back way of life.

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  • Elba

    Made famous as the place of exile for Napoleon in 1814, Elba is an island where many would love to be exiled today. A network of underground springs ensure the landscape is green and verdant, while a coastline packed with fantastic beaches and a mountainous backdrop makes it one of the most dazzling destinations in the Mediterranean.

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  • Sea of Cortez

    The Sea of Cortez, otherwise known as the Gulf of California and the Vermilion Sea, is the marginal sea which separates the Mexican mainland from the Baja California Peninsula. Stretching close to 4,000km, the coastline presents the rare opportunity for superyachts to discover one fascinating destination after another in total isolation.

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  • Zanzibar

    Throughout history many have succumbed to the irresistible call of Zanzibar, from the explorers, traders and missionaries of centuries ago to modern travellers seeking out gorgeous beaches, pristine coral reefs and exotic cultures.

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  • Tanzania

    Tanzania is home to some heavy-hitting attractions: the Serengeti, Mount Kilimanjaro, the Ngorongoro Crater and the Great Migration. But there’s more to this East African country than its epic wildlife and mind-blowing landmarks. For one, powdery white sand, sleepy coastal villages and day-dreamy islands make its bewitching Indian Ocean coastline perfect for blissful, off-the-beaten-track superyacht vacations.

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  • East Africa

    Magical East Africa is a feast for all the senses. In this captivating corner of the planet, magnificent landscapes, extraordinary wildlife and enchanting cultures collide to create a travel experience unlike any other. Come here to track the big five and conquer imposing peaks before indulging in dashing coastal delights as part of a luxury yacht charter.

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  • Pemba Island

    Big on natural beauty but small on tourism, Pemba Island is one of Zanzibar’s best kept secrets. Untouched and undeveloped, this is the place to come to completely get away from it all. Exchange the stresses of modern life for hidden beaches, turquoise lagoons and a mesmerising underwater world. The few who do venture here are seldom disappointed.

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  • Thanda Island

    Rising up from the brilliant blue Indian Ocean, Thanda Island is an unspoilt oasis of polished barefoot luxury balanced by wild African charm. The private island serves as your own personal haven, surrounded by an undiscovered world waiting to be explored off the coast of Tanzania.

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  • Sorrento

    As the gateway to Italy’s beautiful Amalfi Coast, Sorrento may be small but it has long had a big reputation with those who like to travel by superyacht.

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  • Cagliari

    Taking its place at the heart of the Bay of Angels (Golfo degli Angeli) Cagliari is the thriving historical capital of Sardinia and the most Italian of the island’s cities.

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  • Forte dei Marmi

    Known for its sandy beaches and dramatic backdrops, the traditional town of Forte dei Marmi on the northern Tuscan coast is a hot spot for wealthy Italians and well-heeled travellers.

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  • Giglio Island (Isola del Giglio)

    As legend goes, when goddess Venus emerged from the sea, seven gem stones fell from her tiara and formed the Tuscan archipelago. Giglio Island is a pearl, and it more than lives up to its story

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  • Alghero

    A Sardinian seaside town with a distinctly Catalan feel, Alghero offers one of the prettiest medieval centres along this stretch of coast.

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  • Forte Village

    The exclusive Forte Village is a slice of Sardinian heaven that offers luxury, privacy and everything you could need to relax.

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  • Portisco

    When you do your research on the Sardinian town of Portisco, one of the common themes you’ll find is reference to its impressive superyacht-filled port. Not only is it located on a stretch of coast that has long been revered by sailors and yachties, but its harbour and amenities ensure it can cater to its discerning visitors throughout the year.

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  • Split

    A pearl of the Dalmation Coast and the second-largest city in Croatia, Split is becoming a highly popular destination for luxury yacht charters. Its impressive architecture, trendy haunts and cultural beacons pull in thousands of visitors every year, but it is also equally renowned for its sapphire sea and picture-perfect beaches.

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  • Andros Island

    The largest island in the Bahamas at a staggering 2,300 square miles, Andros is an often overlooked beauty which boasts some incredible natural sights.

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  • The Exumas

    Spread over a grand total of around 365 islands, cays and islets there are enough locations here for you to try a new island every day of the year.

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  • Bimini

    Although the Bimini Islands are among the closest Bahamian destinations to the USA mainland, they are are surprisingly quiet and tranquil.

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  • Abacos Islands

    Reaching over 120 miles, the stunning collection of islands in the Abacos archipelago has continued to attract tourists and charters for many years.

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  • Berry Islands

    The small collection of 30 islands, which creates the family known as the Berry Islands, is famously known for being the Billfish Capital of the Bahamas. With all your fishing equipment onboard, this is a stretch of islands you won't want to miss.

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  • Harbour Island

    Famous across the globe for its special beaches, Harbour Island continues to draw tourists from across the globe to enjoy the incredible sights and experiences on the island.

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  • Warderick Wells Cay

    Most well known for being the entrance to the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, Warderick Wells has a substantial amount to offer for all nature lovers.

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  • Staniel Cay

    Home to one of the most famous dive sites in the Bahamas, Staniel Cay is a priority when visiting the Exumas. Ideal for both beginners and experienced divers, the diving at Staniel Cay is an adventure not to be missed.

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  • Compass Cay

    Just under the southern tip of the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, Compass Cay has some very unique experiences for you to try including a very close encounter with some nurse sharks.

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  • Shroud Cay

    Enclosed within the protective barrier of the Land and Sea Park, Shroud Cay is an ideal location to go exploring on your jet skis or tender. Travelling through the winding rivers you can expect to see nothing less than beautiful, untouched surroundings and maybe even some sea turtles.

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  • Elbow Cay

    Located 175 miles east of Florida, Elbow Cay offers some of the best sights on offer within the Abacos islands.

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  • Green Turtle Cay

    Aptly named after the once abundant amount of green turtles residing near the island Green Turtle Cay is the perfect location for adventurers and divers.

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  • Treasure Cay

    Adjacent to Great Abaco Island, Treasure Cay is a paradise location not to be missed. Although it is largely dominated by resorts and privately owned land the area is in pristine condition and is ranked within the top 10 beaches of the world.

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  • Spanish Wells

    Located on the northern tip of Eleuthera, this small island of St George's Cay has several connections with the past and has a high value for Eleuthera's commercial trading. Spanish Wells is one of the most popular destinations to visit in northern Eleuthera.

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  • Eleuthera

    Eleuthera and Harbour Island are a picture-perfect coupling of everything beautiful about the Bahamas. Not only are they home to some of the best of pink sand beaches in the Caribbean but they also host a line-up of fantastic restaurants and stylish nightspots.

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  • Paradise Island

    A 685 acre expanse of everything considered to be Paradise. Idyllic sandy beaches, iconic landmarks and a golf course with unbeatable views are just some of the points of interest on this beautiful island.

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  • Highbourne Cay

    Often referred to as the 'gateway to the Exumas', Highbourne Cay is an exclusive island with a highly reputable reputation. Although privately owned, the family are more than happy to accommodate visitors passing through.

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  • East Coast Italy

    Stretching from Trieste and the Gulf of Venice in the north to the Capo d'Otranto in Puglia at heel of its boot, Italy’s east coast is scattered with beautiful towns that remain largely untouched by mass tourism.

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  • North Andros

    The biggest of the three main islands of Andros, North Andros is one of the least explored islands in the Bahamas but also a true gem of the Bahamian waters.

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  • South Andros

    South Andros is the quietest of the three islands forming Andros but it boasts some spectacular panoramic views and ideal opportunities for stargazing.

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  • Mangrove Cay

    Mangrove Cay is the middle of the three main islands of Andros which is mostly known for its unrivalled access to prime bonefishing swamps.

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  • Northern Cat Island

    Like the southern section of the island, the north of Cat Island is unspoilt but steeped in history and local myths.

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  • Western Long Island

    The quieter half of Long Island, this section contrasts to the Eastern half of the island by presenting stunning sandy beaches and sparkling turquoise waters.

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  • Eastern Long Island

    The eastern length of Long Island is covered with staggering cliff faces which offer beautiful views of the surrounding area. Looking down to the waves below there are many attractions which should be on the top of your to do list.

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  • Atlantis Water Adventures

    Underwater adventures are the speciality of Atlantis and Paradise Island which is why they should not be missed. Whether you are a hobbyist in snorkelling or are ready to try it for the first time there are many opportunities whilst visiting the Atlantis resort.

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  • Atlantis Water Park

    Suitable for all the family, take a day to explore how much fun can be had in 20 million gallons of water. Spread over 141 acres the Atlantis Water Park means not being bored for a second. Filled with slides, rapids, pools and rubber rings you won’t know where to start.

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  • Dolphin Cay

    Getting in the water with dolphins is an experience never to be forgotten so why not tick it off your bucket list whilst on your charter holiday? Atlantis Dolphin Cay offers the opportunity of a lifetime to get up close and personal with the highly intelligent water mammals. With experiences suitable for all ages this is an activity to make room for whilst at Atlantis.

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  • Gun Cay

    Just 10 miles from the southern coast of Bimini, the small island of Gun Cay boasts a popular harbour and its own lighthouse.

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  • North Cat Cay

    Named after the shaped resemblance to a sailing boat's lines, North Cat Cay is an island which has changed hands many times.

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  • Holm Cay

    One of the closest islands to the S S Sapona shipwreck, the Honeymoon Harbour on Holm Cay is an ideal port of call.

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  • South Cat Cay

    Unlike North Cat Cay this island is not privately owned. Deserted at most times, you can often be one of the only signs of life on the island.

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  • Ocean Cay

    A small man made island which was created as a location for efficient natural gas delivery to the USA. Only 20 miles south of South Bimini, this island is ideal for a sight seeing stop on your way towards the Bimini islands or the Andros Islands.

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  • Turtle Rocks

    One of the most popular diving locations in the area, the densely populated reef at Turtle Rocks is home to thousands of tropical fish and other underwater creatures.

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  • North Bimini

    Only 50 miles from Miami, the island of Bimini is a fascinating island filled with history.

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  • East Bimini

    On visiting East Bimini you are surrounded by the utmost level of peace and serenity. Being tucked out of the way from any cruise liners this island is more private and benefits from its secluded location.

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  • South Bimini

    The quieter of the two main islands in Bimini, South Bimini offers peace and stunning scenery.

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  • Inagua

    Consisting of a pair of protected islands, Inagua is home to an extraordinary amount of unusual birds and creatures, making these islands an animal lovers idea of heaven.

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  • Little Inagua

    Situated a short five mile distance from the main island of Inagua, Little Inagua is well protected by its very own stretch of coral reefs.

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  • Great Inagua

    As the third largest island in the Bahamian chain, standing at 20 miles long and 55 miles wide, this large island is home to a staggering 140 different species of birds.

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  • Rum Cay

    Believed to be the second port of call on the famous tour of Christopher Columbus, the island of Rum Cay is recognized for its historical nature and picturesque rolling hills.

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  • Windermere Island

    Tucked in on the eastern shores of Eleuthera, Windermere Island has long been the favored destination for celebrities and royalty.

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  • Mayaguana

    Dreamy and distant, Mayaguana is the ideal anchorage for guests who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of popular tourists hotspots of the Bahamas, and towards the soothing arms of an uncharted paradise. As the only island in the Bahamian family to still occupy it's original Arawak name, Mayaguana refers to the name of one of its special breeds of iguana.

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  • Acklins & Crooked Island

    Two of the best kept secrets in the Bahamas chain, Acklins and Crooked island offer a new level of tropical seclusion far from the reaches of the tourism that you come to expect from the region.

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  • Acklins Island

    Considered to be the place of solitude, the island of Acklins has much to offer in addition to the peace and tranquility of its environment.

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  • Crooked Island

    The remote island of Crooked Island offers relaxation at its best. With no cruise line tourists and a very small amount of local residents you can anchor down and enjoy absolute peace and quiet.

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  • Samana Cay

    Previously inhabited until the early 1900s, Samana Cay is now the largest uninhabited island in the Bahamas.

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  • Little Whale Cay

    This tiny island in the southern area of the Berry Islands is the perfect remote place for a quiet day relaxing in tranquility.

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  • Chub Cay

    Chub Cay is one of the southern most islands in the Berry Island chain. With so much to do this is an island you could easily spend a couple of days at.

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  • Crab Cay

    Conjoined with Chub Cay, the fishing paradise, Crab Cay is also known as Mama Rhoda Cay. Most famously known for the similarly named Mama Rhoda Rock, this cay should not be missed when touring the Berry Islands.

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  • Surfer's Beach

    Bring your surfboard to Surfer's Beach and some of the most powerful waves in the Bahamas. Offering consistent waves throughout the year, Surfer's Beach attracts skilled surfers from across the globe.

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  • Ocean Hole

    Rumoured to be bottomless, the Ocean Hole attracts visitors from across the area to be revitalised.

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  • Egg Island

    Named after the resident's chickens, this tiny island at the northern most tip of Eleuthera is well known for its large shipwreck.

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  • Great Harbour Cay

    The largest of the Berry Island family, Great Harbour Cay is a beachcombing paradise.

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  • Ragged Range

    Stretching from Long Island to the grasp of Cuba, the 110 mile expanse of the Ragged Range is a chain of small islands and islets offering some of the most diverse environments in the local area.

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  • Little Ragged Island

    Adjacent to Ragged Island, Little Ragged Island is currently uninhabited and expands over 700 acres.

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  • Double Breasted Cay

    The hidden gem of Double Breasted Cay is the perfect location for a day of beachcombing.

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  • Racoon Cay

    A short journey from the main settlement of the Ragged Range, Ragged Island, the small island of Raccoon Cay is a great location for fishing.

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  • Flamingo Cay

    Close to the northern tip of the Ragged Range, Flamingo Cay is a deserted paradise.

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  • Grand Bahama Island

    The starting point for crewed yacht charters in the Bahamas, the cosmopolitan charm and the laid-back island lifestyle is the perfect place to introduce yourself to the Bahamian way of life. As one of the most northern islands in the Bahama chain, the mere 55 nautical miles from mainland Florida is all you need to jump into a completely different world.

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  • West End

    Contrary to popular belief that Freeport is the capital of Grand Bahama, the real capital is in fact the oldest settlement on the island, West End.

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  • Deep Water Cay

    Deep Water Cay is world renowned for being one of the best spots for exceptional bonefishing opportunities.

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  • Sweetings Cay

    Located 55 miles from Freeport, Sweetings Cay has a quaint and completely charming fishing village.

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  • Lightbourne Cay

    For peace and solitude head over to Lightbourne Cay.

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  • Port Lucaya

    Often considered to be the same settlement as Freeport the area of Port Lucaya is the ideal location for nature lovers, shoppers and divers. Named after the original settlers before Columbus, the Lucayan Indians, this destination has something for all ages.

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  • Pelican Cays Land And Sea Park

    Established in 1972 and covering an expanse of 2,100 acres, the Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park offers some of the most exceptional views available in the Abacos islands. Located 8 miles north of Great Abaco Island, Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park is easy to find.

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  • Great Abaco Island

    The mainland of the Abacos chain, Great Abaco Island, has a multitude of activities and sights to offer all its guests throughout the year.

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  • Moraine Cay

    Ultimate paradise and seclusion doesn't get any more accurate in description than by visiting Moraine Cay. Located 130 nautical miles from Florida and 9 miles from Little Abaco Island this secluded island is considered to be a gem of the Abaco Islands. Out of the way from main cruise line routes, the Bahamian experience can truly be felt without the intrusion of hundreds of tourists.

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  • Walkers Cay

    As the northernmost island within the Bahama chain Walkers Cay is one of the easiest islands to reach, yet not one of the most popular. Despite having its own airstrip Walkers Cay mainly draws in the fishing lovers and not many others. Ideal for a quiet day or two the island has much more to offer than many realise.

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  • Allan's-Pensacola Cay

    North of Little Abaco Island and south of Moraine Cay, Allan's - Pensacola Cay is a peaceful island of isolation away from the hustle and bustle of cruise liners.

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  • Spanish Cay

    For an ideal location which is quiet but populated, Spanish Cay is the best place to go. Anchor down in the generously sized marina to take a stroll through the main resort of the island.

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  • Powell Cay

    Located between Spanish Cay and Manjack Cay, the island of Powell Cay is a great stop off point for beach combing, nature spotting and diving. The majority of the 294 acre island is covered with sublime green woods and shrubs making it an idyllic castaway destination.

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  • Cooper Island

    Thickly forested and fringed by golden sandy beaches, Cooper Island is one of the Little Sisters group, lying to the south of Tortola, a popular stopover for snorkelling and home to the Cooper Island Beach Resort.

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  • Lubbers Quarters

    One of the best hidden secrets of the Abacos, this tiny mile long island sits isolated in the Abaco Sound.

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  • Marsh Harbour

    The main entry point, for those arriving by air, Marsh Harbor is a hub of activity which offers the largest selection of amenities around.

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  • Whale Cay

    A small uninhabited island off the coast of Great Abaco Island, Whale Cay is mostly known for bordering the Whale Cay Passage.

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  • Exuma Cays Land And Sea Park

    The first park of its kind in the world, the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park is famous for its pristine beauty, outstanding anchorages and breathtaking marine environment.

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  • Virgin Gorda

    At the eastern end of the British Virgin Islands chain, Virgin Gorda is the quintessential Caribbean idyll, a wild green gem framed by white sandy beaches and home to the geological wonder of The Baths National Park.

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  • Anegada Island

    The northernmost outpost of the British Virgin Islands archipelago, Anegada is the most sparsely populated of the main islands, surrounded by white sandy beaches and the largest barrier coral reef in the Caribbean.

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  • Jost Van Dyke

    Lying to the northwest of Tortola, Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the four main islands that make up the British Virgin Islands, famed for its soft white sands and easy-going beach life.

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  • Hawksbill Cay

    Included in the protective barriers of the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, Hawksbill Cay has many adventures for you to experience in the water.

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  • Great Guana Cay

    An ideal stop off for a relaxing afternoon, Great Guana Cay is known for its friendly locals and stunning marina at the settlement of Black Point.

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  • Great Exuma Island

    Connected by a small bridge, Great Exuma and Little Exuma form the largest of the destinations in the Exuma chain.

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  • Stocking Island

    Located only one mile away from Great Exuma, Stocking Island is a popular location for charters and vessels of all sizes.

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  • Allen's Cay

    The small, deserted island of Allen's Cay is a protected area to help rehabilitate some endangered species.

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  • Cave Cay And Darby Island

    Situated near to the famous Musha Cay, the small and largely unspoilt islands of Cave Cay and Darby Island are considered to be some of the most beautiful spots in the world.

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  • Pig Beach

    Pig Beach, also known as Pig Island or Big Major Island, is an uninhabited island known for being populated by many swimming feral pigs.

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  • Cambridge Cay

    Also known as Little Bell Cay, this island is privately owned but all visitors are welcome to the island.

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  • Oyster Cay

    Sat adjacent to Highbourne Cay in the northern area of the Exumas, this small rock known as Oyster Cay offers a peaceful anchorage to enjoy the local sights below the water.

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  • Ship Channel Cay

    The northernmost island in the Exuma chain, this island offers fantastic holiday snaps for animal lovers.

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  • Pipe Cay

    The last uninhabited island before reaching the civilized area of the Exumas, Pipe Cay is a quiet destination with an abundance of sea life.

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  • Little Wax Cay

    An island which protects the endangered hutia, Little Wax Cay is a private island which is restricted to the public.

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  • Saddle Cay

    Locally known as Saddle Back Cay, this island offers second to none views of the Exumas from some of the highest elevations in the area.

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  • St John

    The smallest of the three main US Virgin Islands, St John lies just to the east of St Thomas, and is renowned for its pristine natural beauty, with most of the island protected by the Virgin Islands National Park.

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  • St Thomas

    Home to almost half the population of the US Virgin Islands, and the location of the territory’s capital, Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas is known for its stunning sandy beaches and for its diving and duty-free shopping opportunities.

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  • Phuket

    From its scenic cruising grounds to its legendary nightlife scene, Phuket is the perfect playground for the superyacht set. As the largest of Thailand’s islands, it’s also one of the most exciting places to explore.

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  • Phi Phi Islands

    Set adrift between the island of Phuket and the coast of Krabi, Koh Phi Phi owes its legendary reputation to the awe-inspiring Maya Bay and an all but unrivalled nightlife scene.

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  • Stavanger

    Perched in a southwesterly corner of Norway’s coast, Stavanger is a quintessential Norwegian town filled with ancient tales and fairytale charm. Famous for its many attractions, both natural and man-made, any amount of time spent here during your Norwegian yacht charter vacation will be enriched by its proud history and magnificent landscapes.

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  • English Harbour

    On the southern coast of Antigua, English Harbour is a sheltered inlet best known as the location of the historic Nelson’s Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the island’s most popular tourist attraction.

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  • St Croix

    The most southerly and by far the largest of the US Virgin Islands, St Croix is famous for its beaches, forests and luxury resorts, while it is also a prime destination for reef and wreck diving.

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  • Skiathos

    The smallest island of the Sporades archipelago, Skiathos is revered for its pristine coastline of immaculate beaches, lush pine-covered hillsides and cool summer breeze. The most idyllic spot to begin island hopping the Aegean Sea, the beautiful soul of this island stands out amongst the lively and sociable ambience, and will be a memorable stop on your Greek yacht charter trip.

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  • Skopelos

    Nestled between Skiathos and Alonissos, the pristine island of Skopelos is a low-key and often overlooked destination in the Sporades archipelago. A pure and authentically Grecian island, it lacks the bustling tourist towns and overcrowded beaches you might expect for a vacation spot in the Aegean Sea. However, this peaceful paradise offers you and your guests a serene stop while you island-hop between Greek hotspots.

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  • Alonissos

    Alonissos is the most remote and untouched island in the Sporades group. Expect rugged landscapes peppered with olive groves, scents of wild herbs infusing the air, and beautiful beaches with glassy waters. Comprising a large part of the National Marine Park of the Northern Sporades, it’s the ideal Mediterranean yacht charter destination if you’re searching for a peaceful island refuge in an authentically Greek setting.

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