Bahamas and Caribbean
22nd Nov 2018
Start the US holiday season in style and escape to the Bahamas or Caribbean aboard a superyacht this Thanksgiving which, in 2018, falls on Thursday 22nd November.
Whether you wish to spend the break with all the family or would prefer a relaxing few days away with a loved one, there will be a luxury yacht in the global charter fleet to surpass all your needs.
Within easy reach of the east coast of America, the exotic island chain of the Bahamas is prime territory for a Thanksgiving Day yacht charter. But, venture slightly further afield and you'll be able to discover what the Caribbean has to offer.
Rest assure, your turkey will be cooked to perfection by the on-board chef and you and your charter party will be able to tuck into a delicious dinner while enjoying beautiful views of white sand beaches, swaying palm trees and sparkling turquoise waters.
Catch the big Thanksgiving Day game on your charter yacht’s widescreen TV with a drink in hand. But, if football isn’t your thing, check out the on-board supply of water toys or unwind in the inviting Jacuzzi.
For more information on a Thanksgiving charter, contact your preferred charter broker.
Your turkey will be cooked to perfection by the on-board chef and you and your charter party will be able to tuck into a delicious dinner while enjoying beautiful views
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Saturated with sun, this dazzling location offers the epitome of a paradise vacation, with sugar white sun-kissed beaches, a warm climate and beautiful scenery all year round. The Caribbean offers abundant water sport opportunities, clear blue skies and inviting azure waters. This captivating location is brimmed with aquatic life which surrounds dozens of picturesque islands, each unique in character and charm.
A slice of tropical perfection, the exquisite and idyllic chain of islands that form the Bahamas offer unparalleled escapism and relaxation. The decadent cocktail of sun-drenched sands, remarkably clear waters teeming with colourful marine life and landscapes of historic plantations create a picture postcard destination.