Barbuda Yacht Charter Guide
Lying 43km north of the Caribbean island of Antigua, Barbuda remains remarkably undeveloped compared to its more famous sister.
The beaches here are some of the best to be found in the region, and the wildlife that roams its verdant interior are just as spectacular as the colourful marine life to be found in its crystal clear waters. At the heart of Barbuda is its main town of Codrington where a handful of winding streets play host to a scattering of authentic Caribbean shops and restaurants.
Less than 2% of the twin-island nations’ population inhabit Barbuda - ensuring it stays peaceful throughout the year and an ideal escape for yacht charterers in search of unparalleled natural beauty. If you’re exploring ashore, the famous Frigate Bird Santuary is a must see for its collection of rare and exotic winged wonders. The wild, remote feel of the feel of the island has made it popular with nature lovers as well as offshore adventurers with some great diving, snorkelling, sailing and watersports opportunities.
A Barbuda yacht charter is a perfect base for trips to nearby Antigua and the rest of the Leeward Islands. In addition, if you love sailing yachts you can incorporate one of the many world-renowned sailing events and regattas that take place in the Caribbean such as the annual Antigua Race Week.