Saba Yacht Charter Guide
Captivates with unique and untouched landscapes
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.
Reasons to Visit
- Marine Life
Like nearby St Maarten, Saba is a ‘special municipality’ of the Netherlands and therefore benefits from the fusion of Caribbean flavour, international atmosphere and European flair. That’s where the similarity ends however, as away from the more built-up resort-strewn coastlines of its neighbour, this idyllic island has remained unspoilt by tourism and boasts a tropical ‘Garden of Eden’ style setting.
Saba is known for its ecotourism so benefits from the kind of visitors that are interested in not only enjoying the verdant landscape of the island but also preserving it. Rainforests flourish here, interrupted only by beautiful villages led through by a single road that still encompass the old charm of the Caribbean with their red-roofed, green-shuttered houses.
Off the coast, the diving is particularly stunning amongst azure waters that are teeming with expansive coral reefs and all kinds of marine life from sharks and tropical fish to sea turtles. At just five square miles, if you’re venturing away from your charter yacht for the evening you’ll find an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants which make for a fun and safe time ashore. If you prefer to stay aboard your superyacht, you can enjoy meals on deck prepared by your private chef to views of volcanic, cliff-dropped coastlines. Either way, this island is a spectacular way to spend a charter vacation.
If you would like to explore the island of Saba as part of your next vacation on a superyacht view all Caribbean luxury charter yachts available to rent in the regaion with a trained crew.