Ever thought of a place where you can contentedly relax and find utmost peace among the best water sceneries in the world? Well! The Caribbean is certainly the place you can’t go wrong when it comes to this.
From the calm waters admirably surrounded by the white sand beaches to the deep-sea volcanoes whose peaks are absolute “out of this world” and through the alluring palm trees that are always bending down over the tranquil waters to create such an overwhelming feeling; this renowned destination is definitely worthwhile for your sailing yacht ride.
So! Exactly which are the top sailing destinations in the Caribbean? Undoubtedly, this might be one of the biggest questions running through your mind right now bearing in mind that there over seven thousand islands each with its unique beauty.
Without a doubt, it would be very difficult to single out the best of them all. However, there are seven destinations that absolutely stand out and that you can’t afford to miss setting your foot on if you choose the Caribbean as your sailing destination.
Here is a recap of these marvelous places.
This historical island is not only the center of natural beauty; it also encroaches with diverse sites and rich history that indeed make it a prime destination.
The list of things to do and see is endless; from the extensive pristine white sand surrounding the beach, to the calm irresistible blue ocean and the famous dockyards that date back to the 18th century,
Antigua is categorically a destination that deserves to top on the list of your priorities. If you find British history appealing, then this is the place to be. The British forts sit just on top of the green hills while their indigenous canons lie down at the bay.
The architectural designs basically date back to the colonial times where houses were typically painted white making the place an absolute “paradise” to have utmost fun.
If you think that that is all; wait until sundown when the fun actually begins with the delicious meals literally filling the tables.
This is one of the most classy and luxurious destinations in the Caribbean typical for exclusive tours and holidays. In essence, everything about this island is exceptional especially when it comes to world-class restaurants and shopping boutiques.
This is basically a place to sail with your family on a holiday and watching or playing water sports including wreck diving at Gustavia port.
The saline beach offers one of the best views to watch as the sun bows down for the nightfall while the sandy stretches of the beach ensure that you don’t miss a thing on the island.
The fun does not end there; you can enjoy an aerial view of the island while in a plane that is always ready to take you on this journeying tour.
This is one of the most esteemed islands in the Caribbean. In a real sense, the island is home to multiple stylish resorts that attracts “VIPs” from across the globe.
The environment ensures that you never get bored with the ever-sparkling water scenario ensuring you have memorable moments to carry back home.
When it comes to water sports, every single one of them is included ensuring that you never miss coming back for more and more fun.
Convenient enough, the Island is located near two of the most developed islands in the Caribbean, i.e. St Barts and St Maarten, therefore attracting high caliber designs and resorts.
With such a rich history of how the island came to be, St Maarten enjoyed the growth support of both the Dutch and the French who anciently divided it among themselves.
Basically, everything about this island is breathtaking; right from the mesmerizing water sceneries to the beautiful nightlife experience that you wouldn’t get enough of.
The mouth-watering dishes definitely spur the fun making the island one of the deserving sailing destinations in the Caribbean.
British Virgin Islands
These groups of islands (approximately 60 island and islets) are unquestionably the most popular destinations in the Caribbean. If you think that you have seen it all; wait until you get to these islands where you are sure of finding “the mysterious” wonders of nature.
The BVI island basically features every aspect of beauty; the palm trees that tower at the white sand beaches thoroughly ensures you don’t miss a thing when it comes to beach attractiveness.
Your tour on the island would not be complete without snorkeling in the serene waters where tropical fish have literally made a home and the wrecks and reefs are abundant.
Surely one of a must visit islands in the Caribbean is the Grenadines. In actual fact, this is the “home of splendor.” Every moment that you spend on this island will certainly be worthwhile your time on this magnificent islet.
The sunny Tobago beaches offer extraordinary memories of the island especially if you enjoy swimming with the gorgeous sea turtles.
Obviously, your tour wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Mustique for the supreme view of the island’s attractiveness.
Notably the most famous and largest destinations of the Caribbean, Cuba offers ultimate tour satisfaction. The Cuban culture is indeed one to “die for” with a stay in Cienfuegos ensuring you fully integrate with the locals.
The spotless beaches are an absolute wonder to look forward to with palm trees flavoring the already gripping setting.
If you love exploring the underwater, you have not been left behind either, with the Cuban water offering the safest conditions to ensure you just do that.
In fact, every moment, from the rise of the sun to its downfall when the rays are startlingly shining over the waters, is absolutely breathtaking and etched in your mind.
The Caribbean is certainly the place to be this winter; and which other way can you enjoy this wonderful beauty more than to charter sailing yacht entourage which is absolutely stylish, comfy and worth every penny you spend on it. So, book your space now and cruise your way to these beautiful islands.
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