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Caribbean Cruising

9th Dec 2016

The enchanting archipelagos of the Caribbean and their balmy climate, exquisite beaches and crystal clear waters are a haven for waterborne travellers. Best discovered by yacht, these dazzling hidden treasures are just waiting to be discovered.

The British Virgin Islands

A fragmented jigsaw of green isles and secluded anchorages, the British Virgin Islands remain relatively unspoilt with long sweeps of land linking lush green headlands. Beautiful stretches of hidden beaches line the scalloped coastlines whilst ashore you will find first-class restaurants and resorts, combining Caribbean tradition and glamour.

The Leeward Islands

From the sophisticated French island of St Barth's to the old world charm of Antigua, this island chain offers an exotic concoction of diverse history, cultures and cuisine. From traditional Caribbean jerk chicken cooked up in casual beach bars to fresh fish served in fine dining settings, the Leeward Islands and the varied cultural influences offer true gastronomic feasts.

The Bahamas

More than 700 Bahamian islands and cays scattered over 100,000 square miles of turquoise waters make up the Bahamas. Boasting a fantastic reputation for winter cruising, the islands offer fantastic history, gleaming white sandy beaches and breath-taking dive sites with stunning marine life. 

The Windward Islands

Made up of lush rainforests, towering mountains and sheltered bays, the 32 islands and cays lying like a string of pearls, each one a short hop from the other, are best discovered by yacht. Fringed by white-sand beaches and with an interior thick with rainforests, the volcanic island of St Lucia is one of the most popular in the Caribbean attracting hikers, divers and nature lovers.

For more information on the fleet of yachts available for charter in the Caribbean, please contact your charter broker. 

by Camper Nicholsons

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Best discovered by yacht, these dazzling hidden treasures are just waiting to be discovered.