Lilting. Tranquil. Sunkissed. The monolithic peaks of the Caribbean islands are pure Robinson Crusoe territory.
Postcard turquoise waters and rugged, unblemished coastlines. Secluded bays and sandbars the Caribbean islands offer a wonderful dichotomy of relaxation and adventure. With a carefully balanced cruising itinerary designed around your needs, you can blend must-visit hotspots and beach parties, with nights at anchor and stargazing in remote havens. The forested peaks of island volcanoes and rocky outcrops make a scenic backdrop, but the real adventure begins below the surface, where tropical fish dart in and out of ancient wrecks.
Weave between the islands on your private yacht dropping anchor to swim, snorkel or dive, and come ashore to deserted, windswept beaches; let us surprise you with a special creative twist, the Caribbean offers islands full of myth and legends, pirates, mermaids and of course treasure, just waiting to be discovered; come face to face with tropical fish and explore eerie, silent shipwrecks with a guide; try sport fishing, jet-skiing, kayaking, paddle-boarding or kite surfing with your family; sling a hammock and soak up the sun and silence; feast on fresh lobster prepared by your own private chef, either on board the superyacht or on a torch-lit beach reserved exclusively for you; hike into the jungle clad hillsides; join in with or watch the superyacht regattas; go ashore to eat local conch fritters with your toes still in the sand.
Where to Stay
Sleek state-of-the-art superyachts, or authentically restored classic wooden sailboats; spend the odd night in a palatial beachside villa for celebrations onshore.
When to Go
Cruise at any time of year, but early December to June is best. From June to November hurricane season means some areas are best avoided.