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Yacht charter Caribs

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Le Marin (Martinique), Caribs

Rent a cabin on the yacht Ipanema 58

From 985€/day
6 18 x 9 2019
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Le Marin (Martinique), Caribs

Power catamaran Lagoon Seventy 8

From 41500€/day
4 1950
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Antigua, Caribs

Catamaran Lagoon 52 Fly (2020)

From 7290€/day
6 16 x 8 2020
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Le Marin (Martinique), Caribs

Sailing boat Jeanneau Sun Loft 47

From 4250€/day
6 2020
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Yachting in the Caribbean

In winter, the Mediterranean Sea is quite cold for sea travel, so the Caribbean Islands become a popular destination for yachting enthusiasts at this time. Between November and March it is warm and dry, besides, the local places are very beautiful, and the local culture and cuisine are quite interesting and original, so Yacht charter in the Caribbean is very popular in winter.

You can rent a yacht in the Caribbean for a day, 3-4 days, a week, or even a couple of hours. In any case, you will enjoy a boat trip, but in order to truly enjoy the romance of a sea voyage and see as many interesting places as possible, you must of course to rent a yacht for at least a week.

Another good news for those who are interested in renting yachts in the Caribbean is that in almost all island states, tourists from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus do not need visas, that is, you can freely move around the region on a ship.

Caribbean is the best place for yacht charter

This region can be considered an ideal place for yachting, but still, like in other regions, there is seasonality here. So, the best time here is from November to March. By this time, the dry season is set here, and the average air temperature is at the level of 27 ° C, the water temperature in the sea is up to 22 ° C.

When you take a yacht in the Caribbean, there are some local features to consider. So, for example, this region is characterized by very high humidity, here part of the rain clouds are formed, which bring with them a downpour, and a gust of wind (albeit for a short time).

In addition, the passages between the two islands can be very long, and the night falls very quickly, so you should plan everything well, in no case is it recommended to go into narrow bays or swim among coral reefs at night.

Remember that not all islands are inhabited and infrastructure is not everywhere, this must be taken into account when planning places for resupply.

And there are very noticeable ebbs and flows. All this must be taken into account when you rent a yacht in the Caribbean, especially if you are going to manage the vessel yourself.

Choosing a yacht in the Caribbean

What to consider when renting a yacht?

First of all, you choose a vessel by size, the description of each of them indicates how many people the boat can take on board, but of course this is not the only selection criterion.

So, in the extended description there will be a complete list of what is in a particular boat, for example, you want a brazier for your company.

In any case, when choosing a vessel, you choose from several basic categories of vessels: sailing yacht, motor yacht, luxury yacht, or catamaran.

Each of them has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of a particular option depends on your preferences and what exactly is more important for you, and what can be sacrificed.

Here are the main reasons to choose a certain type of vessel:

Sailing yacht

  • minimum price
  • sail romance;

Motor yacht

  • greater movement speed;
  • does not depend on the weather;

Luxury yacht

  • high level of comfort;
  • fast and spacious boat;


  • does not rock on the waves;
  • lots of space;

If you have questions about how to choose a yacht for rent in the Caribbean, contact our experts, they will select the best option for you, taking into account your wishes.