Fun in the Sun: Caribbean Yacht Charters

Sunny days and balmy nights, warm turquoise water, white sandy beaches, and swaying palm trees. You’ll find all this and more on our Caribbean yacht charters. Luxury, as well as relaxation, await you in the Caribbean. Practice your favorite water sports, scuba dive, watch wildlife, explore local history, or walk on the beach.

Caribbean yacht charters allow you to sail across the water in style and comfort, whether traveling with family or business colleagues. You can experience the region’s natural beauty from the sea, away from the hectic day-to-day life on land.

Caribbean Yacht Charters – Last-Minute Availability

Below are a few yachts with last-minute availability for charters in the Caribbean and Bahamas. Please get in touch with us as soon as possible.

Availability is subject to change without notice.

12 Guests Year/Rebuilt: 2008
$195,000 - $225,000 /wk 163.00 Ft Power

Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
12 Guests Year/Rebuilt: 1997
$119,000 - $129,000 /wk 142.00 Ft Power

Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
12 Guests Year/Rebuilt: 1993
$115,000 - $135,000 /wk 130.00 Ft Power

8 Guests Year/Rebuilt: 2010
$65,000 /wk 112.00 Ft Power

8 Guests Year/Rebuilt: 2004
$49,000 - $56,350 /wk 100.00 Ft Power

Charter a Yacht in the Caribbean

No matter where you decide to charter in the Leeward or Windward Islands, you’re in for an excellent luxury Caribbean yacht charter experience. While the area provides great vacation experiences all year round, we recommend you book in advance for the winter months, as the holiday weeks in December book up.

Choose from sailing catamarans, power catamarans, and motor yachts.

How Much Does It Cost To Charter A Yacht In the Caribbean?

The cost of chartering a luxury yacht in the Caribbean can vary widely depending on several factors, including the size and type of yacht, its age and condition, the duration of the charter, the time of year, and any additional services or amenities included.

Luxury yacht charters in the Caribbean typically start at around $20,000 per week for smaller yachts ranging from 40 to 60 feet in length. Larger yachts, such as those measuring 100 feet or more, can cost anywhere from $60,000 to several hundred thousand dollars per week.

Additionally, during peak seasons and holidays, the prices may be higher.

Top Caribbean Yacht Charter Destinations

Places to See

There are countless interesting places to see in the Caribbean. The following are just a few ideas.

Things to Do

  • Hike
  • Scuba dive and snorkel
  • Beachcomb
  • Golf
  • Dine
  • Stargaze
  • Birdwatch

Caribbean Motor Yacht Charter

Caribbean Motor Yacht Charter
Throughout history, the Caribbean has attracted travelers worldwide for its warm climate, stunning landscapes, and welcoming people. Nothing beats a Caribbean motor yacht charter if you're looking for the most luxurious way to experience this beautiful destination. Marigot Bay What makes the Caribbean so unique? The Caribbean offers beautiful palm trees, white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and sunshine. The climate consistently provides a much-needed break from the northern climate's harsh winters. What's more, the beach-ringed, jungle-covered islands are home to a tremendous number of historical wonders and a multitude of activities. There are many islands to visit, and depending on your interests, we will customize the perfect itinerary for you. If you want privacy, you can enjoy near-total seclusion on many islands. Insider Spots to Visit in the Caribbean The Caribbean isn't just for beach lovers; it is ideal for people who enjoy nature and wildlife. Rainforests, waterfalls, and mountains...


Caribbean Power Catamarans for Adventure in Paradise

Caribbean Power Catamarans for Adventure in Paradise
Discover the Caribbean's turquoise waters and white sand beaches on a power catamaran charter vacation. On a Caribbean Power Catamaran, you can quickly cruise from island to island and discover the stunning beauty of this region. Spacious cabins, professional crews, colorful coral reefs, and lively nightlife are just a few reasons to book a power catamaran charter vacation in the Caribbean. Power Catamaran FRENCH WEST Benefits of a Power Catamaran Power catamarans offer way more room inside and on deck than some boat charters. You get bigger and more comfortable living spaces, and they're super steady when you're out on the water. Moreover, a private crew, including a captain and chef, will help make your vacation one to remember. You can customize your itinerary to ensure you see all the sights you want. You can add activities like snorkeling trips to dinners at local restaurants. Plus, your crew can provide...


Leeward Islands

Leeward Islands
The Leeward Islands, also known as the northern islands of the Lesser Antilles, are from the Virgin Islands to Guadeloupe. However, we are excluding the USVI and the British Virgin Islands for this listing. Please refer to the USVI and the British Virgin Islands pages for information about these destinations. The Islands Anguilla is known for its laid-back vibe, beaches, fine dining, caving, hiking, and snorkeling at Shoal Bay East. There are more than 33 beaches on the island. Antigua and Barbuda for its 365 beaches, music, historic sites, Nelson's Dockyard National Park, Shirley Heights, safaris, fishing, scuba diving, and more. Birding is also excellent on Barbuda. In addition, Barbuda has one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. St. Martin and St. Maarten for fine dining, au natural beach, and French and Dutch areas on one island. Duty-free shopping on the Dutch side and a variety of sightseeing...


Nevis Island | Emerald Gem of the Caribbean

Nevis Island | Emerald Gem of the Caribbean
Most people refer to Nevis Island and St Kitts as a single country. However, although smaller than St Kitts, Nevis has many individual appeals. Include this island as part of your custom Caribbean yacht charter itinerary. Weather Weather Expect fantastic weather with hot and humid all year round, with a relatively cooler period from January to mid-April. Northeast trade winds blow steadily, and rain is more frequent from April to mid-June. Places to see on Nevis Island Alexander Hamilton Museum The museum has exhibits about Hamilton's life, contributions to American history, and role as the first Secretary of the Treasury. It offers guided tours and educational programs. You'll learn about Hamilton's early years on Nevis and his lasting impact on the United States. Nevis Botanical Gardens The Nevis Botanical Gardens is a serene and enchanting destination located on the Caribbean island of Nevis. Here's what you can expect when you...


Windward Islands

Windward Islands
The Windward Islands are stunning, with high mountains, lush green vegetation, waterfalls, and beautiful beaches surrounded by shimmering blue water. On the windward side, the Atlantic Ocean washes the shoreline, while the Caribbean Sea is calmer on the leeward side. As a result, the more excellent beaches are on the leeward side of many of the islands. The French island of Martinique is north of St. Lucia, followed by St. Vincent and the Grenadines, then Grenada. Each island has its charm. Since the windward islands are near to one another, in one week of sailing, you will experience many different cultures. To sail the windward islands is to experience the Caribbean. Enjoy a roti on the beach in Bequia under the sea grape trees. Drink a local Carib beer. Watch fishermen in colorful fishing boats bring freshly caught fish and lobster, which they will cook on the beach for you....


Caribbean Climate

The Caribbean enjoys a tropical climate. Therefore it is warm to hot year-round, and humidity is high. The wet season usually coincides with the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1st until November 30th. With this in mind, keep an eye on the forecast when planning activities.

In contrast to the humid Windward Islands, the Leeward side typically has a dry, warm climate. This is because when air rises on the Windward Islands side and reaches the summit, it has already been stripped of most of its moisture. 

The Best Time To Visit the Caribbean

The best time to take a yacht charter in the Caribbean depends on your preferences and what you're looking to experience during your trip. The Caribbean generally has warm weather year-round, but there are a few factors to consider:

  1. High Season: The high season in the Caribbean typically runs from December to April. This period offers the most consistent weather with warm temperatures and lower chances of rain. However, it is also the busiest time for tourism, so popular destinations may be crowded, and charter rates may be higher. This is especially true during the Christmas and New Year's Eve holiday periods.
  2. Shoulder Season: The shoulder seasons of late spring (May and June) and early fall (September and October) can also be a good time for a yacht charter. The weather is still pleasant, and there are fewer tourists compared to the high season. Prices may be lower, and you may have more flexibility in choosing your charter itinerary.
  3. Low Season: The low season in the Caribbean is from July to October, coinciding with hurricane season. While the possibility of encountering a hurricane exists, it's important to note that not all Caribbean islands are equally affected, and modern forecasting technology can provide ample warning. You may find discounted rates, fewer crowds, and green landscapes due to increased rainfall.

Caribbean Gastronomy:

Traditional Caribbean cuisine combines traditions from many other parts of the globe.

  • It's a fusion of African, Creole, Cajun, Amerindian, European, Latin American, Indian/South Asian, Middle Eastern, and Chinese.
  • For this reason, you'll find an abundance of delicious meals, snacks, and drinks.
  • Typical Caribbean foods include roti, plantains, breadfruit, rice and peas, and callaloo, a stew made with the leafy vegetable callaloo.
  • For those who like heat, try jerk chicken, which incorporates peppers and spices such as Scotch bonnets, nutmeg, and pimento. Following a spicy meal, cool your palate with the famous rum punch you can find throughout the islands.
  • Typical ingredients include rice, cassava, cilantro, bell peppers, chickpeas, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, and coconut.

Best Caribbean Islands to Visit


Take a journey into the beautiful blue waters of the Caribbean with a yacht charter to Anguilla. It is impossible to fly directly into any significant airport on this quaint island, but chartering a yacht offers visitors easy access to some of the region's best beaches.

There is no better way to explore the waters of Anguilla than aboard your yacht, as it has one of the most pristine coastlines in the Caribbean!

Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda is an excellent destination for a Caribbean yacht charter. With its crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and lush vegetation, Antigua is a paradise for sailors and sun-worshippers. On the other hand, Barbuda is a quiet oasis, perfect for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Whether you're looking to relax or party in the Windward Islands, Antigua and Barbuda has something for everyone. You can sail off into the sunset with your family and friends, take a snorkeling tour, go deep sea fishing, jet ski along the shoreline, explore historic sites from colonial times, or indulge in world-class cuisine.

St. Vincent & The Grenadines

St. Vincent is a great place to enjoy the sun and swim in the turquoise waters off our shores all year round. You can visit beaches with powdery white sand or walk up a few steps from a remote beach to find a waterfall pouring out of a fern-covered cave in a dense green forest.

Or you can explore historic sites like the Falls of Baleine or Queen Elizabeth Park Botanical Gardens. There is also no shortage of water activities, including snorkeling, scuba diving, boating, and fishing - many times on your yacht!

Guadeloupe | Caribbean Charters

Whether you're looking to explore historic ruins or want a quiet place to take in the scenery, Guadeloupe is the Caribbean yacht charter of choice. The best time to visit Guadeloupe in the Leeward Islands is between December and April when it's warmer and rainfall is at its lowest.

The eastern coast of Guadeloupe has long stretches of white sand beaches that are perfect for taking a stroll while enjoying the sights of palm trees and warm waves on either side. If hiking isn't your thing, go for a bike ride through the lush countryside. Want to see what life was like back then? Head over to Deshaies, where settlers from France and Spain left many well-preserved examples of old colonial architecture.

St. Martin / St. Maarten Caribbean Charters

Situated in the northern part of the Antilles and about 90 miles east of Puerto Rico, Saint Martin is an intriguing tourist destination with French roots and Dutch accents. In addition to visiting the quaint towns, there are many beaches on the French side to explore, with excellent views and clean blue waters. Notably, there are also many great culinary experiences on the island's French side.

St. Kitts and Nevis

With only 101 square miles, did you know St. Kitts and Nevis is the smallest country in North America? Whether you want to explore the beautiful beaches or search for wildlife like dolphins and whales, a private cruise around these islands is the perfect way to see them.

If you want more activities, check out kitesurfing on some of the island's beautiful beaches or try deep-sea fishing. The possibilities are endless when you charter your very own private yacht!

Please call us today at 1 (321) 777-1707 or describe Your Vacation Vision to help you plan your fully-crewed private luxury yachting vacation! Inquire as soon as possible about your custom, crewed yacht charter.

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