A yacht charter to St. Vincent and Grenadines allows you the opportunity to explore as many of the 600 or so islands as you choose, along with relaxing on a luxurious yacht amid the turquoise waters, walk on the stunning sand beaches, or snorkel through the pretty coral reefs.
The lush, natural islands are filled with tropical adventures, including the Owia Salt Pond, the La Soufriere volcano, the turtles at Tobago Cays, and the Trinity Falls or Dark View Falls. The wildlife on the island is an attraction all its own, from the whales and dolphins in the deep waters to the array of local bird species, such as hummingbirds, warblers, and the St. Vincent Parrot as well as migratory birds who vacation here as well.
A Caribbean yacht charter to St. Vincent and the Grenadines will provide you a perfect backdrop for a relaxing, refreshing vacation.
Mustique is an island paradise
Did you know that the winter months – January, February, and even March – are the perfect time to go on a yacht charter to the Caribbean? The weather is perfect every day: ample sunshine, moderate temperatures, and a cool breeze.
In the Caribbean, you can sail from one island nation to the next, vacationing in a variety of places, each its own island paradise. The St. Vincent and Grenadines offer numerous ports all within easy sailing distance – from Mustique to Bequia to Tobago Cays and over 600 others for your relaxation and exploration destination.
So while the weather’s still bitter at home, take a trip to paradise, where every day is perfect.
Palm trees lining a St. Vincent beach.
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