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For SCUBA lovers, a Bahamas yacht charter wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Bimini. This island has it all, with adventures both on land and in the water. Many island destinations offer activities that teach about the culture and history of the people as well as the plant and animal life – including the native Bimini Boa snake, which is exclusive to the island. Visit the Fountain of Youth or the Lost City of Atlantis before heading out to the Continental Shelf for the best dive of your life.
Off the western edge of the island of Bimini, you can look into the amazing wildlife channel that is the Gulf Stream. An underwater cliff begins at 140 feet and drops to depths that are several thousand feet. It is here, in this deep blue water, that an experienced diver might see an extensive assortment of marine life, including marlin, mantas, sea turtles, and dolphins.
Worldwide Boat offers luxury crewed yacht charters to all of the best charter destinations worldwide. Where do you want to go?
Alaska: Dazzling blue skies, majestic mountaintops, and stately pine trees are all reflected in the deep blue waters. Wildlife abounds and you’re able to go on whale watching tours, wildlife charters, birding trips, or glacier watching tours, any of which would offer you a memorable experience with many photo opportunities.
Miami and South Florida: Enjoy wild nightclubs with music that spills out into the streets or – even better – onto the beach itself as dancers clad in short shorts and tank tops twirl in the ocean breeze. Go site-seeing to the home of the stars or spend time in Key West.
Caribbean: Tropical islands. White sandy beaches. Snorkeling and scuba diving to historic shipwrecks and brightly-colored coral reefs. Bikinis in the sun. Exotic drinks in hand. Enough said.
Yacht TV is the epitome of modern luxury and contemporary design. This powerful vessel is 256-feet long with a sleek grey-hull built by Lurssen Yachts. She has six stunning cabins which can accommodate up to twelve guests. The master suite on the owner’s deck has a forward panoramic view, a private office and Jacuzzi, a large king-sized bed, and his and her en-suite baths.
The interior boasts large windows to view the fabulous Tahitian landscape as well as allow in plenty of natural light. Yacht TV has private areas as well as spacious areas for entertaining guests in the dining, salons, and relaxation areas. The spa area has a fold-down terrace to allow the guests to go to enjoy a swim, the sauna, a massage, or the gym quickly and easy.
Water toys include:
4 wave runners
2 stand up jet skiis
Dive gear for 16
4 stand up paddle boards
Giant Water slide
Tube / donut
10M Custom Mc Mullen & Wing dive tender
10M Cougar race boat
7M Zodiac Jet Rib for beach landings
Yacht Miracle is now offering charters to Turks and Caicos available from June 29th through the end of August.
The 115-foot luxury yacht offers stylish living both indoors and out. The formal dining area seats eight and offers stunning views through large windows and extra light through a skylight. The main salon touts comfortable couch seating as well as stools at the bar. A modern, high-tech entertainment center as well as gaming are available. The aft deck features shaded al fresco dining and the flybridge has a full-service bar as well as sun loungers. Yacht Miracle can accommodate up to eight guests in her four beautifully-appointed cabins.
While in Turks and Caicos, enjoy some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the entire Bahamas. The area is known for its steep walls and drop-offs, stunning coral reefs, and numerous historic ship wrecks. Marine life, beyond the myriad of colorful fish, extends to include humpback whales, dolphins, spotted eagle and manta rays, and sea turtles. As only eight of the forty islands and cays are inhabited, do not expect to be inundated with commercialism. Instead, expect to find your own island, leave your footprints undisturbed in the sand, and hear only the sounds of the wind in the trees and the waves on the beach.
Harbour Island in the Bahamas offers a worthwhile yacht charter destination, if for nothing else than its sugar-fine pink sandy beaches. Centuries of coral, rocks, and shells have been ground down to tiny pieces – resembling more dust than rock – to form these luxurious beaches that beg to have bare toes sunk in.
But Harbour Island offers more than just sand and water – even though that would be enough on its own. Diving here is sublime. The Current Cut Dive, between rock walls of Eleuthera and Current Island, has a fast current and exciting views. The Island has a notable history, as Eleuthera Adventurers hid here when the Spaniards invaded their island. During Prohibition, rum was made here. Titus Hole, a cave by the bay, was a prison. The prisoners carved the stone Hill Steps as well as the tunnel that leads to the cove. Other activities include fishing, water sports, horseback riding, shopping, more.
Enjoy a yacht charter to Harbour Island. Come for the beach. Stay for it all!
Photo by Mike’s Birds | Flickr
Visit St. Lucia from April 16 to May 25 without delivery fees!
Enjoy all that St. Lucia and the Grenadines have to offer, including scuba diving, hiking, zip lining, biking, and horseback riding along with the world-renowned spas and resorts, all from the glorious Yacht Olga. This 121-foot luxury crewed yacht offers an amazing array of amenities, including:
- 22’6” Novurania with 150 HP Yamah ‘a outboard
- Yamaha HO 3-seater waverunner
- Scuba diving and snorkeling equipment
- Hobie Wave Catamaran 13’
- Two 2-person kayaks
- Two paddleboards
- Water skis
- Knee board
- Tube & molecule tube
- Surf boards
- Fishing gear
Yacht Olga offers beautifully-appointed surroundings, including accommodations for up to eight guests. The cabins consist of a king, two queens, and a twin, and the multi-lingual crew – who can speak English, French, Spanish, and Thai – is ever-ready to assist in any way.
This deal is perfect for those wishing to attend the St. Lucia Jazz Festival, which occurs from April 30 – May 12.
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We at Worldwide Boat are undergoing many changes that we are excited to share, including two new charter destinations and a new team member.
Tahiti Boat: Our new charter division takes guests to the South Pacific to enjoy the lush mountainous islands and clear blue waters of Tahiti. As an independent booking agency, we can offer to help you arrange a luxury crewed charter that will lead to a memorable sailing experience. The coral reefs are home to an amazing quantity and variety of tropical fish and marine life.
Galapagos Boat: Our latest charter territory is the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean. The volcanic islands are home to an amazing number of wildlife, including birds, sea lions, giant tortoises, penguins, and marine iguanas. Your one-of-a-kind yacht charter will be personalized to your tastes, from your favorite activities to your preferred meals.
New Charter Director: We also want to introduce Sanaa Vohra to the Worldwide Boat team. Sanaa has a background in yachting that extends to her childhood. Her father working in the industry as a builder and dealer in the Middle East and Germany. She has personal knowledge of many of the yachts and their crews and is fluent in both English and Hindi. Sanaa is looking forward to helping clients find the charter that suits their needs and exceeds their expectations.
Worldwide Boat is now offering Tahiti yacht charters!
Tahiti is a magical area in the South Pacific Ocean known predominately for its verdant volcanic mountains that seem to emerge from the center of white sandy beaches which reach out to meet the turquoise blue waters. French Polynesia is made up of five archipelagos, which includes Tahiti, the main island and nickname for the area.
The archipelago known as the Society Islands consists of Raiatea, Taha’a, Bora Bora, and Huahane and is one of the most popular destinations for yacht charters. You’ll enjoy exploring the islands by horseback, bicycle, or 4-wheel drive vehicle. You can swim with the manta rays, go snorkeling, or simply walk along the pristine beaches. The local culture of Tahiti is amazing, and you’ll be able to purchase local artwork and watch a performance by the local village dancers in Taha’a.
The plant and wildlife here is unmatched due to the high mountain peaks, low-lying areas, and even in the lagoons. The fresh fragrance of the flowers can be detected before you even reach land! Come experience the charm of Tahiti by booking a yacht charter with Worldwide Boat!
Whale watching on the Inside Passage of Alaska is some of the best in the world, drawing visitors from across the globe to see the magical scene as humpbacks and orcas play and swim. An Alaska yacht charter is the perfect family vacation, where you’ll cruise through the feeding grounds of the largest concentrations of humpbacks anywhere. As they breach the water, throwing their 40-ton bodies into the air, you’ll be hooked!
Another amazing sight to see is when these giant creatures bubblenet feed, which is when a group of whales work together to capture their dinner of herring. One whale will blow bubbles in a circle under the fish, which forms a net that keeps the herring in the center. The other whales simple swim up through the middle of the “net” with their mouths open to enjoy their meal.
A yacht charter to Alaska will allow you capture some awesome photographs and learn more about the local wildlife. In addition, you might see bald eagles, puffins, salmon, sea lions, and brown and black bears. It is truly an adventure waiting just for you!
When vacationing in Greece, there are so many sites to see, the most difficult problem is choosing which itinerary to select.
Some of our yacht charter itineraries include the following beautiful locations:
The Ionian Islands:
Made up of Corfu, Paxos, Antipaxos, Lefkas, Ithaca, Kefalonia, and Zakynthos, the Ionian Islands are sometimes called the “Green Islands” because of their lush vegetation. Located to the west of mainland Greece, these islands are known for their beautiful beaches, charming villages, and fertile land.
The Saronic Islands:
This archipelago, located to the east of the mainland, include Angistri, Aegina, Methana, Poros, Salamina, Spetses, and Hydra. Visitors enjoy the natural beauty, pristine beaches, and small deserted islets.
The Cyclades Islands:
The most famous of all Greek Islands, the Cyclades are in the central Aegean and include Andros, Delos, Ios, Kea, Folegandros, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Serifos, Sifnos, and Syros.
The Dodencanese Islands
This crescent-shaped chain of islands is in the southeast and extends from the Asiatic Turkish coastline towards Crete. Most of the islands are bare of vegetation, but some offer natural springs. These Greek islands include Kos, Rhodes, and Samos.
The Sporades Islands
Located to the north of Evvoia, these wide-spread islands to the east of mainland Greece and consist of numerous uninhabited islands as well as Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnisos, and Skyros, which are inhabited. Visitors here enjoy clean, blue waters and mountainous terrain with dense vegetation.