caribbean yacht charter

Caribbean Yacht Charters

European Yachts company offers skippered, crewed or bareboat Caribbean yacht charters at the best price. Sailboats and catamarans are available for rental in the following Caribbean Islands:
  • British Virgin Islands (Tortola, Sea Cows Bay)
  • US Virgin Islands (St. Thomas)
  • Antigua (Jolly Harbour Marina)
  • Guadeloupe (Pointe-à-Pitre)
  • Grenada (True Blue Bay)
  • Martinique (Le Marin)
  • Saint Martin (Anse Marcel, Marigot)
  • Netherlands Antilles (Sint Maarten)
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Admiralty Bay, St. George, St. Vincent)
  • Saint Lucia (Castries)
  • Puerto Rico (Fajardo)
  • Dominican Republic (Marina Cap Cana, Marina Casa de Campo)
  • Bahamas (Nassau, Abacos)
  • Cuba (Cienfuegos, Marina Marlin)
The best places for sailing yacht or catamaran charters in the Caribbean are British Virgin Islands (Tortola), US Virgin Islands (St. Thomas), Antigua, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Sint Maarten, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Puerto Rico (Fajardo), Dominican Republic, Bahamas and Cuba. This is where you will find a real paradise for yachtsmen. The Caribbean has more than 7,000 picturesque islands with very different cultures, perfect natural environment and crystal-clear water. While sailing in the Caribbean you will feel a desire to see as many different islands as possible. Many of these islands can offer their guests relaxation in the well-furnished and comfortable marinas, safe parking on the piers, and swimming in the clear water of the Caribbean Sea. You will be able to feel the beauty of the surrounding world.
The Caribbean climate is ideal for yacht rentals due to sunny days, rare rains and lack of disturbed winds. The temperature is about 27º C almost all year round. The months from November till April are considered to be the best ones, as there’s a chance of rainy weather in summer and there are occasional hurricanes in August and September. Yachting is especially popular in the Caribbean during Christmas and New Year holidays, and on Easter. At this time it is too difficult to rent a yacht for a week in the Caribbean because of a large amount of people. If you are planning sailing holidays in the Caribbean these days you should hire a yacht in advance. It is advisable to rent a yacht at least 6 months prior to the expected holidays. View catalog and prices!

Sailboats and Catamarans Rental in the Caribbean

Antigua Island is very popular with avid yachtsmen, as there are North-East trade winds which facilitate navigation. In April you can see Antigua Sailing Week, one of the world’s largest regattas. Barbuda is located close to Antigua, where you can stay for safe anchoring.
caribbean sailboat catamaran rentalAnd if you’re a diver, you should visit the Barbados. Here you can enjoy solemn sight of the colonial cities and plunge into the island's nightlife. Martinique and Guadeloupe are especially popular. These islands are property of France and you can reach there by direct flight from Paris. The island of Martinique is famous for its active volcano Mont Pelee. This place is also popular for diving and surfing. British Virgin Islands (BVI) can be called the birthplace of the Caribbean yacht charter. The conditions for sailing are ideal! There are calm winds which facilitate navigation.
Sailboats and catamarans rental in the Caribbean is available on European Yachts company website. Our specialists will help you to choose the right yacht based on your needs and advise you on all issues which you are interested at. It is possible to book both skippered, crewed and bareboat yacht charter in the Caribbean. The cost depends on the class of yacht, availability of crew, season and charter period. You can view the prices of sailing boats and catamarans rental in the Caribbean Islands: British Virgin Islands (BVI), US Virgin Islands, Antigua, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Martin, Sint Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines,  Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Cuba in the Booking section.