Tours in the Windward Islands, such as from Martinique to the Tobago Cays, or sailing holidays in the British Virgin Islands are classics in this region and are also well suited for families and beginners. If you want something a little different, you can also discover Belize, Cuba, or the Bahamas during your catamaran charter in the Caribbean, or even take part in one of the annual regatta events.
Relax on gorgeous beaches, snorkel in the turquoise blue sea or explore picturesque harbor towns. In the Caribbean, you will set sail in one of the most beautiful and versatile areas in the Atlantic. Here, everyone gets their money's worth, from beginners and families, to experienced sailing veterans. A dreamlike island landscape is waiting for you to discover it. The unique natural setting, varied leisure activities and wealth of culinary delights make a catamaran charter in the Caribbean an adventure you’ll never forget. Find your dream boat today and plan your trip together with one of our consultants.
Would you like to spend the holiday of a lifetime exploring the beautiful world of the Caribbean? If so, a catamaran charter in the Caribbean is an absolute must for you. Let yourself be inspired by beautiful beaches, turquoise blue waters and islands of untouched natural beauty.
Catamaran charters in the Caribbean are usually best enjoyed in the Windward Islands, the Leeward Islands and the British Virgin Islands. The many small islands in the Caribbean are just waiting for you to visit them and you will be fascinated by their rich selection of flora and fauna. With a Scansail Caribbean catamaran charter, your sailing trip is transformed from something fairly ordinary into a unique experience.
The Caribbean island of Martinique is easily accessible by plane and has an excellently developed infrastructure for sailors, making it a great place to start your Caribbean catamaran charter. From there, the first leg of the journey will take you to St. Lucia, where you'll find the enchanting Marigot Bay and the Pitons, two extinct volcanoes. Then, you can anchor on the main island of the state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and explore the island, complete with its lush green rainforest, beautiful beaches and the Soufrière, an active volcano that stands at 1,220 meters tall.
Further south are the Grenadines with the islands of Mustique, Canouan, Mayreau, the Tobago Cays, Union Island, Palm Island and Petit St. Vincent. These islands offer up the sort of picturesque landscapes you see on the front of a postcard. Relax on enchanting sandy beaches and enjoy the tranquility of these secluded islands. If you still have some time, you can sail on to Grenada with your Caribbean catamaran charter. Trust us, it's worth it! On this fascinating island, a variety of different things, such as nutmeg (an important ingredient for Planter's Punch), ginger, and cinnamon are grown. It is also worth seeing St. George’s – Grenada’s capital city. Here, take the opportunity to stroll through the spice market or the fish market while admiring the beautiful colonial architecture.
Further north in the West Indies, you will find another sailing hotspot in the form of Tortola, along with the rest of the British Virgin Islands. Sailors will find perfect conditions in the Sir Francis Drake Channel, with steady trade winds and calm water, as well as short distances between the islands. Crews with little experience will find their dream destination in the BVI, while more experienced sailors will still find a challenge.
Become an explorer and sail through one of the most beautiful areas in the Atlantic. Make your dream of a catamaran charter in the Caribbean come true.
This area is protected from the trade winds, and perfect for a relaxed Caribbean sailing holiday, with short distances between the islands.
Between crystal clear, turquoise waters, breath-taking beaches, and secluded islands, the Bahamas is a veritable sailor’s paradise.
If you want somewhere that really has a tropical flair, visit Puerto Rico with its network of underground rivers and the beautiful rainforest, El Yunque.
This fairly undeveloped sailing area in the Caribbean is the best place to go to be surrounded by pure nature. The Great Belize Barrier Reef is also an unmissable highlight.
This is an easily accessible starting point for your catamaran charter in the Caribbean. Set sail here for a boating paradise cooled down by the trade winds.
Antigua is an island with a rich history and a fantastic starting point for trips to the Leeward Islands. You shouldn’t miss Antigua Race Week, which sees sailors from all over the world coming to compete.
Guadeloupe has the perfect mix of good accessibility and infrastructure. A French island in the center of the Caribbean, stop off here if you want to sample a unique cuisine full of exquisite flavors and some of the best snorkeling in the world.
Yet another easily accessible island, Martinique is the best starting point for trips to the Grenadines and Tobago Cays.
This is a lush green island where you can feel free to try a plethora of different watersports, such as snorkeling and windsurfing.
St. Vincent is an independent island state, full of tropical vegetation and makes for a heavenly start to a Caribbean catamaran charter in the Tobago Cays.
The southernmost of the Windward Islands, visit Grenada to enter a paradise of tropical forests and beaches.
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