British Virgin Islands - Hidden gem of the Caribbean

The British Virgin Islands is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean. The BVI has more yacht options than any of our other locations, allowing the most selection in yacht choice. The BVI are also an ideal area for first-time charterers and families. The area has an abundance and variety of locations to suit any taste, from islets and cays, to protected waters and pristine beaches. There are family friendly activities as well as night life for the partiers. Most BVI charters are all inclusive and generally start around $10,000 per week.

US Virgin Islands - Luxury and convenience

The US Virgin Islands are an incredibly popular choice among charterers. The ease of access - direct flights from the US and no passport requirement for US citizens - and convenience make the US Virgin Islands ideal for luxury and value. A large selection of yachts are available from the US Virgin Islands. The location allows for flexibility and diversity in your charter schedule, with a variety of locations to suit any taste, from islets and cays, to protected waters and pristine beaches. Most US Virgin Island charters are all inclusive and generally start around $10,000 per week.

The Grenadines - A taste of something different

The Grenadines consist of the larger islands of St. Vincent and Grenada along with the many smaller island between the two that make up the Grenadines. This area is for slightly more adventurous charterers and is great for those that have chartered in the Virgin Islands before and want an alternative. The Grenadines anchorages are more remote, have a more local island flavor, and the tropical settings are more dense and untouched. These waters have yachts cruising all year round, however the months of May, June and July see increased numbers of yachts in this area.

St. Maarten/St. Barts

St. Maarten, St. Barts and Anguilla provide picturesque ports, incredibly unique local culture, beautiful water and pristine beaches. St. Maarten is half Dutch and half French, creating two distinct cultures on a single island. The French side is home to wonderful fine dining experiences and quiet beaches, while the Dutch side has busy shopping districts and tourist getaways. St. Barts is a less bustling island town, with picturesque beaches and ports. It's main town of Gustavia is filled with wonderful restaurants, cafes, and boutiques for shopping at.

Belize - An exotic and quiet getaway

Belize is home to the second largest reef system in the world. Charters in this area are quiet and uncrowded experiences, full of remote anchorages and off the beaten path adventures. Crystal clear waters make it ideal for snorkeling and diving. Only a handful of charters operate in the area making Belize ideal for those wanting a beautiful, uncrowded experience. Belize is also easily accessible, with direct flights to Belize City from several major US airports.

New England – Historic sailing waters and picturesque scenery

From June through Labor Day New England ports are bustling. From Connecticut to Maine charter yachts frequent these beautiful waters in the summer months. Sag Harbor, Montauk, Block Island, Newport, Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod and up to Kennebunkport Maine are active charter grounds during this time. Get spoiled on board or head ashore for the best in shopping, tasting New England seafood or seeing the historic sights.