The British Virgin Islands are one of the most popular superyacht cruising grounds on earth, and little wonder. Not only do the BVIs offer lush rainforests, teeming coral reefs and idyllic white sand beaches, but their resorts, boutiques, marinas and restaurants are some of the finest to be found anywhere. One of the spectacular advantages of this sheltered archipelago is that the 60-plus islands are within a short distance of each other, making cruising effortless and endlessly beautiful. Whether you’re eating fresh-grilled lobster on the pink sands of Anegada, diving the shipwrecks of Wreck Alley, dancing to a reggae band at Willy T’s, or snorkelling through the immense granite boulder rock pools of Virgin Gorda, a BVIs yacht charter is pure exotic paradise.
Part-French, part-former Dutch colony, Saint Maarten
is a Caribbean island of exquisite beauty and vibrant culture. A yacht charterer visiting Saint Maarten might visit French Marigot, where decadent beach clubs and restaurants overlook the turquoise waters, and gorgeous old French buildings line the streets. The coastline of Saint Maarten is dotted with secluded anchorages and stunning beaches, and as you move to the Dutch side you’ll discover more still, with waving palms bending over long white sand beaches and luxury resorts and boutiques providing endless happy distractions to the discerning yacht charterer.