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Antigua is part of the Leeward Island Group, aptly named after the easterly winds that prevail in the region. Antigua is an enchanting tropical with immaculate sandy beaches, clear blue waters and luxurious resorts, not to mention world-class restaurants and celebrated sporting events, all of which make it an attraction for the rich and famous.

Its location north of Barbados and east of the Virgin Islands makes Antigua the perfect place to start exploring the amazing Leeward Islands.

Antigua’s breath-taking landscapes, unique and vibrant island culture, quaint port towns and fishing villages, scores of beautiful beaches and the unbroken coral reef wall that provides protection make it a perfect destination for every kind of traveler.

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Bahamas - Marsh Harbour

The Bahamas are everyone’s idea of the perfect tropical paradise, with blue waters, fine beaches and amazing islands with an adventurous past that dates back to the discovery of the “New World” by Columbus. All this makes the Bahamas the perfect choice for a yacht charter holiday.

Only two hours from NY and one from Florida, the Bahamas hold an abundance of natural, historical and culinary delights, each island offering its unique personality, making the possibilities infinite when hopping from one island to the other.

All the islands are low and flat, with ridges that usually rise no more than 15 to 20 m (49 to 66 ft). The highest point in the country is Mount Alvernia, or Como Hill, which has an altitude of 63 meters (210 ft). To the southeast, the Turks and Caicos Islands, and three more extensive submarine features called Mouchoir Bank, Silver Bank, and Navidad Bank, are geographically a continuation of the Bahamas, but not part of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

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Grenada - True Blue Bay

Grenada is an island nation that incorporates Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Located in the southwestern part of the Windward Islands, Grenada is a beautiful island with great beaches and lush vegetation, and is a great alternative destination in the yacht charter paradise called the Caribbean..

The average temperature sits at a wonderful 25 °C and the gentle trade winds add to the pleasantness of the island. Historically Grenada was a plantation of Nutmeg and Cinnamon, and the scent of these spices remain in the air.

The capital city of St. George is where most of the genuinely friendly population of the island live. The city is built around a crescent-shaped harbour and is surrounded by a volcano crater. With its wealth of history and culture as well as natural beauty, St. Georhe is a popular tourist destination.

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Cuba - Cienfuegos

Located in the convergence point of the Caribbean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba lies only 85 NM south of Florida in the Northern Caribbean. The island is lined with white sand beaches, palm groves and clear blue waters.

The length of the island is 1250 kilometers and the warm and friendly population number about 11 million. In spite of its differences with the US, Cuba offers great yacht charters as well as wonderful music, and the best rum and cigars in the world.

The local climate is tropical, though moderated by trade winds. In general (with local variations), there is a drier season from November to April, and a rainier season from May to October. The average temperature is 21 °C in January and 27 °C in July. Cuba lies in the path of hurricanes, and these destructive storms are most common in September and October.

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Saint Lucia - Rodney Bay

Located in the eastern Caribbean, Saint Lucia has long been a top tourist destination for many reasons. In addition to being able to spend time relaxing on beautiful beaches, Saint Lucia offers visitors a wealth of activities to choose from. The island is one of the top whale watching sites in the world, and more than 20 species of whales can be found in the area.

Friendly, informative guides can transport you to the best spots to watch for whales, all while guiding you along the stunning coastline. In addition, the clear waters around the island provide the perfect opportunity to enjoy water sports. Deep sea fishing, diving and snorkeling are all readily available, as are qualified local guides to make sure you get the most out of your experience.

Kayaks are available for rent, and experienced guides will ensure you have all the necessary instructions and equipment before you set off on the tour of a lifetime.

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Saint Martin - Fort Louis

Divided into two sides, French and Dutch, Saint Martin is one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful islands.

Visitors can enjoy seemingly countless breathtaking beaches, coves, and resorts. The island’s sparking blue, crystal-like waters ripple under the bight Caribbean sun, making Saint Martin the quintessential destination for gorgeous sights, landscapes, and relaxing destinations.

From stunning beaches to luxurious spas, we take a look at its top must-see spots.

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Saint Vincent - Blue Lagoon

St Vincent’s stunning Blue Lagoon located at the south coast city of Calliaga. Sail past the breathtaking La Soufrière, a 4,000 foot high active volcano that dominates a landscape of billowing thick forests that dissolve into black and white-sand beaches.

Set sail upon the 16-mile passage to Britannica Bay, the only anchorage at exclusive Mustique Island. A hidden, tranquil paradise, the privately-owned island of Mustique has recently appealed to a wealthy clientele who, over the years, have built 90 palatial mansions sprawled across 1,400 acres.

Choose to explore the stunning nature trails by foot, bike or horseback, or prefer to make the most out of the snorkelling in vibrant coral reefs, the choice is yours! Don't forget to end the evening sitting at Basil’s Bar and Restaurant, perched on stilts over the Caribbean Sea, for panoramic views.

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