Caribbean Sailing Holidays. The Caribbean and sailing are two terms closely associated when it comes to spending holidays in the Caribbean, and it has become a hub for people eager to take to the sea and discover on their yacht. Caribbean sailing holidays are among one the most preferred vacations in the world during the winter times.
Some key factors have made the Caribbean one of the most appealing sailing holiday destinations in the world.
The consistent good sailing conditions around the Caribbean islands make it a perfect sailing destination. On the other hand, glorious sunshine and favourable temperature are also plus points for the sailors- both beginners and experienced.
The main thing that makes the Caribbean a great sailing destination is the variety of places you can go. It is also home to many different cities, marinas, and other anchorages, facilitating you to map the ideal holidays.
Grenada is a very good base for Caribbean sailing. It is also known as ‘The Spice Island’- for its spices, chocolate, and friendly local people. Most noteworthy, Grenada is worth visiting for everyone. The historical town of St. George’s and also the steep zigzag streets take the visitors back to the 1600s. Finally, you can choose many things to see and do in Grenada on your Caribbean sailing holidays:
Grace Bay in the Turks and Caicos Islands is simply gorgeous and so seems too beautiful to be real. Shiny white sand merges with clear waters to create an alluring shade of blue for eight kilometers. Swimming in the crystalline shallows is awesome. Tropical fish darting among the coral in the nearby Princess Alexandra Marine Park can be much amusing. Besides, exclusive resorts and plenty of restaurants are standing marvelously along the shoreline.
Petit St. Vincent is a private resort with turquoise waters around. It is beautiful, and you can visit their bar and restaurant. You can find the small sandbank of Mopion just adjacent to Petit St. Vincent, which supports one solitary beach umbrella.
Carriacou (also called Kayryouacou by early settlers) is an underdeveloped island with all fantastic charms of its own. The island is surrounded by reefs and these reefs, full of fish and coral, are one of the best rated in the world. Moreover, you can have an excellent diving experience here. Tyrell Bay offers you a safe, calm anchorage and is a point of entry for Grenada. Furthermore, you will get friendly people, superb natural scenery and beautiful beaches in Carriacou.
When it comes to New Years’ celebrations there’s arguably no more popular place to celebrate than at Foxy’s “Old Years Night” on Jost Van Dyke. Subsequently, the BVI is probably the hottest and most popular destination in the Caribbean for Christmas and New Year. But don’t fret, check out our page with some highly recommended availability for Christmas and New Year!
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