Caribbean yacht charter maintenance is very important for the crewed yacht fleet. The Caribbean crewed yachts for charter generally take advantage of August, September, and October to perform annual maintenance. Given that it is also one of the more active periods in the hurricane season, some yachts will spend that time in Trinidad, Grenada, the British Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico boatyards.
Trinidad is one of the most attractive of these locations. It is outside of the hurricane zone. Also, it has a well-equipped boatyard. Moreover, a highly skilled labor force is available at an attractive cost, with access to parts, lots of shoreside attractions, and an international airport served by major airlines.
Liberte is one of the yachts that have to spend their most recent annual maintenance times in Trinidad. Captain Gordon enjoys it and has formed many lasting friendships over the years. Many of the yachts begin the journey north around the end of October. To start the new charter season with a fresh look, rested crew (hopefully), and all systems in A1 condition.
Charterers can charter and enjoy the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Antigua, St. Kitts, and Nevis as the yacht make its way back to the Virgin Islands. It is a beautiful chance to see these diverse islands.