10 Best Caribbean Resorts To Check Out On Your Next Yacht Charter

Popular for its tropical climate, the Caribbean attracts luxury yacht charterers during the fall and winter seasons.

Although it is a major factor, the warmth this famous destination offer tourists is not the only thing that will make you want to visit.

The Caribbean is also abundant with resorts that emphasize the picturesque sceneries while bringing your relaxing vacation to the next level.

1. Sugar Beach

Located within the Piton mountains in Soufrière, St. Lucia, the Sugar Beach offers a grand history and lovely view for group and solo charterers alike.

This picturesque bay was known to be a favorite destination for the late Lord Glenconner, the former owner of the Dublin Zoo. This 100-acre haven is also known to attract Hollywood legends.

Sugar Beach has a jetty where yacht owners and charterers like you can anchor in, allowing maximum appreciation of the clandestine beach. From there, you can proceed to your ultimate relaxation getaway in two ways: enjoying their spa alongside a waterfall or relaxing within the seclusion of their four-bedroom residences.

2. Jamaica Inn

Located in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, this popular resort emits a vibe perfect for a honeymoon. To top that off, it is situated only two miles from the Ocho Rios pier where you can moor your vessel for the ultimate romance and relaxation getaway.

As a low-key hotel, the 52-room Jamaica Inn boasts 60 years of specialized services that even newlywed Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller would love to honeymoon in.

3. The Amanera

Within the lush boundaries of the Dominican Republic lies Aman Resorts’ luxury hotel. This property is the group’s first resort that caters to those who like to play golf, also known as the “sport of kings.”

Guests who want to try golfing in the northern hemisphere of the Dominican Republic are in for a treat in Amanera. Of course, they might need to be a more careful about teeing off as they might lose a ball or two for missing holes since most are located along the oceanside.

4. Casa de Campo

Lain in a massive 7,000-acre land in La Romana, Dominican Republic, Casa de Campo welcomes charterers who wish to undergo sportfishing. The place is known for its abundant sea treasures and is a perfect spot for finding blue marlins, tuna and other native fishes such as mahi-mahi and wahoo.

With over 60 villas to choose from, guests can enjoy being king or queen for a week (or more) after fishing as some of Casa de Campo’s bigger residences offer butler service and access to their luxurious private pool.

5. The Pink Sands Club


The Canouan, Grenadines is famed as a top destination for celebrities because of its bright green islands and azure waters. Taking advantage of this fact, the Pink Sands Club located in the northern portion of the island is cradled within the bounds of the powdery white Godhal Beach.

This resort is perfect for yacht charterers as they offer accommodation within the Glossy Bay Marina that can house even superyachts that are 90 meters in length.

6. The French Leave Eleuthera

The French Leave Eleuthera is a 270-acre property that overlooks that clear waters of Governor’s Harbour in the Bahamas. This resort is well-known among charterers as it offers a marina with two slips that can hold a 54.8-meter vessel.

Designed with shaded verandas, this Caribbean destination is sure to make your vacation worthwhile as it allows guests to rest easy in one of their 12 colonial-style villas.

7. Over Yonder Cay

The Bahamas is home to a lot of charter destinations because of its praise-worthy waters. Among the resorts that contribute to this popularity is the Over Yonder Cay.

Found in an island along the Exuma chain, this property is popular for its superyacht-like amenities developed by no less than an experienced yacht owner.

Some of their offerings include a golf course, a private movie theatre, and an entire fleet of vessels that can be used for all your sea-related adventures.

8. Jumby Bay

Located in Antigua, the Jumby Bay offers an escape from your stressful busy life. This private island discovered by Christopher Columbus maintained the simplest way of life as herds of sheep roam free and bicycles are practically the most advanced mode of transport on land.

Although secluded, this island is known to provide the best experience for charterers with its cottage bedrooms and the sophisticated restaurants where you can relish meals like lobster tail with Armagnac flambé and chocolate soufflé.

9. The Grace Bay Club

Found along the Turks and Caicos Islands, the Grace Bay Club highlighted the stark contrast of the azure sea and pure white sand beaches. Their Providenciales branch, although located in a meager 11-acre area, is considered as one of the best spots the early developers got the privilege to cultivate.

10. Rosewood Mayakoba

If you’re looking for a place where the ecology is taken cared of a lot, then Rosewood Mayakoba is the place for you.

Situated along a mile-long arc of beaches in Riviera Maya, Mexico, this resort received the Rainforest Alliance Certification. The best part is, it can accommodate vessels up to 45 meters long.

Same with other Caribbean destinations, this property also offers spa services and comfortable lodging. However, it stays ahead of the others because of its onboard Eco Tour led by a biologist who can help you explain the wonders of nature to your children.

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