Caribbean Yacht Charter – Affordable Vacations in 2023
Caribbean Yacht Charter – If you’ve ever dreamed of vacationing on a yacht in the Caribbean but left it at dreaming, this year may be the perfect time to make that dream a reality. Because of the current economic downturn, boat owners and charter companies all over the world are lowering prices, running specials, and throwing in extras to get bookings.
Moorings are currently offering $750 off on crewed charters, and 15% off PLUS free provisions or airfare rebates on bareboat vacations.
Caribbean Yacht Charter
BoatBookings have some great deals available. How about 2 weeks for the price of one on the Symphony II, a beautiful motor yacht that comes with all kinds of water toys and a chef. If you can’t take two weeks off, they are also offering or 15% off on weeklong, all-inclusive charters on the Symphony II.
If you prefer state-of-the-art sailing, you’re in luck. The Dreamcatcher, a gorgeous crewed 82-foot luxury sailing yacht is available in the Caribbean at a reduced rate of $28,000/week (the normal rate is $42,000/week).
For even more savings, consider bareboat sailing. You can find deals of up to 30% off the regular rate this spring and summer. I recently saw a great sailing catamaran out of St. Thomas available for $6,000/week, bareboat. It sleeps up to 10 people, so that’s only $600/person.
Have a honeymoon coming up? Check out the luxury catamaran “Pas De Deux” out of Tortola or St. Thomas. It has air conditioning throughout, Bose surround sound system, staterooms with en-suite baths, flat screen TVs and even a washer/dryer! Their current “Honeymoon Special” includes among other things: private transfer to the yacht, champagne reception, beachfront sunset dinner at Anegada, and accommodation in the Owner’s master cabin.
Remember, if you have your heart set on a particular yacht but don’t see any specials for it – don’t hesitate to ask. You never know what you might be able to negotiate, even if you’re not dealing directly with the boat owner.