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Antigua Yacht Charter

Secluded, tropical, and peaceful, Antigua is the perfect luxury charter yacht destination. One of the two main islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, the island is known for its powder-white beaches, turquoise waters, and pristine coral reefs. Home to over 365 beaches, one for each day of the year, Antigua also boasts a rich maritime history. It houses the only Georgian dockyard in the world and was a former base of the British Navy. Offering several activities for the entire family to enjoy, from exploring the local harbour towns to scuba diving and sunbathing, it’s a Caribbean destination like no other.

English Harbour

Home to perfectly preserved historical buildings, a stunning marina, and the restored Nelson’s Dockyard, no visit to Antigua is complete without paying a visit to English Harbour. Take in the colonial architecture, explore the Dockyard and stop by the museum, established in 1855. Be sure to take a hike up to Shirley Heights, a former military lookout for a panoramic view.

Falmouth Harbour

Located within Saint Paul Parish, Falmouth Harbour offers numerous activities to take part in – both on land and in water. Visit the marina, one of its many historical sites, and its museum. Adventurers will enjoy exploring one of the hiking trails inland or snorkeling through its warm, azure waters, home to pristine coral reefs and some of the best scuba diving in the area.

Galleon Beach

For the perfect peaceful day, take to the soft, golden sands surrounded by the rich, green vegetation which makes up Galleon Beach. Located by English Harbour, this scenic beach is perfect for sun tanning, relaxing, and swimming. Those seeking adventure can hike to the Pillars of Hercules, a natural rock formation created by the wind, rain, and crashing waves.




57m – Feadship – 2013