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Belize Yacht Charter

Teeming with British and Spanish cultural influences and origins going as far back as the Mayan civilisation, there is no country in Central America quite like Belize. A former British Colony, Belize is home to the 300km long Belize Barrier Reef Reserve, the world’s second-longest unbroken barrier reef after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. A UNESCO World Heritage protected site; the reef is home to various marine life and natural splendours like The Great Blue Hole, a massive sinkhole. Sheltering a network of bays and cays, it is truly a special charter destination. Its glistening waters, paired with its tropical jungles and ancient ruins on land, make it the perfect tropical getaway for nature lovers and adventurers alike.

Belize City

The largest city in Belize and former capital of British Honduras, this port city is also the gateway to the Mayan ruins of Altun Ha. Divided into the north and south sides by Haulover Creek, take some time to admire its older colonial structures near the coast before going to the north side to learn more about the country’s rich history. If time permits, visit Altun Ha, 30 miles north of the city, where you can walk among ancient ruins built by the Mayans in 800 to 900 BC.

Ambergris Caye

The largest island in Belize, Ambergris Caye is largely untouched by tourism, despite it being one of the most popular destinations. Home to just one town, San Pedro Town, this island has been a hub for maritime trade for centuries. Enjoy its many pristine beaches, swim and snorkel along the stunning Barrier Reef before stopping by one of its many dive sites, such as Hol Chan Marine Reserve, to truly take in its beautiful underwater life.

The Great Blue Hole

No visit to Belize is complete without stopping by the world-famous Great Blue Hole. A natural wonder, this perfectly circular underwater sinkhole in the Lighthouse Reef Atoll measures 318 metres across and 124 metres deep. Certified scuba divers are in for the dive of their life, while the area’s rich offering of coral formations, marine life and stunning caves filled with stalactites should not be missed.




57m – Feadship – 2013