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Philippines Yacht Charter

Sun-drenched beaches, vibrant coral reefs and azure lagoons await you at the ‘Pearl’ of Southeast Asia. Although the Philippines may not be the most obvious choice for a luxury charter getaway, this tropical country is home to more than 7,600 exotic islands surrounded by pristine, turquoise waters. A true playground for charter yachts, these beautiful and vastly untouched islands feature countless secluded beaches, varied landscapes and colourful natural reefs. Picture perfect white sand beaches giving way to dense, green forests on gently rolling hills, welcoming villages with friendly locals and divine food surrounded by crystal clear waters – this and more awaits you in the Philippines.


The capital of the Philippines, Manila, is the ideal place to begin or end your charter journey through this stunning region. Take your time to explore the city’s different areas and learn more about the varied cultures that formed this country. Enjoy the traditional Spanish architecture that successfully combines the tall, modern skyscrapers that filled the downtown. Visit the 16th-century Intramuros, which wall the city and stop by the magnificent 400-year old Chinatown for a real taste of life in the city.


Home to a simply gorgeous natural harbour, Mindoro is known for its stunning dive sites and lovely beaches. The long White Beach is dotted with bars and resorts, making it a great place to kick back and relax. Further inland, you can hike along a forest trail and visit the breathtaking Talipanan Falls and mountain views. Don’t forget to bring your diving equipment, as there is exceptional snorkelling and scuba diving to be found by its lovely coral gardens in the waters off of Sabang Beach.

Apo Island

Not only is this volcanic island home to one of the world’s best dive sites, but the Apo Reef Natural Park is also a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. The second-largest coral reef system in the world, it is unspoiled and teeming with live coral formations, vibrant marine life and glistening waters. See how many species of fish and mammals you recognise in the underwater dreamworld before heading ashore to Apo Island for a visit to its famous mangrove forest.




57m – Feadship – 2013