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Barbados Luxury Yacht Charter

Barbados Yacht Charter Guide

Barbados is known for its sun, sea, sand, and rum! With all the elements of a perfect Caribbean yacht vacation, onshore you will discover that the island has even more to offer. Small but developed, the island exudes the energy and joy of its people and is full of activities and experiences to be had. Its blended history makes an intriguing culture where English afternoon teas and cricket are followed by fish sandwiches on the beach and horse rides through mountainous jungles – lookout for the wild monkeys. A private yacht charter will take you to soft golden sands with azure waters, bustling towns with excellent restaurants, and lagoons where you can take advantage of your yacht’s onboard toys.

Best Time To Visit: All year, but November to June offers warm, calm sailing conditions with little rain.

Key Cruising Areas: Barbados is the perfect start for a Caribbean cruise. Explore the Leeward islands or the further Antilles.

Don’t Miss: The Caribbean is famous for its rum, and nowhere less so than Barbados. As well as an essential element of tropical cocktails, rum is a part of the history and culture of the island. Visit the prestigious 300-year-old Mount Gay distillery for a glimpse into the history of this industry, with tasters!

Best Spots for Wining and Dining: Barbados may be the best place to eat in the Caribbean with many dining options including high-end restaurants. The excellent Cliff restaurant is dramatically perched above a glittering cove, with beautiful décor and exquisite food. Try the shrimp ravioli, but save space for one of their famous desserts.

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Best Local Dish: Flying fish is the national dish of Barbados. Join the locals with a flying fish sandwich from a fish shack and a glass of Mount Gay Extra Old, or for a sit-down lunch head to Surfer’s Café for casual-chic food.

Local Culture: With a rich history the capital city, Bridgetown, has become a UNESCO world heritage site. Wander around the National Heroes Square, see the impressive architecture of the parliament buildings, or for a great introduction to the culture take a Bajan walking food tour around downtown, where you will learn about the history that shaped the island and taste local specialties.

Best Beach: Home to some of the best villas on the island, Gibbes Beach is a favourite of the yachting crowd and celebrities. Anchor in the bay then enjoy the soft golden sand, incredibly blue water, and the magnificent villas!

IYC recommends: Walk through Old Town and seek out The Gourmet Shop. Pick up some fruit, bread, local specialties, and maybe a few souvenir coconut bowls, then ask your crew to pack you an evening picnic to enjoy under a star-studded night sky.

Top Yachts available for charter in Barbados

See below available yachts for charter in Barbados. Contact us to find out about additional yachts for charter available in the area.

    • 221'5"
    • 67.5m
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    • 2010


    From $550,000/week

    From $300,000/week

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