Cayman islands Yacht Charter Guide
While the Cayman Islands are a popular cruising destination, few venture further than Seven Mile Beach beach or Georgetown, leaving the rest of Grand Cayman and the other two islands as untouched havens of peace. The islands are quintessentially Caribbean – stunning white sands surrounding lush forests, and azure waters so clear that boats appear suspended. The gentle pace of life creates the perfect atmosphere to unwind and on Grand Cayman you will find every level of luxury if you want it. A Cayman luxury yacht charter is the ideal way to explore the famously beautiful beaches of the island and experience the underwater scenery. Blue seas belie wrecks, huge coral reefs and underwater waterfalls in some of the world’s best diving spots, while Little Cayman is excellent for fishing. Whether you’re seeking underwater adventures or ultimate relaxation, you will find it here.
Key Cruising Areas: Several anchorages and marinas around the three islands offer pleasant cruising options, and they are also an ideal starting point for a charter to Cuba or the Leeward Islands.
Don’t Miss: From the kaleidoscopic collection of starfish at Starfish Point to the iguanas at the Botanic Park in Grand Cayman, the islands are full of unique sites and activities. For an amazing experience, explore the Cayman Crystal Caves – incredible crystal formations throughout a maze of caves create a strangely peaceful ambience.
Best Spots for Wining and Dining: The largest of the islands – Grand Cayman – is filled with lovely resorts, great shopping and excellent dining options. Some of the best include the stunning Ristorante Pappagallo set in the mangroves of a lagoon, but for traditional Caribbean food with an international flavour book a table at the Grand Old House. Try the orange-crusted salmon paired with a chilled white from their extensive wine list.
Local Culture: The colorful heritage, cuisine and music are part of everyday life on the islands. The National Gallery is an interesting place to learn about Cayman history and see the national art collection, while the best way to experience modern culture is to time your trip to coincide with one of the vibrant festivals – Little Cayman’s Mardi Gras in March is a highlight of the Cayman calendar!
Best Beach: On the smallest island, Little Cayman, you will find the achingly romantic Point of Sand Beach. Hidden away on the eastern side of the island, the soft white sands fringed with palm trees are the ideal place to take a picnic and bottle of wine, and watch the Caribbean skies glow red as the sun sets.
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