Yachting in St. Barts
If you'd rather spend a sailing trip sipping on a tropical beverage than tacking and jibing, you might want to take a yacht out to sea in St. Barts.2015-12-28
If you'd rather spend a sailing trip sipping on a tropical beverage than tacking and jibing, you might want to take a yacht out to sea in St. Barts. While staying at Caribbean villas this summer, you'll undoubtedly want to spend most of your time at the beach, so why not do it with high-class activities?
Most boats dock from the port of Gustavia, where a 300-yard-long channel leads boats to the open water, where you can catch a glimpse of dolphins and breaching whales.
"There is no place in the world where you will see so many beautiful yachts in one place," Alan Jaouena, captain of one of the numerous boats in the area, told Yachting Magazine. "St. Barts is where all of the best boats of the Mediterranean, Caribbean and East Coast meet in the winter. There's nothing like it in the world."
If you love the beautiful waters of the Caribbean, there's no better way to experience the aquatic wonderland surrounding St. Barts than on a yacht. Guests at luxury rentals have dozens of villas to choose from and should book in advance to ensure they get their fill of an unforgettable vacation at sea.