Anguilla Yacht Charters

Twelve miles of stunning, white powder sand and tranquil, transparent waters ranging from aquamarine to cobalt blue have earned Anguilla the reputation of having the best beaches in the world.

“Anguilla is ranked number one world’s best all around beaches.” — The Travel Channel

Anguilla’s 33 pristine beaches are all public. Equally uncrowded and unspoiled, each cove, bay, and stretch of sand is marked by unique characteristics such as rock and coral formations and picturesque tropical plants.

The island’s waters are warm and welcoming year-round. You can swim, sail, and snorkel just a few feet off shore. Once you’ve
worked up your appetite on the water, look no further than one of the many beachside bistros and bars that overlook the long ribbons of soft white sand, or if you prefer you can go back aboard your chartered yacht that you have chartered from Taylor’d Yacht Charters and have a gourmet dinner.

Known as “the cuisine capital of the Caribbean,” Anguilla’s award-winning dining scene offers discerning travelers a supreme selection of gastronomic diversions. More than 70 dining experiences ranging from elegant gourmet eateries to casually chic beachfront bistros and bars to festive roadside grills can be found across this island.

Whether the dining table is candlelit or canopied by a colorful beach umbrella, Anguilla’s sumptuous fare is prepared by world-renowned chefs and award-winning locals who create the eclectic flavor of our island’s cuisine. Choices range from Caribbean to French, Mediterranean to Continental, Creole to Italian, American to Indo-Chinese, and most importantly, indulgent to inexpensive. Given the abundance of fresh seafood, there are plenty of options for creative cookery.

Anguilla’s deeper waters are alive with beauty and history. Our island’s seven marine parks — Dog Island, Prickley Pear, Seal Island Reef System, Little Bay, Sandy Island, Shoal Bay Harbour Reef System, and Stoney Bay Marine Park — are home to everything from living limestone walls to century-old shipwreck.