Bahamas and Caribbean Yacht Charters


With over 700 islands just east of Florida, the Bahamas are the undiscovered crown jewel of the yachting world. Taylor’d Yacht Charters can put you amid hundreds of uninhabited cays, miles of white and pink sand beaches, and coral reefs that stretch as far as the eyes can see.  These are the Bahamas!  Interests as varied as bone fishing, blue water game fishing, kayaking through tidal rivers, and beachcombing for that perfect shell can all be satisfied on a “Taylor’d Made” luxury Caribbean yacht charter vacation in the Bahamas.  There are several major island chains to explore.


Stretching over 600 miles, this chain of islands between Puerto Rico Yacht Charters and the Venezuelan Coast shimmers in the Caribbean Sea.  Beginning with Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Yacht Charters in the North, the Leeward Islands in the middle, and the Windward Islands to the South, the Eastern Caribbean offers azure water and white sand beaches.  There is surely something for everyone.

Whether you are looking to island hop during your Taylor’d Caribbean private yacht charter vacation, or simply soak up some sun, a range of scenery and activities abound.


Encompassing the Yucatan Peninsula, Belize, Costa Rica, and Panama, the Western Caribbean is a charterer’s delight.  Quiet waters from the Caribbean Sea lap a shoreline with an ancient past.  Mexico’s Caribbean coast cradled the advanced civilization of the Maya with ruins, such as Tulum and Chichen Itza, that are still standing as testimony.

With lots of different ecosystems, including coral reefs and lush tropical jungle, this is heaven for nature lovers.  Tom and Sandy of Taylor’d Yacht Charters suggest the Zip Line to experience an exhilarating view of the jungle while zipping 100’s of feet in the air from tree to tree.  Unbelievable coral reefs for snorkeling and diving can be found all along the coast of Belize.  Visits to Tobacco Caye, Lighthouse Reef, and Ambergris Caye are must see stops on any Belize itinerary.

Lying to the south of Mexico stands a reef system that rivals the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.  With 200 miles of coral reef skirting the coastline, the crystal clear water is almost unbelievable.