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Sailing vacation in the Caribbean

Looking to charter a boat in the Caribbean? TheGlobeSailor is the best place for sailing lovers as well as beginners wanting to spend holidays on the water. Your advisor will find that perfect boat matching your requirements no matter if you are looking for sailing monohull, catamaran, a gulet, motor boat or a super yacht.  GlobeSailor’s database includes more than 12,000 boats. The latest product in GlobeSailor’s offer is a big number of Cabin Cruises.

This online yacht charter company is the best resource not only when looking for a yacht charter in the Caribbean but all around the world. With them, you can book boats in the Mediterranean, Atlantic Europe, Southeast Asia, Oceania, Northern Europe, North, central and South America, Indian Ocean, West Africa, as well as in the Middle East.

Some of the boats are available for direct bookings online, but if you wish to plan more meticulously, just submit your request and the website will connect you to a dedicated and knowledgeable advisor who is a specialist for the sailing area for which you are looking. Personalized service is just one of GlobeSailor’s strong points.GlobeSailor offers a wide range of quality yachts only with verified operators and very often at special rates. The website is offered in 7 languages and client support in more than 8 languages.

The Caribbean is a perfect place to rent a boat. Why? The sunny Caribbean enjoys year-round average temperatures ranging between 24°C (75°F) and 32°C (90°F) making it one of the most popular destinations for yacht charter. The Caribbean has a tropical climate, moderated  by the prevailing northeast winds. The water temperatures vary from 22 °C (72 °F) to 31 °C (88 °F). The temperatures are quite warm all year round, but there is a wet season from May-October, so the best time to charter these beautiful islands is generally December – April.

Explore the charming villages of Martinique, experience the vibe of Havana, discover the  islands rich in culture and natural beauty like in no other place. The Caribbean has about 50 international airports and the islands are easily accessible and well connected, which means that it is easy to plan your perfect sailing holiday no matter where you are coming from.

GlobeSailor’s fleet accounts for over 1,000 boats in this beautiful tropical paradise.  100% of the fleet is managed by certified professional local operators that meet quality and safety criteria.  You can either charter bareboat or with skipper, so you do not always have to have sailing license!

A boat you rent yourself without hiring a skipper/captain and without food included is called bareboat. To be able to bareboat, the person chartering the boat must be skilled, with navigation experience and preferably a sailing license, although a sailing resumé with past charter experience is more than sufficient to be approved for a bareboat charter in the Caribbean.

A crewed charter includes a skipper (captain), and you can also add a cook, food and most anything else you might need for your trip. When speaking of charter rates, charters are more expensive from December to mid-April. For lower rates, charter off-season but avoid the hurricane season. The hurricane months are from June through November and in general they affect areas north of Martinique.

Don’t miss out on the charter of a lifetime with GlobeSailor by your side!

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