Yacht charter in the Caribbean

906 Boats to Rent in the Caribbean

Rent a boat in the Caribbean and taste the joy of relaxing aboard your yacht. Take advantage of the clear waters and sublime climate, and explore the Caribbean and its idyllic scenery whilst cruising in the sunshine. A boat rental in the Caribbean gives you the opportunity to enjoy scuba diving in an exceptional underwater world. The Caribbean is known for its countless coves and anchorage points which enable you to call at various destinations. Rent a boat in the Caribbean and head for the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Venezuela for a cruise that you will never forget.

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    Lagoon 450 - Lagoon (2013)Le Marin
    Capacity 12
    Cabins 6 cab
    Berths 10+2
    Engine 2x54hp
    Draught 1.30m
    Size 46ft
    from 3 200 €3 072 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
  1. Lavezzi 40 - Fountaine Pajot (2009)Le Marin
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 2x30hp
    Draught 1.10m
    Size 39ft
    from2 020 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
  2. Lipari 41 - Fountaine Pajot (2012)Le Marin
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 2x35hp
    Draught 1.15m
    Size 39ft

    Oleg : It was one of the best trip... read more

    from2 750 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
  3. Pogo 30 - Pogo (2015)Le Marin
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 2 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 1x18hp
    Draught 1.05m
    Size 30ft

    Peter : I had a specific desire to sail a Pogo 30 after reading such great reviews on the ship. Globe Sailor is great for specific questio... read more

    from1 700 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
  4. Pogo 12.50 - Pogo (2014)Le Marin
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 1x30hp
    Draught 1.20m
    Size 40ft

    Donald : The boat is very fast an in a good state. It's really a pleasure to sail the Pogo 12.50. At the beginning we had week winds (3-5 k... read more

    from3 600 €*from 28/10 to 04/11View details
  5. Lagoon 380 - Lagoon (2013)Le Marin
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 6 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.15m
    Size 38ft
    from2 200 €*from 06/10 to 13/10View details
  6. Lagoon 380 S2 - Lagoon (2009)Marigot
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 2x29hp
    Draught 1.15m
    Size 38ft
    from3 000 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
  7. Mahé 36 Evolution - Fountaine Pajot (2014)Le Marin
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6+1
    Engine 2x30hp
    Draught 1.10m
    Size 36ft

    Steven : The Mahe is a great boat for a couple to handle alone. Small enough to maneuver and control with ease. Provides plenty of space w... read more

    from1 950 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
  8. Orana 44 - Fountaine Pajot (2010)Le Marin
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 6 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 2x40hp
    Draught 1.10m
    Size 43ft
    from2 900 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
  9. Lagoon 450 - Lagoon (2012)Le Marin
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 2+6
    Engine 2x54hp
    Draught 1.30m
    Size 46ft
    with skipper / crew
    from3 000 €*from 14/10 to 21/10View details
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Navigation Conditions in the Caribbean

With its white beaches, sheltered anchorages and turquoise lagoons, the Caribbean is an ideal destination for a unique cruise. However, to have a successful Caribbean cruise, it is essential to have some understanding of the navigation conditions in the Caribbean archipelago.

First of all not all seasons are good for a cruise around Caribbean. Between 15 July and 15 November, the West Indies are prone to cyclones. It is therefore preferable to favour the European winter season for optimal sailing conditions, i.e. from December to April. However, it is possible to undertake a cruise beyond this particular time by following some basic rules to deal with the conditions faced in the Caribbean. During the peak hurricane season, it is recommended to navigate through the southern Caribbean as the most violent cyclones are concentrated mainly above 10 ° N.

The weather definitely requires some vigilance. The Caribbean is a region prone to the impact of trade winds. The pattern of the winds facilitates navigation in the Caribbean.

Thus, apart from the hurricane season, the sailing conditions in the Caribbean are relatively good, especially due to the proximity of one island to another, which allows visual navigation. There are few dangers which you should bear in mind - these are coral reefs and currents which may surprise with their strength. Be aware that sometimes the signage in Caribbean is insufficient and you may face unexpected dangers.Finally, it is recommended to start your cruise in morning and carefully plan when to moor as night falls quickly in the Caribbean. You will definitely enjoy all the attractions offered by Caribbean - spend few unforgettable days exploring marvellous seabeds, sunbathing on deck and swimming in clear warm water.

Enjoy your Caribbean cruise on board of one of the boats found on the GlobeSailor!
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