Gone are the days when resorts were the only way to experience the Caribbean in style. With the ever growing yacht charter industry, people are flocking to this freeing and personalized vacation style. The ever changing scenery, access to an array of activities and comfort on board makes a luxurious catamaran charter in Antigua an incredibly dynamic way to work out your wanderlust.
One of the many advantages of a catamaran is its shallow draft (sailor speak for depth of the boat under the water). This gives the catamaran the amazing ability to tuck into lots of “secret spots” and small ports, inaccessible to deeper draft vessels. Antigua is rich with beaches and anchorages where we are also able to head to the “front row,” just a short swim to the beach. The added width of the catamaran also gives it significantly more stability. Unlike its mono hull counterparts you can set your wine glass down in most conditions and not have to worry about it sliding off the counter!
Another benefit of a catamaran charter is the generous amount of space. With so much more square footage and living space the catamaran is an easy choice for added comfort. This provides for endless room for sunning, socializing, and sailing on deck while you make your way around the island.
Antigua is the perfect catamaran charter destination for anybody looking for a more “experiential” holiday. It allows you to engage with the country you are visiting in a meaningful, hands-on way compared to traditional resort trips or big island cruise ships. You get to take the time to really visit the different ports and take in the food, music, and culture – really get to know the country you are visiting. There are so many places to visit and things to see that no matter which way the wind is blowing you will arrive somewhere beautiful to visit. The real advantage of the catamaran charter in Antigua is that you can do all this while in a personalized setting where you have a real say in the itinerary and can literally choose your own adventure. All you have to do is settle in and sail the days away.