Best Charter Services

The main city is Esperanza, with its lovely beachfront promenade, is lined with picturesque restaurants. One of the highlights to seeing Vieques is that a night time trip to Mosquito Bay, stated to include the highest degree of bioluminescence on the planet. The massive levels of micro-organisms give off an eerie glow when disturbed by motion in the water. You can dinghy over from your anchorage from Ensenada Sun Bay if the waters are calm. Otherwise, it might be well worth hiring a few of the numerous personal tour operators from Esperanza to take you to a night dive, kayak or boat excursion to experience this remarkable phenomenon.

Your last night on your own sailing charter ought to be spent anchored in Green Beach, situated at the western end of Vieques. The shore, with its stretch of sand that is palm-lined, looks through the water into El Yunque in Puerto Rico, just six miles to the westcoast. If you’re searching for anchoragespristine white beaches, and onshore immersion to the Spanish Caribbean culture together with neighborhood residents, unaffected by tourism or development the Virgin Islands are right for you! All these subtropical islands and cays will offer a sailing charter opportunity completely distinctive from the neighboring U.S. and British Virgin Islands. Among our yachts that offer a Spanish Virgin Islands sailing holiday that is perfect is your charter yacht Marolanga.

Yet, just 15-20 miles from these islands, and just 6 miles to the east of Puerto Rico, places the Spanish Virgin Islands, also known as the “Passage Islands. The anchorages around Culebrita are deserted during the week, however, the weekends are another story. Everyone using a quick power boat, seems to create Culebrita choice’s weekend party destination. It dance to blaring salsa music on deck could be enjoyable to people watch, as families laugh, talk about a drink or 2 and disappear at sunset. The final stop on your sailing charter to the Spanish Virgin Islands are the island of Vieques. Twenty-one kilometers long and three to four miles wide, many cruisers believe the bays, coves, and beaches of the island that the best of all Virgin Island anchorages. Because of its recent history because of U.S. bombing practice website, the island was untouched by developers, (although besides St. Croix, is the biggest island in both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.) With a population of just 8,000 human inhabitants residing in the center part, the island is home to a herd of roaming goats, a few skinny cows, and crazy paso fino horses.

Most sailors travel by horseback. The dive and Caribbean sites are some of the Caribbean! This is the perfect destination to spend in your sailing charter vacation. You will not have any choice except to enjoy the natural beauty of the island. Home to just about 2,000 residents, who reside purely by “island time,” this island does not have any resorts or nightclubs to entertain you personally. Dewey’s town is comprised of a handful of restaurants and bars, whose owners may or may not chose to start them and a assortment of two-story wooden lean-tos. These lands are home to endangered sea turtles, including a few 50,000 sea creatures, plus the leatherback turtle. There are 3 roads on Culebra – leading to a shore. The most famous and perhaps most striking from the complete Caribbean is Playa Flamenco. This deserted, broad, smooth beach is made up as powder sugar. If hiking is not your thing, it is possible to have a dinghy ride through the swamps off Esnenada Honda near Dewey. Or, anchor your sailing vacation Dakity Harbor or even Bahia de Almadovar for a day of snorkeling. There’s a reason the Puerto Rican tourist division requires Culebra, “the fishiest location in Puerto Rico!” A number of the Caribbean’s best snorkeling and diving is available on Culebra, whose possessions will also be shielded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Tranquil waters and coral reefs offer an remarkable opportunity to observe barracuda, stingrays, parrotfish, trumpet fish, blue tangs, deep sea fans, and an assortment of colorful coralreefs, in addition to a chance to swim with sea turtles. At night, in the quiet anchorage of Bahia p Almadovar, you can see the twinkling lights of St. Thomas 15 miles away come on as the sun sets on another perfect day of your sailing charter. Another anchorage to your sailing charter would be the little cay. The snorkeling here is excellent. The beaches are fabulous, especially the sand crescent across the shore. Sailing round the Vieques Sound and leaving Fajardo, Isla Palominos is a superb introduction to the region. The reef around the northern shore is a great place to snorkel. Isla Palominos is the best place dine on the fresh tuna or bonito you captured trolling out from the noise and to see the sunset over the rainforest of El Yunque. The place to research will be Cayo Luis Pena, just off the island of Culebra. This uninhabited, wildlife refuge has hiking trails and beaches that are magnificent. For the sailing charterer this is the spot. If you’ve got a dinghy, and conditions are mild, the anchorage is a fantastic place to launch diving or snorkeling expeditions into the reefs including Cayo Yerba and Las Hermanas, from Culebra.

Lobster season is year-long, so your next meal could be located under a coral overhang. This anchorage provides a sunset view of the El Yunque rainforest. Imagine sitting in dusk dining in your own catch with this unbelievable view! On Cayo Luis Pena’s west is located Isla de Culebra is unspoiled beauty of the island, an 11 square mile. Attracted by its seclusion, its spectacular miles and miles of beaches, is the town of Dewey. The fact that the Marines and U.S. Navy used the islands for bombing practice before 2003 also retained land programmers, commercialism, along with an abundance of sailing charters away. The outcome is pristine and unspoiled islands, together with spacious deserted sandy beaches; crystal clear turquoise blue water, along with intact reefs teeming with fish, coral and crustaceans. There are mountains nearly vacant anchorages, as well as the allure of the BVI from thirty-five years. If you are looking for a somewhat pure heaven for another vacation aboard a sailing holiday the Spanish Virgin Islands would be your answer! Ceded to the United States in 1898, this region is made up of the islands of Culebra and Vieques along with their islets and cays. The Spanish Virgin Islands have been a secret,again in the times of Bluebeard and other pirates who used the islands. The Spanish Virgin Islands can be easily reached from this town of Fajardo, wherever your sailing boat will be berthed. Regardless of whether you have a sailing charter or are bareboating, it’s worthwhile to take just a few days before or after your charter to explore the island.

Three highlights not to overlook comprise Old San Juan, El Yunque rainforest, and Rio Camuy Cave Park. Wander one of the seven square block area known as “Old San Juan”, also it’s not hard to see why it is thought to be among the best preserved treasures of Spanish colonial architecture. Narrow roads are all lined with a few of the structures in the Western Hemisphere. Wrought iron balconies and their vivid facades are a delight. Using its courtyards, antique stores and art galleries, the old world influence is readily appreciated. There are numerous waterfalls, a plethora of fauna and flora, in addition to 50 types of orchids. There are several miles of well-marked paths (lots of paved) to explore. It is. It is the third river cave system in the world. A two-hour tour permits you to investigate the acres of tunnels, including sinkholes, stalagmites, stalactites and rivers. While mainland, Puerto Rico has a lot of websites that are excellent. Your sailing adventure begins as you explore the islands.