Barbuda: Coral Sand & Snorkelling
Barbuda is the isolated little sister of Antigua and lies in the middle of the Leeward Islands. Make it a perfect stop off while cruising the archipelago. Barbuda’s pristine beaches are covered in pink coral sands and their beauty is arguably unrivalled in the Caribbean. Cruising the entire coastline takes no more than a day, but will reveal the best coves and bays, swimming spots and anchorages. Outdoor activities such as swimming, snorkelling, fishing, and caving are all possible here, while the spectacular marine life draws divers from around the world.
For bird lovers, the Frigate Bird Sanctuary, in Codrington Lagoon is a is teeming with rare and exotic birds, while those seeking Native American Culture should head to Indian Cave, containing ancient and fascinating petroglyphs. Other must-sees include Highland House, the perfectly preserved 18th-century stately home of the Codrington family, which is a monument of Britishness in the Caribbean. The island’s capital, Codrington, is a great place to stop for lunch or supper and stock up on provisions. With Caribbean flair, the atmosphere of the people, cafés and restaurants is uniformly laid back and cheerful. Grab a seat overlooking the harbour at sunset and absorb the Caribbean calm while reggae music hangs in the still air.
Walk for hours along the pristine sands of 17-mile beach
Take children horse riding in the shallows of the sea at Lighthouse Bay
Watch sunset at Coco Point where the windward and leeward sides of the island meet
The Caribbean: Beach bars & colourful markets
Probably one of the most desirable destinations of the world the Caribbean is synonymous with luxury and best explored by yacht with all the freedom and flexibility that allows.
Antigua: The laid-back Leeward Island
With its icing sugar beaches and gin clear waters, Antigua is among the most popular chartering territories.
Abaco Islands: Colourful, Colonial & Charming
The Abaco Islands is an archipelago home to some of the finest cruising grounds in the whole of the Bahamas, characterised by clear glass turquoise water and pure white powder sand beaches - mostly