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Travel Style: Private Yacht
Chartering a private yacht is the perfect way to explore the Belizean coast. This journey eases you into a world of natural wonders amid a series of marine preserves tucked behind the protective barrier reefs off the Belizean coast.
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Experience: Crewed Yacht Charter
Unspoiled and less crowded than other parts of the Caribbean, Belize is a laid-back paradise very similar to the cruising grounds of the South Pacific. Known for world-class snorkeling and scuba diving, superior chartering in protected waters, and unparalleled natural beauty, a Belize cruising vacation is unique and special.
A Belize cruising itinerary eases you into a world of natural wonders amid a series of marine preserves tucked behind the protective barrier reefs off the Belizean coast. The islands and cayes are mostly uninhabited, fringed with swaying palms or lined with lush stands of mangroves. White-sand beaches front secluded anchorages with kaleidoscopic colors of brown, orange, green, and blue over the reefs. Balmy trade winds blow steadily and sure, promising exquisite cruising as you explore the less traveled charter grounds behind Belize’s barrier reef system. It’s one of the best in the world for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking, or just relaxing aboard while you admire the setting sun.
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Whipray Caye is located 4 miles northeast of Lark Caye. Just a five-minute boat ride away is some of the best fishing you’ll find anywhere with tarpon, bonefish, snapper, grouper, and more. Whipray Caye Lodge’s open-air Sea Urchin Bar and Restaurant serves up a variety of Belizean and American food, mostly fresh catches, and the fully stocked bar serves the coldest beer for miles around. Cruising in Whipray Caye waters is a delightful part of any cruise in Belize. [/su_spoiler]
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Part of Belize’s World Heritage Site, South Water Caye is situated on the barrier reef on the north side of the quarter-mile-wide South Water Pass. Palms rise skyward from pristine beaches. On the east side of the caye, the barrier reef drop-off is close to the beach, providing an ideal location for some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in Belize. South Water Caye yachting is not to be missed. [/su_spoiler]
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Cruising in Cocoa Plum Caye waters brings you to the northern boundary of the protected South Water Marine Reserve, in the Coco Plum Range of islands. Scenic, remote, and breathtakingly beautiful, a visit to these waters is a highpoint of a cruise in Belize. The beaches are superb, and there’s a restaurant and two bars at Thatch Caye Resort, making a trip ashore even more appealing. [/su_spoiler]
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Situated midway between Quamino Caye and the Slasher Sand Bore at the north end of Victoria Channel, the two cayes that comprise Lagoon Caye are breathtakingly beautiful. The deep-water lagoon at the northernmost caye is quite scenic, enhancing your experience of yachting in Lagoon Caye waters. [/su_spoiler]
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Experience all the desirable traits of a deluxe private island at Hatchet Caye. Nestled just 25 nautical miles off the coast of Placencia, Hatchet Caye offers a delightful mix of natural beauty, fun activities, and best-in-class accommodations. Home to the premier Hatchet Caye Resort, seclusion and leisure take on new meaning at this exclusive little island, which only hosts about 16 guests at a time. The island staff’s warm hospitality will make you feel right at home, even though you’re miles away from ordinary, without a care in the world. From the resort restaurant to the luxurious menu of spa services, Hatchet Caye is a place unlike any other. [/su_spoiler]
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Before an overnight at Lark Caye take a day sail to Ranguana Caye. Situated on the barrier reef near Ranguana Pass, Ranguana Caye is the largest of several others that extend southward from Queen Cayes. Cruising in Ranguana Caye waters is very scenic, simply lovely by any standards. The unspoiled white-sand beaches are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and snorkeling. After a day of exploring head to Lark Caye, a pristine location ideal for snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing. [/su_spoiler]
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Yachting in Placencia waters brings you to a delightfully picturesque village. A lovely, crescent-shaped beach lined with a long row of palms borders the small town. Beautiful flowers, thick stands of trees, and quaint framed houses on stilts add to the idyllic tropical setting. The people of Placencia are warm and friendly, making your visit even more pleasant. [/su_spoiler]
Please note that this itinerary serves only as a brief example of what we can arrange and is subject to change, depending on weather conditions, progressing harbor clearances and other deciding factors.
Civilized Adventures curates each charter itinerary on an individual basis. Please contact us to customize your yacht adventure and to know more about our options for extensions in Belize.
THE MOORINGS 4800
3 CABINS – 6 GUESTS – 2 CREW – 14,75 M
A crewed charter aboard The Moorings 4800 is exclusively about you. From all-inclusive gourmet meals and refreshing cocktails served up by your personal chef to secluded, gorgeous vistas navigated to by your knowledgeable captain, every experience aboard the 4800 is custom-tailored meet to your every need. Rise with the morning sun and dive deep into azure waters, or relax the day away and explore a nightlife paradise as you drink and dance under the stars; the choice is always yours on this elegant crewed yacht.
The Moorings 4800 features three spacious guest cabins, all with private en-suite baths. In addition, you and your group will enjoy a number of state-of-the-art features including a large forward cockpit with access to the spacious air conditioned interior, a gorgeous saloon with a plush u-shaped settee and entertainment center, as well as an aft cockpit with a large dining table and wrap around seating with stools. Experience the Moorings 4800 and discover a personal paradise of unforgettable proportions.
The best time for yachting in Belize is from late November to mid-April, during the country’s dry season.
Average Weekly Sailing Charter Rate
The Moorings 4800 private charter starts from USD$23,600 per week (shoulder season).
Enjoy an all-inclusive experience including the service of a crew, all your meals and beverages and use of water sports equipment.
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