Why you need to book a St. Barts Yacht Charter

Renowned for its pristine white sand beaches, designer stores, world-class gourmet restaurants and unspoiled nature, the tropical paradise of St. Barts is waiting for you. A St. Barts yacht charter is the best way to explore everything this spectacular island has to offer in complete luxury and style.

Located within the French West Indies of the Caribbean, the volcanic island of Saint Barthélemy remains a popular yachting destination among the elite. Surrounded by sparkling azure waters, smooth currents and blue skies, this French-speaking prestigious jewel of the Caribbean is accredited with an internationally recognised French “art de vivre.” The charming capital of Gustavia is known throughout the region for its historical significance and is filled with colonial buildings that reflect its history. A dream destination for those looking for excitement, leisure and more, there are countless activities to enjoy both on land and off. For those looking to relax under the sun, a St. Barts charter offers several stunning beaches for tanning, swimming and more. Some of the most popular beaches include Gouverneur Beach, Grand Fort and Shell Beach, which all offer a variety of amenities such as restaurants, picnic areas and more. Shell Beach remains unique in its own right with its pink sands, rocky cliffs and thoughts of tiny shells, which make it perfect for snorkelling, while Gouverneur Beach is said to be one of the most beautiful beaches on the island as it is surrounded by lush vegetation and hills. Colombier Beach is the perfect place for anyone looking to sunbathe or stroll along the shore in privacy as it is only accessible via boat or foot. As it is also home to several beautiful rock formations, this beach is also a prime location for hiking. St. Barts also retains a solid reputation for snorkelling and scuba diving, as its clear waters are home to colourful coral reefs overflowing with vibrant tropical fish. Key areas that are perfect for snorkelling include the St. Barts nature reserve and marine park, which houses many types of coral reefs, angelfish, parrotfish and more and offers tons of sites for both beginners and advanced divers. The island is also known for its calm currents and protected bays, ensuring it is a great place to enjoy a broad range of water activities, like kitesurfing, windsurfing, and paddle boarding.

On land, St. Barts capital Gustavia shows traces of a long Scandinavian presence and fascinating French past. This picturesque city features a number of sightseeing locations, such as ruins of ancient forts, an Anglican Church, the famous Wall House and more. With white-walled houses with red roofs set around the sheltered harbour, this city may retain a traditional look and feel, but don’t let that fool you. The centre of St. Barts is a haven for high-end and designer shopping, fine dining and exclusive clubbing, all within the welcoming atmosphere of a town with an old-world charm. Some of the most beautiful superyachts in the world are moored year-round along the quay that faces the harbour, so why not add your own St. Barts yacht charter to the group? For more information on St. Barts and booking a St. Barts yacht charter, head to TWW Yachts today.

Westley Langston

The author Westley Langston