A beautiful crossing in one of the most beautiful seas in the world: the Caribbean Sea.
On board your yacht crossing the waters that gave rise to the adventurous tales about pirates. A wonderful tour of Antilles: Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola (Dominican Republic) and Puerto Rico are the Greater Antilles, while the Lesser Antilles extend from Puerto Rico to the coast of Venezuela and Colombia. The tropical climate make this trip unforgettable. Beautiful sunsets that fade into a crystal clear sea are the backdrop for an incredible experience.
There will be a moment where seems to live there forever.
Cuba charms with its colonial-style structures, the most sensual dances and rhythms and rum-based cocktails (mojito). Havana, the capital island, is told through the Museo de la Revolucion, created within the former presidential palace of Batista and home of the famous Fidel Castro’s speech about Cuban people liberation. 15 kmfrom the capital is La Finca Vigia, beautiful estate, now a museum, where lived from 1940 to 1960, the writer Ernest Hemingway. Other notable colonial city is Trinidad: the old town completely intact is wonderful. Moving north-east of Havana, you’ll find Varadero to Guarda la Vaca, beautiful beaches. A simple dip and you'll be in Cayo (Cayo Coco, Guillermo): islets surrounded by coral reefs. Pinar del Rio and Sierra Maestra, with their natural parks, are great excursions for nature lovers. Once in the evening be satisfied with good sweettastelobster or, for those who love fishing, grilled fish, especially Merlin.
Facing the island of Cuba, Jamaica. Kingston, the capital, is reached by both yacht or plane. Here visit the Bob Marley Museum, the famous reggae singer. Back on board, you travel first to Ocho Rios, to admire a waterfall that falls on the beach before ending up at sea, and then to Montego Bay resort where you can enjoy with kite surfing, windsurfing and snorkeling. Negril is a must, tourist town with many traditional shops, reggae club and hotel complexes that run along a 12km white sand beach. From here you can dine at the small islands of shellfish and fresh fish.