Hundreds Of Beaches Waiting To Be Explored In Antigua
Here you will find unpretentious charm in the Antiguan towns, an interior of lush green beauty, coves and crystal clear waters all around. For a private yacht charter, Antigua is the ideal destination. Fly across the water on your charter’s jet skis or snorkel in the shallow waters and coral reefs at one of the hundreds of spectacular beaches. When you’re finished splashing in the Caribbean Sea, Antigua’s zip line will get your heart pumping, and the local lifestyle will make a mark on it forever.
With parties, beaches and five-star resorts, Antigua has just what you need, no matter what you seek.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
Throughout the season, Antigua is bustling with visitors. Shops, restaurants and bars are busy, beautiful golden bodies are sprawled along the beaches, and the nightlife is electric. At its height, in December and January, the streets are packed, marinas and full, and superyachts drop anchor all around the island.
What’s great about a boat charter to Antigua is the short peak season – just December and January. That makes November, February and March shoulder months where the weather is still beautiful, and the charter prices drop significantly.
Activities & Experiences
While on the island of Antigua, the daily must do is to visit the beaches, beaches, beaches. Tendering around the island and dropping anchor wherever strikes your fancy is one way to try and see as much as possible. But there are certainly some standouts amongst the 365 on offer.
On the northwest corner, Dickenson Bay is the most developed beach on the island. This is the place for 5-star service, shallow waters, white sand, and ultimate relaxation.
Half Moon Ba
On the east coast, Half Moon Bay has been voted one of the world’s best beaches. It’s a long stretch of white sand, part of a national park, and a popular destination for barbecues and beach games.
On the south of the island, by the village of Old Road, Carlisle Bay has a protected anchorage and calm, crystal clear waters revealing a vibrant array of tropical fish. This is the place to put on your mask and fins.
On the northern Atlantic side of the island, Jabberwock Beach is the destination for wind and kite surfing. Its mile-long white sand beach attracts water sports enthusiasts and loungers alike. With warm waters, it’s an ideal beach where days can pass by in absolute bliss.
Once You’ve Had Enough Of The Water…
After days spent beside or atop the water, there is plenty still to see and do on your charter of Antigua.
- Nelson’s Dockyard: Now the Nelson’s Dockyard National Park, the dockyard dates back to the 1800s when England had a powerful navy here.
- Shirley Heights: A restored military lookout, Shirley Heights offers the island’s best vantage point to see out to the sea and all around the island. Here you will also find the Shirley Heights Restaurant serving up Caribbean cuisine, weekly parties and the best view on the island.
- Jumby Bay: An uber-luxe private island by Antigua, Jumby Bay is the place to treat yourself to high-end waterside dining, lounging and cocktails.
What To Expect When Booking A Yacht Charter In Antigua With Ahoy Club
Ahoy Club makes your Antigua yacht charter booking experience seamless, smooth and all-inclusive. We have a history of delivering first-class yacht chartering solutions for more than 10 years. In that time, we have perfected the blend of tech innovation and hands-on service.
VIPs deserve VIP treatment. Our booking platform saves you precious time, identifying quickly what you expect on board and the type of vessel that will meet your discerning tastes. From more than 4000 yachts, our proprietary software pairs you exclusively with those relevant to your search. No time wasted browsing vessels that don’t meet your needs. Once your ideal boat is found, booking is completed online and then it’s over to the hands-on portion of our VIP service.
Through your personal Customer Experience Manager, you can find the perfect itinerary for your yacht charter to Antigua. They can help with recommendations and act as a liaison between you and your captain. Your CEM ensures everything runs smoothly during your stay on board, including pre-planning to make sure you see and do everything that excites you