This prestigious crewed charter yacht has been built to the highest
standards in all aspects of yacht design including safety, style,
comfort, luxuries, navigational electronics and communication
One outstanding point about crewed charter yacht AnnaCay is her
formal circular Dining room area. Meals can be enjoyed in the
cockpit in her paradise surroundings, but there is also the attraction
of having meals in her unique dining room. Click
here for more pictures of the dining room area.
What better way to relax and enjoy the shining sun and crystal
clear blue waters of the Caribbean than to arrive aboard a private
luxury crewed Caribberan chartered yacht. Once you sink your toes
into the beautiful warm white sandy beaches, you'll want to explore
the culture and discover paradise.
With more than 36 islands and cays, the caribbean islands offer
beautiful white sandy beaches, excellent restaurants, nightlife
and numerous water activities. Enjoy snorkeling, scuba diving,
windsurfing, kayaking, daysails, powerboating, sailing, fishing
and swimming in the spectacular waters of the Caribbean.
Luxury crewed charter yacht AnnaCay now offer all-inclusive
The beautiful extensive and uncluttered teak decks allow privacy
to soak up the sun.
Meals may be enjoyed in the vast cockpit area with a large central
table incorporating a refrigerated drinks compartment. Alternatively,
on cooler evenings, one can dine in the upper raised saloon with
a 360-degree panoramic view. There is no limit to the sailing
distance that can be undertaken as the yacht is fully equipped
with necessities such as water and ice makers and ample fridge
and freezer storage.
The Leeward Island chain from St Martin in the north, Dominica
in the south and Antigua in the center, offers yet another type
of charter territory. With some longer passages between islands
in open sea conditions, this is the area for some of the best
sailing in the world. This is the ideal territory for the Superyachts
and luxury motor yachts.
The islands offer an extremely diverse range of island cultures.
Antigua itself is one of the major yachting centers in the Caribbean,
it has a rich history and in the 18th century, the famous Nelson's
Dockyard, English Harbour, was the base of the British Fleet in
the West Indies. The island has beautiful beaches, deeply indented
bays and has perfect sailing conditions year-round. Barbuda the
sister island to the north is a low flat island with miles and
miles of near-deserted sandy beaches.