Also called “hotel rooms on the water”, a charter yacht is completely self-sufficient, offering luxurious accommodations, full service, and gourmet cuisine, all on board your own floating water oasis for a great “Get-away”. Hurricanes have been a part of life in the Caribbean for centuries, and the islands and islanders are very resilient. Hotels and villas may take longer to resurrect, but yachting in the Caribbean is open for business. Ships and planes full of provisions will service the Caribbean Islands just as always. Most of the marinas remain intact in even the islands where Irma showed no mercy. In those islands, blue tarp roofs will become a part of the winter landscape, however the strong Caribbean currents bringing fresh ocean waters are already washing away remnants of Irma and Maria and vegetation, always quick to grow in the sunny warm Caribbean, is on a fast track rebound.
The Caribbean is comprised of many islands that are located in over 500 miles of the Caribbean Sea from north to south, and islands from St. Lucia south were unaffected by Irma and Maria. Those further north are rebounding, and as always your charter yacht is your own oasis of luxury accommodation and gourmet cuisine in any charter location, along with full service, smiles, and fun in the sun.