The fact that the Marines and U.S. Navy used the islands to bombing practice until 2003 also maintained land developers, commercialism, and an abundance of sailing charters away. The outcome is unspoiled and pristine islands, together with crystal clear turquoise water huge deserted white sandy shores, and healthful whole reefs teeming with coral, fish and crustaceans. There are hills anchorages that are nearly empty, as well as the natural allure of the BVI from thirty-five decades. If you are searching for a remote pure paradise for your next holiday aboard a sailing holiday, then the Virgin Islands would be your answer! The city is Esperanza, with its seaside promenade, is lined with restaurants.

One of the highlights to seeing Vieques is a night time trip to Mosquito Bay, believed to include the maximum degree of bioluminescence. When disturbed by motion in the water the massive levels of micro-organisms give off an eerie glow. Then you can dinghy over from the anchorage from Ensenada Sun Bay, if the waters are calm. It is worth hiring a few of the Mr. Charter St. Croix many tour operators from Esperanza to take you to a night dive, kayak or electrical boat trip to experience this phenomenon. Your final night on your sailing charter should be spent anchored in Green Beach, situated in the western end of Vieques. The beach, with its stretch of sand that is palm-lined, looks across the water into El Yunque in Puerto Rico, only six miles to the westcoast. The evenings are another story, although the anchorages on Culebrita are deserted during the week. Everybody with a quick power boat, from Puerto Rico, appears to make Culebrita choice’s weekend celebration destination. It dance to salsa music could be enjoyable to people watch, as households laugh, talk about a drink or two with you, and vanish at sunset.

The final stop on your sailing charter to the Spanish Virgin Islands should be the island of Vieques. Twenty-one miles long and three to four kilometers broad, most cruisers believe the bays, coves, and beaches of this island that the best of all Virgin Island anchorages. Due to the recent history because of U.S. bombing practice site, the island was untouched by developers, (even though besides St. Croix, is the greatest island in both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.) Using a population of only residents the island is also home to a herd of roaming a scrawny cattle goats, and paso fino horses. Most locals travel by horseback. Leaving Fajardo and sailing across the Vieques Sound, Isla Palominos is a wonderful introduction to the place. During the afternoon, the reef on the west coast is an excellent place. At nighttime, Isla Palominos is the place to see the sunset around El Yunque’s rainforest and float. This two mile long distance, wildlife refuge has secluded beaches that are spectacular and hiking paths. For the sailing charterer looking for privacy, this is the place. Requirements are light, and in case you’ve got a dinghy that is quick, the anchorage is a fantastic place to start snorkeling or diving expeditions into the reefs including Las Hermanas and Cayo Yerba, from Culebra. Puerto Rico’s. Lobster season is year-long, so your next meal might be found under a coral overhang. This anchorage provides a sunset view of the El Yunque rainforest. Imagine sitting in the cockpit of the sailing vacation in dusk dining on your own new catch with this view that is incredible! On the east of Cayo Luis Pena lies Isla de Culebra is unspoiled beauty of the island, a 11 square mile. Attracted by its seclusion, its kilometers and miles of magnificent beaches, is the quaint town of Dewey. If you’re looking for magnificent snorkeling/diving , isolated beaches, undisturbed anchorages, and immersion to the Spanish Caribbean culture with all neighborhood residents, unaffected by tourism or development, then the Virgin Islands are to you! All these subtropical islands and cays will offer a sailing charter chance completely distinctive from the neighboring U.S. and British Virgin Islands. Among our yachts that offer a great Spanish Virgin Islands sailing holiday is the charter yacht Marolanga.

Yet, just 15-20 miles from these islands, and only 6 miles to the shore of Puerto Rico, lays the Spanish Virgin Islands, also known as the “Passage Islands. The Spanish Virgin Islands are easily reached from the coast of Puerto Rico, from the town of Fajardo, wherever your sailing boat will be berthed. Despite the fact that Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the U.S., its strong Spanish heritage has stayed. Regardless of whether you are bareboating or have a crewed sailing charter, it is worthwhile to take just a few days before or after your charter to explore the island. Three highlights not to overlook are Old San Juan, El Yunque rainforest, Mr. Charter USVI along with Rio Camuy Cave Park. Wander one of the seven square block area known as “Old San Juan”, also it’s not difficult to see why it’s thought to be among the finest preserved treasures of Spanish colonial architecture. Steep roads piled with bricks are all lined with some of the buildings in the Western Hemisphere. Their vivid facades and wrought iron balconies are a joy. Using art galleries, antique shops and its courtyards, the old world change is readily appreciated. There are lots of waterfalls, a myriad of flora and fauna, in addition to 50 kinds of orchids. There are many miles of well-marked pathways (lots of paved) to research.

It is the biggest ground river cave system on earth. A tour permits you to research tunnels, including sinkholes, stalagmites, stalactites and underground rivers’ acres. Puerto Rico has lots of excellent sites while mainland. Your true, sailing experience begins as you explore the islands. Ceded to the United States in 1898, this area is composed of the islands of Culebra and Vieques and cays. The Spanish Virgin Islands have been a secret,again in the days of Bluebeard and other pirates who used the islands to hide-outs. The snorkeling and dive sites are possibly a number of the Caribbean! This is the ideal destination to spend on your sailing charter vacation. You will not have a choice except to enjoy the natural beauty of the island. Home to only about 2,000 residents, who live purely by “island time,” this island has no resorts or clubs to entertain you.

Dewey’s city is comprised of a couple of restaurants and bars, whose owners might or might not chose to put them on any certain day plus a assortment of wooden lean-tos. These lands are home including the leatherback turtle, along with a few 50,000 sea creatures. There are 3 roads on Culebra – all leading to a shore. The Caribbean is Playa Flamenco. This deserted, wide beach is made up . If hiking isn’t your thing, you can take a dinghy ride off Esnenada Honda near Dewey through the mangrove swamps. Or, anchor your sailing journey in Dakity Harbor or Bahia Almadovar to get a day of diving. Some of the Caribbean’s best snorkeling and diving is available on Culebra, whose possessions can also be protected by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Clear calm waters and coral reefs give a chance reefs, as well as an wonderful chance to observe trumpet fish, stingrays, parrotfish, barracuda, blue tangs, deep purple sea fans, and an assortment of colorful coral. Another anchorage to the sailing charter is the tiny offshore cay. The snorkeling here is excellent. The beaches are magnificent, especially the white sand crescent on the shore.