AREAS OPEN FOR WINTER YACHT CHARTER HOLIDAYS
CARIBBEAN TRAVEL UPDATE
Destinations Open Now
USVI, Puerto Rico, Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda,The Bahamas, GrenadaSt. Barts, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Lucia.
There are, of course, Covid entrance protocols for each island some of which are more complicated than others.
There are yachts still available for Christmas and New Year’s weeks in some of these destinations.
Scheduled to Open Soon
The BVI is scheduled to open December 1st. The BVI government has yet to release protocols for entrance. The Dutch side of St. Martin is open now.
The French side, which houses the bareboat bases, is expected to open to US citizens in mid-November. Crewed yachts can pick up in Phillipsburg now.
St. Kitts and Nevis are expected to open October 31st and Belize is expected to open mid to late November.
Opening dates for Guadaloupe and Martinique have not been scheduled.
SEYCHELLES are also open for Tourists
What is the current situation in Seychelles?
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Seychelles has only recorded a very low number of Covid-19 cases. Around 130 people are sick, of which over three-quarters of the cases belonged to a Spanish fishing fleet and fell sick at sea. At times, Seychelles was even corona-free for weeks and is currently on the way to becoming this again, with fewer than 10 active cases.
Why is it worth visiting the Seychelles right now?
A safe travel destination
The Seychelles are almost corona-free and have been so for several weeks. The government of the Seychelles is making every effort to ensure that the country becomes corona-free again as soon as possible and has drawn up very good and comprehensive guidelines for this. Thanks to these regulations, you can spend your vacation in a very safe travel destination that is almost corona-free!
Experience dream beaches all to yourself
Have you ever been to the most beautiful beaches in the world all by yourself?
Experience the often deserted beaches of the Seychelles as empty as never before! Relax e.g. on the dream beach Anse Source d’Argent on La Digue.
Destination without mass tourism
In the Seychelles you will not find mass tourism like in other destinations.
These are often very small accommodations with a few rooms.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner are also mostly played outdoors. You will definitely not run into large crowds here!
Be safe on the move with your own rental yacht
You can cruise around the islands individually with your rental yacht and explore the islands on your own.
Support the Seychelles & Seychellois
The Seychelles are about 70-80% dependent on tourism.
Support Seychelles accommodations and locals by traveling to Seychelles right now.