When planning a
sailing holiday, you must consider your safety and that of your loved ones.
The Caribbean is among the most beautiful destinations in the world to visit
for a holiday. It has lots of attractions and activities, and sailing is
always a tourist favorite.
Generally, sailing in the Caribbean is perfectly safe and fun. Of course,
some risks arise with every holiday destination, but we have mitigated most
of them to ensure you have the best experience.
Managing the weather can be tricky as it's an unpredictable natural
phenomenon. The best time to sail in the Caribbean is from November to July.
The safest month, when you are unlikely to experience hurricanes, is June.
May is also a good month, so you could plan your visit around this
Our vessels have the latest navigational and communication devices. Even
during fair weather, you can experience unforeseen hurdles. That is why we
have ensured that all of our boats are ready to face any unexpected
The people handling our boats and yachts are among the best in the
business. They are primarily locals with lots of experience. They are
knowledgeable about the local waters, ensuring that you remain safe and
comfortable throughout your trip.
What is the best time to go to Caribbean?
If you plan to go on
holiday in the Caribbean, it is good to know the best times to visit so that
you can get the most out of your holiday. You don't want to arrive when the
weather is poor, meaning you can't fully experience the region's breathtaking
beauty. Plan your travel dates in line with the most popular seasons.
May, June, and November
These are some of the best months to visit the Caribbean. During this time,
mild sunshine makes it easy to sunbathe and relax. Temperatures range from 68
to 77 degrees. There are fewer tourists as it's not the peak season, so you
can enjoy boat rides and other water activities at low prices. There are
occasional showers, but rain shouldn't stop play.
February to May
These are the driest months in the Caribbean but also the busiest with
tourists flocking from Europe. There are plenty of festivals at this time of
year, like the Holetown Festival, Bequia Regatta, and some sailing festivals.
The weather is generally dry and hot, with temperatures reaching up to 86
degrees. The calm sea is ideal for swimming, sailing, snorkeling, and other
water activities. Water visibility in the clear sea can be up to 45 meters
deep, making it the best time to dive and experience marine life.