Travel Like James Bond: Seaside 007 Destinations to Visit on Your Next Yacht Charter Vacation

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In need of some inspiration on where to visit on your next yacht charter vacation? Look no further than the extremely well-traveled James Bond.  Whether it is on a lavishly-appointed mega yacht, sleek charter power boat, elegant sailing yacht or chic charter catamaran, here are a few incredibly beautiful locales to experience a 007-inspired yachting holiday:

Paradise Island & Staniel Cay, the Bahamas

The Bahamas is a top Bond locale with seven 007 movies shot here, playing central parts in Thunderball and Casino Royale.  Two prime picks to visit on an island-hopping Bahamas yacht charter are Paradise Island and Staniel Cay in the Exumas.

Phang Nga Bay, Thailand

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One of the more striking destinations in the Man with the Golden Gun is Phang Nga Bay in Thailand.  The Bay is renowned for its dramatic limestone islands including James Bond Island (Ko Tapu).

Fethiye, Turkey

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Several locations in Turkey are featured in the Bond film Skyfall, but the crystalline Turkish bays of Fethiye couldn’t be any more perfectly suited for a picturesque East Med yachting getaway.

If you are interesting in chartering a yacht in the Bahamas, indulging in an exotic yachting holiday in Thailand, or sailing the turquoise coasts of Turkey, please contact the yacht charter experts at Sunreef Yachts Charter.

 

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