Anguilla

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A tiny gem in the Caribbean just 16 miles long and about 3 miles wide, Anguilla has plenty to offer yacht charter guests that visit her breathtaking shores. Glorious beaches (an astounding 33 of them) and a casual island vibe are a big draw for visitors seeking a relaxing tropical retreat. Add to the mix exceptional dining establishments, a vibrant music and arts scene, fun water sport activities, and warm and welcoming islanders, and you have the perfect components for an idyllic Caribbean yachting holiday. Offering something for everyone, Anguilla is a sun-kissed island paradise awaiting your arrival!
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Stunning Beaches, Intoxicating Natural Beauty, and Laidback-Luxe Island Life

Anguilla’s beaches are some of the loveliest in the Caribbean, with long stretches of powdery white sand and warm crystal clear waters in shades of aquamarine and deep blue sapphire. A tropical paradise awaits at the blissful beaches of Shoal Bay, Cove Bay, Maunday’s Bay, and Meads Bay that beckon relaxation in the most stunning of surroundings. On beautiful Rendezvous Bay sits Dune Preserve, a must visit beach bar owned by colorful reggae musician Bankie Banx which offers great live music and amazing libations including the signature Duneshine and Dune Rum Punch cocktails.
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Activities for All

Anguilla offers yacht charter guests plenty of fun options for enjoying the beautiful Caribbean Sea. Prickly Pear Cays is a great spot for swimming and snorkeling, there is a great wreck dive site off the northern coast, or take a trip over to explore the magnificent coral-filled waters of Ram’s Head which provide excellent opportunities for up close stingray encounters. Golfers will want to check out the challenging Greg Norman designed par-72 course that overlooks the neighboring island of St. Martin at the world-class CuisinArt Golf Club. History buffs will appreciate visits to the Big Spring Heritage Site, the Old Salt Factory and Pumphouse, and the Wallblake House.
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Culture, Art, and Dining

Despite its small size and relatively relaxed atmosphere, Anguilla has a thriving cultural, art, and dining scene. The colorful local culture is on full vibrant display during August and its ten day Carnival celebration filled with lively parades, traditional dance and music, craft fairs, boat races, and parties. As local arts and crafts are an important creative expression for Anguillans, there are a number of wonderful galleries sprinkled throughout the island that showcase everything from paintings, driftwood carvings and ceramic sculptures to textile arts and handcrafted jewelry. An enticing feature for gourmet connoisseurs, charter guests that opt to dine ashore during their stay in Anguilla have their pick from five-star haute cuisine establishments, sophisticated cafes, casual beachfront eateries, and roadside barbecue stands.
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A dream destination with spectacular powdery white sand beaches, crystalline seas, and laidback charm, chartering a yacht in Anguilla is an unforgettable experience. Let Sunreef Yacht Charter customize a private charter vacation aboard a stunning charter mega yacht, elegant charter sailing yacht, chic charter catamaran, or sporty charter power boat to explore one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets in pure luxury and style.