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Visitors in search of quaint harbour towns, breathtaking nature reserves and world class marinas will find that Florida’s Tampa Bay ticks all the boxes. Situated at the centre of Florida’s West coast, the bay is home to three cities and provides a wonderful cruising ground for yachting enthusiasts. Many yacht charters use the bay as a starting point for a three-day sail to the Florida Keys, or even as a starting base to explore the everglades. St Petersburg provides the perfect jumping off point for yacht charters, and the City of St Petersburg Marina has all of the necessary amenities. Visitors exploring the city itself should not miss the Salvador Dali Museum, which is home to the largest collection of the Spanish artist’s works in the whole of the US. Diving is also a popular activity in Tampa Bay, largely due to the large number of unique freshwater dive sites. Situated in the city of Crystal River, Kings Spring offers divers clear visibility and exceptional underwater photography.
Sandwiched between Guatemala and Mexico, Belize is the only Central American country without a Pacific Coast. As such, yacht charters around the country explore the cerulean waters of the Caribbean Sea. The sparkling Belize archipelago comprises over 200 tropical islands and atolls, which boast some of the Caribbean’s most pristine sites of natural beauty. The Belize Yacht Club Marina in Ambergris Cay is the ideal starting point for a Belize sailing adventure, before moving on to San Pedro and Caye Caulker to the south. Keen divers will be delighted to learn that Belize boasts some of the world’s best underwater scenery. The most pristine sites are easily accessed on a private sailboat or yacht, although popular diving excursions are found along the beaches of Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker. On land, visitors should not miss the chance to explore Belize’s vast collection of Mayan ruins on foot.
With over 2000 km of coastline stretching along the serene turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela is home to some of the best yachting conditions the Americas have to offer. The country also boasts a collection of breath-taking archipelagos and deserted, sandy islands which are best explored by yacht. On Venezuela’s northern coast, Puerto LA Cruz is the centre of yachting, and serves as a convenient entry point for visitors wishing to explore Venezuela’s stunning Mochima National Park. The city is also home to six marinas, including the Bahia Redonda Marina, which is ideally positioned between Puerto La Cruz and Barcelona. The main cruising area between Puerto La Cruz and Grenada includes La Tortuga, La Blanquilla, Margarita, Mochima national Park, Los Testigos. The Los Roques archipelago offers some of Venezuela’s optimum diving conditions, with a plentiful variety of shallow reefs, drop-offs, pinnacles and caves to explore.
The undisputed nucleus of Brazil’s yachting scene is centred in the state of Rio de Janerio, on the idyllic Costa Verde. The Angra dos Reis region is home to a seemingly endless stretch of white sand beaches and a total of 365 islands, all of which are ripe for exploration. The Isla Grande is the most prominent yacht base in Angra dos Reis, and home to Latin America’s largest marina – Marina Verolme. Walking and hiking are popular activities for visitors exploring Isla Grande’s on-land treasures, with jungles home to dazzling birds, lizards and monkeys. The island is home to a large number of stunning dive sites, of which Parcel do Coronel is one of the most popular, as it boasts an underwater network of narrow passages, caves and rock formations.