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19 of the best hotels to visit by superyacht

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Jumby Bay

Antigua

First discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493, this isolated private island with its beaches lined with palm trees and rolling grasslands exudes old-school Antiguan charm. Anchor in the bay’s glass-calm waters and tender to the resort’s jetty where you will be met with an iced rum punch and warm Caribbean service. The island offers the simple life: keys aren’t required, a herd of Blackhead Persian sheep roams free and the best method of transport is bicycle. The relaxed atmosphere is counterbalanced by sophisticated dining options including the newly refurbished Estate House – try the lobster tail with Armagnac flambé and finish with the chocolate soufflé. For ultimate seclusion, rent the island’s newest private house, Pure Turquoise, which has seven picturesque white cottage bedrooms dotted around its landscaped gardens, a vast infinity pool and a croquet lawn so pristine it would rival any British stately home. 

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