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22 of the best yachts available for Caribbean charters



Callisto Caribbean Charter

Charter the beautiful 65.2 metre Callisto in the Central Caribbean Sea and relax atop the sunpads on the sundeck while soaking up the rays. Additionally, there is a lounge area, bar and Jacuzzi. When the sun sets, guests can enjoy an al fresco supper on the upper deck aft and cocktails in the lounge on the main deck aft.

She was delivered in 2006 by Feadship and can sleep up to 12 guests in six cabins, with accommodation for a crew of 18. Her Terence Disdale interiors feature a spacious main saloon and dining area, an elegant skylouge with TV and cocktail bar and a gym.

Managed for charter by Camper & Nicholsons, Callisto has a weekly rate starting from $415,000.

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Casino Royale

Casino Royale Caribbean Charter

Wend your way around islands in the Bahamas this season on board the 49.69 metre superyacht Casino Royale, which was delivered in 2008 by Christensen.

She boasts an opulent interior that features a main saloon with adjoining dining area and elegant skylounge, which has a vast television area, games table and bar.

Up on deck, guests can enjoy al fresco dining on the aft deck or make the most of the Jacuzzi, sunpads, seated bar and casual dining area on the sundeck.

Managed for charter by Northrop & Johnson, she has a weekly rate starting from $250,000.

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G3 superyacht Caribbean charter

Dive into the Caribbean Sea from the swimming platform on board 44 metre G3.

G3 can sleep up to 12 guests in five cabins with a crew of nine in a light and airy interior. The main saloon is bright and contemporary, featuring a vast lounge and dining area. Additionally, she has a cosy TV lounge with sliding doors that open out on deck.

She was delivered in 2008 by Heesen and boasts a modern sundeck with a Jacuzzi, sunpads and al fresco living area that can be set up as a cinema under the stars. The upper deck features a large dining table while the main deck has another lounge area. A spacious beach club boasts a lounge and gym.

Burgess manages G3 for charter and she has a weekly rate starting from $170,000 in the low season and $196,000 in the high season.

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