Yacht Charter Options

AVAILABLE RACE CHARTER OPTIONS

The CSA is now the central place to find information about all race charters that are heading to the region for the season and available at each of the key events. Check out this sheet which also lists which boats are still available for each regatta. Its a good starting place for you to review the options, after which you should select the boats you are interested in finding more information about and get in touch directly with the boat manager or management company.

CHECK OUT THE LATEST NEWS ABOUT RACE CHARTERS FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON

Yacht Charter Options

CHARTER OPTIONS

Three key types of charter options are available for racing in the Caribbean:

  • Whole Boat Race Charters are available with or without skipper and race in CSA racing classes or multihull classes.
  • Head Boats charter individual crew places on a boat with others – a great way to experience an event and meet new people.
  • Bareboats are whole boats without skipper that comply with the regatta requirements for Bareboat Class.

CHARTER COMPANIES

Companies that may offer boats owned by the company  as well as boats for third parties for which they provide the same level of support in the event. These companies can assist you in selecting the correct boat for your crew and experience.

COMPANY NAME BOAT TYPES
Dream Yacht Charter Bareboats & Motherships – monohull & multihull
Atlas Ocean Racing Volvo Ocean 60, Volvo Ocean 64ft
Ondeck Beneteau 40.7, Dehler 39, Farr 65, J130
LV Yachting VO 65, First 40, Marc Lombard 46, Swan 80
Global Yacht Racing Beneteau First 47.7, Grand Soleil 43
Sailing Logic Beneateau First 40
Sunsail Bareboats – monohulls & multihulls

LIST YOUR BOAT

If you own a race charter boat and would like us to consider listing it on www.caribbean-sailing.com, please email us at news@caribbean-sailing.com.

DISCLAIMER

The Caribbean Sailing Association offers this listing for convenience only.  CSA makes no representations or warranties with respect to the boats offered or the individuals and companies they are offered by.  CSA highly recommends exercising due diligence prior to confirming charters.

 

 

 

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