Turks and Caicos Yacht Charters

Turks and Caicos are a fantastic destination for diving yacht charters

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    Why are Turks and Caicos yacht charters so enchanting and exciting? The Turks and Caicos is an archipelago consisting of 40 islands and cays dotting the Atlantic Ocean. Of these, only eight are inhabited. The islands are known for their white sand beaches, clear, azure waters, and privacy.

    On a yacht charter to Turks and Caicos, you will have access to fine dining, luxurious spas, and world-class resorts as well as vast stretches of empty, pristine beaches. The surrounding waters are a playground for diving, fishing, and seeing some of the most exciting marine life up close.

    There are a number of activities and things to do on Turks and Caicos yacht charters. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider it for your next getaway.

    40 Islands and Cays to Explore

    Adventure awaits on Turks and Caicos’ 40 islands and cays. Head ashore and go horseback riding along the beach. Visit the Middle Caicos Caves, the largest chain of limestone caves in the Caribbean, and don’t forget to stop by Mudjidin Beach to see the breathtaking limestone cliffside. History lovers will want to see Cheshire Hall, the ruins of a former cotton plantation that have been carefully preserved by the National Trust. Over on Little Water Cay, right off Providenciales, is the Turks and Caicos Iguana Sanctuary, an uninhabited island that is home to Rock Iguanas.

    Clear Turquoise Waters Await You

    Turks and Caicos has some of the most beautifully colored waters in the world, and there’s a reason for those vibrant blue hues. Light reflects off the white, sandy sea bottoms and the fine white sand particles suspended in the water, resulting in the the azures, aquas and turquoises of the shallow waters. In photos, the water almost looks unreal, but the colors are even more vivid when you see them in person.

    Grand Turk beach

    Turks and Caicos Has the World’s Best Beaches

    The sugar sand beaches of Turks and Caicos have been consistently rated as the most beautiful beaches in the world by both Conde Nast Traveler and TripAdvisor. Surrounded by the world’s third largest coral reef, the beaches are known for their powdery fine sand, lack of crowds, clear turquoise waters, and gentle rippling waves.

    Vibrant Coral Reefs

    Turks and Caicos has some of the finest coral reefs and walls in the world, teeming with exciting aquatic life. You can dive to the reefs or explore one of several historic wrecks. Fishing enthusiasts in your yacht charter party will love the area’s deep offshore waters, where they might catch tuna, wahoo, or blue marlin.

    French Cay diving

    Turks and Caicos Yacht Charters Offer the Best Diving in the Caribbean

    Turks and Caicos yacht charters offer some of the best scuba diving in the world. Divers can venture below the waves to the world’s third largest barrier reef, and the clear waters ensure optimum visibility so you can see the exciting marine life. The water is warm year-round and there’s an average of 350 days of sun per year. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert driver, there is a reef, a wall, or a shipwreck to discover.

    The Columbus Passage is a 22 mile wide channel that separates the Turks from the Caicos, and is an underwater highway for migrating species like rays, turtles, dolphins, and whales. Much of the coast is protected by the National Parks Ordinance, which preserves these impressive dive sites.

    Explore Amazing Sea Life and Wildlife

    The limestone plateaus of the Turks bank drops off into deep waters, making it the perfect spot to see spotted eagle and manta rays, dolphins, sea turtles, and even whales from the comfort of your yacht. The marshes and salt ponds are a refuge for local and migratory birds, including great blue herons, flamingos, osprey, pelicans and egrets. The Turks Island Iguana, a protected species, can be seen on many of the deserted islands.

    Whale Watching

    One of the most spectacular sites you will ever see is the humpback whale migration from January to April each year. Head to the Turk Islands Passage near Salt Cay and Grand Turk to witness these gentle giants breaching an arm’s reach from your yacht. Each year, the whales migrate from the northern Atlantic to the Caribbean to mate and give birth. You and your group will always remember seeing a whale calf with its mother, or hearing the song of the male humpback.

    massage by the sea

    World-class Spas, Resorts and Restaurants Abound

    Turks and Caicos is home to an incredible selection of resorts, spas and restaurants.

    Providenciales has large full-service resorts with a wide array of amenities. Grand Turk has more quaint inns. Take advantage of golf, dining, diving, water sports and more that these resorts have to offer either as a day excursion during your Turks and Caicos yacht charter, or at the start or end of your journey.

    For the ultimate indulgence, book an afternoon at one of the many spas on Turks and Caicos. Allow yourself to be pampered with massages, facials, or salt scrubs. Follow up the treatments with a dip in their pools, or a nap on the beach. If you don’t want to leave the comfort of your yacht, some of these spas offer mobile services that will come to you.

    Turks and Caicos is gaining renown as a destination for connoisseurs of fine food. Providenciales has a bustling gourmet food scene with more than 50 restaurants, most located in the Grace Bay region. Casual outdoor eateries are also plentiful, offering local and international cuisine with scenic views. End your day with beachside cocktails while you watch a stunning Caribbean sunset.

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