Mustique

Steeped in history and intrigue, the beautiful island of Mustique – just west of Barbados – is known for its gentle, year-round climate, rocky landscapes, rolling hilltops, towering palm trees and soft, golden sand beaches. Unlike any other place on earth, the island of Mustique is home to some of the most exclusive villas in the world.

To the fortunate yacht charter guests who get to go there, it has been said that life on Mustique is like having your own private tropical island. Approximately 1,400 acres in diameter, the island encompasses vibrant coral reefs, plenty of sunshine, and a variety of Caribbean fauna, like tortoises and heron. Dotted with 100 luxury villas, as well as a handful of upscale hotels, Mustique has a year-round population of about 500 residents – all living in the quaint villages of Lovell, Britannia Bay and Dover.

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