Central America

Jungle clad lands, rolling surf, and sleepy sloths – Central America is a tantalizing yacht charter destination. Take your pick from the wild Pacific coast or the shimmering calm of the Caribbean. Seven countries in total capture the tropical spirit of Central America, where life moves a few paces slower, forests swirl in clouds, and the exotic cries of birds come at an almost deafening decibel. From the Gulf of Mexico’s Mayan ruins to the beckoning blue holes of Belize, the colonial charm of Guatemala, and the wildlife sanctuaries of Costa Rica – take a walk on the wild-side with a yacht charter in Central America.

Where In The World

Sitting at the southernmost tip of North America, the skinny stretch of countries known as Central America split the Caribbean and the Pacific and runs all the way down to Colombia. Soft trade winds, verdant fertile valleys, volcanic peaks, and lush dense jungles mark out much of the landscape. The Gulf of Mexico can be found to the North, but the countries that fall under the umbrella of Central America are Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.

Favored Ports of Call

For yacht charters sailing the breadth of the beautiful blue waters of Central America, many guests adore the Caribbean side for smooth sailing. Caught between Mexico and Guatemala, the pint-sized perfection of Belize is a diver’s paradise. Home to the largest barrier reef in the world outside of Australia – snorkelers and divers will delight in this aquamarine oasis of drifting turtles and tropical fish.

Charter Highlights

While not on the ocean, it is well worth leaving your yacht at sea and heading inland to lose yourself in the cloud forests of Costa Rica. A country that is paving the way in eco-tourism, Costa Rica is a fairytale wonder of sloths, monkeys, and surf draped beaches.

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