Sail in Cuba by renting a sailboat or a catamaran. You will sail in the Canarreos archipelago and taste the local delights. Rhum, lobster and maybe even a little Cuban dancing will definitely give your sailing holidays in Cuba that extra edge. Thousands of kilometers of coastline and pearl-couloured beaches really make Cuba a destination of incomparable beauty. Cuba is a great departure base for sailing holidays in the Caribbean especially for coastal sailing around the island.
If you are a cruising adept and would really like to make the most of the varied scenery in this particular part of the Caribbean, then you should probably opt for a motorboat charter for your sailing holidays in Cuba.
Wherever you are on the Cuban coast, you can practically rent any type of boat. You can leave on a typical cruise very easily from most of the harbours. Beboats references all the boats you can rent in Cuba so why not indulge in a little relaxing holiday amongst turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and lively culture?
Cienfuegos is very typical and a welcoming harbour. Sugar is its main export product and Cienfuegos is the second most important harbour in Cuba after Havana. Situated in one the Caribbean's most beautiful bays, it has become a must-see destination. Thanks to its exceptional location and its historical centre, Cienfuegos is now called the 'Pearl of the South' and has earnt this reputation for quite some time now. The city has a strong colonial heritage but is also very industrialised. Cienfuegos is an ideal place to stopover if you want to have a good time and enjoy its nightlife. Embark on this sailing adventure by selecting one of the boats Beboats has to offer and enjoy coastal sailing in Cuba. It is also the perfect departure for a cruise in the British Virgin Islands or in the French Caribbean.
Onboard a catamaran or a motorboat, sail out from Cuba to the Turks and Caicos Islands. Deemed to be heavenly you can reach this little paradise in just a few days sailing or in one day if you choose to charter a motorboat. This British territory is a real peace haven and offers you white sandy beaches and crystal waters. Its situation is ideal for a two-day stopover before heading back to Cuba. Beboats recommends that you follow the Cuban coastline, which is the typical sailing itinerary before changing tack towards these islands to ensure an unforgettable cruise at the heart of the Caribbean.
On a First 27.7 from Saint-Malo with a group of friends. Sailed around the Channel Islands, had a good navigation!
We loved the Baltic Sea in Danemark, especially when we arrived in Copenhagen with its colorful houses. But Sweden and its canals were even better. Had the best time on board of our Oceanis 411!
We were able to do a few quotations with the customer service to find the best boat for our destination. We went for a Lagoon 450, really comfy for the family!