Home to pink sandy beaches and a multitude of exceptional dive sites, Bermuda is a world class sailing destination. Enjoy a boat charter in Bermuda and find out for yourself!
A self governing British overseas territory, Bermuda is known mostly for her beautiful beaches, luxury resorts and as being the focal point of the mysterious ‘triangle’. Whatever the truth behind the mystery, there is one fact that every Bermudan will testify to: it is an excellent sailing location to enjoy with a private boat rental in Bermuda.
At only 21 miles long, Bermuda’s landmass packs in a lot for any visitor. Stunning pink sand beaches such as Horseshoe Bay are perfect for both sun lounging lazy days and exploring by snorkel or scuba.
The waters around Bermuda are dotted with shipwrecks and coral reefs, with plenty of incredible opportunities to explore both from the beach or, better still, from your boat charter in Bermuda. Hamilton, the island’s capital, and St George’s both make great towns to explore and discover the island’s history, with plenty of shopping and culture
Front Street in Hamilton is a hub for designer brand shopping. Lined with pastel colored colonial-style buildings and a view across the harbor, this is a great spot to get your bearings.
If you’re looking for good food, check out the Crown and Anchor, in the Hamilton Princess and Beach club. Enjoy an excellent British style afternoon tea, an exceptional breakfast buffet or bottomless Sunday brunch. Truly a must visit!
Located in the North Atlantic Ocean, between the American mainland and the Caribbean, Bermuda offers fantastic sailing conditions. Bermuda is made up of around 7 main islands and over 170 islets, ideal for island hopping.
With a private charter boat in Bermuda, you can escape the standard tourist cruises and explore at your leisure. Whether you’re an old hand aboard a yacht or a novice, you’ll be able to enjoy sailing around the island with your hands on, or your feet up.
Head to the secluded coves around Blue Hole Park and Idwal Hughes Nature Reserve. Or enjoy the thrill of the seaspray in your face as you pass Daniel island. Bermuda sailing is perfect for both thrillseekers and luxury experiences.
Fans of catching fish will delight at the opportunities for one of the private fishing trips in Bermuda. The islands are well known for exceptional marine life, and one of the best things to do on vacation in Bermuda is to get on the water and enjoy the variety of colorful fish.
Sailo offers plenty of choice for private yachts in Bermuda. Love fishing? Check out the choice of fishing charters in Bermuda.
This large bay at the western end of the island is hemmed in on three sides by the fishhook of the Bermuda landmass. With it’s sheltered location, the Great Sound offers near ideal sailing conditions, almost all year round. There are many private islands, but also plenty that you can explore freely. So with a private Bermuda yacht charter you’ll be able to island hop to your heart’s content. Keep an eye out for Gibbs Hill lighthouse, an icon of Bermuda, and Fort Scar, one of the island’s historic forts.
Make a splash down at Church Bay and you’ll find some of the best snorkelling and scuba diving in Bermuda. It’s easy to see why this is such a popular snorkel spot, with plenty of accessible reef from the beach. Although it’s just around the corner from Horseshoe Bay, it gets less visitors as it’s harder to access from the land. Come by sailboat from Hamilton and anchor just beyond the reef for an incredible view into the underwater world. Ask your captain about the best spots to explore with your snorkel or scuba gear.
The location and geography of Bermuda make it a popular spot for both the undersea critters and those that love to fish. Game fishing in Bermuda is world class, with a deep sea fishing trip in Bermuda one of the highlights for any sport fisherman’s vacation. Tuna, mahi mahi, many species of shark, marlin and great barracudas are just some of the many species of fish that pass by these islands throughout the year. And being out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean means you don’t need to go far to enjoy game fishing around Bermuda! Check out Ely’s Harbour and Daniel’s Head for shore fishing as well.
Out on the east coast of Bermuda, the Castle Islands were once a busy shipping channel and anchorage. Today, the Castle Harbor area is a popular spot for sightseeing trips and those looking to escape the crowds. Many of these smaller islets are only accessible with a Bermuda yacht charter, and some of the smaller ones may need you to either swim ashore, or bring a paddle board or kayak. Once ashore, you’ll be able to enjoy your own private island with a picnic, or day splashing in the beautiful seas.
The east coast of Bermuda is dotted with an array of pretty pink coral beaches, with Horseshoe Beach being perhaps the most famous (and popular) example. If you’re looking for your own private pink beach for some seriously good pictures, take your Hamilton yacht charter past Horseshoe Beach. Marley Beach, Surf Side Beach and Elbow Beach are just a few of these hidden coves where you can escape the crowds with your luxury yacht charter. These secluded beaches don’t get big crowds and are perfect for some sunbathing and lazy swimming.
A private luxury yacht rental in Bermuda means you can enjoy the high life around the shores of this stunning island paradise. Your captain and crew will guide you, allowing you to explore the must-see sights, relax on deck and enjoy that incredible sunset with a cool drink. Enjoy the adventure of a lifetime as you discover the shoreline of this beautiful island. Ask your captain about snorkel gear and catering. Don’t forget your sunscreen!