What an amazing way to visit BELIZE -by private sailing boat! Here, we will sail and crew the boat ourselves and cruise the magnificent Cays off the coast for 7 unforgettable days and nights. This is a great alternative to massive cruise ships and rigid itineraries as we are free to roam as we please , mooring at some of the most incredible and picturesque anchorages in the world. This will be a vacation of a lifetime! So come aboard for this amazing journey!
Overview....Pricing just $1800 per person, includes the boat ( A Magnificent Catamaran with air conditioning, ), breakfast and snacks aboard, and moorage/docking fees. $450 Deposit to hold your spot. Please remit via "VENMO" or Zelle if you bank offers. The email address is [masked]. Or you can call with your credit card details.
admire the setting sun.
PLEASE NOTE, initially when you RSVP you will be on the waitlist until you place your deposit fee. We can take up to 9 per boat( 12 if anyone wants to take the single cabins) and for a more unique and incredible experience. If you don't see 9 going , there is room for you so contact me to get aboard.
A Belize cruising itinerary eases you into a world of natural wonders amid a series of marine preserves tucked behind the protective barrier reefs off the Belizean coast. The islands and cayes are mostly uninhabited, fringed with swaying palms or lined with lush stands of mangroves. White-sand beaches front secluded anchorages with kaleidoscopic colors of brown, orange, green, and blue over the reefs. Balmy trade winds blow steadily and sure, promising exquisite cruising as you explore the less traveled charter grounds behind Belize’s barrier reef system (see Belize maps). It’s one of the best in the world for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking, or just relaxing aboard while you enjoy the setting sun!
is located 4 miles northeast of Lark Caye. Just a five minute boat ride away is some of the best fishing you’ll find anywhere with tarpon, bonefish, snapper, grouper, and more. Whipray Caye Lodge’s open air Sea Urchin Bar and Restaurant serves up a variety of Belizean and American food, mostly fresh catches, and the fully stocked bar serves the coldest beer for miles around. Cruising in Whipray Caye waters is a delightful part of any cruise in Belize.
South Water Caye
Part of Belize’s World Heritage Site, South Water Caye is situated on the barrier reef on the north side of the quarter-mile-wide South Water Pass. Palms rise skyward from pristine beaches. On the east side of the caye, the barrier reef drop-off is close to the beach, providing an ideal location for some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in Belize. South Water Caye yachting is not to be missed!
Cocoa Plum Caye (Thatch Caye Resort)
Cruising in Cocoa Plum Caye waters brings you to the northern boundary of the protected South Water Marine Reserve, in the Coco Plum Range of islands. Scenic, remote, and breathtakingly beautiful, a visit to these waters is a highpoint of a cruise in Belize. The beaches are superb, and there’s a restaurant and two bars at Thatch Caye Resort, making a trip ashore even more appealing.
The Moorings Belize Ltd
(c/o Laru Beya Resort)
How to Get There
By air from Belize International Airport to Placencia Airstrip; then by taxi from the airstrip to the Laru Beya Marina. Flight is approximately 45 minutes.
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Game fishing charters available; local inner reef charter services available. Fish life abounds within the main reef. When trolling, you can catch Tuna, Wahoo, Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Dorado, Barracuda. Bottom fishing has rewards of Snapper and Grouper.