Caribbean charter boat Locations
With caribbean charter boat Shiwara paradise is yours. A luxurious
getaway planned around your own itinerary, a luxury boat is your
ticket to a land of unsurpassed beauty and hospitality. To start
planning your holiday in the caribbean,
click here. Discover the Land of Paradise.
On charter boat shiwara, the land of paradise is at your fingertips.
Home to an endless variety of majestic locales, the Caribbean is
not just a group of countries but rather a series of Tropical paradises.
As you explore the many faces of the Virgin Islands on your luxury
charter boat, the directions you go are entirely up to you-from
remote islands to cosmopolitan adventures, your Caribbean getaway
on a luxury charter boat will make an impression that lasts a lifetime.
The advantages of a Caribbean charter boat.
With a caribbean charter boat, you choose the type of itinerary
best suited to your needs, then sit back and enjoy the ride as an
experienced, fully trained crew accommodates your every need. With
shiwara hospitality comes first, and your personal charter boat
crew will go out of their way to make you feel like a king. A Caribbean
charter also means exceptional food and beverages at a reasonable
price, and your food and drink plan can be set up to your specifications.
A luxury Caribbean charter on board Shiwara means sailing among
the British and US Virgin Islands on your own cruising palace.
" Your Own Itinerary
" Your Own Captain & Steward
" Your Own Food & Chef
" Your Own Piece of Paradise
The best part is, your luxury boat charter costs no more than being
on a cruise ship.
Anegada is an easily missed speck on the caribbean map lying 20 miles
north of Virgin Gorda. It covers 15 square miles and rises 28 feet
above the caribbean sea level.
Over the years, more than 300 ships have been wrecked on the hazardous
coral reefs encircling the islet, a tragedy which, in turn, has
made Anegada a paradise for divers. The wrecks and reefs themselves
have been enhanced with colourful formations of exotic undersea
plan and animal life.
With a population of about 250, Anegada's tourist facilities are
limited to a camp ground, several guest cottages, and one 18-room
hotel. Government efforts to keep the caribbean island as close
to nature as possible have resulted in the recent introduction of
a sanctuary for flamingos, ospreys, and terns supervised by the
National Parks Trust.
Virgin Islands charter boats