14 Days Yacht Itinerary in Antigua

Spend 14 days discovering Antigua, the pearl of the Caribbean while sailing waves with your charter yacht!

An idyllic destination, Antigua, belonging to the Lesser Antilles and characterized by a perfect combination of Creole and European influence. Its 365 beaches (one for each day of the year) are surrounded by the azure and cobalt blue shades of the waters rich in fish, from coconut palms, and from windmills. There are direct flights from North America and Europe thanks to the V.C. Bird International (ANU) located 8 kilometers from St. John’s, the capital of Antigua and Barbuda.



Let’s find out together what could be an itinerary to discover this small island nation, navigating its precious waters for 14 days:

14 Days Yacht Charter Itinerary in Antigua

Day 1 -> English Harbor – Freeman’s Bay (Antigua)

In the Caribbean port of English Harbor, your prestigious yacht is moored, equipped with all the comforts to give you an exclusive trip. She starts sailing towards Freeman’s Bay with its tropical vegetation and gazes at its seabed while snorkeling, then has a rest on the long white sand of Galleon Beach.

Day 2 -> Freeman’s Bay – Carlisle Bay (Antigua)

Take a few minutes to reach Carlisle Bay at the foot of the fragrant rainforest. Take a tour of the bay by canoe, discover the many churches and taste local dishes such as “goat water” then dock the catamaran for the night.


Day 3 – Day 4 -> Carlisle Bay – Crab Hill – Jolly Harbor (Antigua)

Head to Crab Hill and stroll the soft sands of Turners Beach. In the afternoon, set sail for Jolly Harbor for supplies. Instead, dedicate the fourth day to free time on the shining sands of North Beach then indulge in a dinner in one of its fine restaurants.

Day 5 -> Jolly Harbor – Hermitage Bay (Antigua)

Lift anchor and go to Hermitage Bay and its typical cottages, then practice water sports. You can explore the coast with its paradisiacal beaches or you can reach the top of the hill to contemplate the beautiful sunset overlooking the island of Montserrat.


Day 6 – Day 7 -> Hermitage Bay – Deep Bay – St. John’s – Dickenson Bay (Antigua)

A gentle cruise on your yacht allows you to admire the coast to Deep Bay, loved by divers for its rich underwater life and the wreck of the Andes ship. Dedicate the day visiting the capital, St. John’s, and the next day set sail for Dickenson Bay for an extraordinary snorkeling experience. Try water sports before relaxing and dining under the moonlight.

Day 8 – Day 10 -> Dickenson Bay (Antigua) – Low Bay – Codrington – Cocoa Point (Barbuda)

Sail to the island of Barbuda aboard your spacious catamaran to discover the Low Bay coral reef on a dive. Stroll on the soft pink sand while experiencing the atmosphere of the picturesque villages in the evening. Codrington and its bird sanctuary await you and after lunch play with the Coco Point turtles. In the afternoon, let’s snorkel in the sea full of fish.


Day 11 -> Cocoa Point (Barbuda) – Jumby Bay – Great Bird Island – Nonsuch Bay (Antigua)

Take a kayak tour near the beautiful coastline of Jumby Bay to discover the heavenly seabed. After lunch, dock at Great Bird Island, a treasure trove of divers and a natural refuge for a variety of birds.

Day 12 – Day 13 -> Nonsuch Bay – Green Island – Falmouth Harbor

Spend the morning on the enchanting uninhabited island of Green Island, full of snorkeling anchorages with exotic bird sightings. The next day, resume the journey towards Nonsuch Bay aboard your yacht to indulge in water sports, then kayak along the coast before the overnight stop.

Day 14 -> Falmouth Harbor – English Harbor

Soak up the day’s first rays of sunshine as you make your way to Falmouth Harbor and then step ashore to soak up the culture of Antigua. English Harbor will be your final destination to drop off your sumptuous charter catamaran before driving to VC Bird Airport (ANU).

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