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Curacao Yacht Charter

Luxury Yacht Charter Destination

Curacao forms part of an island trio in the Dutch Caribbean, commonly known as the ABC islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. The dazzling coastline, turquoise waters and rich cultural heritage all lend themselves to a truly memorable and luxurious superyacht charter itinerary. Unlike the towering volcanic peaks of Saint Lucia or the low sandy vistas of the Bahamas, Curacao better resembles a desert land set adrift with rocky cliff faces spiked with cacti and palm fringed beaches nestled in secluded coves. Renowned for world class dive sites and enjoying average temperatures of 27 degrees Celsius, this is a truly unique and magical destination.

The island boasts a diverse and vibrant culture thanks to its fascinating Dutch heritage and Afro-Caribbean roots and as you cruise into the charming capital of Willemstad, you will be enchanted by the pastel-coloured buildings that line the waterfront. Once you step ashore, wander through the narrow streets of the UNESCO World Heritage listed city and immerse yourself in bustling markets and lively local festivals.

One of Curacao’s many wonders is the Christoffel National Park - an 1,800 hectare preserve formed from three old plantations including the Savonet Plantation, which is now a fascinating museum. With eight hiking trails to choose from, there are a wealth of perspectives on offer to view the island’s magical landscape - exquisite orchids, disused copper mines, Caquetio cave paintings and spectacular views.

You cannot visit Curacao without a trip to the Blue Room. Only accessible by boat, this hidden cave lies on the western shore. You cannot fail to be taken aback by the electric blue colour of the cave, created by sunlight refracting off the water’s surface and the hauntingly beautiful water with schools of shimmering fish and the occasional lobster.

Often adorning the covers of glossy brochures and like a scene straight from a film set, Grote Knip, located in West End, is a perfect crescent of brilliant white sand with azure waters lapping the shore. You would struggle to find a more perfect location to drop anchor and spend a day basking in the idyllic surroundings.

For even more solitude, a leisurely cruise of 15 miles will take you to Klein Curacao - an uninhabited island where you can explore the recently renovated lighthouse and dive beneath the waves to swim with sea turtles before returning to your boat to enjoy a fabulous dinner beneath a blanket of stars.

Curacao’s delectable cuisine is a fusion of flavours from around the world, with an abundance of fresh seafood and local delicacies such as keshi yena, a kind of stuffed cheese, and kadushi, which is a cactus soup. You can’t visit the island without trying its famous Blue Curacao liqueur, made from the peel of the laraha citrus fruit - perfect for a cocktail or two before dinner. When the sun sets, the nightlife comes alive with beachside bars, live music, and dancing until dawn.

Whether you are looking for adventure and excitement or laid-back luxury and total relaxation on a superyacht charter, this little piece of Europe nestled in the Caribbean offers it all and more.

Yachts for Charter in Curacao

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AXIOMA Luxury Motor Yacht for Charter | C&N
72.00m | Dunya Yachts | 2013 (2023)
6 Cabins | 12 Guests | 20 Crew

From: US$ 660,000 p/w

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