Belize Sailing Destination
Overview of the Belize Cayes
BELIZE – With a population of just 390,000 people, the second-largest reef in the world, and over 200 islands to explore, we believe that Belize is a perfect place to be socially distant. Sail to remote islands with only your captain and chef on board with all of your needs taken care of, from delicious fresh cuisine, exotic libations, multiple snorkeling experiences, and opportunities to paddleboard, fish, beach comb, and of course, to relax on deck as you sail with the trade winds.
The Blue Holes of Belize attracts Scuba Divers from around the world. The Great Blue Hole is a popular spot among recreational scuba divers who are lured by the opportunity to dive in deep azure blue water and meet several species of fish and other underwater creatures. This popular dive spot lays near the center of Lighthouse Reef.
Belize marries spectacular waters, hundreds of idyllic islands with a fascinating, culturally rich heritage. Still relatively undiscovered as a sailing destination, anchorages are so quiet you may only see a handful of boats in a more popular location and there are myriad islands to explore. The trade-winds typically blow in from the east, ensuring the ultimate sailing conditions for sailing North and South. We have chosen the Southern route as our sample itinerary, please enquire about the Northern itinerary.
Having a hard time visualizing your crewed yacht vacation?
Take a look at a 7-day sample Belize itinerary to start
planning your trip.
While everything in Belize is stunning, there are a few
things not to be missed. Take a look at our favorite anchorages,
restaurants, beach bars and shore excursions.