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Turks and Caicos Yacht Charters
The beautiful island of Turks and Caicos is located near the Bahamas and part of the British Commonwealth. Travel and tourism have increased on this well to do island thanks to the lush and beautiful tropical environment and the luxurious vacation homes that have proven a hit with travelers from all over the world. At the center of this exotic paradise is the island of Providenciales affectionately known to the locals "Provo." Turks and Caicos is unlike any other island and chartering a yacht is guaranteed to be a glorious time for you and your loved ones!
Email or phone us today +1 (305) 515-4735 to talk directly to a charter specialist!
Ask us how we can make your next catered event one that will leave your guests mouths watering.
Day Yacht Charters yachts are always equipped and stocked with coolers & ice, bottled water, and sodas. In addition, we provide fuel, snorkel gear, and a crew.
Hats, sunglasses, a sweater in case of a cool evening, an MP3 player or phone for music, and sun block... lots of it! If you are prone to sunburn get SPF 25 or higher.
We do not provide alcoholic beverages, so please bring a bottle of any type you prefer. Also, if you wish to bring your own food you are also welcome to do so.
Turtle Cove Offers a Full Service Marina
Turtle Cove Marina is a contemporary facility that has deep-water slips. . It is Provo's hub of activity and serves as a port of entry as well. There is full dockside service and amenities to make your stay more enjoyable. Turtle Cover has it all and has had the honor of being named the “heartbeat of the island.” This marina also features a charming residential area with four incredible restaurants all within walking distance, a shop to grab a cup of coffee, a place to book a diving excursion and charter a boat, and a few additional shops. If you go a little further you will end up at the Grace Bay area where additional conveniences await you.
Caicos Marina and Shipyard
Caicos Marina and Shipyard has been serving the island since 1988. It is a full service marina and shipyard as well as another port of entry. Here one can get long and short-term boat slips, storage, service and repair and boat sales. Travel lift, outboard and diesel repair, and marine retail store on premises.
Blue Haven Resort & Marina
This mega-yacht marina is managed by IGY Marinas, and features the Salt Bar and Grill Restaurant which is located at the beautiful Blue Haven Resort in Leeward.
South Walkin & Sons Marina & Dock
The South Walkin & Sons Marina and Dock is located at Heaving Down Rock on Leeward. It is home to such fun activities such where travelers can partake in various water sports and sailing excursions.
The stunning islands of Turks and Caicos are frequently rated among the world's top yachting destinations, boasting shimmering white sand beaches and breathtakingly turquoise water on islands that are, happily, not over developed.
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Send an online charter request for yachts in Turks & Caicos Islands charter reservations and pricing info, or phone call +1 (305) 515-4735 to talk directly to a charter expert.
Events we cover.
Is your idea of a perfect holiday luxurious surroundings? Can you imagine hosting grand parties and gatherings? Do you see yourself sipping champagne with your loved ones watching the sunset? Can you envision a romantic candlelit dinner with your loved one aboard your private yacht?
Just let us know what you desire! We promise you will receive nothing but the best from Day Yacht Charters and its staff.
Our luxury yachts are just the things you need to make your events memorable. You can hire a private yacht and then personalize it in any way you want for an event or a trip. We have the best Turks and Caicos island yachts lined up for your romantic getaways, official meetings, family gatherings, or just enjoyable nights out.
Other than yacht-related activities, people who want to explore the coast can go snorkeling, fishing, and scuba diving. If our standard yacht timings do not please you, then we can always arrange longer trips for you. We understand the appeal that the majestic water and its mysteries has on tourists, and we will be more than pleased to accommodate your sense of intrigue in any way we can.
Day Yacht Charters Turks and Caicos Islands offers their services to crowds of people and provide something for everyone. We provide our customers with an experienced crew along with the perfect yacht. We always plan the perfect holiday getaway for you, meaning you will not have to worry about anything at all.
Snorkelling is a major attraction in Turks and Caicos Islands.
Snorkeling is one of the most popular past-times of visitors to the Turks and Caicos Islands thanks to the Turks and Caicos Barrier Reef. These beautiful and vibrant reef formations and relatively calm waters provide snorkelers an amazing site to see.
Turks and Caicos Barrier Reef is the third largest barrier reef in the world and shields Grace Bay Beach from large waves- keeping the waters calm and crystal clear. The reef is home to many colorful and interesting sea creatures, such as turtles, stingrays, and various tropical fish. Seasoned and new snorkelers are bound to be delight by the many exotic reefs and sea life.
Smith's Reef comprises of multiple reef systems and is located off the Providenciales and is definitely a prime spot to take in a snorkeling session. Here one can see various tropical marine creatures in their natural habitat.
Snorkeling at Smitch Reef Providenciales
An assortment of hard and soft corals can be found at Smith's Reef and if you look carefully, you may be able to see a spiny lobster or a moray eel hiding out under the ledges. Underwater placards are also present at various locations to help you identify special points of interest.
Malcolm's Road Beach
Malcolm's Road Beach is located at Northwest Point Marine National Park. It is a isolated patch and very distinctive as it is close to the drop-off at the edge of the Caicos Islands plateau (also known as the “wall” to locals).
Those who are more seasoned in the art of snorkeling would be better suited to visit this area as the water is not to deep but after one ventures past the “wall” it can dip to 7,000 ft.
Snorkelers who do venture to Malcolm’s Road Beach will not be disappointed as it too boasts a variety of tropical fish and sea creatures.