Chartering a Luxury Yacht in Fajardo, Part I

Fajardo was first founded in 1760 and was one of the locations used by the Americans to invade Puerto Rico. Nowadays, it is the home of all recreational boating activities in Puerto Rico and is the gateway to the stunning Culebra, Vieques and both the American and Brisith Virgin Islands. Located on the eastern coast, Fajardo is home to the largest marina in the Caribbean (Puerto Del Rey), as well as some of the most impressive bio-luminescent bays and diving hotspots. Puerto Rico may not be an obvious choice as your next vacation destination, but with such close proximity to the United States and daily flights, the island has a lot going for it.

Fajardo’s beaches are some of the best around, which are bounded by calm and clear waters, making this an ideal destination for snorkeling, sailing and scuba diving. It is a destination which is becoming increasingly popular with both local and international tourists, thanks to the local seafood and the close proximity to the Vieques and Culebra. These two islands are located between Fajardo and St Thomas and provide the perfect place to explore, especially on a luxury yacht charter.

One of the best ways to explore this area is by catamaran and one of our favourites is this Lagoon 400, accommodating up to 10 guests in 4 cabins. Combining both luxury, practicality and comfort, the Lagoon catamaran is synonymous with being one of the leading catamarans available on the charter market. She is available for both bareboat and skippered charters, depending on your skill level and preferences.

Are you interested in chartering a yacht around the beautiful Puerto Rico?  At, we welcome everyone from sailing professionals to complete novices and will help you at every step of the way to make your dreams a reality. We have a team of highly skilled professionals who are extremely knowledgeable in their destinations and will be able to help you with any questions you may have.

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