Belize Yacht Charters

Nestled in the lush green heart of Central America and crowned by the world’s second largest barrier reef, Belize is an exotic medley of tropical Caribbean beauty, alluring Mayan culture and welcoming Creole charm. With warm, balmy trade winds, line-of-sight sailing, short passages and miles of cayes and palm-studded beaches, Belize is a boaters paradise.

Explore the 400 islands and cayes of the Mesoamerican reef. Visit idyllic South Water Caye, a coral island that makes up part of Belize’s World Heritage Site, or head for Lagoon Caye for scenic kayaking opportunities. Divers can hire a local skipper to help them explore the world-famous Blue Hole in Lighthouse Reef; a perfectly circular limestone sinkhole plunging 480 feet into the blue water for which it’s named.

Take a yacht charter in Belize and you’ll experience one of the few truly unspoiled destinations in the world. From our base in Laru Beya Marina on the west of Placencia Peninsula you can explore picturesque anchorages hidden along palm-fringed cayes and see over 500 species of tropical fish while snorkeling or diving along coral reefs. In the evening, sip sweet rum-infused cocktails or sample crispy conch fritters and buttery crab claws as the sun sets over the waterfront.

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The best time for sailing in Belize is between June-November. If you’d like to skip the crowds, visit during late May and early June. The wet season occurs in June through November. With southeast trade winds blowing on average 10-13 knots, Belize has top-notch boating conditions.

Regions Worth Highlighting


Yachting in Placencia waters brings you to a delightfully picturesque village. A lovely, crescent-shaped beach lined with a long row of palms borders the small town. Beautiful flowers, thick stands of trees, and quaint framed houses on stilts add to the idyllic tropical setting.

The beauty and unique character of these waters lure visitors to return time after time for more adventures in one of the best snorkeling and diving locations.

Laughing Bird Caye

The picture of relaxation, the unspoiled Laughing Bird Caye National Park, is where many Belizeans go to unplug and enjoy the wonders of the Belize Barrier Reef.

While built infrastructure doesn’t exist on the caye, the undeveloped nature adds to the experience and the beauty for those seeking a truly immersive experience. No overnight stays are allowed, but a day trip is just enough to relish in the peaceful beauty of the isle.  

Silk Cays

Cruising in the Silk Cays waters brings you to three beautiful isles located a mile inside the barrier reef south of the Queen Caye Pass. The tiny isles boast shimmering white-sand beaches and stunning reefs with superb snorkeling.

Plenty of patch reefs and expansive shallow water surround the islands to give spectacular snorkeling and paddling.

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Why Charter a Yacht in Belize?

Explore the Mayan Ruins of Altun Ha

There are so many things to do in Belize, and one of the first things on your list should be venturing ashore and walking among ancient stone structures built by the Mayans, which date back to around 800-900 BC. Altun Ha is located just 30 miles north of Belize City.

Sail to Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye is the largest island in Belize, and remains unspoiled and low-key despite being one of the most popular islands. You can spend a morning fishing on the reef, during your Belize sailing vacation. Your guide will happily cook your catch for dinner.

Dive the Famous Blue Hole

Certified divers won’t want to miss the famous Blue Hole – a perfectly circular underwater sinkhole within the Lighthouse Reef Atoll, which you can see with a skipper or rendezvous diving. You’ll find a wealth of coral formations, marine life and deep caves filled with stalactites.

Visit Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is known as the world’s first jaguar sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to exotic flora and fauna, as well as waterfalls for a refreshing swim – pay a visit while you’re sailing Belize.

Discover the Cayo Region

This region along Belize’s western border is ideal for adventure seekers with its Actun Tunichil Muknal cave systems, subterranean waterfalls and ancient rivers. Adrenaline-inducing zip-lining experiences can also be found here.

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