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Mexico Yacht Charter

Guests onboard a Maxico yacht charter, have the potential to be purely entertained through endless fiestas and frivolity. Mexico has white-sand beaches and crystalline turquoise waters, but that's not the only reason why Mexico makes a fantastic place for a yacht charter vacation. The sizzling nightlife, waterfront restaurants and sheer liveliness of towns like Acapulco, gives Mexico a legendary reputation. Mexico is crammed with apposing identities: desert landscapes, snow capped volcanoes, glitzy resorts, timeless colonial towns, ancient ruins, polluted cities and isolated beaches. 

Three main Mexico yacht charter areas are of particular interest: Baja Peninsula and the Sea of Cortez, The Mexican Riviera from Mazatlan to Acapulco and Cancun. The types of Mexico charter yachts available include motor, sailing, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, as well as luxury superyacht charter.

The fantastic climate means that Mexico is a great yacht charter location year round, although the most pleasant conditions are generally from October to May. The May-September period can be hot and humid, particularly in the south, but cooling blue waters at your back door, it's easy enough to cool off.

Yachting on Mexico's Baja Peninsula – Swimming and Relaxing in Nature’s Bounty.

One very intriguing part that is fantastic for Mexico yacht vacations is Baja Peninsula which lies 1,000 miles along the Southern part of North America’s west coast. The Baja Peninsula is an unusual part of the planet with its desert like coastline and landscape as matched with a teaming ocean with clear water, world class sports fishing and dozens of sheltered remote coves with sandy beaches to explore and anchor you yacht in. A luxury yacht charter in this part of western Mexico also means you can really enjoy Mexico's warm local hospitality and distinctive architectural style. The Island pueblos of Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo and Acapulco are also well worth a look as they are like beautiful pearls that bring in many luxury tourists.

A Sample Week Long Mexico Yacht Itinerary

Day One & Two

Begin you luxury crewed yacht charter in Mexico's La Paz. Meet the crew and board your yacht bound for Balandra which is well regarded for its world class swimming and snorkelling. Isla Espiritu Santo is the first island you will encounter as it’s the first in the Bay of La Paz with its contrasting desert landscapes of reddish limestone cliffs. This landscape is juxtaposed with the turquoise blue ocean. The yacht then heads for Isla Partida.

Day Three

The third day brings a cruise to Los Islotes and the north end of Isla Partida. Swiming with friendly seals and reef diving are the recommended activities here. This part of you Mexican yacht charter holiday provides some of the very best large marine life you will ever see and on your cruise to Isla San Francisco there can be Manta Ray, Seals and Thresher Sharks. The Bay of Isla San Francisco gives good protected moorings and this is the best place to spend a relaxing evening.

Day Four

You can spend the day at the Isla San Francisco and swim form your luxury yacht - the water is warm and its a great spot for swimming and snorkelling. In fact the sandy bottom of the cove on Isla San Francisco is home to wonderful garden eels and you can watch them sink into the sand as you swim over them. Alternatively, there is a recommended day trip from Isla San Francisco to the tiny island of Isla Lobo. You yacht charter could then depart for nearby Bahia Amortajada to spend the night.

Day Five

The fifth day of your Mexico yacht charter could be used to take in Bahia Amortajada where you can kayak into the mangrove forest. Here you can also take your yacht's tender to the small fishing community of Isla Coyote which is another hotspot for diving. The nigh time can then be spent at Punta San Evaristo.

Day Six & Seven

On the sixth and final days of your luxury Mexico yacht charter you can sail back to Isla Partida / La Paz for you final evening on board the boat.

Baja California Yacht Charter
Mexican Riviera Yacht Charter

Cancun Yacht Charter

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