St Kitts

St Kitts is a beach-packed, rainforested superstar. Yacht charter guests can explore rustic rumshacks, idyllic bays and sparkling reefs, or climb its lush slopes for ziplines and forts.

Silky Shores and a Lush Interior

If beaches were all it had to offer, St Kitts still would be a superstar. Great stretches of sand hug the coastline of this rainforested beauty. Have your luxury Y.CO superyacht crew tender you over to a rustic rum shack or one of its sophisticated modern marinas. From there, you can explore an interior that mixes volcanoes, classic red phone boxes, hummingbirds, hibiscus flowers and golden rum – there’s even a jaunty island railway.

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Reasons to Visit St Kitts

Cockleshells and Crater Lakes

Take your pick between the bewitching interior and the blissful beaches. You can zipline through the rainforest or climb to cannon-packed Brimstone Hill Fortress, or stay within eyesight of your charter yacht and explore gorgeous beaches and sparkling reefs. Active types can shoot over the water on flyboards, while party people research their favourite cocktail shack. Here's why it's worth chartering a Y.CO yacht in St Kitts.

Cockleshell Beach

The island’s best beach comes with a view. Settle back on the soft sands of this mile-long stretch for a lush eyeful of the forested slopes of Nevis – just across the bay – or grab a snorkel from your yacht charter to see starfish and rays. It’s got a merry buzz, with huts offering barbecued ribs, soca tunes and ice-cold beers. Or simply find a hammock under the palms for a spot of tranquility.

Hit the Interior

St Kitts isn’t just about beaches. Moor your Y.CO yacht charter on the west coast to fly through the treetops on a Wingfield Estate zipline, or gaze across the island from the gun deck of hulking Brimstone Hill Fortress, built by the British in the 17th century. Explore the wild north on the St Kitts Scenic Railway, which rattles past bays and ridges as it traces the coast.

Lime It up on the Strip

Just southeast of the likeable capital, Basseterre, you’ll find the Strip, a stretch of beach bars and rum shacks that are the best place on the island for limin’ (socializing). Grab a Ting with a Sting (white rum and grapefruit soda), before dining on grilled lobster or Mexican food. As night draws in, swap yachting tales around the bonfire or bust out your best karaoke.