Turks & Caicos

The Turks and Caicos Islands lie East of Cuba in the North Caribbean, they were found by the Great Christopher Columbus over 500 years ago. Due to the diversity of the islands, they were once a popular pirate Hide Out.

The Islands are divided into 2 main groups separated by the Turks passage, they are part of the Bahamas geographically, but with a different government. There are over 200 miles of Idyllic beaches, with primarily very sunny weather. Though the Islands are in the path of the Summer hurricanes.

The Turks & Caicos Islands have a very low population of approx. 33,000 residents. The majority live in the Caicos Islands with Providenciales as the main urban centre. The Turks chain is a lot smaller with the 2 main islands of Grand Turk and Salt Cay, with Grand Turk being the capital. The Islands are a British territory and are famous for truly excellent shellfish.

The Courthouse of Grand Turk Mediterranean Style Villa Aerial View of Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Clouds of the Caribbean Angel Fish A Fairy-Tale Landing The Turks and Caicos Islands Images of the Turks Incredible Caribbean Turquoise Water Colours Watercolors of the Caribbean Aspects of the T & C's Iguana Incredible Beaches Egret Dragon Cay Cove Aspects of Love Wonderful Sunset Three Mary Cays Hawksbill Turtle Margaritaville Grand Turk Angel Fish Grand Turk Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales Spectacular Marine Life Turquoise Waters Shallow Waters of the Turks & Caicos Cushion Starfish Historic First Cathedral, Turks & Caicos Historic Public Library on Grand Turk Vista aérea de Providenciales, Turcas y Caicos

The North Caribbean Charter Yachts

You can Charter a Sunreef Catamaran for Luxury Catamaran Yacht Charter in this incredible Charter Desination. The Yacht is fully equipped to cater for your every need and requirement.

Name Length Currency Max Min
Sunreef 74 74ft LOA $ 36,000 30,000
Sunreef 60 Power Cat 60 ft LOA $ 39,600 32,500
Lagoon Seventy 7 77 ft LOA $ 89,000 80,000

Turks & Caicos Yacht Charter Map

Base Name: Turks & Caicos

Port Name: Providenciales