Enjoy Our Pirate Charters of the  Caribbean along with the numerous activities and adventures that we offer. Operations@BlackPearlofTahiti.com   

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Pirate Charters Of the Caribbean

 Explore the Virgin Islands on a Sailing or Mega Yacht charter with an experienced and entertaining captain and crew. Although daily reef snorkels, adventures and island romance can be routinely expected, some of the most popular term charters include:

St John,   US Virgin Islands - Most of the island, beaches, shores, and nearby waters are part of a US National Park. Controlled commercialization has kept this paradise in pristine condition with romantic beaches and great restaurants. The St Thomas ferry connects to an international airport and access to markets and amenities not normally found while pursuing adventure and enjoying romance on the less inhabited other islands.

St Thomas,   US Virgin Islands

This economic hub offers an international airport and access to markets and amenities not normally found while pursuing adventure and enjoying romance on the less inhabited other islands.Yost Van Dyke,   BVI – British Virgin Islands

Infamous for the best New Years Eve Parties in the Caribbean, these beaches are magnets to the celebrities and the Rich and Famous of the world. Home of the Soggy Dollar Bar & Foxy’s.

Tortola,    BVI – British Virgin Islands - This economic hub offers an international airport and access to markets and amenities not normally found while pursuing adventure and enjoying romance on the less inhabited other islands.

Virgin Gorda,    BVI – British Virgin Islands

 

Well known for the “Baths”, which is a unique geological formation sought by tourists from around the world. These house-sized rock formations naturally arranged to form magnificent beaches and swimming coves second to none.

 

Salt Island,    BVI – British Virgin Islands Known for the magnificent dives on the wreck of the HMS Rhone.

Cooper Island,    BVI – British Virgin Islands

 

Rub elbows and share some legends and lore with the swashbucklers of the world who dine on this remote private island.

 

Norman Island,    BVI – British Virgin Islands

 

As an inspiration to the book, “Treasure Island”, perceptions of a pirate’s life here can conger up some colorful imaginations here.  Although mindful of pirate booty discovered here in the past, the real treasure is to enjoy snorkeling and diving along the customarily calm waters near the cliffs or “Caves” as the are locally known or the nearby offshore reef structures  known as “The Indians”.

 

Puerto Rico - Rumored to be in line as a 51st  state, this paradise not only has all the modern conveniences, but also all the old world charm that includes Spanish fortresses and castles that abound. Touring tropical rain forests is also an option as well as challenging Lady Luck in one of the casinos.

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Captain Craig

 

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 Day Charters in the Virgin Islands

Typically I schedule my sailing charters to begin with the onset of the tropical breezes at around eight thirty unless my guests like a late start, in which case, an hour more of sleep will usually do the trick.

Buddy, my pet,  can hardly wait for the dingy trip to the National Park Service pier  to get his business done and I also get a chance to check my email messages at my booking agents nearby marketing kiosk.

Before motoring back to the sailboat, I’ll get a bag of ice to make my rum punch a real impression. My rum punch might not have the customary eleven herbs and spices, but the unique blend of coconut, orange, pineapple,and lime juice sets the mood not to mention the three blends of rum.

The sailboat was designed to sleep six so there’s plenty of room for the day sail guests. The over built hull and rigging leave little to be desired in the way of comfort and security as it was originally built for heavy seas and sailed over from South Africa.

 

Term Charters in the Virgin Islands

The pace of the day is usually started with the subtle glow of the sunrise on the calm sea. Winds usually take a couple of hours to form as the absorbed heat from the sun causes thermals to rise from the nearby islands and suck in the cool air and moisture from the surrounding sea.

No need for the jolt of an alarm clock as there is almost a couple of hours before a sense of urgency sets in which leaves plenty of time for breakfast and getting the sailboat ready for the day’s responsibilities.

The guests get up at their leisure to the smell of bacon and fresh coffee. As the small crowd intently enjoys their meal at  the Captain’s table, plans are made for the activities of the day.

 Unchallenged by their unanimous attitude, we’ll navigate over to the next island over to enjoy snorkeling their reef with the chance of eying the giant tarpon which usually reside there. This particular reef usually has clouds of small fish schools which seem to keep the Tarpon interested in hanging around.

 

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