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          Embark on a Belize yacht charter and discover Central America’s best-kept secret gem. Perched between Mexico and Guatemala, these pristine cruising grounds offer you the adventure of a lifetime.

          Boasting the second largest coral reef in the world, enchanting Mayan ruins, and a plethora of untouched natural wonders, this tranquil paradise awaits your discovery. Head out to Whipray Caye for a day of top-tier fishing. Cruise South Water Caye, where you’ll find some of the best snorkelling and diving near the barrier reef drop-off. Dock at the luxury marina in Placencia and stroll through the picturesque seaside village and meet the charming locals.

          Have your captain take you to a private sandy shore of your own. On the way, enjoy a massage and a glass of wine, while your chef prepares you an exquisite gourmet meal to eat aboard or on the beach. Jump on a wave runner and explore the stunning coast, or stay on the sundeck and get a golden tan.

          Say goodbye to the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Your Belize yacht charter invites you to unwind and relax on the effervescent blue waters in complete luxury.


          2017 Delta Marine 164' (49.9m)


          From $250,000 Contact

          2008 Heesen 164' (50m)


          From $210,000 Contact

          2008 Westport 164' (50m)


          From $205,000 Contact

          1999 Christensen 124' (37.8m)


          From $87,500 Contact


          Diving- Without a doubt, Belize is one of the best Caribbean dive destinations, due to its clear waters and variety of sites. Plunge in the waters near the Belize Barrier Reef, the second largest in the world, home to 400 cayes, 3 atolls, and 7 marine reserve areas. This UNESCO World Heritage Site expands over 190 miles and bustles with marine life of all sorts.

          Don’t miss the iconic Great Blue Hole, a colossal marine sinkhole near Lighthouse Atoll on many divers’ bucket-lists. Swim with sharks at the Half Moon Caye’s enormous drop-off, or head to Ambergris and dive Shark Ray Alley, whose waters are teeming with a variety of sharks and rays. From nurse sharks, eagle rays, toadfish, barracudas, grouper, slipper lobsters, toadfish to the rare whale sharks, this underwater kingdom will captivate you on your Belize yacht charter.

          Great Blue Hole

          Beaches- Belize’s endless ivory shores invite you to plunge in the azure waters. Cruise Ambergris Caye, where you’ll find top-notch diving and snorkeling spots near the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. This is the perfect spot to get out all of the water toys. Spend the day kayaking, windsurfing, or jet skiing. Go to Placencia Peninsula with sixteen miles of sparkling gold sands and emerald seas. For a quiet beach, check out the palm-lined Hopkins Village Beach. Discover the sugary white sands of Pelican Beach on South Water Caye. This spot is the perfect place to take photos.

          Hop on a tender to Half Moon Caye, stroll the stretch of white sands and keep an eye out for nesting sea turtles. Climb the observation tower to view the graceful birds of the nearby sanctuary. Your captain can take you to plenty of private beaches and coves, so you can spend your days in complete peace and seclusion. Aboard your Belize yacht charter, cruise from beach to beach effortlessly.

          Beach in Belize

          Fishing- Belize, a first-class fishing destination, provides plenty of fishing opportunities for fishermen of all skill levels, due to its diverse coastline. Go fly fishing on the flats of Ambergris Caye, which is home to an abundance of bonefish and tarpon, or cruise over to Glover’s Reef Basecamp, another great place for fly fishing. Head out to the Victoria Channel, known as the Permit Capital of the World, and spend the day battling with feisty permits. As is true of most destinations, Belize has many regulations and requires a fishing license, but there’s no need to worry. Your yacht specialist and crew will take care of all the logistics, and Belize’s rivers, flats, reefs, and serene open waters are home to an abundance of fish species, ensuring you have a fishing trip to remember on your Belize yacht charter.


          Explore- Belize is packed with adventure for everyone, no matter your style. Don’t miss the Baron Bliss Regatta, held every 9th of March. Toast to the late baron with locals and other yacht enthusiasts like yourself. Head over to the world-class course, known as “Great White Shark” and designed by Hall-of-Famers Greg Norman and Lorena Ochoa, and spend the day golfing in Caye Chapel with incredible views.

          If you are looking to view wildlife, there are a variety of options outside diving and snorkelling that you’ll find on the island. Wander the 29-scre Belize Zoo, which is home to Jaguars, toucans, macaws, snakes, and more. At Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, trek through 150 square miles of lush tropical forests, home to the most magnificent wildlife.

          The art scene is particularly spirited in Belize. Look around the numerous shops, stands, and boutiques offering everything from intricate furniture and carvings to vivid paintings. Browse exquisite galleries like the Image factory, which features the best upcoming local artists, and Creek Art Workshop, where you can view the brilliant work of the highly sought-after Walter Castillo. From championship golfing to breathtaking natural wonders and fine art, soak in culture and adventure on your Belize yacht charter.

          Fishmarket in Belize

          History- Belize is world-renowned for its phenomenal ancient Mayan sites. West of Belize City, explore the Cayo District, a cluster of ancient Mayan sites highlighted by rolling hills, breathtaking sunsets, and stunning butterfly gardens. All encapsulated by a lush tropical jungle. Begin just 6 miles south of town, where you’ll find the ancient Mayan ruin Xunantunich, a ceremonial center on the Mopan River. Set along the Mopan River and less than a mile from the Guatemalan border, the temple at Xunantunich was once a civic ceremonial center for the Mayan people. 60 miles south of there, wander the sweeping historical ruin of Caracol, the largest Mayan ruin site in Belize. It dates all the way back to 1200 B.C. and was once home to 120,000 people. Climb the majestic temples for a magnificent view. The site features five plazas, an observatory, and more than 35,000 identified buildings.

          At New River Lagoon in northern Belize, marvel at the crocodile art that covers Lamanai, an expansive 960-acre Mayan site, dating back to 1500 B.C.. Observe beautifully preserved artifacts depicting reptiles. Scale the High Temple for yet another incredible view. Afterward, stop at Mask Temple, where you’ll find intriguing artifacts connected to Mayan and Aztec rulers.

          If you are up for it, hike to Altun Ha, a trading nexus from the Classic Period. Meander through the tombs, pyramids, and temples to learn more about the Mayan people. Survey the man-made lagoon. Visit Temple of the Green Tomb, where elite priest-kings were laid to rest. This site is also great for viewing wildlife such as crocodiles, birds, and foxes. You can’t truly appreciate the magnitude of Belize’s historical significance, until you see these awe-inspiring ruins. Take an unbelievable trip back through thousands of years on your luxury Belize yacht charter.

          Pyramids in Belize

          Dining- Belize offers rustic local dining, as well as exquisite and imaginative fine dining. Make reservations at the French Touch to enjoy delicious French cuisine and wonderful service. Have dinner by candlelight at Hidden Treasure Restaurant, and try their Caribbean curry shrimp or incredibly fresh surf and turf. Take in the view of the majestic ocean at Palmilla Restaurant, as you feast on fresh conch ceviche and grilled lobster.Treat yourself to a more exclusive experience and let your personal chef prepare a five-star meal paired with fine wine and first-class service for you and your group to enjoy aboard your Belize yacht charter.

          Dining in Latin America

          Nightlife- The fun never stops in Belize, even after sunset. Go beach bar hopping in style at Ambergris Caye. San Pedro Townis lined with beachfront nightclubs. Some traveler-favorites are Coco’s Loco Beach Bar, Secret Paradise Beach Bar, and Crazy Canucks. In the Cayo District, Burns Avenue is action-packed. Drink a cocktail or two at Tandoor, Eva’s, Serendib, and Guava Limb. If you’re feeling lucky, test your luck at the Princess Casino or Tropicana Casino.

          In Placencia Village, you can wander the white sands lined with waterfront lounges, like the Barefoot Beach Bar, where you can try a variety of rum cocktails. Your yacht crew will be more than happy to throw you a lavish theme party complete with a diverse selection of cocktails and wines, so you can let your hair down and dance the night away under the stars aboard your Belize yacht charter.



          The Best Time To Go- Book your Belize yacht charter in late November to mid-April.

          Weather- In the winter and summer, the average temperature ranges from 75°F and 84°F. Hurricane season lasts from June to October.

          Airports- The best way to fly to Belize is Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport in Belize City. Five major US airlines, as well as five other airlines, fly into Belize.

          Marinas- The Placencia Marina provides 293 slips for yachts up to 260 feet. Sittee River Marina near Anderson Lagoon accommodates yachts up to 110 feet. Accommodations can also be found at Caye Caulker Port, Caye Chapel Port, Radisson Fort George Port (Belize City), Old Belize Port, Palencia Port, Harvest Caye Port, and Punta Gorda Port.

          Call FGI Yacht Group today for an itinerary customized to your dream Belize superyacht charter.

          Secluded beach in Belize


          2017 Delta Marine 164' (49.9m)


          From $250,000 Contact

          2008 Heesen 164' (50m)


          From $210,000 Contact

          2008 Westport 164' (50m)


          From $205,000 Contact

          1999 Christensen 124' (37.8m)


          From $87,500 Contact

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            TOP 10 THINGS TO DO

            1. Attend the Baron Bliss Regatta
            2. Dive the Great Blue Hole
            3. Snorkel at the Belize Barrier Reef
            4. Explore Caracol
            5. Hike to Altun Ha
            6. Swim Halfmoon Bay Caye
            7. Golf at the “Great White Shark”
            8. Go bonefishing in Ambergris Caye
            9. Visit Lamanai
            10. Browse fine art galleries and craft boutiques



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            Belize Commonwealth country
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            TOP 10 RESTAURANTS

            1. The French Touch
            2. Hidden Treasure Restaurant
            3. Palmilla Restaurant
            4. Rain Restaurant & Rooftop Terrace
            5. Mambo Restaurant
            6. Cocoblanca Restaurant
            7. Vino Tinto Restaurant & Bar
            8. 1981
            9. Il Pellicano Cucina Italiana
            10. La Ceiba Restaurant

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