Belize one-week bareboat
- Creole villages
- World-class fishing
- Kayak deep blue lagoons and rivers
- Pristine beaches and lush rainforests
- Snorkel world’s second largest barrier reef
- Balmy trade winds and line-of-sight sailing
Nestled in the lush green heart of Central America and crowned by the world’s second largest barrier reef, Belize is an exotic medley of tropical Caribbean beauty, alluring Mayan culture and welcoming Mexican charm. With warm, balmy trade winds, line-of-sight sailing, short passages and miles of cays and palm-studded beaches, Belize is a sailor’s paradise perfect for experienced sailors.
Explore the 400 islands and cays of the Mesoamerican reef. Visit idyllic South Water Cay, a coral island that makes up part of Belize’s World Heritage Site, or head for Lagoon Cay for scenic kayaking opportunities. Divers won’t want to miss the world-famous Blue Hole in Lighthouse Ree, a perfectly circular limestone sinkhole plunging 480 feet into the blue water for which it’s named.
Take a sailing holiday in Belize and you’ll experience one of the few truly unspoilt destinations in the world. From our base in Laru Beya Marina on the west of Placencia Peninsula you can explore picturesque anchorages hidden along palm-fringed cays, see over 500 species of tropical fish while snorkelling or diving along coral reefs, sip sweet rum-infused cocktails at palm-fringed beaches or sample crispy conch fritters and buttery crab claws as the sun sets over the waterfront.
Set sail on your private yacht from our base at Laru Beya Marina. With your own boat to command, you can set your own agenda while sailing beautiful Belize. Enjoy line-of-sight sailing, a selection of marinas, anchorages and buoys to moor at and consistent trade winds that create fantastic sailing conditions. Here you’ll learn what keeps luring sailors back to the stunning shores of Belize year after year.
Our intermediate sailing destinations, Level 2 sailing areas offer a greater challenge for sailors more comfortable on the open water. Enjoy strong winds and longer spells of open water sailing, suitable for more experienced skippers.
To sail in this destination you'll need at least an ICC or an RYA Day Skipper qualification or above. Please note, an ICC or RYA Day Skipper qualification is compulsory for Greece.
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Laru Beya Resort
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