It’s not too late to spend Christmas on a fantastic yacht, book a last-minute winter escape or get a great deal in the Caribbean this season. We bring you six of the best yachts still available for the winter season.




There is still time to book an unforgettable family Christmas in the BVIs on spectacular 72m yacht AXIOMA. Spend the festive season relaxing in the yacht’s infinity pool and Jacuzzi with swim-up bar, indulging in an Organic Pharmacy treatment in the onboard spa and taking in movies in the 3D cinema. To make the day even more special, AXIOMA’s experienced and creative crew can arrange extraordinary themed celebrations onboard, with entertainment, costumes and decorations.





Start your 2019 well onboard 52m SEVEN SINS. Dates are still available from January to March on this stylish yacht, offering a huge indoor-outdoor beach club with a gym and sauna, glass-bottom swimming pool and fold-down balconies opening onto the water. Want to explore the Caribbean islands? Head down to the floodable tender bay to board and disembark the yacht’s Castoldi jet tender in privacy and comfort.





It’s not too late to spend Christmas on 42m OCEAN’S SEVEN in the Caribbean. Even better, the yacht is also offering a 10% discount during January. Take in views of the Caribbean from spacious deck areas, or dine and entertain in elegant minimalistic off-white interiors with designer Italian furnishings and Oriental artworks. Escape the fast pace of the festive season or entertain friends on OCEAN’S SEVEN’s sundeck, featuring a large bar, electric barbecue, large jacuzzi, sunpads, drop-down TV and spaces for seating and dining.





Be among the first guests to experience the powerful sailing performance of newly relaunched G2 on her first Caribbean charter season. One of the most exciting new launches of 2018, the yacht is already booking up for the winter season, but there are remaining dates available in January and March. Feel the wind in your hair from G2’s new exterior decks with new cockpit arrangement or retreat to the yacht’s brand new light, simple luxury Nauta interior.




Booking up fast for Spring 2019, ARION is based in the Leeward Islands this winter. Speed between islands at 26 knots and explore bays on the yacht’s toys, from jetskis and waterskis to fishing and diving gear. Once you’ve built up an appetite, enjoy a meal with family or friends on the sundeck – ARION’s chef is an expert in French, Chinese, Japanese, Mediterranean, Asian and Caribbean cuisines and creates delicious dishes to suit any food plan or dietary requirement.





Weeks remain open in January of March 2019 in the Leeward Islands on sleek, fast cruising yacht SKIP’N BOU, with charter rates starting at only 30,000 USD per week. Equally suited to passionate sailors as she is to first-time charterers, SKIP’N BOU is run by highly experience professional captain Philippe Lechevalier, who with his crew will create a fantastic sailing experience for all onboard. 

To book a charter in the Caribbean, contact the YPI Charter Team on charter@ypiyachts.com

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