Off to a Jamaica Sailing Cruise Vacation!
Jamaica sailing cruise vacation offers you all the beauty the place has to offer. Since it is one of the most popular West Indies' island, Jamaica is quite famous not only for unique gastronomic selections, wide array of music selection to choose from, and of course, its magnificent beaches. If you ask people who have been to a Jamaica sailing cruise vacation, they would tell you not to miss out on its beaches. This is because majority of tourists who go to there love the Jamaica beaches among any other attractions. The most famous beaches to visit include the Negril, the Montego Bay, and the Ocho Rios. These three are major and the most beautiful beaches Jamaica has to offer. Aside from skinny-dipping in the wonderful sands and clear waters of any of these beaches, there are so many water activities you can choose from. With its calm waves, sailing is the most famous sport in the place—both for foreigners and locals. And since the water in the is lukewarm as always, many people cant get enough of swimming in the beaches. For vacationists who are into sailing, visiting Negril is a must. Located 50 miles at the west side of Montego Bay, Negril is a superb beach that is ideal for almost all kinds of water sports and activities. Ocho Rios, on the other hand, is also among the most visited places in Jamaica—especially its Blue Mountains that is filled with wide variety and selection of fauna and flora. This is the most ideal place to stay in especially to those who can't live without the comforts of commercialization because almost all amenities are available at the hotels nearby. Among the three beaches mentioned, the most popular is the Montego Bay wherein you can find three of the most sought-after beaches in the world—the Doctor's Cave Beach that has a five-mile stretch of white sand and has peaceful waves perfect for cruise sailing, the Cornwall Beach that has smooth and white sand and the Walter Fletcher Beach with clear and warm water also ideal for sailing. What you need before leaving Once you have decided to go on a Jamaican sailing cruise vacation, you should consider not only your destination experience but also a list of things that will ensure the success of the trip including:
1. Peak seasons. The peak season for tourists start from January until March because this is the most ideal time to arrange Jamaica sailing cruise vacation. People who are planning to cruise should remember not to arrange their sailing vacations from the month of July until November. This is because no one can sail in the ocean because these months are cyclone season in Jamaica.
2. Type of ship to be used. When planning a Jamaica sailing cruise vacation, you can choose from three types of ships. These include the skippered bareboat, the crewed charter, and the bareboat.
3. Legalities. Aside from choosing the right boat that will cater to your needs, always bear in mind some legalities and confirmations for your Jamaica sailing cruise vacation. These include informing the customs of Jamaica about your arrival in the territory and your intention to stay for a couple of days of weeks. Here, the officials from customs will conduct an inspection in your ship and will ask you to fill up necessary documents such as ship registration, affirmation, permission for departure and a list where the stores of the ships are recorded.