Below are some of the pristine locations across the Mediterranean and the Caribbean where M/Y After You charters.
Along the rustic coastline of the French Riviera, you’ll find Monaco, a city synonymous with glamour, romance, and luxury. With so much beauty packed into this coastal cultural haven, guests have access to world-class, 5-star restaurants, immaculate beaches, art galleries, and stunning architecture. With nearly 300 days of sunshine year-round, Monaco is a bold, beautiful must-see Mediterranean destination.
One of Italy’s most popular seaside destinations, Portofino is devastatingly beautiful and has mastered the art of lavish elegance. The pastel hues of the coastline are enough to capture and keep your gaze from the sea, but ashore guests have the opportunity to wander the cobblestone streets of the city, hike the flora-filled hills, and sip on Italy’s famed wine – all the makings of a lasting Portofino memory.
A short sail away from Sardinia, in the middle of the Mediterranean, Bonifacio is a city that draws inspiration from both France and Italy. With cliffs, cafes, and colorful boutiques, this picturesque town is nothing short of spectacular with jazz events, festivals, and fireworks all summer long.
Amalfi Coast, Italy
For a true taste of Italy, the Amalfi Coast is known for its dramatic cliffs and deep blue waters. While it has become a popular destination with boutique shopping and 5-star dining, the enchanting cities along the coast have maintained their charm and tradition – and their reputation for the world’s best pizza.
A walled medieval city on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik offers visitors spectacular view after spectacular view – from the wild, rocky shores to the ancient baroque buildings. This tranquil city is enriched with a storied past, dating all the way back to the 15th century; its history is observed on the Old City Walls, inside the castles, cathedrals and monasteries, and across the old town square. Dubrovnik is a destination almost untouched by the passage of time.
Ionian Islands, Greece
Laid out across the western coastline of central Greece, the Ionian Islands attract visitors every year, drawn in by their temperate climate, lush vegetation, picturesque mountains, and unrivaled beaches. The vibrancy of the coastal waters transforms from deep blue to blueish greens, turquoise, and finally, crystal clear.
The Bahamas offers some of the most beautiful tropical destinations in the Caribbean. Made up of over 700 islands, guests aboard After You have the opportunity to visit remote, deserted islands for a truly unique experience – having an island all to yourself with colorful fish, iguanas, and friendly sea turtles as your only visitors.
Turks and Caicos
From sunrise to sunset, Turks and Caicos Islands is home to wild horses, populations of flamingos and whales, limestone caves, breathtaking waterfalls, and hidden beaches. Located north of Haiti and southeast of the Bahamas, TCI is home to the third largest reef in the world – perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.
British Virgin Islands
White sandy beaches, beach bar hopping, hiking, cave exploring – the British Virgin Islands is a Caribbean destination that offers something for adventurers, loungers, explorers, and foodies. Made up of 60 islands and cays, the scenery, local cuisine, vibrant marine life, year-round warm weather, and friendly locals make this tropical paradise a repeat destination.
An island paradise for water lovers, St. Lucia’s coastline waters are known to be particularly calm. Backed by pristine hilltops covered in greenery with tropical birds and wild orchids just beneath the tree line, vacationers can discover St. Lucia’s natural beauty by land or by sea.
To any culinary lover’s delight, Grenada is known as The Spice Island, home to spices like nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and turmeric. In addition to the island’s award-winning rum distilleries, and organic chocolate factories, guests who seek flavorful culinary experiences won’t regret a stop in Grenada. Of course, the tropical rainforests, colorful corals, natural parks, and black-and-white sand beaches don’t hurt either.