Island Hopping | Providenciales to Providenciales

Day 1
Providenciales to Grace Bay (6 nautical miles)

Step aboard your yacht in Providenciales (Provo) and cruise to the north of the island. Swim ashore to the beach at Grace Bay  –proclaimed by many to be the best beach in the whole of the Caribbean. In the evening, dine at Seven — a firm favorite with the yachting crowd. The restaurant serves innovative, artfully prepared dishes pairing local ingredients with global influences. The lobster is said to be the best on the island.

Day 2
Grace Bay to Fort George Cay (4 nautical miles)

Anchor off Fort George Cay and discover the amazing underwater world. The waters off the Turks and Caicos, which are home to the third largest coral reef in the world, comprise the top 10 dive sites and offer a plethora of opportunities for scuba diving and snorkeling.

Day 3
Fort George Cay to Parrot Cay (4 nautical miles)

The first resort to bring Asian style to the Caribbean, Parrot Cay is the ultimate island idyll. Glitzy without being intimidating, Parrot Cay is not the place to come to party. Doze on the beach, stick a flag in the sand for a delicious rum punch, or step ashore to the Zen-like Como Shambhala spa.

Day 4
Parrot Cay to Middle Caicos (20 nautical miles)

Head east to Middle Caicos and explore the intriguing coves in the bluffs. Thought to be more than 130,000 years old, the caves are tucked away in the breathtaking limestone cliffs near Mudjin Harbor and can only be discovered by boat.

Day 5
Middle Caicos to Grand Turk (60 nautical miles)

Grand Turk is the island capital of the Turks and Caicos and offers further fantastic diving, fishing and snorkeling opportunities. Swim with friendly stingrays at Gibbs Cay directly from the beach. Step ashore to the Grand Turk Lighthouse (the only lighthouse in the archipelago) overlooking the precarious North Reef.

Day 6
Grand Turk to Salt Cay (38 nautical miles)

The historic and rustic Salt Cay boasts preserved sites dating back to the 1800s when the salt trade was at its peak. Explore the old ruins, spotting pink flamingos as you go. Once back on board, take the tender to North Bay and swim ashore to the best beach on the island with its pristine white sand lapped by clear waters.

Day 7
Salt Cay to Providenciales (65 nautical miles)

Make your way toward Providenciales and spend the afternoon at the Amanyara Spa. Located next to the 18,000-acre Northwest Point Marine National Park, the resort is brimming with facilities for even the most discerning of guests. Once back on board, enjoy your last Caribbean sunset before you disembark.

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