The Bahamas, the British Virgin Islands, and Antigua and Barbuda.
Ahhhh, the Caribbean. A dynamic cluster of amazing islands where people from all over the world vacation – and for good reason!
Every island in the Caribbean offers something different. Whether you prefer to relax on the beach with a rum punch, or zip line through the trees in the jungle, the Caribbean has it all. Adventurous cruisers can even hop from island to island, experiencing the best of all worlds right from the water. Snag-A-Slip is a free, online boat slip reservation site where you can explore awesome marinas in the Caribbean and rent boat slips easily. If you are charting your course or you want to see our marinas on a map, click the interactive map button above!
A famous sailing haven and cruising destinations, the British Virgin Islands are a boater's playground.
The British Virgin Islands, commonly referred to as the Virgin Islands, are a collection of 60 unspoiled islands in the Caribbean. Mostly known for its famous islands, including Tortola, Anegada and Virgin Gorda, BVI is expansive and offers an island experience for every taste. From sailing to fishing, snorkeling to shopping, boaters will never tire of this amazing paradise.
Did you know that there are hundreds of islands to explore in the Bahamas? It's true!
According to Bahamas.com, the Bahamas is comprised of 700 islands sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean starting just 50 miles off the coast of Florida. The archipelago is an ecological oasis featuring 2,000 breathtaking islands and cays and boasts the clearest water on the planet. A true boater's paradise, the Bahamas offers up something for everyone. From the city of Nassau, to the simple serenity of the Out Islands, there's a lifetime worth of places to visit in this gorgeous destination.
The tropical islands of Antigua and Barbuda are located in the heart of the Caribbean - and they both offer an untouched Caribbean vibe that boaters will love.
Antigua is the larger of two islands of Antigua and Barbuda, located in the Northern part of the Eastern Caribbean. Barbuda is Antigua's "sister" island located about 28 miles north. Here you can visit and explore famous caves, head out on a fishing excursion or just relax on any one of the many sun-soaked and fairly secluded beaches.