You would be racing a sailing yacht.
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By sailing yacht it would take a week or two, depending on the wind and weather when you are sailing.
There are yacht tours available all around the world. The Caribbean has a few options for you to choose from such as Caribbean Yacht Charter, Ritzy Charters LLC and Luxury Yacht Tours.
Many websites specialize in chartering yachts, including those in the Caribbean. Such sites include: International Yacht Charter Group, Caribbean Charter, Caribbean Yacht Charters, Charter World, and Boat Caribbean.
A sailor or mariner
It is the act of sailing on a yacht.
BVI yacht charters offer several Caribbean vacations. BVI sails from almost anywhere one would want to travel from and to almost anywhere in the Caribbean.
A yachtswoman is a woman who is adept at sailing a yacht.
A sailing yacht would take several weeks.
A trimaran is a sailing yacht with three parallel hulls.
Generally speaking a sailing yacht - although size matters! Talking here of vessels up to about 60ft.... A sailing yacht is designed to stand up to rough conditions as it cannot outrun weather systems. A motor yacht is designed to be much faster and generally lighter, thus is not so stable in the same conditions. A sailing yacht often has a keel (catamarans excepted) which helps it return to the upright position when it is knocked down by a wave. Motor boats don't generally have this advantage. With normal motor cruisers (there are a few purpose built designs that this doesn't apply to) when running at full speed they consume up to 5 or more litres of fuel a minute. Even with very large fuel tanks, their effective range is generally less than 250 miles. The normal Atlantic crossing from the Canaries to the Caribbean is about 2800 miles, thus causing a bit of a problem. Sailing yachts, rather obviously, don't have this problem. There are exceptions to all of the above, but its a fair generalisation!
A yachtsperson is a man or woman who is adept at sailing a yacht.
You can charter a yacht in the Caribbean ahead of time online at websites such as CharterWorld, VRBO, and Moorings. If you're already in the Caribbean you can contact a company there such as SHERAKHAN, ARKLEY, or UTOPIA.
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