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Belize to Guatemala Flotilla

6 Nights

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Book a cabin on a special 6-night, catamaran sailing flotilla from Belize to Guatemala, August 21-27, 2022. Explore pristine and remote islands along the stunning Belizean coastline before journeying onwards to Guatemala’s magical Rio Dulce aboard a crewed. luxury catamaran.

Your crew will take care of your every need including preparing and serving gourmet meals and exotic libations, catching seafood for your dinner, launching kayaks, taking you on snorkelling excursions, and more.

Highlights of your sailing itinerary include:

Tobacco Caye

Journey to Tobacco Caye, a 5-acre, palm-fringed, coral island perched on the reef with a population of 39 locals. Only steps from the barrier reef, this is a great place to snorkel or dive from the shore, or do drift snorkels outside the reef from the dinghy.

South Water Caye

This pristine, 12-acre private island sits on the reef on the north side of South Water Cut. It is one of the most beautiful and exclusive in Belize. After a late afternoon snorkel, go beachcombing and relax under the tall coconut trees, or have an icy cold Belikin beer at the Blue Marlin Lodge, one of our favorite little bars in all of Belize.


Enjoy a morning sail to Placencia, a peaceful seaside village located at the southern tip of a long narrow peninsula about 30 miles south of Stann Creek. This charming fishing village is bordered by a lovely, crescent-shaped beach trimmed with rows of palm trees. In town, explore the small village shops, walk on the beach and meet the locals. In the evening, enjoy dinner on deck, or explore some of the village’s excellent dining options.

Livingston & Cayo Quemado

Livingston overlooks the Caribbean from a low hill at the mouth of the Rio Dulce. This isolated settlement is only accessible by boat or plane. During the late 1800s, Livingston was Guatemala’s primary seaport shipping coffee, bananas, and tropical hardwoods from the Guatemalan highlands. Sail up the majestic Rio Dulce, which twists and winds for miles through a spectacular gorge of 300-foot, towering limestone cliffs backed by dense walls of tropical green foliage. We reach Cayo Quemada for the evening, a tranquil inlet from the river.

Hot Springs & Fronteras

After breakfast on board, we take the dinghies to the hot springs, where you float in the cool fresh water of the river and feel the rising hot spring pockets from the underground natural springs.

We continue our journey up the Rio Dulce through Lake El Golfete, spotting wildlife along the way. Upon reaching Fronteras, witness the classic case of cultures in collision, as modern Guatemalans and cruisers meet traditional Mayans.

Explore the hidden away bars in the mangrove channels via dinghy, kayak the shores or relax in the pool at the marina, you pick the tempo. Enjoy your final dinner on board before departure in the morning.

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