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Bright Star Ii

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One of the great things about sailing in Bermuda is that you are never too far away from the coast. Located in the North Atlantic Ocean, just over 600 miles away from the coast of Cape Hatteras in North Carolina, this beautiful archipelago comprises approximately 140 coral islands. There are plenty of boats to choose from if you are thinking about taking a cruise, but the elegant Bright Star II Yacht will cater for all your needs. Glide across sparkling turquoise-green waters, where many a seafarer has sailed before you, and enjoy one of the most relaxing tours on the island. Sailing on the Bright Star II Yacht is a brilliant experience, a must do on your Bermuda holiday.

The Bright Star II is a premier charter yacht, offering excellent facilities and a large, spacious deck for sunbathing and relaxation, as well as a luxury lounge and bedroom below deck so you can retreat to the comfort of your cabin if the hot Bermudan sun gets too much for you. The yacht is available for renting during the day or evening, and you can also rent it for an entire night. The Bright Star II is ideal for lunch, dinner or evening cocktails and there are a variety of meal options to choose from. Enjoy sipping cocktails with your friends under the stars, or plan a romantic moonlit dinner with a loved one. The yacht picks up and drops off from most places on the coast, ensuring convenience and ease, so you can tailor this exciting sailing experience to fit in with you and your holiday.

Enjoy stunning views of Bermuda’s breathtaking coastline and coral islands as you glide through the ocean in style, past picturesque harbours, colourful waterfront properties and old forts and lighthouses in addition to glorious pink sandy beaches and sparkling turquoise lagoons. It is no wonder that Bermuda’s waters attract sailing enthusiasts from all over the world. Stop and anchor near enchanting secluded coves and spend time swimming and snorkeling in crystal clear waters. Discover a magical undersea world as you explore vibrant coral reefs and swim amongst colourful exotic fish, turtles, stingrays, moray eels and many other tropical sea creatures.

Bermuda’s seas are warmed by the waters of the Gulf Stream flowing up from the Caribbean, which explains the diversity and abundance of marine species in this region. You may even be lucky enough to see dolphins swimming alongside the yacht or diving in the distance. An exciting addition to your holiday in Bermuda, cruising on the Bright Star II offers an unforgettable experience of discovery, romance and adventure.

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