Top 5 Resorts For Those Who Arrive By Sailboat

If your vacation (or day to day life, for you lucky ones…) consists of sailing around the world on a luxury sailboat there’s a good chance you have everything you need right on board. Even so, there are some really great resorts around the globe that cater to guests arriving by boat. So, if you feel like spending a night or two on solid land while you soak up some great hotel amenities, here are 5 recommendations for resorts that you can sail directly up to.

The Perry Hotel

Key West, Florida

Perry Hotel Key West

The Perry Hotel in Key West is pretty new, having just opened in May of this year. The resort sports 100 rooms and reflects the area’s rich fishing history. The resort also boasts a 220 slip, deep water marina. This makes the Perry Hotel the largest marina in the Florida Keys. If you stay here, be sure to check out the resort’s on property restaurant.

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club


Hamilton Princess and Beach Club

The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club is the only resort on the island of Bermuda with its own full-service marina. The resort just underwent a $100 million dollar renovation. All of the rooms and public areas have been upgraded, but there are some pretty cushy amenities available for those of you that want to stay on your own vessels in the 60 slip marina. You can order room service directly to your berth or order on-board massages via the marina concierge.

Resorts World Bimini

The BahamasResorts World Bimini

This resort is the largest in all of the Bahamas, with 230 slips across two marinas. You get plenty of perks should you decide to berth here, like dedicated security, ice and fresh water, laundry amenities and service for transferring your luggage and gear if you decide to stay in the resort. You can spend the rest of your stay enjoying the on-property casino or lagoon style pool.

Miragio Thermal Spa Resort

Halkidiki, Greece

Miragio Thermal Spa Resort

If your sailing adventures take you to the Mediterranean and you fancy some spa treatment, the Miragio Thermal Spa Resort should be on your list of stops. The marina at this resort can accommodate up to 81 vessels, all of which are guarded by dedicated security. You can also find on-site maintenance should your boat need some work done prior to putting out to sea again. The resort itself boasts 9 different restaurants and bars, on-site childcare and, of course, the hot spring spa.

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas

Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas

This resort is a fantastic choice if you’re cruising the Caribbean. Sitting on 7,000 acres, the Casa de Campo Resort & Villas has 350 slips to choose from and you’ll find such amenities as electricity, water and cable, as well as a full-service shipyard in case you need repairs done. If you happened to throw your golf clubs on your boat you can enjoy three different golf courses on the resort property.