With fairly short cruising distances and innovative speed in your favor, a Power charter in Puerto Rico is idyllic, allowing your crew to soak up more of the SVI sights and local hot spots in less time. Enjoy maximum efficiency and ultimate comfort aboard your Powercat, complimented by line-of-sight navigation and year-round warm weather. Compact sailing grounds, calm seas, and mild winds make this an ideal destination for charterers of all experience levels. Relish in secluded tranquility and embrace freedom on the water with a vacation in this easily accessible charter paradise offering sheltered anchorages and sufficient moorings throughout.

General Conditions
During the winter months (Nov. to Jan) the wind is from the northeast at 15-20 knots. The Christmas winds can produce 25-30 knots for several days at a time. In February the winds move to the east and by June it changes to the southeast at 10-15 knots. September & October the trade winds are at its weakest and the weather can be less settled. By November the high pressure system around Bermuda starts to stabilize and 15-20 knot breezes become the norm. Immediate weather conditions can be found at https://www.weather.com

June is the hottest month in Puerto Rico with an average temperature of 27°C (76°F) and the coldest is January at 24°C (70°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 12 in July. The wettest month is May with an average of 152mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is July to September when the average sea temperature is 29°C (85°F).

Local Seas
Local seas are "relaxed" seas and generally in the 3-4 foot range.

Historical Weather (Averages by month):

Month

F Max

F Min

C Max

C Min

Ave Precip (in)

Ave Precip (mm)

Ave Water Temp (F)

Ave Water Temp C

Ave Wind Speed

January

83

70

28

24

3

76

77

25

NE 15-25 kts

February

84

70

28

24

2.2

56

77

25

E 15-25 kts

March

85

71

28

24

2.3

58

78

26

E 15-25 kts

April

86

73

29

25

3.7

94

80

27

E 15-25 kts

May

87

74

30

26

6

152

82

28

SE 15-20 kts

June

89

76

31

27

4.5

114

83

28

SE 15-20 kts

July

88

76

31

27

4.5

114

84

29

SE 15-20 kts

August

89

76

31

27

5.3

134

85

29

SE 15-20 kts

September

89

76

31

27

5.3

134

84

29

SE 5-15 kts

October

88

75

31

27

5.5

140

83

28

SE 5-15 kts

November

86

74

29

26

5.8

147

82

28

NE 5-20 kts

December

84

72

28

24

4.7

119

80

27

NE 15-25 kts

TIDES:
In the Virgin Islands, the tide range is very small: 12 inches - 18 inches (one to two feet) including the variation of level due to atmospheric pressure and dominant winds.

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