The Caribbean is the place to be on New Year's Eve if you're a billionaire with a superyacht. Here's a look at the islands that currently have the most docked yachts.
- St. Barts has long been a preferred holiday spot for the rich and famous, and a number of billionaires just arrived on the ritzy island via superyacht to celebrate New Year's Eve, according to Forbes.
- MarineTraffic, a ship-tracking website, shows other notable superyachts docked at nearby Sint Maarten, the Dutch half of Saint Marten, as well as the island of Antigua.
- The billionaires cruising the Caribbean include LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault and media mogul David Geffen.
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Bloomberg previously reported that the superyacht count in Sint Maarten, the Dutch side Saint Martin, swelled to 52 in December. The count in November, for comparison, was 16. Even still, that's not where the greatest number of billionaires will ring in the new decade: Saint-Barthélemy, or St. Barts, is known for that, according to Forbes.
MarineTraffic, a real-time ship-tracking website, charts where notable vessels are docked. And currently, the interactive map shows that a number of superyachts are anchored in St. Barts, St. Maarten, Antigua, and Nassau.
Keep reading for a look at the popular ritzy Caribbean destinations for New Year's. We also included a look at the boats and the notable boaters celebrating in each.