Choosing a Destination: Helping you choose the best yacht charter destination for your family and friends is easy for us to do. We will want to know a few details - how far from home do you want to travel? Have you done this before? Are you an avid sailor, a boating enthusiast, or never sailed before? Are you interested in off-the beaten track ports or do you want nightlife and casinos? Or a combination of the two? Are you a history buff, a watersports junkie, a hammock potato? What we are trying to say is that the more we know about you, the better we can recommend which location will exceed your dreams.
Take a look at some of our destinations, and then contact us or fill out our Inquiry Form.
U.S. and British Virgin Islands
Leeward Islands of St. Barths, St. Maarten, Anguilla and Antigua
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Florida and the Bahamas
New England from Maine to Newport, RI, Cape Cod and the Islands
Western Mediterranean - Spain, France, Italy, Monaco, Sardinia, and Corsica
Greece, Turkey, Croatia
Other Exotic Ports of the World - Bali, Thailand, New Zealand, Australia, South Pacific
A sailing paradise! A bounty of unspoiled islands and cays surrounded by azure seas and blessed with gentle tropical breezes, sun drenched beaches, secluded coves, and exquisite natural beauty. Although many people have visited St. Thomas, few have experienced the "real Virgins" - those off-the-beaten track places that you can only get to by yacht.
This sailing area stretches only about 35 miles from end to end, and the islands are close together. We sail for 2-3 hours at a time in calm, sheltered waters, always within sight of land. It's the perfect choice for someone who is embarking on their first yachting getaway.
You can fly into either St. Thomas or Tortola or if you are staying at a shoreside island resort, your yacht can pick you up right on your doorstep! Getting to the BVI
An exciting itinerary that it offers a blend of cultures, lifestyles, and landscapes. You'll experience the French flavor of St. Barth's and St. Martin, the Dutch influence on St. Maarten, and the British background of Anguilla. One day, you can peruse the chic boutiques in Gustavia with the fragrance of frangipani in the air, and the next day, you're accompanied by cows and chickens as you wander the dirt roads of Anguilla. Back to top
A necklace of enchanting islands that strings from Martinique in the north to Grenada in the south and includes St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines. The most popular cruising area is the Grenadines where life unfolds at a snail's pace and one long, lazy funfilled day blends into another. The larger islands are stunning with lush, green hillsides jutting 3,000 feet into the sky. Some of the smaller islands are no more than spits of sand held captive by a coral reef. This destination is for those who want to get away from it all and do not need lots of shoreside entertainment or shopping. Back to top
Lighthouses, lobsters, quaint fishing villages, historic seaports, strawberry festivals, and Yankee charm fill the long, lazy days of southern New England in the summer. Newport, Rhode Island, Cape Cod and the Islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard off the Massachusetts are abundant with seafaring spirit, unique and enriching tourist attractions, and exquisite coastal beauty. The best way to sample it all is aboard the deck of your own private yacht where you can be in the heart of the attractions in the morning and anchored off a deserted beach in the late afternoon, perhaps “gunkholing” through the salt marshes in a kayak, exploring a tidal pool, or fishing for the catch of the day. Itineraries also available in Downeast Maine. Back to top
Taste the lifestyle of the rich and famous along the Cote D’Azur and its dazzling ports of call–Monte Carlo, St. Tropez, Cannes, Antibes and Nice complemented by quaint old cities like Villefranche. Or cast off to Corsica and the Costa Esmeralda (Emerald Coast) of Sardinia with its idyllic beaches and stunning resorts made famous by Aga Khan. Ports include Porto Cervo, the Maddalena Islands, and Bonifacio. A unique blend of glitz and glamour with crystal Caribbean-like waters and wild, rugged natural beauty. Could be combined with a few nights in Rome. Back to top
Cruising the Greek islands is on everyone’s dream vacation list. Nearly 300 islands are scattered across the Aegean and Ionian seas ... each one teeming with history, enchanting mythology, romance, shining faces and welcoming arms. You have not discovered the true meaning of hospitality until you’ve succumbed to the charm of the Greek people.The Cyclades chain of islands, close to Athens, is a great itinerary choice for first-time visitors to the Greek Islands. Spend a few days in Athens, doing the “must sees” - the Acropolis, the Plaka, the markets, the nightclubs. Then cast off on your own private yacht. Savor the lively beat of Mykonos and Santorini; soak in the serenity of ancient Delos, the birthplace of Apollo; kick back in Kea and Kythnos, sipping retsina with the locals. Other itinerary choices include the Dodecanese Islands off the coast of Turkey, the Sporades, the Ionian Sea and more. The days are long and warm and dappled with sunshine - the best time to sail here is from May to October. September is our personal favorite. Back to top
Rich in antiquity and ripe with natural beauty, the Turquoise coast of Turkey is an exceptional destination. Ply ancient trade routes, snorkel over Cleopatra’s Baths, bargain for carpets at the bazaar, hike to Lycian tombs, lather up in mud baths, dine in a medieval castle, take a Turkish Bath, visit ancient cities from 700 BC, and learn to belly dance. A great getaway in combination with Istanbul. Many people are nervous about traveling to Turkey - we have found the people to be so welcoming, and the food is as fresh and aromatic as it gets. We recommend flying to Istanbul to savor its historical treasures; then take a short flight to Dalaman near the coast where you can board your yacht in the market city of Marmaris. Like Greece, May to September is the time to cruise here. Back to top
Croatia and its 1,000 islands is the newest of our Mediterranean yacht charter destinations. The rugged coastline of Croatia borders the eastern edge of the Adriatic Sea and is known for its sun-soaked days, crystal clear waters, unspoiled and abundant harbors, wild natural beauty, and charming medieval cities that are brimming with old world charm and history. A 10-day itinerary here is wonderful. You can fly into Split and board your yacht in Trogir and leisurely island hop down the coast ending in Dubrovnik. One day you're in an ancient city sizzling with art, fine architecture, and throbbing nightlife and the next day, you're swimming in a secluded cove with nary another human being in sight. Back to top