Combine the best of land and sea by staying at a shoreside resort for a few nights followed by a few days of island hopping aboard a fleet of luxury charter yachts. In many waterfront locations, we can sail right into the hotel’s harbor, flying your company’s flags, sounding bells and horns, creating a spectacle for the eyes and building excitement for what's to come! All aboard!
First time yachting? A land and sea cruise program is an easy way to “get your feet wet”. We guarantee that you’ll want to do an all-yachting program the next time. We recommend that you stay at the resort and then cast off on the yachts. 99% of our guests tell us that their yachting experience far surpassed their time ashore.
Tiered Programs: Many companies run two-tiered incentive travel programs - one trip for all of the award winners and an add-on program for the top achievers. For example, a technology company booked their President's Club at an incentive quality Caribbean resort. At the end of the trip, the select few in the Chairman's Club cast off on a fleet of private charter yachts - now that’s motivation for the others to keep aiming high!
Ritz, St. Thomas and the BVI: A foodservice company stayed at The Ritz for 3 nights, savoring the pleasures of St. Thomas including duty free shopping and golf. Then they set sail in the BVI for 4 nights.
Puerto Rico Flyaway: A technology company settled into the island groove at the Ritz in Puerto Rico, enjoying golf, shopping, and casinos. On Day Three, they took a 30-minute flight to the BVI. Within ten minutes of clearing Customs, they were basking on the deck of their private yachts with a chilled pina colada in hand… ready for four days of sailing in paradise.Monte Carlo Sailaway: Dealers from an automotive company spent 3 dazzling nights in the heart of Monaco and then cast off sailing for Cannes, St. Tropez, Antibes, and Nice
Nevis Flyaway: Many consider the Four Seasons in Nevis as the premier Caribbean destination, and Nevis itself is still a lovely, sleepy island. After a few days here, one client hired private planes to whisk its guests to St. Martin where they enjoyed yachting in the jet setting islands of St. Martin and St. Barths.. rubbing yacht rails with the rich and famous.