One of the most popular and relaxing corporate yacht charter destinations of all, New England combines convenience and ease of access with a plenitude of charm, fun and yacht-loads of attractions. Famous stopover hubs like Newport and Cape Cod are classic New England: both charming, welcoming, and enticing, yet boasting that familiarity that only comes when one travels ‘close to home’.
A New England by yacht sailing charter grants your corporate guests priceless chances to enjoy the very best of the region, so whether you wish to include whale watching, kayaking, delighting in exceptional seafood specialities (crabs and lobsters galore!), biking, hiking, spending days discovering secluded bays and coves, or delving deep into our nation’s history, you’ll find this a most rewarding corporate charter destination indeed.
Newport Yacht Charter Options
One of North America’s most historic towns, Newport is nicknamed the ‘Sailing Capital of the World’ and is a bustling summer vacationing post. The town is not just pretty as a postcard – especially when viewed from the sea – but it offers some of the richest history in the United States. A vibrant trading town in the 1700s, it still nowadays boasts one of the highest concentrations of colonial-era buildings of any city in the country. Between the history, culture and outstanding landscapes, Newport this place offers a variety of land-based attractions to corporate Newport yacht charter guests, including winery tours, museum-crawls and fantastic walking tours that’ll take your guests to admire opulent colonial mansions. For large groups, we can organize simultaneous land excursions, giving your guests even greater options on their Newport yacht charter trip.
Cape Cod and the Islands
A brilliant pearl of Massachusetts, Cape Cod is an incredibly beautiful peninsula and considered by many Newport, RI yacht charter guests to the premier summer destination of North America, thanks to its myriad of islands, laid-back lifestyle, popular seafood shacks and glowing crimson sunrises. A mecca for artists, writers and anyone looking for inspiration, Cape Cod offers relaxation by day and plenty of fun at night, ideal for those who want a taste of it all.
The island of Martha’s Vineyard is adored by many from the White House to Hollywood including the Clintons, the Kennedys and the Obamas to James Taylor, Mia Farrow and Lady Gaga. The popularity has not stolen a speck of Edgartown’s charm with its cobbled streets, narrow alleyways, and brick storefronts teeming with handmade jewelry, local crafts, homemade ice cream, gooey salt water taffy, antiques and unique boutiques. Within walking distance of town, you’ll your New England sailing charter guests will find long stretches of beaches fringed with sand dunes, expansive salt marshes, bike trails and a refuge of seabirds.
“Thar she blows” welcomes you to the island of Nantucket which was famously penned in Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. And if you’re lucky, you might see whales spouting off the bow as you approach the island. Museums, world class restaurants, architectural walks, bike trails, golf, a winery and brewery in one, the whaling museum and the oldest operational windmill in the U.S. are a few of the highlights of a New England sailing charter trip. And don’t miss the beach plum jelly and quahog chowder.
Cast off on a New England corporate yacht sailing charter and discover this treasured corner of the United States. You’ll be surprised how rewarding a group sailing vacation ‘at home’ can be.
Top Ten Ways to Use Yachts for Corporate and Group Events
Corporate events have come a long way in recent years and nowhere is this more evident than in the luxury yacht charter business. From large group incentive trips to specialized individual sailing jaunts, land and sea-based getaways and glitzy VIP charters, there’s simply not a corporate event that can’t be hosted aboard a luxurious yacht charter.