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Contact The Charter Yacht Company today, so we can present you with a selection of Charter Yachts that best suit your preference and budget.  We are always alert to any Special Offers, so we can provide you with the best value for your money.  We personally inspect each Crewed Yacht and evaluate its Crew to offer you precise, first-hand information. Our service is at no extra charge to you and our expert advice is unbiased, solely representing your best interests.  We provide you with the information and guidance you need for the perfect Charter Yacht Vacation.

We look forward to your inquiries.  Here are some questions we will ask you....

  • Bareboat, Captain Only or Fully Crewed Yacht with Chef?
  • Sailing Monohull or Sailing Catamaran?  Or Power Yacht?
  • Desired Dates?
  • How many people?  Ages?  Is everyone okay sharing two to a bed/cabin, or do some prefer their own cabin or single bed?
  • Do you require a yacht that offers Scuba Diving onboard?  Are you Certified Divers, or would you like to learn?
  • What types of cuisine do you like?  Do you prefer gourmet, simple/fresh/healthy, and/or home-style cooking?  Any particular dietary requirements?
  • What is your approximate budget?  The rates vary considerably, so this helps me know where to stop in terms of recommending options in respect to your budget.  For example, would you say your budget is under $2000/day, $3000/day, $4000/day, $5000/day, $6000/day, etc. all-inclusive?
  • A little about your selves and the activities you would like to do?

You are welcome to look through our online database of Crewed Yachts below.  However, by contacting us directly we can provide you with the most comprehensive information and best match for your preferences.  Upon your inquiries, we will send you a list of e-brochures and rates for our top-recommended Yachts based on your preferences!

When considering yacht options please note the following: 

  • "All-inclusive" means all-inclusive of provisions (wonderfully prepared meals, appetizers and snacks), open bar and cocktails, fuel and all running expenses.
  • Some yachts charge extra for "Licenses/Permits", which can be minimal in certain areas like the Virgin Islands, but more expensive in other parts of the world.
  • "Plus Expenses" mean plus provisions and all running expenses.
  • You can generally start and finish your charter any day of the week.
  • The rates listed are based on 7nights.  There is generally a 7 night minimum for Christmas and New Years Week charters, otherwise you can charter for less days during other times if you prefer.  Charters for more or less than 7 nights are prorated, so divide by 7 and multiply by the desired number of days.  Charters for less than 6 nights incur a Short Term Charter Premium.  Charters for more than 7 nights may offer a discounted rate.
  • The sample menus are just examples of the meals prepared onboard.  I will send you a Preference Sheet and the chef will provision the yacht and create a menu customized to your preference.  The Chefs are very versatile and can prepare meals suited to your personal preferences and dietary requirements.
  • For All-inclusive rates, we may be able to negotiate "Half Board" rates, where you dine ashore a few meals at the local restaurants, if you prefer.  This is generally $25/dinner and $15/lunch per person off the rate.  However, keep in mind that the Chef's we recommend onboard the yachts prepare wonderful meals set to your preference.
  • A crew gratuity is customary, and generally 15% of the charter cost.
  • Some of the yachts offer scuba diving onboard.  For the yachts which do not offer scuba onboard, you can always do what is called an “rendezvous dive” where the local dive boat comes right along side your yacht and takes you diving.  The cost for this is approx. $150/2dive and includes gear.  This option is available for new or experienced divers.  Also, extra kayaks, paddle boards, fishing gear, etc. can be inventoried on your yacht if need be.
  • Please note that most yachts do not have standard “King” or “Queen” size mattresses.  Also, some of the yachts are manufactured and owned by Europeans, who have a different bed measuring system than in the US.  Often the e-brochrues will indicate “double", “queen" or “king" as an estimation.  Also, some of the e-brochures will only indicate “double” or “single”, referring to the fact that the bed is either designed to sleep one or two people, regardless of the actual measurement of the mattress.  If you have any confusion or concerns to this regard, please let me know and we will help clarify.
  • Often you can’t judge a yacht by its size, since some of the newer smaller designs boast more comfort than the older bigger ones.  Also Catamarans are larger in width compared to monohulls.
  • In the case where someone else already has a hold for your dates, we can “challenge” their hold by giving them 48hrs to confirm their booking, or the no-obligation hold becomes ours to with as we wish.

See our FAQ page for more tips on booking a Charter Yacht.  

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Our groups budget is approximately to charter the entire yacht for one full week (7 nights, 8 days). Majority of our yachts, especially smaller sailing and power yachts, offer all inclusive rates that includes all food, beverages and activities offered onboard. Majority of the larger motor yachts operates on a "plus all expenses basis". All of our yachts are fully crewed with captain & crew.