FIND YOUR OWN PARADISE

We make Luxury Yacht Charters happen in all the major cruising grounds of the world.

The best season for the Mediterranean Sea is from June to September.

The cruising, air and water temperatures in the Caribbean are great year round. In the winter months the Bahamas are effected by the cold fronts coming from the continental US. It will not be “cold”, but windy. With a fast motor yacht you can visit the Bahamas out of Florida.

Looking for more exotic destinations, like the South Pacific or Thailand? Contact us and we will make it happen.

In terms of popularity, the top charter areas are: the Caribbean US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, Leeward Islands out of St. Martin or Antigua, Windward Islands out of Grenada or St. Lucia, Greece, the Bahamas, the Mediterranean Sea (south of France, Sardinia, Corsica, Ibiza, Mallorca), and New England.

These areas will have the most yachts to choose from, the widest range of price options, and the easiest flight connections.

The best charter values are probably in Florida and the Bahamas. The most expensive charters are in the Mediterranean.

Also, people and companies often charter yachts during or adjacent to special events, such as the Cannes Film Festival, the Monaco Grand Prix, the America’s Cup and other global happenings, such as the summer Olympics, the Super Bowl and major golf tournaments when they take place near the oceans.

 

CARIBBEAN VIRGIN ISLANDS – USVI – BVI

Many direct flights from the US are offered to St. Thomas, USVI. Don’t forget your passport, if you want to visit the BVI by boat from here. You can also start your yacht charter in Tortola, BVI, with a flight to Beef Island, connecting via San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Windward Islands – Martinique – St. Lucia – St. Vincent and the Grenadines – Grenada

Get the best access to this area with direct flights from the US to St. Lucia and Grenada. Comming from Europe, there are many connections into Martinique.

GO SNORKELING OR DIVING!

There is another exciting world under the surface of the water, waiting for you to discover.

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