Luxury Yacht Charter

Luxury yachts generally refer to superyachts and mega yachts, but it can also refer to sailing yachts, motor yachts, catamarans and classic or modern yachts. In order to be considered a luxury yacht, it needs to be over 80ft (25 meters) in length. It has been said that the best way to experience the best vacation is on a luxury yacht through the taste of style, freedom, and elegance. Crewed luxury yachts charters cost similarly to a5-starcruise or hotel, but with a yacht, you receive ultimate privacy. The service you receive is personalized, professional, and friendly including exquisite cuisine.

These yachts can greatly vary in their styles, functions, and size but the most extravagant and largest in size superyachts aregenerally power boats. This provides them with the stability and size to provide fully decorated saloons.

Prices

The prices of these luxury yachts can vary depending on their size, type, and style. A superyacht based in the Mediterranean that can accommodate up to 12 charter guests and features luxury amenities can cost somewhere around $200,000 per week. This price can range from $175,000 - $190,000 per week in the winter seasons or $200,000 – $202,000 per week in the summer months. Another yacht based in the British Virgin Islands that can accommodate up to 10 people could be priced somewhere around $140,000 - $150,000 per week in the winter and $150,000 – $170,000 per week in the summer.

Travel Destinations

They travel anywhere from The Caribbean to Australia and New Zealand. Most luxury yachts travel to the follow destinations:

  • Western Mediterranean
  • Eastern Mediterranean
  • Northern Europe
  • Northern Caribbean Sea
  • Central Caribbean Sea
  • South Caribbean Sea
  • Northeast America
  • Northwest America
  • Central America
  • South America
  • Hawaii
  • Mexico
  • Southeast Asia
  • Indian Ocean
  • Middle East
  • The Pacific
  • South Pacific
  • French Polynesia
  • North Africa
  • Southern Africa
  • Australia
  • New Zealand

The Ultimate Tropical Idyll

For a 16-day trip around the islands of French Polynesia and the South Pacific, start the charter at Fakarava whilst you cruise along the gentle pace of the sea. Head onto Toau, a stunning coral atoll with a perfect lagoon. Explore the lagoon with some swimming, snorkeling, and diving. Continue onto Apataki, one of the largest of Tuamoto Islands. After spending a day or two here, head over to Rangiroa, which is known as one of the world’s greatest diving destinations as well as excellent snorkeling adventures. Afterward take a cruise through Te Ava Nui Pas into the lagoon of Bora Bora, which is clustered with desert islands. After that, make a short trip back through Te Ava Nui Pass and the Pai Pai Pass to the lagoon that surrounds the island of Taha’a, for a view of rainbow fish. When you’ve finished marveling at the picturesque view, head over to Raiatea, which lies in the same lagoon as Taha’a, and discover French Polynesia’s most sacred temple. Continue your journey onto the lagoon of Huahine through the Iriru Pass, and step ashore to the islands pearl farm. For the last couple of days, cruise overnight to Tahiti, where you’ll find cosmopolitan luxury combined with the local culture.