A crewed yacht charter lets you enjoy an all-inclusive retreat on the water along your own sail or power catamaran including your very own gourmet chef and professional captain. You can have up to 112 guests in an intimate, open structured setting at any given time. Generally, with a crewed charter, you’ll have a 1 to 1 guest to crew ratio. With a private yacht, you can enjoy privacy, intimacy, and security aboard. With a crewed yacht, you can partake in gourmet meals and open bar. If you’re looking at a mega-yacht, you can travel across the Atlantic, therefore meaning there are countless destinations for you to explore. From the Caribbean, the US and British Virgin Islands in the summer months, or the Mediterranean in the spring and summer months, there are endless sites for you to visit. You can choose from a 7-day to 14-day voyage, or stay out at sea for as long as you like.
Prices vary on your destination, trip duration, and yacht size and style. A private yacht in the Caribbean that can accommodate 8 passengers can range from $15,000 to $25,000. A yacht that can accommodate up to 12 passengers can range from $35,000 to $100,000. A 95m yacht can cost upwards of about $703,000 (€640,000) per week, and a 27m yacht can cost around $44,000 (€40,000) per week.
From the idyllic grounds of the Caribbean to the exotic charm of Tahiti, Tonga, and the Indian Ocean’s Seychelles, the captivating shores of the Mediterranean. No matter where you choose to travel, it’s sure to be a great vacation. You can charter a yacht in the Caribbean, Americas, the Mediterranean, and the exotics. You can choose to sail, power catamaran or crewed travel.
Ultimate Trip – Tahiti
For a scenic and picturesque 10-day charter across Tahiti, start at Apu Bay for some amazing views of the mountains on Raiatea and Tahaa, as well as beautiful scenery. Continue onto Bora Bora and visiting its main town of Vaitape Village which has remained a favorite among globetrotters. Next head to the sandy islands that surround the barrier reef of Bora Bora, namely the islands of Motu Piti Aau and Taurere. After soaking in some fantastic views, head on to Pt. Raititi, for spectacular scenery, hotels, and restaurants. Afterward, head onto Faaroa Bay, a long, narrow, and deep inlet with steep mountains, tropical vegetation, and palms trees that rise high. Continue to Opoa Baywhere the surrounding lands are steeped in history. After marveling at the lands, head onto Fare Village where you will encounter the largest settlement on Huahine and a variety of restaurants, shops, and several smaller hotels. Cruise on to Bay d’Avea, the end of the western passage behind Huahine’s barrier reef, there you’ll find several attractions. After that, travel to Haamene Bay, the largest protected body of water on the island of Tahaa. For the last leg of your journey, travel back to Apu Bay for a scenic way to end your charter.