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  • St. Barts

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    Where Charter Yachts Go

    Charter yachts are available all around the world: West Mediterranean (including Spain, France, Monaco and Italy) East Mediterranean (including Croatia, Greece and Turkey) Caribbean (including Sint Maarten, Antigua, St. Barts, the Grenadines and Grenada) Virgin Islands (including St. Thomas, St. John, Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke) Bahamas (including Nassau, the Exumas and the […]

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  • Symi, Greece

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    Your Total Yacht Charter Budget

    A yacht’s base rate is the weekly price for chartering the boat—but often it does not include things such as food, fuel, dockage and other common expenses that can increase the yacht’s total cost by 25 percent or more. These expenses typically are not included in base rates because different people use yachts differently (that’s a primary benefit […]

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  • The main harbor at St. Barts, northern Caribbean

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    New to Charter?

    Do I have to share a small boat with people I don’t know? Never. You cannot book a true private yacht by the cabin. Instead, you get to have the whole boat, and you get to decide who joins you on board. The group you select is called your charter party.   How can I […]

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  • Sunset in Antigua

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    What Yacht Charters Cost

    Charter yachts have more variable pricing structures than cruise ships. The way you choose to use your yacht determines the amount of money you spend. The size and style of your charter yacht are among the biggest factors in its weekly base rate, which covers the yacht and crew. Unless a yacht is advertised with an inclusive […]

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  • Idol

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    10 Best Charter Yachts with Summer Availability

    Churchill Yacht Partners tells us the 82-foot Nautor’s Swan sailing yacht Ptarmigan has charter dates open in August out of Palma de Mallorca in Spain’s Balearic Isles. Fraser Yachts says the 150-foot Christensen motoryacht Ionian Princess has charter dates open this July with a 15-percent discount on the weekly base rate. Also from Fraser Yachts, […]

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    Why You Need a Charter Yacht Broker

    The short answer: Because they’re free No matter what kind of charter yacht you want, the yacht’s owner or management company pays your charter broker’s fee. Charter yacht brokers are like Realtors that way. If you’re the buyer (of the vacation, in this case), then the seller is the one paying the broker commission. Charter […]

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  • Privilege charter yacht Xenia 74

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    Down Island Caribbean Charter Dates Open

    Here’s an interesting opportunity from Regency Yacht Vacations: The 74-foot Privilege sailing catamaran Xenia 74 is now accepting charter inquiries from Antigua to Grenada, in the far south of the Caribbean, during October and November. Xenia 74 is part of a three-yacht fleet with the same owner. That yacht, along with Xenia 62 and Xenia 50 […]

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  • La Mascarade

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    Save 10 Percent on Mediterranean Yacht Charter

    Cecil Wright sends word that the 98-foot Feadship motoryacht La Mascarade has last-minute charter dates open July 7-22 in the West Mediterranean. To secure a booking, the owner is offering the yacht at a 10-percent discount. The regular weekly base rate is €62,500 to charter La Mascarade during July. With the discount, that drops to €56,250. […]

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