Our yachts have something for everyone. We represent all different types of charter yachts over many locales. Whether you’re looking for the most luxurious charter vessel, a traditional sailing charter, or a family and budget-friendly trip, we’ve got you covered. Choose from yacht charters in the Bahamas, Virgin Islands, New England, the Grenadines, and more.

Catamarans - The Best of Both Worlds

Catamarans are one of the most popular choices for yacht rentals. Due to the unique dual hull design, catamarans provide more spacious accommodations and a more stable sailing experience compared to their monohull brethren. Catamarans also have wide layouts, providing plenty of room, shade, and separation and privacy between staterooms. These vessels provide great value for their size and are excellent choices for first-timers.

Monohull Sailboats - The Authentic Experience

Monohull sailboats represent the classic, age-old sailing tradition. These adventurous charters are often crewed by their owners, allowing for the enjoyment of an even more authentic experience. These sailing charters are ideal for those who love the exhilarating feeling of the wind in their hair and the waves beneath them. Monohull sailboats have a certain charm and character and, in addition to their classic features and amenities, make any charter experience an unforgettable one.

Motor Yachts - Never Compromise

Motor yachts are the ultimate in luxury for those who demand the best and want to see it all. Our motor yachts offer exceptional onboard accommodations, amenities, and service. Their opulence provides larger and more spacious shared areas and guest rooms, more flexibility and mobility throughout the islands, and every amenity you can dream of. These charters often have larger crews to tend to their guests and help make all the on-board toys readily available.

A note about motor yacht charter costs: most luxury motor yacht charters start at $25,000 just for the yacht itself. All other charter expenses (fuel, food, beverages, bar, dockage fees, etc.) are an additional cost. These costs are handled by paying an advance provisioning allowance (APA) in addition to the yacht rate. This rate is typically 35%.