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Our experienced charter broker will have a free consultation to discuss your needs and expectations of a crewed yacht charter vacation. They will consider the vacation experience you are looking for, the duration of the trip you are planning, your preferences and the type of yacht you are looking for. Based on your preferences, they will advise you on the different options and prepare a proposal for you.
It is important to understand the differences in the types of yachts to be able to make an informed decision on the yacht that is right for your ultimate yacht charter vacation
The multi-hull design offers great stability and spacious interior and exterior designs. Hoisting the sails and switching the engines off to be powered by the wind is every sailor’s dream.
The multi-hull design offers unique and spacious interior layouts and well-appointed deck areas. If you need a bit more speed, this is the right choice.

Experience the romance and freedom of the wind in the sails of a luxury sailing yacht.  Whether you want to take a turn at the helm or relax while the crew sails the yacht, you will have the most relaxing vacation feeling close to nature.  Sailing yachts do not have the stability of catamarans, but it has all the comforts you will need with all the pampering of a crewed yacht charter vacation.

Luxury motor yachts are spacious, fast and luxurious. It usually offers a bigger selection of toys and amenities. Consider the fuel consumption as it is usually an extra expense.
Once you step on board a luxury crewed yacht, you will fall in love with the ultimate in luxury, privacy and freedom! Your professional crew will take care of every aspect of your experience! Your qualified captain will plan a perfect itinerary to suit your group and your professional chef will have a menu tailored to your food preferences. The personal service you will experience on board will ensure that you have the most relaxed, worry-free and awesome vacation. The activities on board will be ready for you to dive in. A crewed yacht experience is the ultimate yacht vacation!
The yacht you choose, the age and size of the yacht, the crew's experience, the destination, the amenities and water toys onboard, the length of your charter and the number of your guests are factors that will determine the cost of a crewed yacht charter. Most of our charters in the Caribbean are all-inclusive, ranging from $20,000 to $100,000 plus gratuities for 7 nights. Our Bahamas charters start around $30,000, plus expenses. Our higher-end motor yachts start at around $70,000, plus expenses. Our experienced charter broker will guide you in your choices to ensure you plan the ultimate luxury crewed yacht charter.
Your charter broker is an industry specialist and guides you to plan every detail of your luxury yacht charter experience. The price for a charter broker service is included in the price of your charter; yachts do not offer lower prices if booked without a broker. Your broker has access to a vast database of entire fleets of yachts in the area you are looking to charter; they have first-hand experience of the charter area, have worked as crew on similar yachts and understand the qualities of the yacht, the crew and the service you desire. They will be able to give you unbiased advice and take care of all the legalities and paperwork. Your funds will be held in a secure escrow account for your protection and will not immediately be released to the owner or crew of the yacht, but according to the different timeframes in your charter agreement. Your charter yacht broker is your trusted agent who is looking after your interest to ensure your charter runs smoothly and meets all your expectations.
Most yachts offer all-inclusive rates, which include the crew, which consists of a qualified captain and private chef, whereas larger yachts may have additional crew, like a deckhand and stewardess onboard. All meals and standard ships bar (liquor, wine, beer, soft drinks, and juices) are included. The watersport activities are included except for scuba diving on some yachts.
A crew gratuity of 15-20 %, transport (land and water taxis) to and from the yacht, overnight dockage in marinas, shore excursions, meals ashore, top-shelf liquor and wine, or excessive consumption thereof. Other services like rendezvous diving and spa treatments.
Our Bahama charters and luxury motor yachts only include the yacht, with all the other charter costs added for the client’s expense.
Our Bahama charters and luxury motor yachts only have a base price for the yacht. The additional expenses include fuel, food, beverages, ships bar, dockage fees, and customary crew gratuity. The expenses are paid in advance (APA – advance provisioning allowance) and are typically 35 % on top of the base charter rate.
APA or Advance Provisioning Allowance is the arrangement for paying your expenses during your charter. Our Bahama charters and luxury motor yachts only have a base price for the yacht. The additional expenses include fuel, food, beverages, ships bar, dockage fees, and customary crew gratuity. The expenses are paid in advance via an APA (Advance provisioning allowance) and are typically 35 % on top of the base charter rate.

When you contact us, tell us your specific dates, the destination, the number of guests in your party and the estimated budget.  We will search our database and prepare a proposal with online detailed brochures for the available yachts.  Once you have decided on a yacht, we will put a 2-week complimentary hold on the yacht’s calendar.  We will send an industry-standard approved charter agreement with the payment terms for you to sign.  You will send the relevant deposit for your charter.  A 25 % deposit is due if your charter is booked more than 6 months in advance, then another 25 % deposit 6 months before the charter.  A 50 % deposit is due if your charter is booked less than 6 months in advance.  Last minute charters within 1 month of the charter date, a 100% deposit are due.  The final balance is due 60 days before the charter.  Once we have your signed agreement and deposit funds in hand, we will confirm your charter.  All funds will be safely held in an Escrow Account.  Charter fees are payable by credit card, US check, or wire transfer.  Processing fees might apply for payment by credit card. 

You can start looking forward to your luxury yacht charter vacation!

We will send you a preference sheet for food, drinks, and activities to be filled in.  We will advise you on flights (we recommend that you do not confirm any flights until your charter is confirmed) and accommodation suggestions if you plan on staying on the island before or after your charter.  We will finalize every detail before your charter; we will check in during your charter and gather feedback after your charter.  We are here, every step of the way!

Travel insurance is not required, but we highly recommend taking travel insurance. Occasionally there are reasons your vacation plans are interrupted, like illness, extreme weather, or airline delay. The travel insurance will cover the costs of your yacht charter, flights, hotel accommodations, etc.
The Caribbean has great water temperatures throughout the year. The yachts have air conditioning, so you will always sleep comfortably.
Yes, an additional charge is added to Christmas and New Year’s charters. The price for the charter is for at least a week, even if you choose to charter for less than a week.
A crewed yacht vacation is a fantastic time for families to bond and spend time together. The crew will design all the activities, menu and charter itinerary for the children and adults to enjoy.
Internet is provided on most of the yachts. Connectivity will be faster in some anchorages than in others. Ask your cellular provider about roaming charges while you travel if you need connectivity off the yacht.

British Virgin Islands:

Option 1:  Fly directly to Beef Island, the main airport in the BVI (airport code:  EIS).  There are daily flights from Puerto Rico (airport code:  SJU) with Seaborne Airline and Cape Air Airline.  The BVI is just under three hours from Miami and four hours from New York.

Option 2:  Take a flight to St Thomas (airport code:  STT) and a 45-minute commercial ferry ride to the BVI.  We could also arrange a private water taxi.    

 

 

US Virgin Islands:

Fly directly to St Thomas (airport code:  STT).  There are daily direct flights from the mainland USA to the island.  St Thomas is just under three hours from Miami and four hours from New York.

 

St Maarten:

Fly directly to St Maarten (airport code:  SXM).  There is also a small airport on the French side of St Martin (airport code:  CCE).  St Maarten is just under three hours from Miami and four hours from New York. 

 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:

The best way to get to Saint Vincent is to fly to Barbados (airport code:  BGI) and then to St Vincent (airport code:  SVD) or take a paddle jumper to the island of Bequia or Canouan.  Another option is to fly into the island of Grenada (airport code:  GND) and a paddle jumper from there.  Your yacht could also pick you up on one island and drop you off on another.  We will discuss all the options with you.  Barbados and Grenada are just under four hours from Miami and five hours from New York. 

 

Bahamas:

Fly directly into Nassau (airport code: NAS) if your charter starts from there or you might want to fly to the Staniel Cay in the Exumas (airport code: TYM) directly from Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) with Makers Air to start your charter in the Exumas. The Bahamas is under an hour’s flight from Fort Lauderdale.  Your yacht could also pick you up on one island and drop you off at another.  We will discuss all the options with you. 

  1. Remember your travel documents (valid and up-to-date passport).
  2. Bring your scuba certification card if you are a certified scuba diver and plan to dive.
  3. It is advisable to pack soft luggage or duffle bags, as these are easier to store on the boat. We suggest that you carry a toothbrush, swimsuit and any vital medications in your carry-on luggage; if your luggage does not arrive on your flight, you will be able to continue your vacation whilst the airline traces it. 
  4. Clothing on the islands is casual. Pack swimwear (2-3), a few pairs of shorts (3) or skirts and T-shirts/tank tops (5), a sundress for the ladies (1) or a button-down shirt (1) and dress shorts (1) for the men. In the winter months (Dec-March), pack one lightweight sweater and a pair of long pants as it can be cool on the water at night.
  5. Street shoes are not worn onboard. If you want to wear shoes on the boat, please bring one pair of clean, non-marking boat shoes that will only be worn onboard.  Water shoes or flip-flops (1) are recommended for beach excursions.  A pair of trainers is optional if you are interested in hiking.
  6. The Caribbean water temperature is usually between 78-83 degrees Fahrenheit. We suggest bringing a rash guard to provide sun protection and warmth during long snorkels. The Caribbean sun is fierce and commands respect. Mega-factor sunscreens are a must.
  7. Bring a good pair of sunglasses and a sunhat or visor.
  8. Yachts do have first aid kits on board. However, please ensure you bring any medication with you that you would normally have or use at home. Motion sickness is very uncommon on catamarans because they are very stable.  Bring motion sickness tablets, sea bands, or ear patches if you are prone to motion sickness. 
  9. Most yachts provide toiletries, like shampoo, conditioner, body wash and hand wash.
  10. Most yachts boat provides low-wattage hairdryers. Due to electrical constrictions, yachts prefer you use these instead of bringing yours from home.
  11. Don’t forget your camera and underwater camera. Bring your chargers for your devices.
  12. Most boats are equipped with Wi-Fi although it is much slower in the Caribbean/Bahamas.
  13. You should have phone reception throughout the trip. Depending on your cell phone plan, it is advisable to contact your provider to find out what your cell coverage/rates will be in the Caribbean/Bahamas. 
  14. Most boats have a variety of movies onboard, but it is advisable to download a few of your favorite movies or videos you plan on watching during the week, due to Wi-Fi speed in the Caribbean/Bahamas.
  15. Most boats have a large music library, and you can connect with a cable or via Bluetooth to the wireless music player. You can connect with most devices that are Bluetooth-compatible.  Please ensure that you download your music at home as streaming might be slow.
  16. Most boats have board games and playing cards on board but feel free to bring your favorites.
  1. Remember your travel documents (valid and up-to-date passport).
  2. Bring your scuba certification card if you are a certified scuba diver and plan to dive.
  3. It is advisable to pack soft luggage or duffle bags, as these are easier to store on the boat. We suggest that you carry a toothbrush, swimsuit and any vital medications in your carry-on luggage; if your luggage does not arrive on your flight, you will be able to continue your vacation whilst the airline traces it. 
  4. Clothing on the islands is casual. Pack swimwear (2-3), a few pairs of shorts (3) or skirts and T-shirts/tank tops (5), a sundress for the ladies (1) or a button-down shirt (1) and dress shorts (1) for the men. In the winter months (Dec-March), pack one lightweight sweater and a pair of long pants as it can be cool on the water at night.
  5. Street shoes are not worn onboard. If you want to wear shoes on the boat, please bring one pair of clean, non-marking boat shoes that will only be worn onboard.  Water shoes or flip-flops (1) are recommended for beach excursions.  A pair of trainers is optional if you are interested in hiking.
  6. The Caribbean water temperature is usually between 78-83 degrees Fahrenheit. We suggest bringing a rash guard to provide sun protection and warmth during long snorkels. The Caribbean sun is fierce and commands respect. Mega-factor sunscreens are a must.
  7. Bring a good pair of sunglasses and a sunhat or visor.
  8. Yachts do have first aid kits on board. However, please ensure you bring any medication with you that you would normally have or use at home. Motion sickness is very uncommon on catamarans because they are very stable.  Bring motion sickness tablets, sea bands, or ear patches if you are prone to motion sickness. 
  9. Most yachts provide toiletries, like shampoo, conditioner, body wash and hand wash.
  10. Most yachts boat provides low-wattage hairdryers. Due to electrical constrictions, yachts prefer you use these instead of bringing yours from home.
  11. Don’t forget your camera and underwater camera. Bring your chargers for your devices.
  12. Most boats are equipped with Wi-Fi although it is much slower in the Caribbean/Bahamas.
  13. You should have phone reception throughout the trip. Depending on your cell phone plan, it is advisable to contact your provider to find out what your cell coverage/rates will be in the Caribbean/Bahamas. 
  14. Most boats have a variety of movies onboard, but it is advisable to download a few of your favorite movies or videos you plan on watching during the week, due to Wi-Fi speed in the Caribbean/Bahamas.
  15. Most boats have a large music library, and you can connect with a cable or via Bluetooth to the wireless music player. You can connect with most devices that are Bluetooth-compatible.  Please ensure that you download your music at home as streaming might be slow.
  16. Most boats have board games and playing cards on board but feel free to bring your favorites.
Your professional charter chef is experienced in accommodating dietary restrictions and food allergies. Your chef will prepare a menu with your likes and your favorite foods. We will send you a Preference Sheet to complete. You can choose your type of cuisine, indicate your dislikes, and communicate your specific preferences.
Motion sickness is very uncommon on catamarans because they are very stable. Bring motion sickness tablets, sea bands, or ear patches if you are prone to motion sickness.
The standard crew gratuity is 15-20% of the charter cost. The crew is at your beck and call, 24/7, and works hard to ensure you have the best charter experience possible. Your crew accepts gratuity by cash, electronic transfers, or cash platforms like PayPal and Venmo. Some crew accepts US Bank checks, but please check with us for their preferred payment method. The gratuity is usually given at the charter's end and split between the crew.
If you must cancel your charter, deposits will only be refunded if the yacht is re-booked for the same period or a portion thereof and refunded pro rata. If the owner cancels, all deposits paid will be reimbursed. A trip-cancellation or interruption insurance policy will cover the non-refundable financial losses you would incur if you canceled a charter or flight for reasons of sickness, death, or other emergencies.
Our experienced charter broker will have a free consultation to discuss your needs and expectations of a crewed yacht charter vacation. They will consider the vacation experience you are looking for, the duration of the trip you are planning, your preferences and the type of yacht you are looking for. Based on your preferences, they will advise you on the different options and prepare a proposal for you.

It is important to understand the differences in the types of yachts to be able to make an informed decision on the yacht that is right for your ultimate yacht charter vacation

Sailing Catamarans

The multi-hull design offers great stability and spacious interior and exterior designs. Hoisting the sails and switching the engines off to be powered by the wind is every sailor’s dream.

Power Catamarans

The multi-hull design offers unique and spacious interior layouts and well-appointed deck areas. If you need a bit more speed, this is the right choice.

Sailing Yachts

Experience the romance and freedom of the wind in the sails of a luxury sailing yacht. Whether you want to take a turn at the helm or relax while the crew sails the yacht, you will have the most relaxing vacation feeling close to nature. Sailing yachts do not have the stability of catamarans, but it has all the comforts you will need with all the pampering of a crewed yacht charter vacation.

Motor Yachts

Luxury motor yachts are spacious, fast and luxurious. It usually offers a bigger selection of toys and amenities. Consider the fuel consumption as it is usually an extra expense.

Once you step on board a luxury crewed yacht, you will fall in love with the ultimate in luxury, privacy and freedom! Your professional crew will take care of every aspect of your experience! Your qualified captain will plan a perfect itinerary to suit your group and your professional chef will have a menu tailored to your food preferences. The personal service you will experience on board will ensure that you have the most relaxed, worry-free and awesome vacation. The activities on board will be ready for you to dive in. A crewed yacht experience is the ultimate yacht vacation!
The yacht you choose, the age and size of the yacht, the crew's experience, the destination, the amenities and water toys onboard, the length of your charter and the number of your guests are factors that will determine the cost of a crewed yacht charter. Most of our charters in the Caribbean are all-inclusive, ranging from $20,000 to $100,000 plus gratuities for 7 nights. Our Bahamas charters start around $30,000, plus expenses. Our higher-end motor yachts start at around $70,000, plus expenses. Our experienced charter broker will guide you in your choices to ensure you plan the ultimate luxury crewed yacht charter.
Your charter broker is an industry specialist and guides you to plan every detail of your luxury yacht charter experience. The price for a charter broker service is included in the price of your charter; yachts do not offer lower prices if booked without a broker. Your broker has access to a vast database of entire fleets of yachts in the area you are looking to charter; they have first-hand experience of the charter area, have worked as crew on similar yachts and understand the qualities of the yacht, the crew and the service you desire. They will be able to give you unbiased advice and take care of all the legalities and paperwork. Your funds will be held in a secure escrow account for your protection and will not immediately be released to the owner or crew of the yacht, but according to the different timeframes in your charter agreement. Your charter yacht broker is your trusted agent who is looking after your interest to ensure your charter runs smoothly and meets all your expectations.

Most yachts offer all-inclusive rates, which includes the crew, which consists of a qualified captain and private chef, where larger yachts may have additional crew, like a deckhand and stewardess onboard. All meals and standard ships bar (liquor, wine, beer, soft drinks and juices) are included. The watersport activities are included with the exception of scuba diving on some yachts.

A crew gratuity of 15-20 %, transport (land and water taxis) to and from the yacht, overnight dockage in marinas, shore excursions, meals ashore, top-shelf liquor and wine or excessive consumption thereof. Other services like rendezvous diving and spa treatments.

The charter fee for a plus-expenses charter generally includes the yacht, crew, crew food and beverages, and watersports equipment on board (except sometimes scuba diving is additional).
All additional expenses, notably fuel, food and beverages, any docking, applicable taxes, and a customary crew gratuity at your discretion. The expenses are paid in advance (APA – Advanced Provisioning Allowance) and are typically 30-35 % on top of the base charter rate.
APA or Advance Provisioning Allowance is the arrangement for paying your expenses during your charter. Our Bahama charters and luxury motor yachts only have a base price for the yacht. The additional expenses include fuel, food, beverages, ships bar, dockage fees, and customary crew gratuity. The expenses are paid in advance via an APA (Advance provisioning allowance) and are typically 35 % on top of the base charter rate.
When you contact us, tell us your specific dates, the destination, the number of guests in your party and the estimated budget. We will search our database and prepare a proposal with online detailed brochures for the available yachts. Once you have decided on a yacht, we will put a 2-week complimentary hold on the yacht’s calendar. We will send an industry-standard approved charter agreement with the payment terms for you to sign. You will send the relevant deposit for your charter. A 25 % deposit is due if your charter is booked more than 6 months in advance, then another 25 % deposit 6 months before the charter. A 50 % deposit is due if your charter is booked less than 6 months in advance. Last minute charters within 1 month of the charter date, a 100% deposit are due. The final balance is due 60 days before the charter. Once we have your signed agreement and deposit funds in hand, we will confirm your charter. All funds will be safely held in an Escrow Account. Charter fees are payable by credit card, US check, or wire transfer. Processing fees might apply for payment by credit card. You can start looking forward to your luxury yacht charter vacation! We will send you a preference sheet for food, drinks, and activities to be filled in. We will advise you on flights (we recommend that you do not confirm any flights until your charter is confirmed) and accommodation suggestions if you plan on staying on the island before or after your charter. We will finalize every detail before your charter; we will check in during your charter and gather feedback after your charter. We are here, every step of the way!
Travel insurance is not required, but we highly recommend taking travel insurance. Occasionally there are reasons your vacation plans are interrupted, like illness, extreme weather, or airline delay. The travel insurance will cover the costs of your yacht charter, flights, hotel accommodations, etc.
The Caribbean has great water temperatures throughout the year. The yachts have air conditioning, so you will always sleep comfortably.
Yes, an additional charge is added to Christmas and New Year’s charters. The price for the charter is for at least a week, even if you choose to charter for less than a week.
A crewed yacht vacation is a fantastic time for families to bond and spend time together. The crew will design all the activities, menu and charter itinerary for the children and adults to enjoy.
Internet is provided on most of the yachts. Connectivity will be faster in some anchorages than in others. Ask your cellular provider about roaming charges while you travel if you need connectivity off the yacht.

British Virgin Islands:

Option 1:  Fly directly to Beef Island, the main airport in the BVI (airport code:  EIS).  There are daily flights from Puerto Rico (airport code:  SJU) with Seaborne Airline and Cape Air Airline.  The BVI is just under three hours from Miami and four hours from New York.

Option 2:  Take a flight to St Thomas (airport code:  STT) and a 45-minute commercial ferry ride to the BVI.  We could also arrange a private water taxi.    

US Virgin Islands:

Fly directly to St Thomas (airport code:  STT).  There are daily direct flights from the mainland USA to the island.  St Thomas is just under three hours from Miami and four hours from New York.

St Maarten:

Fly directly to St Maarten (airport code:  SXM).  There is also a small airport on the French side of St Martin (airport code:  CCE).  St Maarten is just under three hours from Miami and four hours from New York. 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:

The best way to get to Saint Vincent is to fly to Barbados (airport code:  BGI) and then to St Vincent (airport code:  SVD) or take a paddle jumper to the island of Bequia or Canouan.  Another option is to fly into the island of Grenada (airport code:  GND) and a paddle jumper from there.  Your yacht could also pick you up on one island and drop you off at a different island.  We will discuss all the options with you.  Barbados and Grenada are just under four hours from Miami, and just under five hours from New York. 

Bahamas:

Fly directly into Nassau (airport code: NAS) if your charter starts from there or you might want to fly to the Staniel Cay in the Exumas (airport code: TYM) directly from Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) with Makers Air to start your charter in the Exumas. The Bahamas is under an hour’s flight from Fort Lauderdale.  Your yacht could also pick you up on one island and drop you off at a different island.  We will discuss all the options with you. 

  1. Remember your travel documents (valid and up-to-date passport).
  2. Bring your scuba certification card if you are a certified scuba diver and plan to dive.
  3. It is advisable to pack soft luggage or duffle bags, as these are easier to store on the boat. We suggest that you carry a toothbrush, swimsuit and any vital medications in your carry-on luggage; if your luggage does not arrive on your flight, you will be able to continue your vacation whilst the airline traces it. 
  4. Clothing on the islands is casual. Pack swimwear (2-3), a few pairs of shorts (3) or skirts and T-shirts/tank tops (5), a sundress for the ladies (1) or a button-down shirt (1) and dress shorts (1) for the men. In the winter months (Dec-March), pack one lightweight sweater and a pair of long pants as it can be cool on the water at night.
  5. Street shoes are not worn onboard. If you want to wear shoes on the boat, please bring one pair of clean, non-marking boat shoes that will only be worn onboard.  Water shoes or flip-flops (1) are recommended for beach excursions.  A pair of trainers is optional if you are interested in hiking.
  6. The Caribbean water temperature is usually between 78-83 degrees Fahrenheit. We suggest bringing a rash guard to provide sun protection and warmth during long snorkels. The Caribbean sun is fierce and commands respect. Mega-factor sunscreens are a must.
  7. Bring a good pair of sunglasses and a sunhat or visor.
  8. Yachts do have first aid kits on board. However, please ensure you bring any medication with you that you would normally have or use at home. Motion sickness is very uncommon on catamarans because they are very stable.  Bring motion sickness tablets, sea bands, or ear patches if you are prone to motion sickness. 
  9. Most yachts provide toiletries, like shampoo, conditioner, body wash and hand wash.
  10. Most yachts boat provides low-wattage hairdryers. Due to electrical constrictions, yachts prefer you use these instead of bringing yours from home.
  11. Don’t forget your camera and underwater camera. Bring your chargers for your devices.
  12. Most boats are equipped with Wi-Fi although it is much slower in the Caribbean/Bahamas.
  13. You should have phone reception throughout the trip. Depending on your cell phone plan, it is advisable to contact your provider to find out what your cell coverage/rates will be in the Caribbean/Bahamas. 
  14. Most boats have a variety of movies onboard, but it is advisable to download a few of your favorite movies or videos you plan on watching during the week, due to Wi-Fi speed in the Caribbean/Bahamas.
  15. Most boats have a large music library, and you can connect with a cable or via Bluetooth to the wireless music player. You can connect with most devices that are Bluetooth-compatible.  Please ensure that you download your music at home as streaming might be slow.
  16. Most boats have board games and playing cards on board but feel free to bring your favorites.
Your professional charter chef is experienced in accommodating dietary restrictions and food allergies. Your chef will prepare a menu with your likes and your favorite foods. We will send you a Preference Sheet to complete. You can choose your type of cuisine, indicate your dislikes, and communicate your specific preferences.
Motion sickness is very uncommon on catamarans because they are very stable. Bring motion sickness tablets, sea bands, or ear patches if you are prone to motion sickness.
The standard crew gratuity is 15-20% of the charter cost. The crew is at your beck and call, 24/7, and works hard to ensure you have the best charter experience possible. Your crew accepts gratuity by cash, electronic transfers, or cash platforms like PayPal and Venmo. Some crew accepts US Bank checks, but please check with us for their preferred payment method. The gratuity is usually given at the charter's end and split between the crew.
If you must cancel your charter, deposits will only be refunded if the yacht is re-booked for the same period or a portion thereof and refunded pro rata, less broker and agent commissions. If the owner cancels, all deposits paid will be reimbursed. Please inquire if you would like the exact figures. A trip-cancellation or interruption insurance policy will cover the non-refundable financial losses you would incur if you canceled a charter or flight for reasons of sickness, death, or other emergencies - and/or there is a Cancel For Any Reason coverage option as well.
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