The moment you step on board a Luxury Charter Yacht, your world is opened to the ultimate in luxury, privacy and freedom.
A crewed charter is a charter where a permanent crew takes care of the yacht and passengers. The crew is made up of a skipper and a hostess, and some additional crew if required.
A Bareboat is simply a boat that is rented without crew or skipper.
Private Yacht Charter does not provide any yacht without a minimum of 1 crew member
All our boats have a skipper so you don´t have to worry about handling and sailing. The right boat is really up to you.
Want to sail in the wind? Maybe some speed? Travelling alone or with family?
Contact us for some advice on the best boat for your holidays.
The places to visit will be defined according to the duration of the stay and your own will.
You sure can trust our skippers really know the best places to see and best bays to anchor.
Certainly! We offer a wide variety of boats and all boats have flexible reservation dates.
Payment method available is bank transfer, paypal, credit card, cash. We will provide you the account details once we arranged all payment details.
In most cases we charge a 30% reservation fee and 70% on the day of the arrival.
This will depend on the previous agreement and the time the cancellation is made before the arrival.
If you cancel with less than 15 days notice, we will not refund the reservation cost.
We do not have hidden costs. The only extra cost to consider is fuel for motor boats.
The fuel cost will depend on the trip. Feel free to ask us an accurate estimate of the costs for your desired trip.
The charter fee generally covers only the hire of the yacht and crew, all other expenses are in addition to the charter fee.
These additional expenses are covered by the Advance Provisioning Allowance.
The APA is usually 30% of the charter fee (sometimes 35% if the yacht burns a lot of fuel or if you intend to do more than about 4 hours of cruising per day).
The APA covers the cost of fuel, food, wines and liquors, dockage, communications, etc. Any APA not used will be returned to you at the end of the charter as you leave. On the other hand, if expenses exceed the APA (maybe excessive cruising so high fuel costs, requests of rare liquors, etc.) you will be expected to reimburse the yacht as you leave the charter. This is rare but you need to be aware of this possible expense.