- YACHT CHARTER
BAREBOAT YACHT CHARTER: Explore one of these glorious holiday destinations in your own sailing yacht.
MEDITERRANEAN: A sailing holiday is the only way to discover these islands in the sun.
ATLANTIC & BALTIC: Sail somewhere different on your next sailing holiday.
CARIBBEAN: Stop dreaming and start planning your next sailing holiday to the Caribbean.
TROPICAL: Head to the Far East and explore paradise on your next sailing holiday.
CREWED YACHTS: Relax, let the crew do the work.
FLOTILLA SAILING HOLIDAYS: Sail your own yacht with the added support of a lead boat crew.
LEARN TO SAIL HOLIDAYS: Start from scratch or brush up your sailing skills.
AIRPORT PARKING & HOTELS: Book airport parking & hotels in advance.
AIRPORT TRANSFERS: Book airport transfers in advance.
BOOKING CONDITIONS: Check our Booking Conditions.
CLIENT TESTIMONIALS: Read what our customers say about their holidays.
SHOP ONLINE: Buy a cruising guide or chart, T-shirt or cap for your holiday.
FAQs: Answers to frequently asked questions.
PASSPORTS & VISAS: Check passport & visa requirements.
SAILING BLOGS: Read reports on sailing holidays we've been on.
TRAVEL INSURANCE: Buy your Single trip or Annual multi-trip travel insurance.
TRAVELLING WITH CHILDREN: Handy hints for taking small children on a sailing holiday.
USEFUL LINKS<: Websites for more information on your sailing destination.
WHAT'S ONBOARD: Standard inventory for all charter yachts.
If you prefer power to sail, charter a motoryacht in Greece, Croatia, Mallorca or BVI for your next holiday.
Thinking of buying a new yacht and putting her with a charter fleet? Speak to us about the best deal for you.
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What should I pack?
Keep your packing light and pack everything in a soft, foldable duffel bag that is easier to stow away on a yacht. You'll spend your day in shorts, swimsuits, and tee shirts, but at night you might like to dress for dinner in a summer dress or shirt and slacks. You could bring a sweatshirt or lightweight kagool in case it's breezy.
The standard aboard the yacht is to not wear shoes. Sandals or deckshoes are fine for ashore. Bring sunglasses, a baseball cap or a hat with a broad brim to shade your face. And don't forget your sunscreen and camera!
All you towels, bedding are provided and the yachts are fully equipped with safety equipment so you don't need any "sailing gear".
"Our whole time in the Grenadines could not have been better. After two days on Bequia visiting friends, a brilliant four to five hour sail with a perfect wind took us down to Salt Whistle Bay on the island of Mayreau. A very busy anchorage where locals acted as parking attendants to squeeze in as many boats as possible to maximize customers for their shore barbeque where they fed us an excellent dinner. The following morning we did the very short passage round to the Tobago Cays. There followed two nights of gorgeous weather, lovely snorkelling with turtles cruising about everywhere and lobster dinners ashore. Could not have been better. "
St Vincent 2017 - M.M