What to expect on a crewed yacht charter
Generally speaking, crewed charters cost between $12,000 and $60,000 for the whole yacht which breaks down to about $2000 - $6000 per person for a week. It depends on the boat you choose, the location and how many people. Also, don't forget crew gratuity which runs 15-20% of your charter fee.
If you are booking a Christmas or New Years charter then it’s wise to book a year in advance. We suggest 6 months out if you would like a particular boat or crew. If you have an open schedule you can always check out our specials page.
If you let us know when we are booking your charter we’ll suggest boats that can accommodate fishing. See our fishing page for more details.
All boats provide towels, some boats provide sunscreen. NO aerosol sunscreens are allowed on boats. It has a chemical that is very damaging to varnish and sun-shading.
While most yachts prefer you go barefoot if you need to wear shoes please be sure they are brand new and are only worn while on board the vessel and not on shore.
Very little, since it’s such a laid back vacation you’ll spend most your time in bathing suits or shorts and tee shirts or coverups. It’s smart to bring an extra pair of sunglasses just in case. A hat, your medications, a pair of flip flops or deck shoes. Don’t forget your passport! Pack everything in a soft sided backpack or duffle bag and you’re good to go!
- Some yachts include toiletries. We can check to see if you need to pack these items.
Before the charter begins your crew will reach out to you and let you know where to meet them.
Most charters are a week long but shorter, or longer, charters can be arranged. Call us to discuss.
Each yacht has a tender, a small inflatable boat that can also be used for waterskiing, wakeboarding or tubing.
Part of the fun of a Caribbean yacht charter is the journey. Sail, dive and visit beautiful locations during the day. The crew will spoil you all day long but they need to sleep at night.