In this faq section, we answer questions pertaining to booking a yacht charter. From payments to insurance, we discuss the ins and outs of booking your yacht charter
By Kerry HuculNovember 1, 20190 comments
Travel and cancellation insurance is always a good idea as it will cover the portion you will NOT receive back! We work with Squaremouth (opens in a new browser) and can help..
We will immediately contact the yacht manager or clearinghouse and “open up the dates.” If the boat is rebooked for the same period and at the same rate, you receive..
The boat gets a notice from their clearinghouse that they have a charter! The base charter fee will go into the stakeholder’s ( Yacht Management Company) client segregated account. Ten..
Everyone does things a bit differently, but generally by wire or electronic transfer. Some companies do take credit cards. H2O Luxury Yachts takes credit cards for the first 50% of..
Upon getting the all clear that the dates you want are open and the rate is correct, you sign the contracts and make the deposit. Typically count on 50% down..
Yes, every yacht charter will have a corresponding agreement for everyone’s protection that lays out the terms, prices, dates, number of guests, and many other conditions. The contract protects both..
No, not usually. Usually, it’s just a matter of where the gaps are in the yachts booking calendar. The only exceptions are: 1) Christmas and New Years’ weeks. Boats always..
We recommend several yachts that fit your idea of a perfect yacht charter vacation. H2O Team brokers will check on availability and let you know that, as well as the..
The commission is paid by out of the yacht charter fee to the yacht charter broker. Sometimes the yacht will give a discount on a week they want to sell..
All brokers get the same commission rates from the yachts. Emailing a hundred different brokers to get the best price is not a good strategy. Brokers and yachts who do..