FAQ Tag: provisions
What is APA (Advanced Provisioning Allowance)
Yachts in many areas are all “Plus expenses,” which means that on top of the charter fee (includes the boat, the crew, the furnishing, and toys onboard), you will pay..
Should we use cash or credit while on charter?
Cash is king around most yachting hotspots. Your AmEx will undoubtedly go a long way in many mainland restaurants and shops, but not very far in the beach bars. Mastercard..
What happens to my yacht vacation money?
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..
Do charters have to start or stop on specific days of the week?
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..
Can the charter chef work around dietary restrictions?
The Charter Chef can work around dietary restrictions on MOST yachts. Whether you’re vegan, gluten-free, or anything in between, the crew will cater to your dietary specifications. We can also..
Can we customize the yacht charter menu?
Of course! The menus you see on our website and brochures are there to give you an idea of what our chefs can prepare. Use the sample menus as inspiration..
How do I provision the boat?
You have two choices here. Either you can do it yourself, or the Bareboat company can do it for you. If you get the company to do it, they will..