By Kerry Hucul0 comments
The new Coronavirus (Covid-19) is something that everyone is aware of by now. Every yacht charter broker has had questions from clients on whether they should cancel their existing reservation..
Of course! The menus you see on our website and brochures are there to give you an idea of what our chef can prepare. Use the sample menus as inspiration..
Cash or Credit? Cash is king around most yachting hotspots. Your AmEx will certainly go a long way in many mainland restaurants and shops, but it’s always safe to have..
Glad you asked since we are working on a series of blog entries to answer all your questions. is located here (opens in a new browser window) and you can..
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..
We have gathered up a few tips here from around the internet, which you may find helpful to share with your crew members when you get on board. With everything..
The most common causes of property damage are: * Docking accidents and hard docking the boat. Usually involves fiberglass dings (or worse) or possible damage to a rub rail. *..
The most common personal safety/discomfort things to watch out for when sailing are: * Sunburn * Drinking enough. You will be sweating more than usual. You need to drink plenty..
Charter vessels under 100 feet in length can cause seasickness in some travelers. Bring any medications and take precautions if you know you’re prone to getting sick on the high..
Great question. We can tell you to plan! If an accident happens while you’re abroad, your captain and crew are fully prepared to perform basic first aid and bring you..