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There are currently 5 of boats available for charter in Åland Islands. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Åland Islands Yachts
There are currently 0 of boats available for charter in Albania. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Albania Yachts
Antigua and Barbuda
There are currently 15 of boats available for charter in Antigua and Barbuda. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Antigua and Barbuda Yachts
There are currently 15 of boats available for charter in Australia. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Australia Yachts
There are currently 17 of boats available for charter in Bahamas. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Bahamas Yachts
There are currently 16 of boats available for charter in Belgium. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Belgium Yachts
There are currently 0 of boats available for charter in Belize. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Belize Yachts
There are currently 1 of boats available for charter in Brazil. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Brazil Yachts
British Virgin Islands
Yacht Charter BVI - Rated as one of the world’s top sailing destinations
Along with some superb sailing and idyllic protected anchorages a yacht charter, flotilla vacation or sailing schools course in the BVI guarantees as much fun as you can handle – it’s the destination of choice for those who like a party as much as they like to sail.
Imagine tranquil turquoise waters lapping softly against the hull of your yacht, while you will be watching a school of tropical fish crossing the sea below you. Live your dream; white-sand beaches fringed with towering palm trees and dotted with enticing beach bars are just a few of the best things you will enjoy in the British Virgin Islands. There are also plenty of places that remain uninhabited and waiting to be explored - are you ready?
Why Sail in the BVIsSteady Trade Winds. The alluring promise of steady trade wind sailing a limited development of restaurants and marinas, plus line-of-sight navigation between the 33-odd islands still make the British Virgin Islands Sailing Itinerary (BVI) a true sailor’s favorite; windy, but not too windy, and never far from a rum punch. This is quintessential chartering territory, a playground where you can expect a certain laid-back ‘Britishness’. Easy Navigation. The small tidal range – a mere 12in (30cm) – and the sheltered waters mean that even novice sailors can enjoy island hopping from Tortola, although many more experienced sailors also travel to the islands each year to relax and lazily crisscross the Sir Francis Drake Channel without the hassles of customs clearance. Passages between the islands can take as little as half an hour and rarely more than three hours.
Where to SailFrom/to Tortola Road Town. The British Virgin Islands Sailing Itinerary’s largest and most developed island includes the chain’s airport (strictly on Beef Island) and is home to a bustling capital Road Town. Here you will find plenty of well-stocked shops selling provisions and souvenirs. West End. The small settlement of West End has a busy little ferry terminal for vessels going to and from Jost Van Dyke, as well as the US Virgin Islands’ St Thomas and St John. East End. Tortola’s eastern end is a mix of steep mountains, remote bays and thickly settled West Indian communities. Art and surfing take pride of place. Check our suggested 7-day BVI Sailing Itinerary here - https://sailchecker.com/blog/bvi-sailing-7-day-itinerary-cooper-island-peter-island-beach-club/ Combine your sailing holidays with a wide range of sea and land activities, such as diving, snorkelling, fishing, surfing and hiking and make the most of this stunning area.British Virgin Islands Yachts
There are currently 0 of boats available for charter in Bulgaria. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Bulgaria Yachts
There are currently 4 of boats available for charter in Canada. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Canada Yachts
There are currently 2 of boats available for charter in Cape Verde. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Cape Verde Yachts
There are currently 4 of boats available for charter in Colombia. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Colombia Yachts
Yacht Charter Croatia – The Mediterranean’s Most Famous Sailing Destination
The Adriatic coast of Croatia is known as ‘The Coast of A Thousand Islands’. Its idyllic sailing conditions and easy line-of-sight navigation mean that it has long been a favourite sailing holiday destination for many.
This historic coastline has it all: majestic walled cities with Medieval cobbled streets, ancient ruins, romantic cities, vineyard-covered hillsides and national parks offering pine forests with deserted coves and crystal clear turquoise waters – one stunning sight after another. The islands also offer charming fishing villages and historical marinas.
Where to sail
In Croatia, you will find the perfect sailing conditions regardless of where you are. There are many different areas to sail into and you can also try a one-way route. From Dubrovnik to Zadar, there are so many majestic places to visit that you will find it difficult to choose only one area. The Split area is probably the most famous sailing destination in Croatia and not without reason. If you start your sailing trip from ACI Marina Split or Marina Kastela you can either do a one-way trip to Dubrovnik thus finding some great places such us Hvar, Stari Grad and Korcula along the way, otherwise, you can do a roundtrip from Split and explore mostly Hvar, Stari Grad, Palmizana and Trogir. Whichever of these routes you choose, we can ensure that you will find great sailing conditions and, of course, you can visit some of the UNESCO’s heritage sites, such as evergreen parks and medieval cities. The Dubrovnik area is the second most popular sailing destination in Croatia. The medieval city of Dubrovnik will definitely catch your eye and transport you back to the past. If you start your sailing holiday in Dubrovnik, you can do either a one-way trip to Split or to Montenegro (Kotor Bay) or do a round trip exploring the Dubrovnik area. Korcula is a must-see island, with great restaurants by the sea and many beautiful beaches to explore. The Mljet National Park is a not-to-miss destination. This National Park hides two world-unique salt lakes. The islet of Saint Mary, with its ancient Benedictine Monastery, is located in one of them, namely the Big Lake. Take a swim in the salt lake with a view of the monastery and take a break for lunch in one of the restaurants of your choice. The Zadar area is dominated by arguably the most beautiful and most dramatic of islands in the entire Kornati area, with sheer cliffs plunging into the sea and a celebrated national park in the south, Telesica, which offers a safe harbour, lots of wildlife, and even an inland saltwater lake. The Kornati National Park, which lends its name to our wider section, lies south of Zadar and north-west of Sibenik. It is composed of 109 islands and is the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea, despite the fact that 76 of these islands are less than one hectare in size.Your can join like minded sailors partying to the until the small hours, or dine on first rate gastronomic delights. As you sail amongst Croatia's limitless possibilities, with hundreds of small islands, idyllic fishing ports and well-appointed marinas, you will discover the most wonderful areas of outstanding natural beauty .Croatia Yachts
There are currently 7 of boats available for charter in Cuba. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Cuba Yachts
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There are currently 6 of boats available for charter in Estonia. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Estonia Yachts
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There are currently 5 of boats available for charter in Finland. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Finland Yachts
Yacht Charter France - offers some of the most varied and challenging cruising to be found in Western Europe.
Pick one of the many French regions that offer quality yacht charters and explore new areas. From Europe to the Caribbean, we are certain that you will find what you are looking for.
Choosing where to go sailing in France often depends on your sailing experience. The calm waters of the Mediterranean in the south are great for beginners, whilst the rugged coastline of Brittany on the Atlantic Ocean attracts more experienced sailors. If you think of trying the Caribbean instead, then Martinique and Guadeloupe are ideal for all levels.
Where to Sail
Corsica is a French Mediterranean island west of Italy. The distance between the Strait of Bonifacio in the south of Corsica and Sardinia is only 12 km. It's the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean. The island has a 1200 km long coastline, which is made up of rocky coasts, bays and beaches. Along the coastline, there is a good amount of ports and marinas. On the Southeast coast, there are many beautiful bays where you can drop anchor, whilst on the West side, the ports and bays are fewer and not that sheltered. The Strait of Bonifacio is a dream destination for sailors, as there is always a sailing wind. It is worth a trip to the Maddalena Archipelago, a stunning group of islands off the North coast of Sardinia. The islands of Lavezzi, Monaci, Bruzzi and Cerbicale have bizarre natural formations, countless bays and white sandy beaches. Brittany - If you are looking for an exciting sailing trip with rugged coastlines and varied tides, you should definitely try sailing in Brittany, which is divided into two distinct areas. The northern region of Brittany includes the area of St. Malo on the English Channel, the Channel islands Jersey and Guernsey and as far as the Ile d’Ouessant, where the famous lighthouse photo by the French photographer Philippe Plisson was taken. If you choose to sail in the Western region of Brittany, then Arzon is an excellent place to explore the Atlantic coast of France. The two major marinas in this area are Port du Crouesty and the famous, La Trinité-sur-Mer, which lies in the bay of Quiberon. Brittany, especially in the North, is more demanding than in the Southern coast and requires higher level skills. Tides and wind conditions should be taken under consideration. Martinique and Guadeloupe - Martinique's capital, Fort de France, celebrates every aspect of French culture with style and panache – from the excellence of its cuisine to the chic sophistication of its fine resorts, hotels, and shops. The perfect combination of the West Indies's culture with the French unique way of life. Le Marin is the most known marina there, which is set at the end of a beautiful lagoon. You will find all the facilities you need; well-stocked chandleries, a supermarket, and restaurants. Guadeloupe is part of the Leeward Islands, but stands out from the crowd because of its butterfly shape. The eastern wing, Grand-Terre, features Pointe-à-Pitre, the island’s biggest city and centre of tourism. The western wing, called Basse-Terre, is less developed and dominated by a national park. A narrow channel called the Salt River separates the two halves of the island. There are rolling fields of sugarcane and buzzing rainforests, which are home for many r rare animal species. Snorkellers and divers will be captivated by the variety of marine and coral life in the pristine azure waters that surround the islands. Foodies will delight in the delicious and distinctive cuisine, which blends French and Creole influences. The mix of African, European, and East Indian cultures makes for a melting pot of charm and excitement.France Yachts
There are currently 10 of boats available for charter in French Polynesia. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.French Polynesia Yachts
Yacht Charter Germany - Very different and distinctive cruising regions with numerous of nature reserves and national parks.
With its coastal waters and numerous lakes, Germany offers a lot of yacht charter possibilities, and it is the ideal destination for seasoned sailors.
Germany is a tourist centre that can be considered a sailor’s dream holiday destination. Important yacht charter tourist spots include the Mecklenburg Lake, Kiel Bay and Fehmarn Island. Check the 5 most popular yacht charter areas in Germany below and choose the one that suits you the best. We can only guarantee one thing; sheer relaxation.
Where to SailHeiligenhafen is one of the most famous areas in the Baltic Sea and is located in Schleswig-Holstein. There are many effervescent festivals, the weather is mostly sunny, you can try diverse outdoor activities, visit historical landmarks and have an amazing dining experience. In Heiligenhafen you will find a wide selection of attractions and exciting outdoor activities, most of which are water-based. Owing to its location in the southern section of the Baltic Sea, Heiligenhafen enjoys a relatively mild weather during the most parts of the year. Baden-Württemberg - The sunny Southwest Germany is a very special vacation destination. There are plenty of famous castles and palaces, as well as fine chateaux and manor houses to explore. You will be impressed by their picturesque architecture and might be lucky enough to attend one of the stage cultural events and festivals that take place very often. The nature lovers could also try hiking in the beautiful landscapes. Choose between the harmony and ease of the Black Forest, the intense green meadows in the Swabian Mountains, the river valleys in the Hohenlohe, or the contrast of water and mountains along the shores of Lake Constance. The cuisine is delicious, with culinary delights for every palate. Don't forget to try Brezeln, Kässpätzle, Flammkuchen and Maultaschen. In Brandenburg you will find a great variety of recreational opportunities. Go on a journey through the State of Brandenburg to discover the natural and cultural diversity of the region. Choose between the quiet and tranquil places or lively events, between experiencing exciting events of today or seeking the traces of the colourful past, unspoilt natural landscapes or vibrant cultural life. Brandenburg's countryside is absolutely stunning; Abundant alleys and vast grain and poppy fields are scenically traversed by an abundance of pristine rivers and lakes. Explore the cultural and historic monuments in the vicinity of the metropolis, among them a vast number of palaces and castles, providing useful insight into the local history as much as entertainment. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern - The inland landscape is characterized by wonderful hills, countless lakes, rivers, vast forests, meadows, as well as unspoilt moorings. The cities of the region, with their architecture, are a must-see. The former famous residences of the Dukes of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in Schwerin and Ludwigslust, as well as the Dukes of Mecklenburg-Strelitz in Neustrelitz and Mirow, are just a few of them. Neubrandenburg is well known for its well-preserved ramparts with the magnificent four gates. The Mecklenburg Lake District, situated in the south of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, is one of the most beautiful contiguous lakes in Europe. The largest inland lake in Germany, the Müritz, as well as the surrounding lakes and cities offer ideal conditions for sailors, surfers and all kinds of water sports lovers. Niedersachsen - In Lower Saxony, you will have the opportunity to explore various nature parks, national parks and biosphere reserves, which offer a relaxing break in the great outdoors, as well as lots of activities and adventure. Combine your sailing with a cycling tour and visit one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Lower Saxony, or stop by for a local refreshment at a typical northern German “Melkhüs". Another recommended activity is kayaking. There are many different canoe tours in the 22 rivers that cross the area, with a total lenght of around 2,000km. Germany Yachts
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Yacht Charter Greece - Perfect sailing combined with relaxation, fun, history and wonderful local cuisine
The attraction of the endless miles of aquamarine coastline and sun-bleached ancient ruins offer the visitor a truly enchanting cruise.
The Greek islands lure tourists in their droves every year, making them one of the world’s top travel destinations. Visiting by sea enables you to escape the throng and really get to know the islands. For sailors, yacht charter Greece has the extra appeal of variety; a choice sailing areas, varied conditions, but all with outstanding natural history and beauty.
Where to Sail
The Ionian Islands is the ideal easy sailing destination for families or groups who want a relaxing sail and enjoy the surroundings. It’s easily possible to avoid (or find!) the overcrowded parties and busy nightlife. Corfu, Zakynthos, Kefalonia, Ithaka, Paxoi are just a few of your must-see stops when in the Ionian. Each island, harbour, and town has its own character, from cosmopolitan Fiskardho to traditional Lefkas to sleepy Kastos and the pine-clad bays of Meganisi. It's not just the preserve of the novice, such is the beauty of the Ionian, with it's mystical connections to the mythical (or not) King Odysseus, you are likely to suspend any disbelief as you cruise around the mountainous little island of Corfu, which has been described as the as a "Luxuriant Garden of Eden" and has inspired writers such as Shakespeare.
The Cyclades Islands are the most popular located in the centre of the Aegean Sea. The Islands get their name from the Greek work Kyklos, meaning "ring" or "circle". This area is the quintessential Greece; its bright-white stucco buildings that sit delicately on hillsides like scattered sugar cubes beneath deep blue skies, and the landscape is sprinkled with windmills.
The excellent Saronic Gulf/Attica area boasts a superb fleet of yachts, consistent winds and a perfect starting and finishing point in the middle of a wonderful and varied sailing area. enjoy the delights of Hydra, but be ready to raft up stern too in the summer where there are rich picking for divers untangling anchors. Rich in history, this area offers great sailing for more experienced sailors, with historic and cultural destinations at the end of a great day’s sailing.
One of our favorite destinations, the Dodecanese, so named because there are 12 of them dodeka in Greek. This area is ideal for slightly more experienced crews. You will experience a stunning cruising area with varied ports of call and plenty to do and see. Perfect sailing winds are almost guaranteed. Here you have the opportunity to visit some of our favourite parts of Greece & Turkey. The combination of some of the better known and more cosmopolitan Greek Islands such Kos and Rhodes, with their ancient sites and great beaches, with some of the smaller and lesser known gems of the Dodecanese such as Nysiros, Halki or Symi ( a real must see). The ability to visit some of Turkey’s stunning Aegean coast make this an irresistible proposition for more experienced sailors. This sailing area is hugely rich in history and culture, and one of our favourite destinations
The Sporades is a challenging area and it is ideal for those who have a higher level of experience in sailing. You will find open waters and fresh breezes accompany you to unspoiled destinations. You can stop to the fantastic beaches and soak up the sun. All the Sporades Islands are ideal for explorers. If you have already experienced the delights of sailing in the Ionian and the Saronic Gulf, why not try one of our more challenging sailing areas, the Northern Sporades? For culture vultures you can, also, visit some of the locations for the hit movie “Mamma Mia” or anchor up and relax on one of the stunning sandy beaches.
The North Aegean offers a wide area and a variety of islands and places to sail. Most of the people are only aware of the Sporades, whilst there are many other beautiful destinations, such as Chalkidiki, Kavala, Thassos, Samothraki Lesbos and Lemnos. Many islands in the North Aegean are untouched by tourism so the sailors who hanker after life in the slow lane with fall in love with the region’s simplicity. In contrast, there are also picturesque cities from the capital Kavala, built on the slopes of Mountain Symvolo, and Alexandroupoli, a crossroads of sea and land connecting Europe and Asia.Greece offers one of the most beautiful and diverse sailing opportunities of all the yacht charter destinations.Greece Yachts
There are currently 18 of boats available for charter in Grenada. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Grenada Yachts
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With all that Italy has to offer in the way of dreamy landscapes and a sense of rich and vibrant history, it is no wonder it has remained one of the world’s most enduring vacation destinations.
The food is absolutely superb. Italy is both social and romantic, so whether you’re planning to sail with a group of friends or family members, or with your partner, your Italian yacht charter guarantees a vacation that will meet and exceed all of your expectations.
Italy offers some of the best sailing grounds in the Mediterranean. The lack of natural harbours and the limited numbers of places in the man-made marinas can make it challenging to find a berth during the summer months. However, with careful preparation, a few key words in Italian and a little patience and understanding, the rewards will be well worth it. The strength of the wind varies greatly depending on the location and time of year. The islands of Sardinia and Sicily tend to enjoy more wind than the Bay of Naples and the Riviera but, in general, there is a lot less during the summer months than other times of the year and yachts tend to have to motor more here than elsewhere in the Mediterranean. However, when the sun shines, and there is a warm, steady breeze, most yachtsmen would feel that the wait had been worth it. In the meantime, the variety of scenery, the fabulous climate, the beautifully clear water and Italian food and wine certainly go some way to make up for the lack of wind!
Where to SailSicily is an attractive cruising ground, particularly along the northern and eastern coasts. It has a number of well-established marinas although they can be very expensive in the summer months. Some of the larger, yacht charter companies have bases here. There are anchorages at Cefalu and either side of Palermo. At the western end, San Vito lo Capo also has a comfortable marina and anchorage, which can be very useful in a Maestrale. Off the western end of Sicily lie the Egadi Islands, which provide some spectacularly clear water and secure anchorages. There is a marina at Favignana. The cities of Trapani and Marsala are attractive destinations, but further round to the south the facilities diminish somewhat. The area is slowly being developed but some care should be taken when on a passage in this area. The eastern side of Sicily has some beautiful cities and interesting sailing destinations, in particular: Siracusa, Catania and Taormina are well worth a visit. The marina at Riposto provides ring-side seats for any firework shows that Mount Etna chooses to put on! A trip through the Straits of Messina is made more interesting by the presence of whirlpools at certain states of the tide! Although not dangerous to cruising yachts, they look a little threatening and can affect the steering at times. The Tuscan Islands & Argentario. Of all the places to sail in Italian waters, the Tuscan Islands are probably the most appealing and it is probably one of the most popular areas for yacht charter. It has something for everyone. The islands of Capraia, Elba, Giglio and Giannutri are all accessible to yachts and provide a number of attractive harbours and plenty of anchorages, some even secluded in bad weather. On the mainland south of Livorno, the harbours of Cala di Medici, Punta Ala, and on the Argentario promontory: Porto Santo Stefano, Porto Ercole and Cala Galera, are all relatively large and comfortable, and any one of them would provide a fabulous base for exploring the area. The Bay of Naples. It is not hard to see the appeal of the Bay of Naples for sailors. On the northern end, the islands of Ischia and Procida are both very accommodating to yachtsmen with several well-equipped marinas and a number of beautiful anchorages suitable in settled weather. In the centre, the famous outline of mount Vesuvius dominates the skyline with a number of marinas lining the coastline around Naples, some more attractive than others! On the southern end, the Island of Capri lies serenely off the Sorrento peninsular. Its harbour is famously expensive, but there is an anchorage to the side of it and a number of spectacular bays suitable for anchoring in settled weather. To the north of the bay, yachts can visit the beautiful Pontine Islands and to the south, the Amalfi coast beckons. Sardinia. The island of Sardinia offers some of the best sailing in the world and has safe harbours more or less evenly spaced around the whole coast. The east side is more protected, and offers some spectacular beaches with white sand and clear water. It is a very popular holiday destination and the ‘Costa Smerelda’, in the north-east of the island, is very much a playground for the rich and famous. Harbours like Porto Cervo will let you stay for next to nothing out of season, but come the summer, they would be charging you hundreds, if not thousands of euros per night – if they would let you in at all! The western side of Sardinia is more rugged and more open to the Maestrale (Mistral). When it blows, great care must be taken by small yachts as the seas build alarmingly and there are few safe harbours to run to. The Strait of Bonifacio, between Sardinia and Corsica, is a scary place to be in a full Maestrale. Further down the western side, there are some delightful sailing areas between the Island of San Pietro and Capo Teulada, the southernmost point of Sardinia. The Aeolian Islands. Named after the God of Wind, Aeolus, the Aeolian Islands have a reputation for enjoying a little too much of it! However, most of the time they are delightful and they provide some of the most secure anchorages available in the Tyrrhenian. There are eight in all, the last being little more than a rock, jutting out of the sea. Visitors can anchor off the island of Stromboli, who’s active volcano occasionally provides a spectacular light show. The neighbouring island of Vulcano also has an active volcano, and here visitors can enjoy hot springs in the bay and volcanic mud baths ashore. The islands of Lipari and Salina are larger and have attractive towns with well established marinas. On the mainland, the attractive harbour of Tropea makes a good stopping off point when on passage to or from the Aeolian Islands. Increasingly, more visitors are choosing to visit the amazing coastline from Portofino to Amalfi, the stunning archipelago of the Aeolian Islands and Sicily, and not to mention mercurial Venice with its ancient ports and massive forts to wonder at.Italy Yachts
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There are currently 33 of boats available for charter in Montenegro. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Montenegro Yachts
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Yacht Charter Netherlands - Wonderful sailing trips along the Dutch coast and an evening walks in the cities, watching the sunset.
Pick one of the many different marinas around the Netherlands and even combine the Dutch with the Belgian coast on a sailing holiday that you will remember forever.
Except for the modern marinas, you will also find picturesque and charming villages and towns, such as Makkum, Workum, Hindeloopen, Stavoren and Lemmer, in both Friesland and North-Holland. You will see stunning mansions that have been lovingly restored and which are reminders of the heyday of fishing and trade.
Where to Sail
Flevoland and Randmeren.There are many areas of outstanding natural beauty that have been developed here; thanks to the overhanging trees the canals now look like country rivers. Their length gives you an endless feeling of peace and quiet. The Randmeren is the largest uninterrupted sailing area in the Netherlands. The region is a must for sailing enthusiasts who love nature and don't prefer crowded places. Broad views and endless polders alternate with charming locations which offer great facilities to stay the night, such as Spakenburg and Elburg. The Randmeren features numerous islands which are ideal for daytime leisure pursuits. In Friesland you will find all the elements that will turn your sailing holiday into an unforgettable experience. The numerous Frisian lakes, interconnected through a unique system of rivers and canals, will lead you along typical landscapes with wide vistas studded with picturesque villages and cities. The Frisian lakes region offers unique little towns with well-equipped marinas inviting you to call in, such as: Sneek, Langweer, Sloten, Woudsend, Grou, Earnewâld, etc. North Holland. Start from Jachthaven Waterland, which is a marina located only 10 km north of Amsterdam in the historic town of Monnickendam. Monnickendam is on the shore of the Gouwzee, part of the IJsselmeer. This bay gives a good shelter for the prevailing southwesterly breeze. Within 2 NM you can find Volendam or Marken. Hoorn and Enkhuizen are only a few hours sailing away. The offshore sailor can use Monnickendam as a starting point for a round trip around the province "Noord Holland". Monnickendam is known for its smoked fish and historical centre. You will find the old town located only five walking minutes from Jachthaven Waterland, where there are plenty of small shops (Bakery, butcher) and restaurants. Fish, Thai, Kantonees, Tapas or Michelin star ones.Tip: Combine your sailing holidays with an extreme sport - Holland has many different options for you. Rappelling, Indoor Skydiving, Parachute jumping, Blokarting and Mud Flat Walking are just a few of them. Find which one suits you the best and try it.Netherlands Yachts
There are currently 1 of boats available for charter in New Caledonia. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.New Caledonia Yachts
There are currently 7 of boats available for charter in Norway. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Norway Yachts
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There are currently 23 of boats available for charter in Portugal. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Portugal Yachts
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There are currently 11 of boats available for charter in Saint Lucia. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Saint Lucia Yachts
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
There are currently 12 of boats available for charter in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Yachts
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There are currently 30 of boats available for charter in Slovenia. For more information of chartering a yacht in this region fill out the contact form below.Slovenia Yachts
Sailing in Spain offers the chance to discover a landscape full of charm and character, with sandy beaches and many beautiful marinas.
The cluster of Spanish islands include Mallorca, Ibiza Menorca, and stunning Formentera; all major holiday spots known for their sun-drenched beaches and sparkling blue waters.
A land on the crossroads between Europe and Africa, Spain, is well known for its erotic Flamenco music and bull-fights, however, the country also offers beautiful architecture, rich history, diverse culture and beautiful crystal clear waters. Whether you prefer to explore the coastline or the islands, we can ensure that you’ll have a fantastic time.
Where to sail
In Spain, you can find many great areas to sail. Whether you prefer to sail across its coastline or you are keen on exploring the Balearics or the Canaries, there are many beautiful routes to follow. You will find almost 8,000 kilometres of coastline, excellent weather (especially from March to October), more than 300 marinas, a host of mooring options and Marine Resorts, fully equipped with everything you may need. The Balearics is probably the most famous destination in Spain. You will find great sailing conditions, with fairly light wind and many lovely anchorages. If you’re in a hurry, you can explore most of the area in two weeks; four weeks allows for a more thorough cruise. There are frequent cheap flights from all islands to most European destinations during summer and all year round from Mallorca. The Spanish Mediterranean Coast is an easy sailing area, ideal for beginners. You will find numerous idyllic bays and beautiful cities to explore. The Spanish coastline is very diverse and offers a variety of landscapes. There are cliffs and sandy beaches, fertile farmlands, craggy mountains, olive groves and rocky coves. The Spanish Mediterranean coast can be divided into 3 charter areas: the region of Barcelona in the north, the coasts of Valencia and Alicante in the middle, and the area around Malaga and Marbella in the south. The location of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic, just off the coast of Africa, offers perfect sailing conditions and weather conditions. There are only very few places in the world that offer optimum sailing conditions all year round. The Canary Islands is one such place, not just because of the pleasant temperatures and the constant winds that blow even in the winter months, but also because of the safety of this European destination both when the boat is moored in the harbour and when at sea. Added to this is the wide and varied range of facilities and services, providing sailors of all boat types with everything needed for their voyage. You can sail around the islands and visit traditional fishing towns or remote beaches and coastal areas. At the marinas near the capital cities, you will find great nightlife, restaurants and large shopping centres. There are good facilities for yachts on all the islands, but particularly on the larger ones of them.Yacht Charter in Spain is refined, passionate, and devoted to living the "Buena Vida". Each of the regions has its own unique character and we strongly recommend that you try and visit all of them.Spain Yachts
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Yacht Charter Thailand - Explore the amazing islands, lay down the sunny beaches, try the exceptional cuisine
Thailand, with its beautiful islands and long white-sanded beaches, lures thousands of tourists in its droves every year, making it one of the world’s top travel destinations.
Blessed with a tropical climate, Thailand is ideal for your holidays at any time of the year. Visiting by sea enables you to escape the throng and really get to know the area. For sailors, yacht charter Thailand has the extra appeal of variety; the coasts of the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea play host to dozens of world-class dive sites, perfect for beginners or more experienced divers. The Phuket King’s Cup Regatta is Asia’s the biggest and most popular regatta. It is a one-week event held annually in Phuket.
Where to sail
Away from the capital city of Bangkok, the visitors can find a plethora of pristine sandy beaches and emerald seas and live a peaceful dream. When sailing in Thailand you will either start in the Andaman Sea and go to the West or in the Gulf Of Thailand and go to the South and East.Away from the capital city of Bangkok, the visitors can find a plethora of pristine sandy beaches and emerald seas and live a peaceful dream. When sailing in Thailand you will either start in the Andaman Sea and go to the West or in the Gulf Of Thailand and go to the South and East. Phuket is the main region for yacht charter Thailand, due to the wide range of available yachts and the stunning scenery to explore. Phuket is an island province of Thailand connected to the mainland by the Sarasin Bridge in the north. Phuket island is the main island, but there are 32 islands more to explore by sailing. From May/July to October, there are tropical rains in the area, however, sailors visit the area at any time of the year. Temperatures range from 25C to 32C (77F to 90F). If you prefer long sandy beaches, you should definitely try the West Coast of this mountainous island as the east ones are frequently muddy. Phang Nga Bay - Emerald green waters with limestone karsts that jut out of the water will take your breath away here. Koh Panyee and James Bond Island are two very famous islands you should definitely visit if you decide to sail in this bay. The James Bond Island has become famous after being featured in the 1974 James Bond movie, ‘Man With the Golden Gun’. There are many tourist boat trips that take place there, so it can get a little crowded. Koh Panyee is a truly remarkable village built entirely on poles in the shallow waters with an enormous rock monolith behind for shelter. You will find great restaurants with fresh fish, caught by the locals. Krabi is believed to be one of the oldest communities in Thailand, dating from the prehistoric period. The most famous attractions in the area are the Khao Khanap Nam Caves, which can be accessed by boat, the Tham Sadet Cave, where you can see marvellous stalactite and stalagmite formations, and the Khao Phanom Bencha National Park, which covers a total area of 50sq. km and it's filled with thick forests, streams, waterfalls, and wild animals. Krabi is, also, known for its several hot springs, which can be found either in the city centre or in the shady forest area. Amazing sea and mountain scenery await you along with beaches and coral-fringed islands to explore with excellent snorkelling and diving opportunities. The two stunning beaches of Ao Nang and Hat Rai Le have restaurants and shops where you can stop for a while and restock provisions if required. Phi Phi is located an equal distance of around 40km from both Krabi and Phuket. Made up of six small and large isles, the main features are sheer limestone cliffs and rocks. You will also find many gorgeous beaches and coral reefs. We recommend that you try diving in this area, as all the 6 isles are known for their beautiful marine nature. Ko Phi Phi Le is blessed with scenic bays, such as Ao Pi Le and Ao Maya, whilst you will also be able to admire the "Naga Serpent Cave" (or Tham Phaya Nak), with the stone which resembles a mythical creature. The cave is considered sacred to locals and it can be accessed by boat. Thailand offers one of the most beautiful and diverse sailing opportunities of all the yacht charter destinations.Thailand Yachts
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