With a great crew onboard, guests are practically guaranteed a stellar charter. “Feed them, and they will come,” said Chef Niko who has been onboard Motoryacht BINA for the past four years. We caught up with him as he was about to take the tender to the fresh ...Read more Comments Off on Lose yourself in the Greek Islands with MY BINA
When Kim Vibe-Petersen builds a yacht, you know it’s going to turn heads, but achieving similar impact with a brokerage yacht that’s eight years old, that takes some serious know-how. In early 2016, Vibe-Petersen purchased the 51.7m Mondango 2, renamed her as Sailing Yacht Q, and immediately set ...Read more Comments Off on Chartering this summer? Sailing Yacht Q is everything you need.
Some opportunities in life can be granted a most cherished of labels- that of ‘opportunity of a lifetime’. This means many different things to many different people, but for the larger part of the yachting and boating fraternity a chance to watch the America’s Cup Racing in Bermuda ...Read more Comments Off on How to: charter a yacht for the America’s Cup.
Image source: West Nautical By all accounts, the charter market is in as fit-a-state as ever. You’ll hear from some corners of the industry a collective groan as construction figures decline, but practically speaking it’s the yacht charter business that is the better macroeconomic barometer. A post shared ...Read more Comments Off on The best events to charter a yacht for worldwide
The superyacht industry is always changing. With more remote and unspoilt destinations becoming more accessible around the world and exciting yachts coming onto the market each year, deciding which yacht to charter – and where to sail – is a big decision. It is therefore helpful to learn ...Read more Comments Off on An Interview with a Charter Broker: Yachting Trends for 2017
Elysian (adj.): Beautiful or creative. Divinely inspired. Peaceful or perfect. M/Y ELYSIAN inhibits that perfect combination of exquisite design, ingenious innovation, superyacht glamour, and an irresistible sense of fun. She is available for charter right now with Denison Yachts. Built in 2009 by Abeking & Rasmussen, she is ...Read more Comments Off on What would you do with 24 hours on board M/Y Elysian?
Portofino, the yachting capital of the Italian Riviera Portofino, the little fishing village that is now known as the yachting capital of the Italian Riviera, is said to be the most photographed port in the world, and you can see why! With its quaint, colourful houses perched precariously ...Read more Comments Off on This is the Perfect Day in Portofino, Italy.
Planning the ultimate charter is something that we leave to the experts. That’s why we’ve decided to get in touch with the industry’s best to discuss how they would plan the perfect yacht charter. In the first in our Planning the Ultimate Charter series, we spoke to Alex ...Read more Comments Off on Planning your Ultimate Charter: French Riviera
Image Source: Professional Yacht Mastering Step into the heart of the Dolphin world with a truly intimate, once-in-a-lifetime experience with a Spinner Dolphin Superpod in Costa Rica. Picture this Your crew and guests swimming alongside thousands of playful spinner dolphins. Then the seabobs come out, and the dolphins love ...Read more Comments Off on A mind-blowing experience in Costa Rica with a Dolphin ‘Superpod’
Chartering a yacht is a tough process. The options are endless and when you’ve got all your friends and family involved there are just too many different requests to fulfill! That’s why it is amazing when you stumble upon something like superyacht AXIOMA- available for charter through the ...Read more Comments Off on YPI’s star superyacht AXIOMA is the stuff of dreams