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Yacht Charter Rates Explained

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Yacht Charter Rates Explained 2017-06-09T00:33:52+00:00
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Rates: All rates shown are for the general seasonal range of pricing for each yacht. All pricing shown is for the standard term of 7 nights and 8 days, from noon to noon. There is no restriction for day of the week for your charter start. All availability is based on the yacht’s bookings schedule.

PLEASE NOTE: Shorter term charters are possible usually with a minimum of 5 nights. Sometimes a “sh rt term premium” is assessed, however.

Please note the different factors that affect pricing below.

  • The number of people on board.
  • Level of service requested: Some boats offer a variety of choices for your vacation plan.
    “Captain Only” usually means you will have a Skipper but no chef or mate. There are some exceptions to this rule but you would be responsible for the cost of food, drinks, nightly moorings and cruising fees.
    “Half Board”. Many yachts offer a reduced number of meals on board to allow you to dine on land at one of the many restaurants and bars along your Caribbean Charter route but usually, standard ship’s bar is included. All meals on land would be at your own expense. The base charter rate is also lowered in most cases.
  • Season: Time of year for when you wish your charter to take place.
    High Rates: Winter (December 15 – April 30)
    Low Rates: Summer (May 1 – December 14)
  • All inclusive” normally means: Captain, Professional chef, 3 meals and snacks each day with full Standard ship’s bar (excluding vintage wines, champagne, dockage at your request), all water toys and all on deck amenities. Everything is included mostly for the US and British Virgin Islands (BVI).
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