From Southern Europe to South-East Asia, the world’s most beautiful coastal destinations are perfect for exploring by yacht.
There are truly few more liberating and romantic experiences then traversing the ocean by yacht, and from the paradisiacal islands of the Caribbean to the glamorous towns and cities of the Côte d'Azur, across the world there are a host of amazing destinations which are perfect for a yachting adventure.
Croatia’s coastline is one of the most beautiful on the planet, a captivating blend of stunning beaches, rugged coastal cliffs, picturesque islands, secluded coves and a host of fascinating medieval towns and cities, all fringed by the glittering azure waters of the Adriatic.
From the awe-inspiring, historic port city of Dubrovnik, to charming, laid-back Zdar, there are a number of ports from which to begin your charter.
A crewed charter includes a permanent crew who will operate the yacht and take care of the passengers whereas a bareboat charter is the hire of the boat only. (please note, for a bareboat charter, you will normally need a day skipper/ICCor ASA 104 certificate or equivalent)
Although most of the yachts have a maximum capacity of 12 passengers, Boat Bookings have a selection of larger boats with capacities of up to 270.
This depends on the location. Some destinations offer great conditions year round, however for others such as Europe, the warmer months of late June to early September, are recommended.
This depends on the operator, though most require a minimum of either a 1 week or five day hire, though Boat Bookings also offer a number of one day-hire options.
Rip through the waves with white knuckles and leave a trail of white water.
What was once a gift from the French is now the quintessential monument of American pride. Looking over the New York skyline in her vintage green hue, with the 7 spikes of her "halo" representing the worlds 7 seas and continents.
One of the world's most famous bays and the pride of Vietnam, Ha Long Bays emerald waters are still home to traditional fishing villages and sets of jagged limestone karsts.