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Pricing: We show the listed rate for this yacht. At time of quoting, accurate rates with any availabel discounts will be provided.
Refundable damage deposit: A security deposit required to cover any damages made by the charterer. The deposit amount varies according to the size and age of the yacht. It is a deductible insurance and is charged as an authorization to credit card upon arrival at the base. Upon safe return of the yacht, the authorization is destroyed. In the Caribbean a non-refundable security insurance will also be charged in addition to a refundable damage deposit.
Non-refundable security deposit: For some yachts there is an option to pay a daily non-refundable insurance. This is paid upon arrival at the base.
Outboard: Some yachts include an outboard engine free of charge and for others there is an additional charge. You can expect to pay approximately 80 Euros per week in Europe. For Caribbean and other tropical destinations outboards tend to be included in the yacht price.
End-cleaning: This is a one off fee and is typically paid cash upon arrival at the base. In some instances it can be paid in advance and will have a mandatory starter pack added on which will include some basic supplies.
Skipper fees: Professional skipper fees are charged by the day and you will be expected to cover all meal costs for the skipper in addition to the daily fee. You can expect to pay around 150 Euros per day in Europe and 200 USD in the Caribbean. Skipper fees are paid directly to the skipper upon arrival at the base.
One-way fees: In some destinations it is possible to pick up and drop off a yacht at different bases. There will be a one-way fee added to the yacht price. Yachts joining a flotilla may not be able to do a one way drop off.
Fuel: Is not included in yacht charter pricing. You will be given a yacht full of fuel and you will be expected to refuel upon arrival back at the base at the end of the charter. You can pay by credit card.
Water: Fresh water is not included in a yacht charter pricing. Yacht water tanks will be full upon arrival but you will be expected to fill as you go along. You can return the yacht with empty tanks.
Provisions: Are not included in yacht charter pricing and a yacht will be delivered as a bareboat charter. You will need to purchase all provisions either ordering in advance from a provisioning list or by shopping locally upon arrival.
Transit Log: This is something charged in Croatia and Turkey and is normally paid with end cleaning either in advance or upon arrival at the base.
Tourist tax or cruising tax: This is a tax per person normally added in Croatia and Caribbean destinations. It is paid upon arrival at the base or in some instances paid in advance with the yacht price.
Flights, transfers and cancellation/medical insurance: Is not included in the price of a charter.
What is included will vary per yacht but as a guide a charter yacht will include: dinghy/full cruising area charts and cruising guide or pilot book/navigational equipment (binoculars, hand compass and course plotting equipment)/initial full tank of water, fuel and cooking gas/VHF radio/autopilot/electric anchor windlass/wind instruments/furling or battened mainsail/furling genoa sail/bimini for cockpit shade (racing yachts have a boom awning)/transom/galley equipment (cooking and eating utensils)/standard safety equipment (navigational and first aid)/hot water/bed linen/FM radio/CD player/dodger/berthing fees at home port.
Some yachts may also include: GPS (plotter)/cabin fans/cabin reading lights/BBQ/outboard engine/snorkeling equipment/cockpit cushions/spray hood.
Our prices are shown in the currency of the charter destination. As a North American company we convert to either USD or CAD for invoicing. Euro invoicing is available for European customers only. All website exchange rates are advisory and are intended to provide general currency rate. At time of invoicing latest exchange will be used.
Specifications for each yacht are displayed in good faith and believed to be accurate but are not guaranteed. Full inventory and equipment details of a specific charter yacht will be provided at the quotation stage and listed on the charter contract and invoice upon booking.