Motor yachts far exceed sailing yachts on the charter market, and typically have more space for amenities such as Jacuzzis, swimming pools, toys and larger tenders. Layout varies, but in accordance with maritime law, most motor yachts will sleep a maximum of 12 guests. Larger yachts meeting the SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) requirements can accommodate more.

Sailing yachts feature many of the same modern and luxurious amenities as motor yachts, although will have less interior space compared to a motor yacht of the same size. However, gliding quietly through the ocean powered only by the force of the wind is an unparalleled experience, unique to sailing.

For more information, please give us a call and we will provide tailored advice based on your personal requirements.


The summer season runs from late April / early May until the end of October. Destinations tend to be primarilty in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the South Pacific.

The winter season runs from October to April, and yachts are mainly chartered in the Caribbean, British Virgin Islands and the Indian Ocean.

High and low season occur in both in summer and winter, with pricing catergorised as peak and off-peak respectively. Prices are higher during high season, but yachts also book up more quickly, therefore we always advise clients to book as early as possible. For our suggested itineraries, please have a look at our destinations page.

For more unique suggestions, please speak to one of our brokers who will be happy to assist.


Each super yacht will generally host a variety of water toys for entertainment. These vary between yachts, so please let your broker know if you desire any toy in particular. Examples include personal watercrafts (similar to motorcycles), inflatables (such as banana boats), waterslides, snorkelling gear, water skis / wakeboards, seabobs, various water sports equipment like paddle boards, dinghies and kayaks.