Caribbean Sailing Vacations by Ed Hamilton

Which charter style fits your requirements?

A Bareboat Charter

Sail the boat yourself. The principal charterer needs to have skippering experience on a yacht close to the size you are chartering.

A Skippered Bareboat

Still use a bareboat company but add a freelance skipper for all or part of the time. A good option for anyone eventually wanting to bareboat, but can be the same price as some fully crewed boats. No matching of client and skipper's interests.

A Private Yacht with a Full Crew

Yacht comes with at least a permanent captain and cook. Price includes all meals and often house wines and open bar. Meals prepared to your taste (to a very high standard). You choose the day's activities and the itinerary, on a day to day basis. Yachts tend to be larger and more luxurious. Matching your party to a suitable crew is an important part of our service. Remember to add in the cost of a tip for the crew.
(Take a look at the Crewed section of our site).

Discover how one of our brokers can help you choose the boat that fits your dreams.

Please suggest some boats that might be suitable

Photo credits for this page: Yacht Andiamo - Owners of yacht Andiamo, Twin cabin on Titan XIV - Ed Hamilton
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