Advantage of a Yacht Charter

Chartering a yacht is a great alternative to the typical beach vacation.

Are you looking for a relaxing and exciting alternative to the standard beach vacation? If you answer “yes,” then I highly recommend you escape your dull, monotonous daily life and trade it for a week-long yacht charter holiday. Chartering a yacht is a great alternative to the typical beach vacation. Whether it is winter, fall, spring, or summer, there are always great sailing conditions throughout the world.

It’s baffling that people spend thousands, if not millions of dollars purchasing a yacht they use a few times per year. While the yacht sits in the marina, the owners still need to pay thousands of dollars in harbor fees, insurance, taxes, fuel, and general maintenance expenses every month! Many people joke that “YACHT” is an acronym for “Break Out Another Thousand” and a yacht is a hole in the water that you keep throwing money into. In truth, these jokes are valid. Why spend an absurd amount of money buying and upkeeping a yacht when chartering is cheaper and just as enjoyable?

Yacht charters provide a particular freedom where you can be as relaxed or adventurous as you wish. Take a dinghy to shore and spend the entire day at the beach or snorkel around your yacht charter; it’s your decision!  This rare freedom allows you to stay in different sites without the hassle of packing your suitcases every night and moving into a new hotel.

Yachtcharter Sailboat

Explore the far corners of the world and discover the immense beauty of the world. Traveling during the peak of tourism season can harm the quality of your vacation. Expensive hotel rooms, long lines at points of interest, crowded restaurants, people carelessly walking in front while you take a picture, heavy traffic; the list is endless. A chartered yacht allows you to vacation during the peak tourism season and miss out on the negatives that were previously mentioned. Either dock in popular marinas or anchor in secluded coves kilometers away from tourist-crawling areas.

Broaden your sailing skills by operating various yacht models like catamarans, sailboats, houseboats or motoryachts. You limit yourself to one boat when you own a yacht but when you charter yachts, you have access to operating diversified vessels and locations. Currently high recommenden and most wanted charter destinations are Turkey, Italy and Greece (Europe). The best charter yachts in the The Mediterranean Sea for your boating vacation you can book directly on the Yacht Charter YACHTICO.com

Though it’s mentioned last in this post but is at the top of the list of “Advantages of Chartering a Yacht”  is for the unforgettable and irreplaceable experience you have with your crew. Build stronger relationships with family and friends because of the unforgettable memories that are shared between everyone.

Have fun and enjoy your yacht charter holiday wherever you go!

New Boat Listing: The Elan Power 30 in Zadar

Cruise around Croatia with the Elan Power 30 – a fast, high performance motor yacht by Elan Marine. It has an innovative design that enables comfortable, high speed cruising. Below deck there is a luxurious interior equipped with all the necessary amenities for up to eight guests. The boat comes fitted with a Volvo Penta engine and state of the art Raymarine navigational software. The rental price includes tax, insurance, a Croatian navigational permit and a charter license for the vessel.

Motoryacht Elan Power 30

Charter Yacht Elan Power 30


Last Minute Deal – Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45 DS in Palma de Mallorca – May 2012

Sail around the Balearic Islands in style with the Sun Odyssey 45 DS. Designed by Philippe Brand for Jeanneau, this sailing boat is sleek, stylish and fast on the water. Crew will enjoy the  spacious cockpit and the light and airy deck saloon. There are 2 double cabins and 2 bathrooms on board to accommodate 6 guests. Pay only €2406 ($3167) when you rent this boat for one week beginning the 5th of May 2012 on Palma de Mallorca.


Canary Islands Sailing Itinerary

Sailing around the Canary Islands you can travel between cosmpolitan cities, remote islands and peaceful villages. This route begins from the island of Tenerife and will take you to El Hierro, La Gomera, La Palma and Gran Canaria.

  1. San Miguel, Tenerife
  2. Puerto de la Estaca, El Hierro
  3. San Sebastian, La Gomera
  4. Los Christianos, Tenerife
  5. Santa Cruz de la Palma
  6. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
  7. Las Palmas, Gran Canaria
  8. Return to San Miguel