- If you are leading a big group of people, it is best to arrive at your destination a day or two before your embarcation day.
This will help every individual to plan his/her own flight in order to arrive proper and have a chance to get rid of jetlag before embarking your yacht. Remember, most of the time you only have one week of charter and in some cases, some of your guests might even have to leave earlier. You wouldn’t want to miss any of your yachting time with dealing with the draining side-effects of jetlag.
- Check weather forecast with the Captain and your broker before you pack;
Remember that your charter consultant and the Captain are here to help you and to make sure that your experience is unforgettable. It is smart to ask them for the local weather forecast and seasonal averages prior to your trip. Some of the destinations can get quite chilly at night due to season or weather abnormalities. This will help you to be fully prepared. In addition, all yachts are aware of the local circumstances and they will be prepared for intense situations such as tropical rains and meltemi — seasonal local winds blowing northerly during the day time in July and August around the Aegean Sea.
With the effects of a pandemic, the Yachting industry is in its prime era, and chartering a yacht can sound appealing.
But then many questions come since it's new to most people; How much will it cost? What is included? Is the crew included? Can I charter all inclusive? Who is representing me and who is going to help me if something bad happens? And the list goes on and on......
Today we are going to answer one of these questions with all details;
What is included when you charter a yacht?
Crewed yacht charter has two sub-conditions which depend on the region and the type of the yachts;
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Bugenvila, Cavtat: In the charming sea village of Cavtat, Bugenvila shines like a pearl. This exquisite yet equally humble restaurant not only serves a Michelin praised menu, but also a breathtaking view of the picturesque bay. With the owner’s motto “the simpler, the better,” the quality of ingredients pop on the artistic dishes that will excite those adventurous palettes.