A maximum of 12.
A private yacht charter is basically renting a boat for a certain number of hours, typically 3 to 5, for you and your guests to enjoy taking a day trip on the ocean. A captain is included for safety, but you have the run of the yacht.
Sure, bring whatever you like. The charter will include an ice chest onboard and some waters.
• A bareboat charter is a vessel that is leased by the owner to another person (a “charterer”) for a period of time without a captain or crew;
• A bareboat charter is a vessel that is considered a recreational vessel and may not be subject to Passenger Vessel inspections by the United States Coast Guard;
• Once the charterer takes possession of the vessel, the charterer becomes entirely responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel and its passengers;
• The owner of the vessel is generally not responsible for any collision, personal injuries, and wages for the crew
• The charterer is responsible for the vessel’s crew, fuel, insurance, any maintenance and repairs, and any liability associated with use and possession of the vessel;
• The charterer must have the option of selecting and paying crew and may discharge the master or any crew member without referral to the owner;
• The owner may require general levels of proficiency for the crew that is retained based on federal statutes; and
• Charterers and passengers are solely responsible for making sure they understand and agree to the terms of any bareboat charter agreement.
Yachts typically have great sound systems, and a bluetooth connection
Bring whatever you wish. if this is a birthday or other celebration where a cake is served, let the Captain know so he/she can return to the harbor where the water is calmer for serving.
Our Captains try to steer the yacht in a way that makes for the smoothest cruising, but if you are susceptible to motion sickness, don't forget your medicine.
Yes. And a state room if you get tired.