Southern New England - Yacht Charter


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If you like to visit historical places and see landmarks that tell you how our frontiers lived about 200 years ago, then head for Southern New England on your luxury yacht. The islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard have an indescribable charm. Boston is known for its role in the establishment and development of the United States. Cape Cod offers a provincial calm and leisurely life. Every charterer will find a place that meets your expectations. Although there is a variety of modern entertainment in New England such as museums, galleries, shows, nightlife, and shopping centers, it is a place that has kept many traditions untouched – for instance, lobster bakes on the beach in the summer.

There’s nowhere else where you can see so many well-preserved buildings that are real architectural landmarks. Motor past the gray-shingled houses in Nantucket while see towering lighthouses in every port and the clapboard houses that scatter the coastlines. Just walking leisurely along cobblestone streets will bring you a feeling that you have somehow gone back in time. Of course, you should taste clam chowder so hot and delicious that you feel your mouth is on fire, but can’t stop until you empty the bowl. A country of carefully preserved early American ideals and Yankee traditions and lifestyle, that’s what New England is nowadays. Each day, a shore will be a new and exciting experience that you’re sure to remember for years to come. Each of these ports offers fabulous photo opportunities, so don’t forget about your camera.

Southern New England

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Travel program

Day 1 Newport

You’ll moor your luxury yacht in Newport harbor and immediately be in a world of beauty. Rhode Island is known for sandy shores and seaside colonial towns with Gilded Age mansions. Trinity Church is 310 years old and situated on the coastline, along with other historical buildings that make the landscape quite exceptional. Rhode Island is called the Sailing Capital of America, for it has always played a great role in trade relations. Visit the famous New York Yacht Club which won America’s Cup many times. Watch the evening life of Bannister’s Wharf then choose a restaurant to have dinner at before you return on board.

Day 2 Newport to Martha’s Vineyard

What can a curious charterer see here? The Vanderbilts’ Beaux-Arts cottage, the Breakers in Newport, the playground of “American VIP’s” in Martha’s Vineyard – the list of interesting places worth visiting here goes on and on. Make sure to stop by the Black Dog Tavern for the most delicious clam chowder you have ever tasted.

Day 3Martha’s Vineyard to Nantucket

Take a bicycle ride through the Vineyard’s ancient streets before moving to Nantucket Island, which is called “The Gray Lady”. See cozy shingled cottages lined with rose bushes and get the feeling of what America looked like about 100 years ago.

Day 4Nantucket

Maybe it’s time to do some shopping. Nantucket, a tiny isolated island off of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is a summer destination with dune-backed beaches. It’s marked by unpainted cedar-shingled buildings, many of which are surrounded by manicured privets. The wharves and cobblestoned streets of the Town of Nantucket are lined with restaurants, high-end boutiques, and steeple churches. The town’s Whaling Museum recounts the island’s role as a 19th century whaling hub. Feast your eyes upon the unique collection of wooden toys at the Toy Boat. In the evening, taste fresh and exquisitely prepared seafood at the White Elephant Hotel. This day has brought you a lot of new impressions so relax on your yacht in a luxury Jacuzzi.

Day 5Nantucket to Provincetown

The ride from Nantucket to Provincetown is a relaxing trip. Enjoy watching the seascape while you sit in a comfortable lounge, perhaps with a glass of icy-cold champagne in your hand. On arrival in Provincetown, you’ll sink in an atmosphere of glamour and luxury as this place is an artistic community. Lobster bake in the evening – what could be more pleasant?

Day 6Provincetown to Boston

A city with a great history welcomes you. There are so many attractions that it’s impossible to see them all within a day. You’ll at least have the chance to visit the most famous places like Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall, the New England Aquarium, and the Rowes Wharf shopping complex.

Day 7 Boston

The last day of your journey may be the busiest one. Founded in 1630, it’s America’s oldest city. Walk the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail and discover how it played a key role in the American Revolution. Eat oysters at the Country’s oldest Oyster House, Union Oyster House. Return home by plane and take with you all your memories of the early Americas
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