‘Search for Available Charter Yachts and Yachts for sale in Destinations Worldwide’
- Give us the details of the vessel you intend to charter or purchase
- We will find the right option/s to match to your needs.
- Professional, Competitive & Confidential
How does it work?
Easy! Simply select your preferences within the drop screen submenu options a click “submit. All available charter yachts within your selections will be emailed to you directly where you will be able to view full vessel details, pictures and pricing at your convenience. You can also contact us via phone call, text message, chat or email if you would like to speak to us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
How soon in advance should I reserve my charter yacht?
To give yourself the best options available, we suggest securing your charter yacht 6 months prior to disembarkation however we do have the ability to accommodate most last minute requests.
How do I reserve a charter yacht?
Securing a vessel requires a 50% Deposit of the agreed charter yacht rate in the form of cleared wire transferred funds. All funds For Term Charters must be fulfilled no less than 30 days prior to disembarkation. For Day Charters all funds must be fulfilled prior to disembarkation.
What costs should I expect with Port Yachting (My Charter Yacht Club)?
The ebrochures that you receive from your selection will have a market value rate displayed within the content to give you a general idea the cost of your charter yacht. There are 2 pricing structures with charter yachts “All-Inclusive” or “Cost Plus Expenses” it is a good idea to inquire within to confirm. Most charter yacht “Plus Expenses” should expect the following: Total Cost of the Charter Yacht & Crew + Advance Provision Allowance (A.P.A.) + local sales tax in USA / in Europe VAT (Value Added Tax) “based on disembarkation location” Gratuity is NOT included in the cost of your charter yacht and A.P.A. Generally the gratuity is suggested 10% – 20% of the charter yacht rate however this is completely at your discretion in respect to your level of satisfaction with the overall experience.
What is Advance Provision Allowance (A.P.A.) and how is it calculated?
Advance Provision Allowance or (A.P.A.) acts as a retainer for operating expenses and provisions such as food, beverage, fuel, port fees, dockage and any special requests. Normally this rate is between 25% – 30% of the charter yacht rate depending on destination and requested inventories. All A.P.A. expenses will be accounted for and documented which will be available for the charterer to review with any remaining A.P.A. funds reimbursed to the charterer. Any balance owed to the charter yacht must be paid in full at to final disembarkation.
Can I purchase a charter yacht with Port Yachting (My Charter Yacht Club)?
Yes Absolutely! We have great relationships with many yacht owners and managers that contact us directly to let us know their yacht and charter business is up for sale both on and off the market. Some owners will even offer a complementary charter for serious buyers interested in taking over their yacht and already established charter book of business.