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                                                      Guide To Bareboat Charter
                                                            By Ciara McNamara



   A bareboat charter is a great way to enjoy a luxury sailing vacation, without the hassle of other
passengers. The first step in planning your voyage is to select a destination. The Bahamas and
Caribbean are popular destinations for yacht charters. Several companies in Miami and Fort
Lauderdale offer ships for trips to these destinations.

An Overview of a Bareboat Charter Once you have decided on a destination, you will need to
choose a boat. The charter company or broker will send you brochures, pictures and descriptions of
boats. Once you have chosen a boat, you sign a contract and pay a deposit to reserve your trip. Read
the contract carefully. It will contain information on:

o Liability insurance o Cancellation policy o What is included in your charter o Security deposit o
What to do if you experience a problem with the boat

Read the information carefully and ask questions about anything that isn’t clear or that you don’t
understand.

In most cases, you are paying only for the boat. You and your crew will be responsible for sailing the
boat on your voyage. If you aren’t qualified, you will need to hire a skipper. The charter company can
help you with this. You will be responsible for fuel, taxes and port fees. In addition, you will need to
provide food and other supplies. You will need to arrange travel and hotel reservations. Some
companies work with a travel agent that can help you with this and often get you a better rate.

The size and age of the boat determine the cost. If you are travelling with several friends, family
members or other couples, you can split the cost. This is a great way to enjoy a luxury vacation at a
reasonable cost. With your co travellers, you will need to set an itinerary for your trip. Decide what
activities you are interested in, and the sights you want to see. The charter company will help you set
an itinerary that will include something for everyone in your group.       Requirements You will need to
prove that you are qualified to handle the ship you intend to rent. You will be asked for your sailing
resume, which details your experience. Some companies require a Bareboat Sailing Certificate. Prior
to departure, a skipper will take you out on a short cruise for you to demonstrate your skills. This allows
them to be sure of your ability and gives you a chance to get comfortable with the sailboat or motor
yacht. If the skipper is not convinced of your skill, you will need to hire a skipper for the voyage. This

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can cost up to $200 per day.

Choosing a Charter Company

You can charter either directly with the charter company or work with a charter broker. A broker works
with several charter companies worldwide. The fee is paid by the charter company. The benefit of a
broker is they have access to more boats and may be better able to find the perfect boat for your
needs, and to fit your budget.

Good brokers are familiar with all the boats they broker. You will be sent pictures, brochures and
descriptions of each boat to help you make a decision. Ask about the age and condition of each boat.
The newer the boat, the higher the price you will pay for your vacation. A five year old boat will be less
expensive, but if it is well maintained, can give you a great trip at a lower cost.

Whether you are using a broker or a charter company, choose an organization that has been in
business for a long time. Check with the Better Business Bureau for information on companies
operating in the United States. Ask for references from people who have used the company or broker
in the past. Your trip is a big investment and you want to be sure you are making the best choice.

Ciara McNamara reveals many news to the information source at
http://www.luxury-yacht-charters-guide.com. The author is working on topics like bareboat charters (
http://www.luxury-yacht-charters-guide.com/bareboat-charters.html ) and others.




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                                               Planning A Caribbean Yacht Charter
                                                             By Rumble Romagnoli



Hiring a yacht charter in Caribbean Islands and having an exotic travel plan is one of the most
enchanting experiences one can aspire for. This is the most rewarding place for planning a vacation.

 There are a few things that need to be considered such that the vacation in the Caribbean in a yacht
charter is made the ultimate experience of a life time.

 The first and the foremost thing to be decided upon in a travel plan is the destination to be chosen for
the vacation. Having decided to go on a yacht charter Caribbean, the next thing one needs to do is to
analyze the various charter destinations offered among the vast island region, taking into consideration
the prices, availability of charter and such other things. The weather, the season as well as the weather
in the region needs to be taken into account while deciding on the destination.

 The next step in planning the vacation is to decide on the type of vacation one is planning to have.
There are many types of vacations, prominent among them being the romantic getaway, a couple’s
trip, a family vacation or a single person’s trip far away from the pressures of the daily routine. The size
of the members in the vacation determines the type of vehicle that needs to hired for as there are a
number of choices, from a single person’s boat or catamaran to a two-tired boat that can accommodate
as many as 12 to 15 members of the travel team.

 After having decided on the location and the strength of the vacation party, the next thing that needs to
be considered is the budget allocated for the vacation. This is an important aspect to be considered as
this will determine the type of vehicle you plan to hire and the type of facilities you want during the trip.

 The next logical step in planning the vacation to the Caribbean islands is the style of charter that
needs to be hired for the vacation. Three types of yacht charter are in offer to choose from. That
includes a crewed charter, a bareboat charter and a charter with a bareboat along with a captain. Each
of the three types has its own merits. The crewed charter is one which has a permanent cook and a
captain to guide us through the exotic locations during the trip. The bareboat charter is a type where
one can sail in the high seas individually. One pre-requisite for having a bareboat charter is that the
person should have skippering experience for hiring. Otherwise it is not advisable to hire this bareboat
charter.

 The next logical step is to determine the type of yacht one wants to hire for the trip. Innumerable types
of yachts are in offer to select from for the trip. Depending on the size of the team and the luxury one
can afford, the yacht can be selected from the list of available charters.

 The real fun will start once the type of yacht chart, the travel destination, the timing of the trip has been
planned and finalized well in advance and the ultimate day of travel arrives. Happy vacation can be
more charming and enchanting with proper planning and execution.

Dolmen Yachts specialise in yacht charters in the Caribbean. Ask your captain about BVI yacht
charter, Grenadines yacht charter, Tahiti yacht charter and caribbean catamaran charters.
http://www.dolmenyachts.com/charter/yacht_charter_caribbean.htm



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