Bahamas Yacht Charters Imagining Taking Your Own Boat To The Bahamas

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					Bahamas Yacht Charters – Imagining Taking Your Own Boat To The Bahamas

When you decide on Bahamas Yacht Charters you have over 500 miles of
tropical waters to explore. The Bahamas is an archipelago that contains
over 700 islands, so unless you have loads of cash you won’t get to see
them all in one charter vacation. Choose from crewed yacht charters or a
bareboat charter, but whichever one you choose, you can decide where you
want to go. Bahamas Yacht Charters can help you plan your vacation so
that it fulfills your every need.

The difference in crewed yacht charters and bareboat charters is in the
amenities that the yacht offers. You don’t have to know how to sail the
yacht if you want the cheaper bareboat, but you do have to supply your
own food and supplies. In addition, you have to bring along your own
lounge chairs and watersports equipment or choose to rent them from
Bahamas Yacht Charters. With crewed yacht charters, you don’t have to do
any work aboard the yacht and everything is supplied for you. If you have
lots of money to spend, you can choose one of the luxury yacht charters.
Bahamas lends itself to dreaming of luxury, so for that once in a
lifetime vacation, why not splurge?

As a rule, Bahamas Yacht Charters begin with a chart briefing at 9 A.M.
Then you can sail at 10 and you have to have the yacht back by 10 at the
end of the charter period. If you would prefer to have an afternoon
sailing time, you have to request this when you book your yacht charters.
The Bahamas is suitable for any time sailing and with the short distance
from Florida to the Bahamas, it doesn’t make any difference what time you
leave. You do have to be careful of the weather if you book the yacht
charter during hurricane season.

You can also begin and end the charter in the Bahamas. Fly into Abaco and
take the yacht from there. For yacht charters, Bahamas tax rates are 4%
of the total cost of the charter and you have to pay a daily insurance
rate for the yacht. This depends on the size of yacht you charter. For
example, the premium for yachts 41 feet and under is $33 per day and for
those over 41 feet, the premium is $38 per day. The deductible with the
yacht charter insurance is $400, which you must pay yourself if you cause
any damage. Bahamas Yacht Charters supplies you with a full tank of fuel
when you have a bareboat charter, but you must return the yacht with the
tank full.

Sailing yachts from Bahamas Yacht Charters are much more expensive. A
typical yacht charter will cost about $13,000, which does not include
meals, docking, drinks and fees. During the summer, the yacht charters
are based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and during the winter they are
based in the Bahamas. If a group of people decide to get together and
book a charter from Bahamas Yacht Charters, they can split the cost
between them, which will significantly reduce the price per couple.

				
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