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Mega Yacht Charter

Mega yachts are generally privately owned that measure over 78ft (24 meters) long and include a professional crew. A second-hand mega yacht is priced at roughly $8.7 million (€7.9 million). The biggest mega-yacht in the world is 590ft (180 meters) long. The handpicked amenities are custom made and of utmost quality and artisanship. You can travel to any corner of the world with the utmost luxury on a mega yacht. If you crave fine culture, beautiful azure waterways exquisite boats, and colorful culture, the Mediterranean is the destination to travel to. If you want to see some exotic natural islands, beautiful tropical beaches, and numerous location to travel to, the Caribbean will be perfect.

Destinations

Mega yachts can go anywhere at any time. The most popular locations include West Mediterranean, East Mediterranean, Caribbean and Bahamas, North America, South East Asia, and South Pacific. In West Mediterranean, you’ll visit the French Riviera, Corsica and Sardinia, Italy, and the Balearic Islands. In East Mediterranean, there is Croatia, Greek Islands, and Southern Turkey. Lastly, in North America, you can visit New England and Alaska. These locations vary from the company that you choose to charter from.

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Prices

The cost of chartering a mega yacht can vary through the various sizes, types, and styles, as well as the age of the yacht. Prices can vary from $350,000 to $450,000 per week, but they can also be around $1,000,000. Crewed charters costs do vary from the style of boat. A crewed catamaran or monohull sailboat that can accommodate up to 8 guests can cost somewhere around $15,000 to $25,000 per week. Similarly, a catamaran and sailboat that can accommodate 10 guests, would cost somewhere around $25,000 to $35,000 per week.

Ultimate Journey – Bahamas

This is just a sample of an itinerary; the journey is yours to make and personalize to what you want in your vacation.

For a 7-day trip to the Bahamas, start at the Atlantis Marina on Paradise Island. Head to the Spanish Wells, which is a town on St. George’s Cay, Eleuthera. After some exploration, continue east from North Eleuthera to Dunmore Town, Harbour Town, and marvel at the pink sand beaches. After that, move on to Highbourne Cay in Exumas, where you’ll find a premiere marina and eight beaches within walking distance. Sail onto Allen’s Cay and visit their iguana population known as the endangered Bahamian Dragons. Next cruise to Norman Cay, where you’ll see the famed Colombian plane wreck that now serves as a dive site with various tropical fish. Afterward, continue to Big Major’s Spot for a quiet evening onboard or head on to Sampson Cay. After some long due relaxation, cross the water to the nearby Staniel Cay and partake in some snorkeling or kayaking. On the last day, cruise over to Shroud Cay where you can swim or hike. It’s the perfect time to relax before heading back to Nassau. Have dinner at one of the inland clubs and finish of the day under the stars.

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