This region makes the perfect yachting holiday. The only challenge is choosing which island destination in which to charter. ...

We ask the Experts about all of the factors that go into the cost of chartering a yacht. Where do you want to go? Do you want Crew? How big? Sail or Power? ...

A charter yacht vacation offers something for everyone. This is true whether it’s bareboat or crewed. That said, and to narrow things down, All At Sea asked five experienced Caribbean charter professionals what to look for, ask for and expect in ...

Sail dominated chartering in the Caribbean islands right from the start. On the crewed front, it was a 70ft schooner named Mollihawk that Commander Nicholson first chartered off Antigua nearly seven decades ago. On the bareboat side, it was four ...

What is needed to successfully charter a yacht as crew or owner operators? Expert tips and tricks to get started and start making money! ...

Yachting wasn’t a part of Ann McHorney’s background when growing up in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. In fact, the closest she came was weekend waterskiing behind a friend’s family-owned cabin cruiser on the Allegheny River. Today, McHorney, who founded Select Yachts ...

Maybe you live in a cold climate and dream of a career on warm tropical seas. Or, perhaps the Caribbean is home, but you’re stuck behind a desk and yearn to work on one of the yachts that cruise by ...

What’s hot when it comes to the Caribbean’s charter industry? All At Sea asked over half-a-dozen companies from South Florida to Grenada to share their thoughts on ten topics. 1. Everyone Charters – Seriously “The most exciting trend to me ...

The Caribbean is one of the best-kept secrets in terms of charter destinations come the summer. That’s because while many folks head to perennially favorite spots like the Mediterranean or New England, there are unique advantages to chartering in the ...

A sampling of the responses from crewed brokerages and bareboat companies provides a peek at the hot trends in the Caribbean charter yacht industry. 1. Business is Looking Up for Charters! Business seems better, says Ann McHorney, founder and director ...

The joy of chartering knows no limit when it comes to age. Just ask 84 and 87-year-old Claire and Dick Reed. The two seniors accompanied their son Glenn and daughter-in-law Heather Dawson on a family yacht charter aboard Select Yachts’ ...

Much has changed in the charter world since Commander Nicholson cast off on his first crewed yacht charter in 1949 and Virgin Islands’ sailors followed suit less than a decade later by chartering their homes for $400 dollars a week ...