New England Charters
A New England superyacht charter is unquestionably different to that of in the south.
New England/Timeless, Classic, Beauty
Sailing along the coast north of New York and South of Canada is a yachties dream — picturesque harbors, quaint towns and unrivaled seafood. A New England superyacht charter is unquestionably different to that of in the south – for starters you will be hard pushed to find glitzy nightspots or party hard towns instead you will be greeted with historic seaside spots with charming boutique stores, grand mansions commissioned by great families such as the Vanderbilts, the rocky peaks of the Appalachian Mountains, sand dunes and lighthouses. Appealing to hardened sailors and the superyacht elite alike, New England is a timeless destination where time has stood still. The coastline of Maine extends for nearly 3,500 miles, making it one of the larger cruising grounds in the United States of America. Its craggy nooks and pebbly beaches give it a rustic charm coupled with its quaint lighthouses and charming harbors making it an excellent superyacht charter destination. The wildlife found in the waters around here too keeps everyone amused even on longer crossings. Be sure to look out for the seals and porpoises. Massachusetts, like most of New England has a rich maritime history from Plymouth and where the pilgrims landed to Nantucket where the whaling ships once ruled the ocean. Today though, this region has so much to offer the yacht charterer: Explore the fishing villages, wander the sandy beaches or let loose in the region of Cape Cod, or kick back on New England’s largest island – Marthas Vineyard for cycling trails, hikes and fine food. Charming Rhode Island has Newport as its bait to lure salty sailors onto its shores. This picturesque town has a super harbor, complete with a glamorous yacht club and is home to the sailing race the Newport Bucket. If you are looking for a quintessential New England town then look no further than here. The streets are filled with picturesque wooden-plank houses, mansions dating back to the gilded ere (dubbed so by Mark Twain) when
New England - Top Marinas
Newport Shipyard: Located in downtown Newport, this is a fully serviced marina which now plays host to several boat shows and races. Docking here means you are right in the heart of the town and walking to its attractions such as the Bellevue Avenue — home to the mansions and the cliff walk is not too far a stroll. The Boston Yacht Haven: Located in Boston’s historic quarter of North End, near Commercial Wharf, this fully serviced marina offers bars, restaurants and a boutique hotel right on the doorstep and is only a stone’s throw from Quincy Market, the restaurants and bars of the city too. Newport Shipyard/Boston Yacht Haven
New England - Top Anchorages
Seven Hundred Acre Island, Maine – Drop anchor here and head ashore to the quaint little village where hiking trails are plenty and the homemade jams are worth stocking up on. Block Island, Rhode Island — this is a charming island, located not too far from Newport, head here to enjoy 17 miles of pure pale yellow sand beach, fine New England architecture and well-preserved Victorian buildings. Seven Hundred Acre Island/Block Island