The first step in planning a charter is to decide how many islands to visit given your time frame.
Research and determine which island you want to have as a base; then you can plan an itinerary for the week, taking into consideration distances between islands and factoring in activities like island exploration, scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking and shopping.
The most important part of planning a sailing trip is choosing your crew members. It’s common to experience and hear about personalities clashing on charters. When this happens, time and money is wasted on what could have been a great trip. Choose people who have had at least a little sailing experience. Just as a captain on an airplane has the final say, so does a captain of a boat.
You can consult our Contact Center about the vessel choice - they will prepare an offer for you based upon your request. If you prefer to choose a vessel on your own, you can do so by using our Online Database system.
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