Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SAINT TROPEZ, France - Aug 02, 2016 - The team at Titan Broker have a wealth of knowledge, many of whom were former yacht captains, they have visited a large number of our charter boats. This is important when knowing which ship to recommend. Furthermore, our charter brokers are equipped with detailed information, about the yachts, the locations where they cruise and the crew. We have access to the largest database of charter vessels in the world, so if you have unique requirements, we can locate the ideal yacht to accommodate you.
There are over 10,000 mega yachts in the world, with sailing yachts totalling less than 20%, of all yachts in existence.
Titan Broker has compiled 8 essential steps, on How to Choose a Superyacht for Charter.
Your charter broker will need to know your budget, yachts vary hugely in price. By having a budget in place early on, this will ease and limit the range of boats to choose from. You will need to factor in fuel and mooring costs. It is worth considering that cheaper, is not always better, smaller vessels may not meet your accommodation and facility requirements, smaller, newer yachts may be more expensive than larger older yachts. The charter price has to primary be based on, a number of guests, amenities of the yacht and the type of holiday you expect.
The location you decide to charter will depend on the time of year you are planning to travel and the type of experience you are looking for. Charter locations and seasons vary so do sailing conditions, the weather at different times of the year is important to take into account .If you fancy cruising along the French Riviera, from personal experience May to September is best, whilst a winter escape is ideal in the calm and clear waters of the Caribbean.
Number of guests and children
When choosing a holiday home, the number of bedrooms is important, the same applies to choosing a yacht to charter. If you wish to charter with couples, then you may need extra double cabins, if you have lots of family then you’ll require more twin berths. Larger yachts provide excellent amenities and expansive luxury accommodation. Planning to charter with children, you will need to contemplate selecting a yacht that has safety rails around swimming pools and on the stairways, also consider vessels with adjoining cabins. The number of people allowed by law, without a licence, on a charter is 12. Most ships of 40M carry 12 people, charter yachts which accommodate more than 12 passengers, must be registered under the Maritime Safety of Life At Sea (SOLAS).
What type of charter holiday you would like
When choosing a luxury yachting holiday, it’s curial to consider everything you wish to do, whether it be relaxing on a remote beach, soaking up the sun or island hoping. Cruising on a ship gives many possibilities. You may choose to charter the Mediterranean waters visiting the history and culture of bustling cities along the way. Possibly a quayside spot to watch the Monaco Grand Prix. If you’re looking to travel a long distance, considered deciding on a yacht built for long voyages.
Yacht accommodation and style
Every superyacht has a different onboard cabin arrangement, subsequently, when reviewing potential vessels, it is important to think about the arrangement of the boat and how its layout fits your requirements. If you wish for a quiet cabin consider suites, that don’t share an adjoining bulkhead, this allows one to watch TV without disturbing your neighbours. Choose a yacht with an interior design you like, there is little point in spending a week aboard a boat with a style you dislike. From contemporary, elegant and opulent, to chic and modern, the interior styles of mega yachts varies greatly.
If you are hosting dinner parties with a large number of guests, consider a yacht with expansive and well thought-out entrainment areas, each boat’s amenities are very different, you may require a top deck bar or wish to enjoy a cocktail in the Jacuzzi. Many large ships are moored at anchor therefore, means of transport to and from the yacht are important to consider, the common way to reach a vessel anchored offshore is with a boat called a tender, most mega yachts have more than one tender, one for carrying people to and from the shore and one for water sports. For guests requiring swifter transportation, for example from the airport, a helicopter is a fast option and a great way to start your charter in style, not all superyachts have helipads, consider this accordingly in your planning. If you are a diving and water sports enthusiasts envisage vessels with an abundance of toys and diving equipment . Lastly, if you like to exercise and wish to burn off the calories, from lavish meals cooked by the yacht’s chef, many boats have dedicated onboard gym facilities.
Fine cuisine is one of the plus points of superyachts, on board, dining can compare to that of leading restaurants around the world. Through prior assessment of the specialities of the chef, will ensure they match your palate. You may also inquire before charter about your food preferences and expectations.
An exceptional crew can really bring the whole charter holiday together with a personal touch, whilst ensuring the privacy and pleasure of you and your party, through it is up to guests, how much interaction they wish to have with staff on board. Many ships that accommodate 12 people, also carry 12 crew, this offers visitors the ultimate in relaxation and individual attendance. Before charter the crew will ask about your vacation anticipations, you will need to think about what you like to do, onboard and ashore. The crew will propose a range of itineraries packed with breathtaking and memorable experiences.
What to expect from your charter
A relaxing luxury vacation, which can be enjoyed in total privacy and one that will exceed all expectations. Fine dining experiences which are second to none and the incredible versatility, that cruising on a superyacht offers.
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