Americas offers endless possibilities from the inspiring shores of the Pacific Northwest and the quaint New England shoreline to the unique landscapes of Mexico and the wild shores and dramatic scenery of the Patagonia.

North America

North America encompasses an incredibly diverse coastline and breathtaking scenery.

Travel to the West Coast, Alaska with lofty glaciers, misty fjords and its fauna, through British Columbia, Canada's westernmost province and home to the Great Bear Rainforest, to fascinating reefs along the Pacific coastline of Mexico.

From the charming coastline of New England to the balmy Sunshine State of Florida, the East Cost is full of surprises.



The Alaskan coastline is a region of pristine water, snow capped mountains, deep fjords, and forested islands. With its wet, mild, maritime climate, this area is prime habitat for bald eagles, sea lions, porpoise, and whales.

Cruise out of Peril Strait to Chathan Strait where there is excellent salmon and halibut fishing and later cruise to Sitkoh Bay keeping an eye out for the little Sitka deer and the magnificent Alaska Brown Bear. Its possible you may also get to see several eagles.

Cruise down the west coast of Baranof Island, perhaps the most beautiful coastline in the world, in and out of small bays to see towering waterfalls. Spend the night either anchored off the float at Warm Springs Bay in front of the thundering Baranof Falls. 

In Frederick Sound keep an eye out for Humpback whales which are frequent in these waters.

Spend the day cruising Tracy Arm, arrive at the tidewater Sawyer Glacier, watch in awe as icy water tumbles down from granite rock faces towering up 3,000ft above sea level. 

In Hoonah meet the Huna, a Tlingit tribe who have lived in the Icy Strait area for thousands of years.

Alaska is a true wilderness and you are sure to return with unforgettable memories and a desire to keep exploring this vast and rich landscape.

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Discover iconic cities, explore breathtaking national parks, and relax on beautiful beaches.

California's natural reserves and parks inhabit a beautiful range of species on land to discover but half of it is to be seen on the ocean: sea otters, sea lions, dolphins, whales and elephant seals.

Stop by the city of Santa Cruz and Santa Barbara for their relaxed atmosphere and spend the afternoon in the vineyards and taste a variety of unique wines from the Napa’s Valley.

For a more cosmopolitan charter, stop by San Francisco to see the Golden Gate Bridge, Los Angeles and the famous Newport Beach or down to San Diego.

Visit the Catalina Island Casino and discover the history behind the scenes since 1929. 

Play 18-holes of golf at the Catalina Island Golf Course.

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British Columbia

Reconnect with the wonders of nature and explore an abundance of wilderness and wildlife from land, sea and sky of British Columbia, discover the unspoilt landscape of the Great Bear Rainforest. 

Traverse the sea alongside killer whales, the mighty humpback, sea lions and magnificent bald eagles, and then venture inland to encounter bears that call this region their home. Pacific Yellowfin provides the perfect base from which to discover British Columbia. 

Visit Victoria, the major town located on Vancouver Island also known as the “Garden City” due to the soft climate.

Travel to the Desolation Sound, a fjord that inhabits waterfalls where you can kayak and paddle boarding. The coast of British Columbia is home to many whales, otters, orcas, and brown bears.

Watch out for whale spouts as you cruise up the Georgia Straits, at Pender Harbour in the centre of myriad coves, islets and hidden inlets as well as several lakes to explore. Art afficionados should not miss seeing the contemporary paintings of local artist Motoko, inspired by the grandeur and beauty of this area. Golfers can play a quick 9 holes at Pender Harbour Golf Club, a beautiful forest course.


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New England

Discover a colorfull region, unsurpassed beauty, history and culture. New England is a fabulous destination during both the winter and summer seasons.

The sinuous coastline of Maine is dotted with rocky islands and iconic striped lighthouses and backed by imposing mountain landscapes. Explore Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod, New Hampshire. Famous for its beaches, playground for jet setters, you will be stunned by the landscapes of pristine beauty.

Explore the fantastic nature, go whale watching along the majestic coastline, or just relax and enjoy the culinary specialties such as steamed lobster and clam chowder.

From Newport, a historical host of the America’s Cup, you can sail down to Martha’s Vineyard, a Massachusetts island found just south of Cape Cod, where luxury and natural beauty await. Nantucket is another famous summer destination in the area, where cobbled streets overflow with high-end restaurants and boutiques in a 19th century setting dosed with modern luxury.

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Often mistaken as part of the Caribbean, Bermuda, in fact, rests hundreds of miles north of The Bahamas in a beautiful stretch of the Atlantic. 

Bermuda’s colonial past contrasts with a sophisticated lifestyle. This millionaire playground hosts art galleries, designer boutiques and offers an animated nightlife. There is an abundance of world class opportunities and a pleasant atmosphere like nowhere else. Fine restaurants, enchanting golf courses, charming beaches.

Made up of over 181 islands and islets, most of which are uninhabited, Bermuda boasts more than 75 miles of stunning coastline bathed in crystal clear waters. Coral pink-sand beaches, limestone-etched coves and nature trails make up the southern shores as well as the lively hub of Horseshoe Bay Beach. The sublime natural attraction of Bermuda’s Crystal Caves, where otherworldly formations exist under the surface of a crystal-clear subterranean lake.

The island’s culture is a rich fusion of British and African heritage, the latter of which is embodied in its calypso rhythms, local cuisine and vibrant festivals.

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The undeniable pleasure boating capital of the world, Florida has plenty of options for your yachting charter.

You can’t go wrong with a trip to the Florida Keys, which score top marks for boaters with unrivaled fishing, diving and snorkeling across its chain of islands, each with its own vivid, unique personality.

Biscayne National Park, a watery utopia made of brightly-hued tropical fish, vibrant coral reefs and emerald islands, marks the northern edge of Keys, which reach 125 miles southwest to Key West, an utterly unique, spirited city famed for its laid-back mood. In between, you’ll find gems like Key Largo, famed for its extraordinary diving, and Islamorada, heralded as the Sport Fishing Capital of the World.

Miami is famous for its Latin influences, Art Deco architecture and illuminated nightlife, it is home to a wide variety of restaurants and bars amongst its hipster scene as well several fantastic museums and art galleries.

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On the Pacific coast of Mexico, the Sea of Cortez is one of the most stunning cruising grounds in the Americas. The combination of volcanic islands, desert landscapes and limestone cliffs set against brilliant blue waters in the Gulf of California make for a voyage of discovery. One of the most bio-diverse seas on the planet, the waters that fill the Gulf are one of the best places in the world to see marine mammals – particularly dolphins, sea turtles, manta rays, hammerhead sharks and, of course, whales – humpbacks, California greys, killer whales and the blue whale all pass through and put on a fine display for anyone on the water.

This is where the great Olmec, Mayan and Aztec empires flourished; reminders of their astonishing archaeological legacies lie at every anchorage. 

The Yucatan Peninsula is a mystical part of Latin America, home to some of the most impressive archaeological sites in the world. This region separating the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean Sea, offers further exhilarating yachting adventures in the seductive Mexican climate, boasts thriving coral beds and an exotic marine life which makes for scintillating diving and snorkelling experiences. While Mexico’s stunning coastline offers a scenic retreat to spend quiet days, there are plenty of opportunities to venture ashore and be in the heart of energetic cities.

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Central America

Welcome to Central America: Rainforests and lush wetlands, cave paintings and cities, markets and mayan temples. 

Central America consists of seven countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.

From the wildlife and lush natural forests of Costa Rica to the mangroves and high altitude wetlands of Panama. The statuesque stillness of Mexico’s Mayan temples or the rainforest that covers half of Belize. Serene cave paintings in Nicaragua’s Cueva La Conga, and the hectic, eclectic market in Guatemala’s Chichicastenango.


Belize is a blissfully peaceful, swathed in dense jungles and bordered by ivory-sand beaches.

Discover the iconic Great Blue Hole, Mayan ruins and kaleidoscopic reefs, surrounded by immense natural beauty.

Among the most incredible are the stone pyramid of Caracoal, which holds the crown for the largest man-made structure in Belize.

The UNESCO World Heritage listed Belize Barrier Reef boasts a series of scintillating coral reefs comprising seven protected areas. This is the largest reef system in the Atlantic-Caribbean, and the second largest in the world.

Belize is a feast for the eyes both above and below the water surface. The landscape is characterised by an enchanting dense jungle, home to a wide range of exotic animals including jaguars, pumas, ocelots, armadillos and crocodiles.

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Costa Rica

Discover a unique wildlife, rumbling volcanoes, tropical sandy beaches with clear waters and coral reefs, miles of coconut groves, spectacular rainforest and waterfalls. 

Humpback whales, hammerhead sharks, turtles and dolphins can been frolicking in the translucent waters along the coast and iridescent coral abounds underwater to create no-end of spectacular reef diving and snorkelling opportunities.

Explore the extraordinary Corcovado National Park, one of the largest lowland tropical rainforests in Central America. Spanning 163 square miles, half of the Osa Peninsula, Corcovado was designated “the most biologically intense place on Earth” by National Geographic. Encounter puma, ocelot, jaguarundi, margay and endangered jaguars, scarlet macaws, as well as howler, white-faced capuchin, squirrel and spider monkeys. 

Costa Rica is one of the top yacht charter destinations in the Pacific.

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South America

South America's diversity is breathtaking: Andean peaks, Amazonian rainforest, Patagonian glaciers, Incan ruins, colonial towns, white-sand beaches and festival atmosphere of city life in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. 



With environments varying from the dynamic streets of Rio to the expansive wetlands of the Pantanal and the dense Amazon Delta, Brazil’s incredible range of experiences awaits you.

Visit renowned beaches of Rio, where you will find the famed Copacabana and Ipanema beaches lying under the majesty of Sugarloaf Mountain, topped by the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue, cultural heritage will keep you exploring. 

Not far from Rio de Janeiro, the Brazilian coast is full of little islands also known as the Angra dos Reis (Bay of the Kings). Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its preserved shores and biodiversity, the Bay of the Kings is made up of some 365 islands with warm and crystalline waters which makes it a great destination for diving enthusiasts as well as nature’s lovers, without forgetting beautiful beaches.

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