Thursday, June 30

Dream Yacht Charter Starts New Flexible Program

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The world’s leading yacht charter company, Dream Yacht Charter, just launched a new Sail Pass program to help you plan ahead in these uncertain times. With the Sail Pass, you can charter up to three times a year, twice in high season and once in low season, for one annual price. The actual price varies depending on the size and type of charter yacht you want.

The people at Dream Yacht Charter recognize that with the world-wide Covid-19 pandemic in the past year, many people have postponed their vacations and some may be reluctant even now to commit themselves to a particular charter date. The idea behind their new Sail Pass is to make things as easy and flexible as possible.

In addition to the regular Sail Pass, they have created a Sail Pass Maxi’s Exclusive Pass and the XL Pass. These let you charter six times a year on any yacht for one annual price, three times in the high season and three times in the low season.

“Our Sail Pass means travelers do not need to rush their plans to get a great deal,” says Loïc Bonnet, founder and president of Dream Yacht Charter. “It’s valid for 12 months. Customers can decide when they wish the pass to start, but it must be within three months of the purchase date. This gives customers some breathing room as the world gets to grips with vaccination roll out.”

Dream Yacht Charter operates around the world, with sail and power charters, bareboat and crewed, in Key West, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Mexico, the Med, Asia, and the Pacific.

A typical power charter yacht would be the Aquila 44 catamaran in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (pictured above). With four cabins, four heads and air conditioning, it has a fridge and electric grill on the flybridge, a dinghy with an outboard, a 9kW genset and an inverter. It’s powered by twin 300-hp diesels, and cruises at 13 knots, topping out at 25 knots. As an example, the Aquila charters for $9,378 for a week starting Friday, May 21. Read more at and see the video below:







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