Sunday, May 28

The Moorings Offers a Sale on Bareboat Charters

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The Moorings just announced a summer special offer with up to 20 percent off on bareboat power and sail charters.

To qualify, you have to book the charter by May 1, and take the charter by June 30. And the offer is good for The Moorings destinations around the world except for Brazil, Tonga, and St. Pete and Key West in the U.S. The Moorings has charter operations in the Caribbean, the Americans, the Med, the Indian Ocean, the Far East, and the South Pacific.

The Moorings power cats are all built by Robertson & Caine in South Africa, and they have modern amenities and come fully equipped for a charter vacation. You can charter The Moorings 534 PC, the flagship of the Moorings’ power charter fleet (pictured), in the BVI, among other places. It carries up to nine guests in four large cabins, and it has five heads and five showers.

Each cabin has AC for personal climate control, queen-sized beds that are set low so you can get in and out easily, and lots of walking-around space. The cat’s beam is 25’1”, almost half its length, so there’s lots of space for relaxing and entertaining.

The galley and salon blend into one open space, with a folding dining table, a flat-screen TV on a lift, a four-burner gas stove, two-door fridge, dishwasher, microwave and lots of light from wraparound windows.

Up top, there’s a wet bar and electric grill on the flybridge, with sun lounges there and on the foredeck. The 534 PC also comes with blue underwater lights, so the boat will stand out at any anchorage. Power comes from twin 350-hp Yanmar diesels.

At the other end of the charter fleet, the new 403 PC (pictured above) has three cabins for six guests, two heads, three showers, and what The Moorings claims is the largest flybridge in its size range. It too has wraparound windows in its spacious salon, which benefits from the cat’s 21’ 8” beam, and a door in the front of the salon opens directly to the foredeck.

The 403 has air conditioning and is powered by twin 320-hp Yanmars. It’s scheduled to join the fleet in the fall. Read more at and see the video below:


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