For all Below Deck fans wishing to experience the luxury lifestyle of a charter guest but who cannot afford the price tag, look no further: The Yacht Week will have you and your friends sunbathing on crystal-clear water for half the price.
Launching in 2006, a group of college friends decided to bring their love of travel, sunny skies, blue water and partying together for an ultimate week at sea. Since then, The Yacht Week has planned weekly floating festivals to more than 70,000 guests from all over the world. Each itinerary brings travelers to places like the Sardinia Emerald Coast, Tahiti, Croatia, Greece and Montenegro, for an unforgettable experience with like-minded people.
Guests can curate their own excursions. Options to choose from include visiting deserted islands, taking in sunsets from beach bars, get active with morning yoga, snorkeling and hikes to the nearest mountaintop or ancient temples. International DJs spin day and night to keep the party going on land, by boat and while guests enjoy their iconic “circle raft” parties. Tasty, gourmet meals are prepared with the pizazz of the islands for guests to explore a new flavor pallet.
For 2022, groups can book their trip to sea with a safe, flexible ticket to catch up on the year without travel. The Yacht Week expects to sell out spots quickly so those interested are encouraged to jump in (virtual) line and snag their once-in-a-lifetime boating experience.
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