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What to Know Before You Rent a Yacht on Your Next Vacation

by Holly Riddle

Apr 25, 2023

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Dreaming of chartering a yacht for your next getaway? If you’re on the verge of booking a yachting trip for this summer, but you still have just a few last reservations, Dream Yacht Worldwide is here to let you in on some of the things you need to know before you take the plunge.

 

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  1. You don’t need to know how to sail in order to rent a yacht.

While sailing skills are necessary for solo excursions, if you book a skippered charter, you can enjoy all the fun of a yachting trip without any actual sailing on your end.

 

  1. Yachts aren’t as cramped as you might think.

If you book a spacious catamaran, you’ll have all the space you need to stretch out and relax with as many as 12–14 fellow travelers! Additionally, most catamarans — if you book with Dream Yacht Worldwide — come outfitted with cabins boasting their own private bathrooms.

 

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  1. Yachting isn’t only an option in far-flung, international destinations.

While you might, at first, think “yachting” and imagine yourself floating around the Caribbean, Mediterranean or Aegean, there’s no need to hop a plane before you hop on your yacht. Dream Yacht Worldwide offers sailing excursions in Rhode Island and Annapolis, so you can stay stateside.

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