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Summer New England Charter

There are few things better than getting out of town for the weekend. There are...

There are few things better than getting out of town for the weekend. There are even fewer better things than getting out of town without having to leave the country. If you’re looking for the perfect way to stay close to home while escaping your day-to-day, consider a summer New England yacht charter. From Acadia National Park in Maine to Cape Cod, Massachusetts there are so many amazing places to explore.

Fresh Lobster served in a Summer New England Charter
Maine is famous for fresh lobster. Enjoy one or more on your Summer New England Charter.

What Boat Should I Charter?

As for the boat you charter, take your pick from classic sailboats, catamarans, or motor yachts. Sailboats, catamarans, and motor yachts will each give you a different type of experience while out on the water. With so many options to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect boat for your summer vacation. Take a look at the yachts below to get an idea of what’s available.


Elegant and classic AUGUST MAVERICK is a family-friendly, 92-foot sailboat. With an elegant main salon area, a beautiful 360-degree view pilothouse, and a shaded aft area, you will have lots of options for relaxing. This boat accommodates 12 guests in 3 cabins. The crew allows flexible arrangements, depending on families and the number of guests.

Book the AUGUST MAVERICK SAILBOAT for a Summer New England Charter
The beautiful LE REVE is a great boat for a Summer New England Charter


Beautiful LE REVE accommodates 6 guests in 3 spacious staterooms. Enjoy gourmet meals in the luxurious cockpit seating area and then lounge with a cocktail on the massive sun deck. LE REVE has an impressive array of water toys including water skis, paddleboards, snorkeling gear, kiteboarding gear, SCUBA with a compressor, and more.


NAMASTE, a 78-foot catamaran, sleeps 6 guests in 3 cabins. It has an open-air Jacuzzi and a jet tender. In addition, the yacht offers three Seabob ocean scooters, snorkeling, and scuba equipment including an onboard nitrox-capable compressor, two Segways, e-bikes, and state-of-the-art pedal kayaks.

The NAMASTE catamaran for a Summer New England Charter
The IMPETUOUS yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests.


127-foot motor yacht IMPETUOUS accommodates 10 guests in 5 staterooms. The yacht is wheelchair accessible on all decks including the swim platform and has elevator access between the main-bridge-sun deck levels. In addition to a 200-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar, IMPETUOUS has a sun deck with a Jacuzzi, full bar, and plenty of seating and lounging areas

What Can I Do on a Summer New England Charter?

On a summer New England yacht charter, you will have the opportunity to do as much (or as little) as you like. Some ideas include:

  • water activities like paddle boarding, jet skiing, and more.
  • witness whales in their natural habitat, throwing spouts into the air and breaching out of the water.
  • visit historic places like Cliff Walk in Newport Rhode Island, Portland Head Lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, or Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts to name just a few.
  • try traditional New England favorite foods such as lobster, clam chowder, Boston cream pie, fresh blueberry muffins, maple candy, or Yankee pot roast.

New England Charter Locations

Newport, Rhode Island the hub of New England boating is also where most New England Charters depart from. Charters are generally for seven or more days of visiting Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Block Island, and Cape Cod. In addition, you could enjoy a shorter charter if there’s availability or in the late summer. Following Newport, there’s Long Island, New York, and Portland, Maine in the north.

So start planning your summer New England charter now. Enjoy all the comforts of home, only without any of those pesky responsibilities. Soak up the summer sun, relax, and enjoy cocktails and gourmet meals as you sail through one of America’s richest regions.

Call Luxury Yacht Charters for more information or to book your summer New England charter.

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