YACHT CHARTERS WITH CHARTER NAVIGATOR
We invite you to take advantage of the tried and tested charter yacht reservation system, Charter Navigator, which exists on the market for over 10 years. You will find here numerous locations, since we cooperate with over 600 shipowners worldwide. The most popular are yacht charters in Croatia, due to its beautiful landscape, relatively simple access, excellent conditions, as well as the base for sailing. Towns, such as Zadan, Dubrovnik or Trogir are known to almost every sailor. Croatia is also the best destination for sailors who begin sailing at the sea, since a very large number of small islands allows you to feel like in the lakeland, where we do not lose sight of land while sailing. Of course, very rich infrastructure improves the quality of sailing, but unfortunately due to this the costs of mooring a yacht in Croatian marinas are relatively high. For sailors who enjoy greater challenges, we offer yacht charters in Greece, where the wave is usually bigger, marinas are modest than in Croatia, but prices are much lower.
Great directions of cruises in Europe are also bordering on Croatia - Slovenia, Montenegro, as well as Italy and increasingly popular Turkey. Among colder countries, we recommend Norway, full of fjords and for those looking for challenges on tidal waters - England, Ireland or Scotland, and from the Baltic states Poland, with beautiful sandy beaches.
For those looking for warm, but also more exotic seas we can offer yacht charters in Cuba, the Caribbean and the Seychelles, as well as in Thailand and New Caledonia.
In order to check all the directions of sailing, please go to the list of available locations or just use the charter search engine. Our prices are identical, and often lower than official prices offered by shipowners. If you have a custom inquiry or want to receive an individual offer, please use our inquiry form.
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England is a perfect place for all canal barge enthusiasts. To all lovers of historical adventures a cruise on the river Thames will be an enrapturing experience. Abundant majestic historic buildings, medieval cathedrals, and atmospheric towns blending in with beauty of wildlife create here an unusually picturesque landscape.
France, which is sometimes called “the Hexagon”, has naturally delineated borders. In the south it is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, in the north – by the English Channel (La Manche in French), while in the east and west it is bordered by the Bay of Biscay and the river Rhine, respectively. This country evokes a lot of different associations… It welcomes visitors with excellent types of cheese and wine, giving them a chance to taste original dishes, admire richness of French art and culture, and visit countless historical relics, in particular medieval castles. Yet, none of...
The Netherlands is a country commonly associated with wooden windmills, tulips and lots of fun. It is also a paradise for all canal barge enthusiasts since almost 20% of its whole territory is cut by sailing routes. It is good to know that sailing on barges is a very attractive pastime which does not require any licenses! However, the Netherlands has also access to the sea with a range of sailing routes and wonderful views of the wildlife spreading ahead. Perhaps they are not as exotic as those in warm countries, but it does not have to mean that they are less interesting to watch… The...
With a wide range of idyllic natural ports, marinas with hi-tech equipment, and a well-organised sailing base, Germany is a perfect destination for all lovers of water sports. The basin of the Baltic Sea abounds in islets, Dutch straits, ports, beaches, as well as old towns and fishing settlements.
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Portugal constitutes the edge of Europe. Every year it is visited by several million tourists who come here attracted by the mild Mediterranean climate, salty Atlantic air, clean beaches, and rich historical heritage. What also makes them visit the country is the chance to relish the seafood, and savour Port wine in small cellars of some local wine taverns to the accompaniment of melancholic tunes of fado music. Portugal is a place where the Western culture intertwines with the elements from the Arabian world.