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Not sure you want to traipse the kids and the in-laws all the way to the Med this summer for your annual Superyacht Experience?
Maybe an action-packed adventure closer to home is what you need — onboard the Proteksan Turquoise yacht ICE 5, in beautiful New England. There is so much to see and do in this lovely area, not to mention all of the amazing amenities and activities onboard your private yacht!
The 140ft yacht, built in 2002, completed a major refit several months ago, and she looks as good as the day she was launched.
Easily rivaling the volume of larger vessels, yacht ICE 5 boasts a spacious interior and has sprawling decks and outdoor spaces. Her roomy layout offers something for every charter guest, making her an ideal choice for large groups, families, even corporate events.
Accommodations are offered for up to 12 guests in six staterooms, including a master suite and two VIP staterooms.
A large assortment of watertoys will keep you and the family busy for hours every day.
The New England yacht charter summer rate for motoryacht Ice 5 is $130,000 per week + running expenses.
– 2018 Aoxpar T-Top 37′ towed tender
– (2) 3-seat 2017 Yamaha VRX Waverunners
– 2017 Yamaha Superjet Stand-Up Waverunner (SUW)
– Snorkel Gear (12 sets)
– Water ski
– Inflatable water toys
– Motorized Surf Board
– Two Stand Up Paddleboards (SUP’s)
– Two Inflatable Paddleboards (SUPs)
– Fishing Equipment
– SCUBA Diving Equipment (certified divers only)
Come explore historic New England and The Superyacht Experience™, as only 1-800 Yacht Charters can provide, this summer. Let 1-800 Yacht Charters secure prime dates for you, today. Email info@1800yachtcharters, or call 1.800.922.4824 to check availability. We stand by, at your service.
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I like September. It is my birth month. College and pro football kick off (Go Miami Hurricanes!). New episode of my favorite TV shows hit the airwaves. It’s also my favorite time to go boating. Specifically, New England yacht charter vacations.
Late summer means slightly cooler temperatures and fewer crowds. In specific, at the beach, anchorages and marinas.
Nowhere is this more evident than New England (USA). From Boston, to Martha’s Vineyard, to the Hamptons on Long Island, NY. It is my favorite time to enjoy The Superyacht Experience™.
Here’s a quick peek at two of my favorite late summer New England yacht charter destinations. Specifically, Kennebunkport ME and Newport, RI.
Why? It has the best beaches in the state. I am convinced God created the gorgeous rocky shoreline for one purpose. In specific, for the express purpose of taking stunning photographs.
What To Do? Anchor off Goose Rocks Beach. Tender ashore. Walk the paved path along the cliffs of Marginal Way.
Where To Eat? Onboard the yacht, of course! Your chef prepares using some of the freshest seafood and late summer fruits available in New England. If you like lobster, Maine is your Mecca. Join the locals and indulge at the oh-so-casual Clam Shack (2 Western Ave). In addition, go to the Chowder House (79 Pier Road).
Where To Dock? Try Chicks Marina on the Kennebunk River. Expect top-notch service from the dockmaster to the dockhands.
Why? Newport is the famous resort town for New England’s rich and famous. Before The Hamptons, Newport was the summer escape. In specific, for the Vanderbilts, Rockefellers, and the captains of America’s industrial revolution. The town has much to see. For instance, mansions, superyachts, and summertime music and art festivals.
What to do? If you love yachts, visit the Newport Boat Show in September. Prefer shopping? Check out the boutiques on Thames Street. Take a tour at one of the famous mansions. Stroll along the picturesque Cliff Walk.
Where To eat? You can’t eat seafood every meal. Okay. Well, maybe you can. Regardless, pleasant surprises await at the number of Mexican-themed restaurants. For example, Diego’s (Bowen’s Wharf) or Perro Salado.
Where To dock? The premier facility in town is Bowen’s Wharf. In addition, the renovated Newport Yachting Center.
In conclusion, New England is a great boating destination for any summer dates. If you want to escape the heat and the crowds, this is it. Plan your next yacht vacation in September in New England. It is amazing!
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