New England / East Coast Yacht Charters

New England / East Coast Yacht Charters

Bar Harbor | Booth Bay | The Hamptons | Sag Harbor | Montauck
Newport | Nantucket | The Vineyard

From the Tip of Long Island, Cape Code, The Islands, Newport and Maine – The Summers and the New England shoreline are synonymous

New England / East Coast Yacht Charters

New England Yacht Charter Vacations

New England is steeped in history, especially its rich nautical heritage. Visit the Nantucket Whaling Museum or the hallowed halls of the New York Yacht Club in Newport, which kept America’s Cup safe for many years.

Yankee traditions are strong here, from beachside lobster bakes with potatoes and corn to the gray-shingled houses that line Nantucket’s shores – a place that honors its whaling history. Onshore, cobblestoned streets, shuttered clapboard houses, precious antiques, and piping hot chowder await.

The definition of the American seaside summer wrapped up in one gorgeous itinerary. Picture beautiful beaches, fresh seafood, family fun and sailboats exploring or racing along its rocky coastline – all touched, of course, by gleaming sunshine.

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Newport – America’s Yachting Gateway

Newport, Rhode Island, with its America’s Cup heritage, has long been the gateway to New England, especially for sailors. Though they lie together off the Massachusetts coast, the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket each have their own character.

Cape Cod is the part quiet countryside, part elite retreat. Hyannis is regarded as being a longtime outpost for American royalty, with the Kennedy family vacationing here for generations. Each place seems strikingly similar, yet still has a unique feel and attitude. One thing that holds true throughout is the unhurried pace of life and the picturesque beauty.

New England / East Coast Yacht Charters
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