Yachting in August and September are still great months weather-wise. Locally in New England, and in the Med, we have excellent options for all budgets. Where do you envision yourself on a yacht in New England or across the pond? many of our yachts encourage 3-4 night getaways, less than a week charter. The cost […]
When your life is physically confined to restrictions everywhere you turn, you may think that boating is not possible. Visionary, Deb Mellen, is making boating accessible with barrier-free yacht design. What a wonderful surprise meeting her upon their arrival in Marblehead Harbor last evening!
Even as we all work to solve today’s personal and world challenges, the Spring season brings renewed warmth to our Northern latitudes and a view to bright ways ahead. Here in our homeport in New England, the recent uptick in yacht charters and yacht sales have provided flashes of light to brighten the summer. Alongside our regular repeat clients, we have welcomed many new clients, people who had previously never thought of chartering a yacht and have now experienced the holiday of a lifetime. Here are a few examples:
CHILD’S PLAY is heading up to Maine this summer. She is a 113′ Burger with five cabins, ideal for ten guests. Captain Paul Simon (with 5 crew) has extensive experience. He grew up in Michigan, boating on the Great Lakes at a young age. He started a boat washing service in high school and moved up to crew on yachts during college in Miami. Once Paul finished college, he moved to yachts full-time and has been on the water ever since. He diligently worked his way from deckhand to Captain. His welcoming demeanor, enthusiasm for travel, and keen sense of leadership lend themselves perfectly to the role of Captain. When not working, Paul can still be found in the water fishing for whatever will bite.