To paraphrase the poet Robert Frost, taking the road less traveled can make all the difference. While most charter yachts are heading to Florida and other southern climes ahead of the winter season, the 87-foot Moksha (above) is one of two yachts offered by Fleet Miami taking guests on half to multi-day history cruises through
Most people consider the Med solely for summertime cruising. However, it’s well worth visiting during the so-called shoulder season, between peak and low periods. Flocks of tourists are far fewer, and the weather is no less ideal. Here, Capt. Carl Sputh of the popular charter yacht Starfire shares his favorite Italian ports to pull into
Capt. Carl Sputh has been gliding in and out of the turquoise shimmering waters of the South of France for close to a decade as the captain of the motoryacht Starfire (below). With the region a perennial favorite among megayacht owners and charter guests alike, and with high-profile events like the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival
Located at the end of Long Island’s South Fork, Montauk, New York, has transformed itself from a small fishing town into one of the most desirable, scenic, and lively destinations in the Northeast. Just 19.8 square miles, Montauk has numerous attractions that are easily accessed by boat, and marinas equipped to cater to visiting superyachts.
Tucked into the northwestern corner of the continental United States, Seattle, Washington is a city surrounded by spectacular natural scenery and great bodies of water. Protected from ocean swells, and with a kinder climate than often expected, it is the perfect place to explore the American northwest aboard a superyacht. Lake Union connects the deep-water
The Galapagos Islands were first discovered by the Spaniards as they were sailing to Peru in 1535. The archipelago offers 100 percent nature and adventure, with basically nobody else around. In this Destination Guide article, Christelle and Rodolphe Holler, co-owners of Superyacht Private Expeditions, share their experiences and recommendations for where to go in the