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Does being on a yacht in Singapore seem boring to you? Well, It’s time to think again!

Don’t know what to do on yachts? Here are some ideas you can look forward to!

Do you think that being on a yacht is boring because all you do is set out to            sea?

I think it is time you rethink that! Yacht charters in Singapore are not only for admiring the beautiful sunset and embracing nature,  it is also to explore          new activities and adventures that you can only experience away from the            bustling city.

Yacht charters enable people to bond and connect differently. Activities that you would normally have on shore like Karaoke sessions or Trampolines will be a totally different experience out at sea; It will definitely be an enthralling adventure like none before.

Still thinking of what you can do when you have charted out? Here are some things you can consider! Let’s start off with everyone’s common favourite, karaoke! Yes, most yachts have a karaoke system in a room that can fit a big group to fully enjoy the experience of singing your lungs out at sea. The yacht may not be sound proof, but you sure won’t have to worry about disturbing others! The sky is the limit!

Other karaoke sessions, some yachts also have tables for a classic go at Mahjong. Playing a classic game in a different environment might just change your game.

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Other than activities on board, you can take a dive or even venture out on kayaks and jet skis. Never been kayaking or Jet Ski-ing before?

Well, here is your chance! Learn to kayak or jet ski along Lazarus and St. John’s Island! These water sports will engage everyone at their own pace; chasing adrenaline and a new adventure.

Of course, not everyone would enjoy such fast paced activities, hence, fishing is also an option for you! Here is an opportunity to go further into sea with comfort and luxury; painting a whole new experience of fishing.

grilled barbecues on black and gray grill

After all the fun, I’m sure you would feel tired but fulfilled and most definitely famished. Well,  get ready to dine with a spectacular view! Imagine going back on board and you smell the aroma of the sizzling Rosemary lamb and Chicken kebab, the freshly grilled fish; it is sure to make your mouth water.

Having a crew on board to help with the BBQ would simply mean that food is made for you, all you have to do is just make sure you have a huge appetite for the exquisite delicacies as you watch the sunset, surrounded by the ones you love. Not only would your stomach be full but your heart too.

 

 

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Thinking of having a private yacht charter while on a budget? Here’s a guide on how you can do it.

Always think that you can’t have you luxury private yacht charter while on a budget? It’s time to think again.

Yacht charters are often seen as the epitome of luxury travel, as it offers a fun and exciting experience that we can cherish for a lifetime. Many people consider yacht charter an indulgence of the rich but in reality, it is very affordable. The Epicurean State (TES), a Singapore based luxury yacht charter company, hopes to change this mind-set by providing bespoke yacht charter experiences tailored to our clients’ requirements, all at an affordable cost, so that our clients will be able to experience their own private yacht charter while on a budget.

Whether it is for a special occasion or celebration for a significant milestone, people are constantly looking for novel ideas to mark these events. TES have a fleet of luxury yachts that can curate different unique experiences. Guests who love fishing are taken on the Motor Cruiser or Ponga Centre Console for an exhilarating ride to reel in their fresh catch. Bespoke tailored itineraries can be specially crafted for celebratory occasion like weddings on the bigger-sized catamarans. For those who enjoy the sun and the sea, TES also offers a variety of yacht rentals with trips to the city’s Southern Islands, mainly Lazarus and St John Island, where they can enjoy water sports and a hearty barbecue.

Three of TES most popular yachts are the 53ft Catamaran, 40ft L400 S2 Catamaran and 62ft Catamaran.

The luxurious 53ft Catamaran with a seating capacity of 35 guests features a spacious forward sunbathing and entertainment area, expansive deck offering a 360 degrees panoramic view, a roomy lounge with built-in entertainment system and double cabins with ensuite facilities. A 4-hour charter in the 53ft catamaran is priced at $3,850 for 35 pax, with weekend prices at $4,150 for the same number of people. This yacht definitely appeals to those looking for their private yacht charter while on a budget.

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The 40ft L400 S2 Catamaran is a beautiful spacious vessel with ample room to relax, large interiors and a wide sundeck. Comfortably accommodating up to 18 guests, this yacht has amenities such as the fully equipped galley, safety equipment, snorkelling masks and inflatable floats – just about all the things that you will need for a relaxing getaway with family and friends. The L400 S2 has a 4-hour charter at $1,200 on weekdays for up to 12 pax and weekends at $1,400 with additional hourly charges wherever applicable.

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One of the largest of our fleet, the 62ft Catamaran seats up to 37 guests and is well-equipped with internal saloons, spacious alfresco dining and galley areas, BBQ and kitchenette facilities, double cabins and relaxing sunpads on the fly bridge. Guests can indulge themselves in a wide variety of activities, such as water sports, karaoke and sunbathing. A 5-hour charter begins with $2,750 on weekdays for 23 pax and $3,250 on weekends, overnight charters can go up to $8,000 excluding GST. Furthermore, the 62ft Catamaran has an affordable 5 days’ overseas charter package to Tioman at $18,000 for up to 12 pax. For those not looking to sail out to sea, don’t worry as this yacht also offers dockside charter at $400 per hour for a minimum 5-hour charter on weekdays.

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TES seeks to showcase a different side to the city, an indulgence that comes with a very affordable price tag for the ordinary traveller. Contact TES to plan for an experience of a lifetime.

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Where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore?

Among the many marinas and ports that is in Singapore, have you ever wandered where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore?

Raffles Marina

Raffles Marina - Where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore?

 

Up on our list of where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore, we will begin to explore the first on our list, Raffles Marina. Raffles Marina is a first class, full service boating haven with the trappings of a prestigious country club and all pleasures of a quality resort. Situated on the western side of Singapore, adjacent to the Second Link Bridge connecting Singapore and Malaysia, Raffles Marina is a prime launching spot for those heading to the beautiful islands of Langkawi and Phuket. The marina provides a comprehensive range of berthing options for superyachts up to 100 meters in length and the Singapore’s only full service boat repair yard with 70 ton travel-lift. Protected by a solid breakwater, the minimum depth alongside is 10 meters, which allows access for yachts at all times. Raffles Marina offers a high level of customer service alongside their country club facilities; including restaurants, pubs, bowling, gymnasium, etc. Providing an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, you can immerse yourself in the nautical surroundings of Raffles Marina with stunning sea view sunsets, alfresco dining in front of marina, soaking in the outdoor hot water spa Jacuzzi or heading out for a day at sea on a charter boat.

 

Marina @ Keppel Bay

Keppel Bay Marina - Where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore?

Next up on our list of where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore, we have Keppel Bay. Keppel Bay Marina is the exclusive home of choice for international luxury yachts and a water playground for the privileged and prominent. Located on the privately owned Keppel Island, Marina at Keppel Bay is the crown jewel in Singapore’s southern shores. It is the only harbor in Singapore that has both sea and hill views among the urban landscape. The marina has the capacity of 168 berths with facilities for super yachts up to 280 feet. Being the the only marina in Southeast Asia managed by a fully-trained, qualified marina management team and the first marina in Asia to be awarded “5 Gold Anchors”, Keppel Bay Marina has a highly regarded sailing academy for both novices and experienced seafarers.

Marina at Keppel Bay offers a comprehensive range of services to ensure that your experience is unique, luxurious and enjoyable. Nestled amidst a necklace of entertainment hot spots such as Resorts World at Sentosa and Vivo City, Keppel Bay Marina houses a sophisticated potpourri of signature names in the wine and dine scene – The Wine Glass, Prive, Takumi Tokyo Restaurant and The Coffee Connoisseur (TCC). With world-class berthing facilities, fine dining restaurants and beautifully landscaped grounds on a five-hectare island, the marina advances the yachting culture significantly to be one of Asia’s top marina and lifestyle destinations.

 

RYSC Marina

RSYC - Where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore?

Moving on, we have The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club. The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club (RYSC) is the oldest yacht club in Asia and the only members-owned yacht club in Singapore. Conveniently situated near the city at West Coast Park, near the junction of West Coast Highway and Clementi Road, RYSC Marina offers easy access to Southern Islands and Indonesia’s Riau Archipelago, both favorite boating destinations. Equipped with the full array of marina facilities available for members and visiting yachtsmen, the Marina presently has 127 wet berths, including 7 berths for Super Yachts, and 218 dry berths. The RSYC Marina has been designed and developed for boaters who want a user-friendly pontoon system, security, fueling facilities, shore power, an exclusive watering point, and buggy transport to and from your boat. The Marina is staffed with trained personnel and night security staff to provide after-hours assistance with berthing. The RYSC Marina offers a high level of customer service alongside their clubhouse facilities with fine bars and restaurants, gymnasium, chart room, swimming pool as well as 40 guestrooms and suites arranged in the courtyard fashion. The pool deck extends into the circulation and activity spaces of the club, allowing visitors to immerse in the warmth of the tropical climate

 

ONE°15 Marina

One Degree Fifteen Marina - Where does your yacht charter depart from in Singapore?

Nestled within the exclusive Sentosa Cove enclave, One degree and fifteen minutes north of the equator lies ONE°15 Marina is the gateway to a wondrous world of unrivaled luxury. Evoking the glamour and elegance of Monte Carlo, ONE°15 offers world-class marina facilities and is replete with a comprehensive range of luxurious private club amenities catering to both boaters and non-boaters alike. The marina has 270 wet berths including 13 mega-yacht berths and 60 dry berths with power supply, 24/7 security, servicing and yacht chandler. With state of the art entertainment facilities, accommodation, and fine dining, ONE°15 Marina offer an extensive array of activities and services designed to cater to a wide range of lifestyles and age groups. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but with all the comforts and conveniences of modern living within easy reach, ONE°15 Marina is the unprecedented lifestyle and waterfront destination.

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Choosing between a new or used yacht to buy? Here’s a guide to help you decide!

Stuck in a dilemma on choosing which type of yachts to buy? Here’s a guide to choosing between a new or used yacht to buy!

Choosing between a new or used yacht to buy.

So you’ve done a few yacht charters, fallen in love with boating, and you are ready to buy your very own boat! You got to decide what kind of boat to buy, where to buy it from, and should you buy used or new ones. There are a lot of factors that go into these decisions, and we’ve written a post about types of yachts here that might help you choose the type of yacht you are interested in. Now, we can help you decide choosing between a new or used yacht to buy.

Pros and Cons for New vs Used yachts:

Pros of New Yachts:

When you buy a new boat, you are guaranteed the latest designs, styles, features and gear. If you’re ordering a customized one straight from the factory, you can even choose the layout and all the extras: upholstery, color, lighting, etc. You don’t need to adapt to someone else’s style, and you can have it exactly just the way you want it.

WARRANTY!

This is kind of a big deal. Boats are machines, and machines tend to have problems sometimes. This warranty will help you out and save you a lot of money whenever problems do arise. Your new boat dealer should maintain this service relationship with you for at least several years.

There should be no problems with this shiny new boat. You’ll be the first person to drive this new yacht, so there’s no one else’s story or history….just yours! Maintenance should be minimal, and so should problems. All you need to do is enjoy and relax on your new boat.

When buying a new yacht, you can visit several dealerships and choose from tons of new, state-of-the-art boats. There should be many competitors for which to choose, and a lot of quality brands out there!

Cons OF NEW YACHTS:

It should go without saying that a new boat is EXPENSIVE. There may be exceptions to this rule (and you would have to ask yourself very carefully, “why is that new boat so cheap?”), but in general, you will be handing over a lot of money for this new boat.

After handing out a substantial amount of money for this boat, you should understand how quickly it will depreciate. Most boats depreciate by at least 10% in the first year. If you ever decide to sell this boat, do not expect to get a lot of money in return.

If you’re buying from a manufacturer, not a dealer, you will have to wait a while before your customized yacht is finally yours. At the same time, you might not be able to test drive it!

Pros OF old YACHTS:

Saving money!! This is quite an important factor to most people. A used boat will definitely be cheaper than a new one. Someone else has had to cover that depreciation, so you can buy a bigger boat for less money. Plus, you get lower cost per year of ownership.

The boat you’re looking at is available immediately. This is the one you’ll get (unlike a ‘model home’), and you won’t have to wait until a ‘new model’ is available.

Any problems the boat has had have usually surfaced by this point, and should have been dealt with accordingly. For reassurance, you could always get a Marine Survey and have them assess the boat and see what needs to be fixed on the yacht before you buy it.

Cons OF NEW YACHTS:

You could potentially be buying someone else’s problems. Even with a marine survey, there could be some hidden issues that only pops up when you use this boat. Sometimes its one that the previous owner tries to hide intentionally, other times its just an honest problem that happens with boats. However, you now own this boat, and you are responsible for it.

No warranty.

Used boats do not generally come with a warranty or service support, so if a problem does arise, you’re paying out of your own pocket for this. Have we mentioned that boats are expensive? Yes, boats are indeed expensive.

The gear and technology you have on board might not be the latest and the greatest. Depending on how old the boat is, the technology might be from that year, and you might have to spend some extra cash to replace them with the newest gadgets.

Used boats usually need more maintenance than the newer ones. Whether it’s things like the engine, the sails, the fixture or the fittings, these things will need replacing and maintaining sooner and more often than a new boat. This is just something that comes with age.

Boat history might be a bit muddled. If you’re buying this boat from someone you know well, they might be inclined to give you the whole story. But what if the boat is 3rd hand, 4th hand? Does the owner really know all the previous owner’s stories? Its important to know why the boat has been sold so many times!

In conclusion,

there is no right answer here. It really depends on what you want, what you need, and what you think is right for you.

Luckily for you, companies such as The Epicurean State team up with industry leaders to provide you with yacht purchases and yacht management services. If you have any questions, please look at our page here, or feel free to contact us!

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Why charter a yacht? Here are the TOP 3 reasons as to why you should charter a yacht!

Can’t find the reason as to why charter a yacht? Here are the TOP 3 reasons to tell you why chartering a yacht out to sea is the best experience ever!

When most people think of yachts, several terms come to their mind: luxury, fun, ocean, maintenance, and most importantly, EXPENSIVE. However, nowadays, thanks to companies like The Epicurean State, yacht charters have become way more accessible, making it much easier for people to enjoy a luxurious day on the waters, without all of the expenses and hassles of owning a yacht.

L45. why charter a yacht.

Here are our top three reasons as to why charter a yacht!

 – Yachts are Expensive –

There are tons and tons of expenses that come along with owning a yacht. First and foremost, buying a yacht will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Obviously, yachts are not cheap (and a cheap yacht is a dangerous yacht!) and of course, the up-front payment is no joke. After this, the expenses do not stop. There is constant maintenance, petrol, crew and storage. The list goes on and on, and the cycle continues.

When you rent a yacht, you only pay for the trips you go on – so no up-front costs, no maintenance costs, no storage….you get the picture.

 -There are so many different yachts for the different occasions –

As mentioned in the previous post, different occasions call for different boats. After investing so much money and time into buying a yacht, it stands to reason that you should use that one yacht as often as possible.

Renting a yacht means you can choose a different one for any occasion! The possibilies and options are endless, and if you do more than one trip, you get a totally different experience each time!

 -Going yachting takes a lot of planning and organizing-

Whenever you plan a trip on your yacht, there are several factors that go into the planning: making sure the weather is fine, plan an itinerary, check that the yacht has been maintained properly and has petrol, plan for food, find a crew or captain (if you’re not licensed), and this is to just to name a few.

In Conclusion,

if you are planning to rent a yacht, companies like The Epicurean State do all of this for you! All you need to do is select the dates, the yacht, and the destination, and we can come up with an itinerary and sort out all the other problems for you! It’s a worry free and totally simple way to get yourself on a yacht and enjoy for the day.

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Our Bucket-List of TOP Dream Yacht Charter Destinations

Always finding yourself envious of your friends when they travel to exotic places for vacation? Want to be like them but don’t where to start from? Here is our bucket-list of TOP dream yacht charter destinations!

Phuket, Dream Yacht Charter Destinations

If you could charter a yacht to anywhere in the world, where would it be? We can’t help but daydream about the most beautiful places in the world to travel to in a yacht, and we’d like to share our daydreams with you!

Here is a list (from Sailing Europe) of the Top Ten Yacht Charter Destinations in the World:

Greece
These islands, as a sailing destination, offer rugged beauty and thousands of years of history. The Cyclades consist of 23 large islands and 200 smaller islands. The most famous among them are Mykonos and Santorini with their white washed houses and windmills.

Croatia
One of the Mediterranean’s hidden gems, Croatia, with more than 1000 islands, is in fact a sailor’s paradise. It’s southern coasts are especially interesting as it features the ancient Greek port of Trogir or the beautiful city of Split. The Dalmatian Coast boasts the barren and isolated Kornati archipelago and other islands with centuries of history, such as Korcula, Hvar or Brac, with the ‘Golden Horn’ beach that many consider to be the most beautiful place in the whole country. For those who prefer the peace and quiet, there are plenty of other beaches without anything that might spoil the view such as hidden coves and rocky platforms.

Palermo, Sicily, Italy
Sailors are attracted to this part of Mediterranean by some of the most famous beaches in the world, secluded anchorages and quiet fishing villages. There are more than ten beaches in Palermo that are easily reachable by boat. Island hopping is also a popular activity, as is exploring Palermo.

French Riviera
The French Riviera manages to combine both the unspoiled islands, rugged inlets and fine beaches with the large cosmopolitan resorts of Cannes, Nice and Monte Carlo. However, the French Riviera has a completely different other side to the coastline entirely down at the islands of Port Cros and Porquerolles where people go to as a form of escape from their everyday lives. Port Cros resembles a French Caribbean port with it’s relaxing atmosphere and palm trees. You can also head to Corsica after embarking on the Riviera, or head off into Italy along the Ligurian coast to Portofino.

Turkey
Turkey is located in the south-east of Europe and the south-west of Asia. This is a popular sailing destination that can be divided into seven geographic regions: Thrace and the borderlands of the Sea of Marmara; the Aegean and Mediterranean region; the Black Sea region; Western Anatolia; the Central Anatolian Plateau; the Eastern highlands; and South-Eastern Anatolia. Throughout its history, Turkey has been a crossroads of religions, and as such, it is often described as an open air museum so if you are not sailing, there is plenty to do and see in that place. Turkey has over 8,300 kilometers of coastline along the four seas with a multitude of coves, inlets, bays and beaches as well as a large number of marinas.

Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Tortola, as a yacht charter destination, comes as no surprise due to its white powdery sandy beaches, sheltered yacht harbor filled with lush green mountains. The astonishing beauty of Tortola is further enhanced by coral reefs, flood caves and stone formations. Tortola is also a perfect sailing destination due to the protecting effect of the surrounding islands which in turn results in calm seas.

Canary Islands
The Canaries have been a popular tourist destination ever since Columbus arrived here before setting sail to discover the New World. The sailing industry has boomed quickly and there is this ever increasing number of yachts either based in the islands or just visiting the marinas. This archipelago is an autonomous region of Spain. It is also divided into two provinces of Gran Canaria with the islands Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura; and Tenerife consisting of the islands of Tenerife, La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro. The Canary Islands have lovely, sheltered marinas and boast excellent beaches.

Cuba 

The fascinating island of Cuba boasts natural beauties and rich historic and cultural background. It has a unique atmosphere that comes from the combination of it’s colonial past and it’s Amerindian and African roots. The island is surrounded by multiple islets spread across the coral reefs, white sandy beaches and deserted creeks. Cuba is everything a sailor could wish for due to its favorable climate, steady winds, natural beauty and hospitable locals. The whole coast and off-lying islands are fully accessible except for the prohibited area in the vicinity of the infamous “Bay of Pigs”, or Playa Girón.

Phuket, Thailand

This is considered to be the best sailing destination in Southeast Asia due to its extensive coastline, lush islands and beautiful rock formations. The islands of Thailand may each offer a unique beach but they share the pristine waters and tranquility. Phuket is perfect for sailing enthusiasts who want to escape the busy life and enjoy Phuket’s exotic fauna and flora, hidden coves and bays.

Mahe, Seychelles
The gorgeous tropical scenery with calm waters make Seychelles a fantastic yacht charter destination. Since Mahe is surrounded by other islands, its beaches are relatively calm and safe. Mahe is also a mountainous island with a central ridge featuring several peaks approaching 3000 feet high.

In Conclusion,

While these destinations may seem to be a little bit out of reach for us, we do currently have a promotion for a yacht charter in Phuket, which you can contact us to find out more about!

Alternatively, Singapore may not be on this list, but we do have our very own islands called the Southern Islands which are exceptionally beautiful and are definitely worth a visit! To learn more about the Southern Islands, you may visit:

www.traveltourismdirectory.com

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Ever wandered what kind of yacht to charter out to sea? Here’s a guide to show you how!

Interested in having some family bonding time on board a yacht out at sea? Or perhaps you want to host your corporate events on board a luxury yacht? Here’s a guide to show you how to choose what kind of yacht to charter out to sea!

What kind of yacht to charter.

This is the most basic question every first time yacht charterer should ask him/herself. There are so many different types of yachts out there, and its important to know which kind of yacht best suits your needs. This guide will show you how to choose what kind of yacht to charter out to sea!

The first and most important question you should ask yourself is this: “What purpose are you renting this yacht for?” There are quite a few occasions for yacht rental: fun and parties, corporate events, sailing, fishing/diving, family time (just to name a few). Once you decide on the purpose of the yacht charter, you can decide on what kind of yacht to charter!

Fun/Parties/Family Time

This would probably be the most common reason for people who rent a yacht. They want to have fun, they want to spend time with their friends and family, and they want to enjoy the beautiful scenery that the ocean has to offer. This category would definitely be suitable for the largest range of yachts, from single hulled, catamarans, and trimarans. The essentials that they will need are: space, cooking facilities, outdoor areas, comfort level, and bathrooms. These larger yachts will usually be very accommodating of children as well, though it is always important to check regarding the features of each specific yacht.

Speedboats

For the more adventurous group, speedboats are a great option for exploring and having fun. Though smaller and less comfortable than their larger counterparts, they do still generally have bathrooms and seats, and their small size and speed ensures a wild ride for everyone on board.

Fishing Boats

Fishing boats are usually fitted with a platform or a trough in their design, giving you space to cast out and reel in your fish. While usually not the most glamorous of boats, they can still be quite spacious and fun to enjoy in with the right crowd.

Corporate Events

Corporate events tend to be include groups larger than average family get-together, so a larger vessel would be the safest option. A lot of space is important here (you don’t want to be crammed inside a stuffy room with your boss all night!), so are the kitchen or catering facilities, and this is to ensure that everyone gets fed right. Many yachts also have projectors, dance-floors, and karaoke system features installed, making it more convenient for presentations and embarrassing Monday morning stories.

In Conclusion,

whatever the reason for renting a yacht, you can be assured that its going to be an amazing time on board. Here at The Epicurean State we have an incredible fleet to choose from, and you’re sure to find a yacht that suits your needs! It will be our pleasure to advise you on what kind of yacht to charter!

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A guide for yacht owners who are interested in renting out your yacht!

Have a yacht that you don’t use often? Want to earn some extra cash as well? Here is a guide for yacht owners who are interested in renting out your yacht!

Luxury yacht. Renting out your yacht.

Being a boat owner certainly has its own obvious perks, and renting out your yacht is definitely one of them! It is a great way to make sure that your yacht doesn’t spend too much time berthed or parked on land (especially if you don’t take it out very often), and it is also a great source of side income!

Important things to remember before renting out your yacht to the first person who responds to your ad:

1. Make sure you have the right insurance

Before putting out the advertisements for your yacht rental, you need to find out if chartering your yacht is covered under your boat owner’s and/or private boat property insurance policies. This depends on your insurance carrier. If your current insurance policy does not cover accepting payments for use of your yacht, you can purchase additional boat owner’s insurance from other providers. This is extremely important!

2. Check that your boat is seaworthy.

If you use your boat quite regularly, this shouldn’t be a problem. However, if you have been keeping your yacht in storage, and perhaps 5 years later, decided to earn some money by renting it out, you might want to check that it will still function properly while in the water. Send it in for maintenance, keep all records on hand, and make sure that it is clean!

3. Know who your renters are

Because most transactions are done through the Internet these days, it is vital to know who you are renting your boat to. A deposit is a good way to protect yourself. Meeting with the renter will definitely be the best option.

4. Rental Agreements

Make sure that your rental agreements cover all of the important facets of the transaction. This is to protect both yourself and your potential customers.

In Conclusion,

of course renting out a yacht can be a scary notion for a person, especially for a first timer, but yacht charter companies make this process smooth and easy! Here at The Epicurean State, we partner with many yacht owners who trusts us to take care of these transactions for them! If you’re interested in renting out your yacht but don’t know where to start, send us an email at info@theepicureanstate.com and we’ll help you get started right away!

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July 18, 2014