of the smaller yachts provide food, bar and running
expenses for one price. This is “all-inclusive”.
Most of the larger yachts operate on a “plus
expenses” or "exclusive" basis.
The charterer pays for food, moorage fees, fuel
and other operating expenses. An “Advanced
Provisioning Allowance” (APA) of approximately
25% is due with the charter fee. Any unused portion
of the APA is refunded to the client.
use Caribbean Yacht Brokers Association (CYBA)
contracts for the smaller yachts. The larger yachts
require a Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association
(MYBA) agreement. Fifty percent of the charter fee
is usually required to reserve, with the balance
due prior to departure. The contract includes the
details of the cruise, including payment terms,
dates and location.
will provide a questionnaire specifying menu preferences,
arrival details and other requests. This may include
everything from diving fin sizes to restaurant recommendations.
The crewed yachts pride themselves in preparing
to exceed your expectations and provide the particulars
that suit your individual tastes, such as a special
cocktail or a planned activity. Never hesitate to
ask for a special request.