How Would You Like to Feel Like a Greek Shipping Tycoon?

I’m about to unveil one of the World’s Best Kept Vacation Secrets…

If you would love to take your next luxury travel vacation at sea, but do not own your own luxury yacht…yet, and really are not into the whole cruise ship scene, then how about chartering your own private fully-crewed yacht?

Just contact Vital Vacations Yacht Charters’ owners, Matt (a Master-Captain, PADI rescue Diver and accomplished chef, who studied under Martin Yan) & Catherine O’Hayer (Dive instructor, Yoga teacher and also a trained chef).

After hearing your ideas, they’ll suggest the perfect yacht, crew, and itinerary for you. They personally have operated their own charter yacht for four years, covering over 35,000 sailing miles from Maine to Grenada. Perhaps you’d prefer a catamaran, a mono-hull, an intimate luxurious sailboat, or a pulling-out-all-the-stops ostentatious Onassis type yacht-no problem because they have over 1000 for you to choose from.

Prices start as little as $190 a day PP but for one of the mega yacht, plan on spending about $750,000 per week… food and fuel extra.

T: 866-866-1440 Toll Free USA.

By Vagablond’s Token Redhead.

Posted by Janice Nieder on March 06, 2007 in Travel

Comments (1)

  1. Kim Kavin
    Kim Kavin says:

    Actually, to protect yourself financially and personally when booking a private yacht charter of any kind, you should look to work with brokers who are members of one of the four worldwide profesisonal organizations. These are the only brokers who have shown over a period of years that they are trustworthy and will fight for clients’ rights.

    Those groups are the American Yacht Charter Association, the Charter Yacht Brokers Association, the Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association, and the Florida Yacht Brokers Association.

    Putitng yourself directly in busines with a yacht’s owner or captain is rarely a good idea. Many, many people have been left high and dry at the dock by doing business this way.

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