Superyacht Charter New England

New England Yacht Charter

Private Yachting Cruises in New England

Explore the pristine and characterful Southern New England coast on your next superyacht Charter. Cruise from the yachting hub of Newport to the picturesque waterfront town of Bar Harbour, on Maine's Mount Desert Island. Enjoy history, high culture, spectacular natural sites and fantastic fresh seafood. Rent a crewed motor or sailing boat with YPI to have the best cruising possible in New England. This is an example of an eight day yacht charter itinerary for New England. Yacht charter itineraries are created individually for every client based around personal preferences and how you want to spend your time onboard your superyacht in North America.

Superyacht Charter Newport


Picturesque Coastline

The perfect place to start a New England private superyacht charter, Newport is a hub of the American yachting scene, renowned for the mansions built by leading American Families. Hike the Cliff Walk, a beautiful 3-mile path along the rocky coast that provides a rear view of the mansions on Bellevue. Take a guided tour of many of the mansions. For a culture hit, browse the Museum of Yachting in Fort Adams State Park, covering much of Newport’s storied yachting history.

Superyacht Charter Martha’s Vineyard

Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard

Refined Living

Edgartown is recognised as one of New England's most elegant communities, and was Martha's Vineyard's first colonial settlement. The stately white Greek Revival houses built by the whaling captains have been carefully maintained and make the town a museum-piece community, a seaport village preserved from the early 19th century. Walk to the 1672 Vincent House, the oldest known house on the Island, and the magnificent Old whaling Church. Wander pristine beaches and visit the Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary or Caroline Tuthill Wildlife Preserve, Chappaquiddick. Finally, return to your motor or sailing boat for a sunset dinner, prepared by your private chef.

Superyacht Charter Nantucket


The Grey Lady

Called The Grey Lady of the Sea because of its foggy appearance from the ocean and cedar shingled houses weathered to their natural grey by the salty air, Nantucket has been preserved and restored to the way it looked in the 19th Century. Tour the island with a local guide to discover excellent restaurants and chic shops as well as hidden gems. 82 miles of beaches make up Nantucket, with 40% of the island protected conservation land. Take a walk on its wide sandy beaches, browse boutiques and explore excellent art galleries and museums.
Superyacht Charter Provincetown

Provincetown, Cape Cod

Wildlife Escape

From Nantucket, cruise on the outside of Cape Cod, past the Monomoy Point Lighthouse south of Chatham, Massachusetts. This area is a famed wildlife refuge, its vast beach often dotted with grey seals. Dock at Provincetown on the northernmost tip, a well-protected harbour, and head out by one of your superyacht's tenders to spot whales off the coast.

Superyacht Charter Boston

Boston, Massachusetts

City Fun

Arrive in Boston and enjoy the waterfront or head into town to enjoy one of its many tourist attractions. Wander the Public Garden for a Swan Boat Ride or walk the Freedom Trail. Stop in the North End for delicious Italian food. This vibrant thriving city is renowned for its cultural facilities and champion sports franchises as well as its place at the forefront of American History. If your superyacht charter falls around 4th July, this is the place to be for celebrations, fireworks, the Boston Pops and more!

Superyacht Charter Kennebunkport

Kennebunkport, Maine

Shopping & Exploring

Pass by Portsmouth, NH, en route to Maine as part of your motor or sailboat Charter. Enjoy lunch onboard and then head onland to peruse the many specialty shops in Dock Square in the quaint town of Kennebunkport. This bustles with boutique shoppers and art gallery hoppers during the summer months. The plentiful patio cafes offer great people watching as well as succulent lobster rolls and other fresh-catch dishes. For adventurous superyacht charter guests, Blowing Cave and Spouting Rock are great for exploring.

Portland, Maine, New England

Portland, Maine

Enchanting Seafront

From ornate mansions to expansive ocean views this charming city, the largest in Maine, will enchant. The Old Port is buzzing and full of great restaurants and coffee shops. The Harbour Islands close to downtown Portland are interesting to explore – don’t miss Peak Island or Portland Head Light, the lighthouse commissioned by George Washington. The home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is also of cultural interest here. Venture further into main by road, to Boothbay, New England’s boat capital, with a scenic harbour and plenty of inlets for kayaking and paddleboarding.
Superyacht Charter Portland

Portland International Jetport


Disembark your superyacht charter and continue your journey from Portland International Jetport, with flights to US and Canadian cities and worldwide connections.

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