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  • Reference ID 513
  • Jac de Ridder
  • Location Netherlands
  • L.O.A. (mtr) 9.15
  • Beam (mtr) 3.30
  • Draft (mtr) 2
  • Material Vinylester
  • Engine Volvo Penta D1-13 saildrive 130S

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FF915, a super fast and easy to sail Cruiser/Racer from Dutch soil. A timeless design by Jac de Ridder and built by Modus Marine in Lelystad. The FF 915 is characterized by excellent build quality and sailing characteristics. If you're looking for a boat to win races and go on holiday with your family in comfort, then this is your chance. The ship is very complete and kept in top condition.

In 2016/2017 she was refitted:

  • hull sprayed in 4 layers of varnish (Never polish again)
  • underwatership sprayed in 7 layers coppercoat
  • Keel blasted to glass/epoxy and then sprayed in 7 layers coppercoat
  • In 2017 various improvements and reinforcements made by Modus Marine

ORC 2018: 649,9 gph



  • Furler Facnor RC 100 (not installed)
  • Vang Bamar / Harken 1:32.
  • Spipole 60mm Carbon with rubber protection + rakes running gear
  • Bowsprit for gennaker. 60mm Carbon with reinforcement
  • Holland Spar mast (20 kg lighter than Selden mast).
  • Rigging 6mm Dyform
  • Backstay Dynema 1:16.
  • Boom Hollandspar with outhaul (lower tensioner) delay 1: 8. + spinnaker pole support.
  • Halyard spectra 8mm, cupsheet 8mm.
  • 2 genoa sheets 10mm cupsheet; 11.50 meters. With Equeplite closures.
  • 2 spi sheets with 8mm ratchet blocks; 20 meters.
  • Downhaul 8mm; 15 meters with Harken block and closures.
  • Main sheet 10mm; 18 meters with Harken blocks and fine tuning.
  • Mainsheet traveler with automatic, blocks and clamps from Harken.
  • Backstays 2 pieces dynema 5mm on the mast
  • Mainsail Quantum 2 + 2, surface 27 ”m2; 6.6 oz Dracon, with three cockpit operated reefs. Flattingreef and Cunninghamhole. Regulating line to be operated backwards from the cockpit. (used condition)
  • Genoa 120% Quantum 23.4 m2; 6.6 oz Dracon. (good condition)
  • Genoa 100% Elvstrom 19 m2; 6.5 oz Dracon (used condition)
  • (work) jib Quantum 12.7 m2; 6.6 0z. Dacron. (good condition)
  • Storm jib De Vries Sails 7 m2; 6.6 0z Dacron. (used condition)
  • Spinnaker Quantum 80 m2; 0.75 0z Nylon. Red / Gray. (like new)
  • Gennaker Quantum 67 m2; 075 oz Nylon. (good condition)
  • Gennaker trunk with control


  • Upholstery  Kwadrat Tonus 3 red 130
  • Floors with carbon print finishing
  • Saloontable with carbon print
  • Pipecot cloths BB and SB for sea cages.
  • Interior lighting with LED lights.
  • Clock, barometer temperature / hygrometer / Wempe
  • 2x watertank each 60L
  • Chart table with seat
  • Toilet Plastimo
  • 1 x Safire Diesel Heater 
  • 1 x Electric Heater
  • Mosquito covers for windows
  • Gimbal stove with oven / Origo 6000
  • Electric cool box.
  • Footpump for water

Deck and Cockpit

  • Extra reinforcements around rudder stock.
  • Carbon tiller with pin for autopilot and tiller extension.
  • Rudder with solid alum. and bearing shaft.
  • Adjustable Lagun table can also be placed in the cockpit
  • 15 spinlock stoppers
  • 2x Harken winches 32st, 2x Harken winches 40st.
  • 4 genoa lead cars Harken roller bearing.
  • Shore power connection
  • battery charger Victron 15 amp.
  • Switch panel Philippi with car fuses.
  • 1 x Service battery, 140 Amp, 1 x Start battery 60 Amp
  • Victron ARGOFET Battery Isolator 200-2 200A
  • Victron Galvanic Isolator VDI-16
  • 2 x Ultra Lite Solar Panel adjustable (3.5 Amp charging current) + MPPT charger
  • 3x 220V connections inside for watercooker, heater etc
  • Volvo Penta D1-13 saildrive 130S with 115 Amp Alternator.
  • Diesel Tank plastic
  • Propeller: Maxprop 2 blade 15 ”x10” 
  • Fire extinguisher (foam) 2kg.
  • Rescue line
  • Radar reflector.
  • Swimming ladder
  • winch handles

Electronics and Navigational Gear

  • Wireless Tactik instruments on solar cells.
  • T910 dept and temp. Airmar. T911 log and speed.
  • T121 transmitter Hull, T909 compass tranducer
  • T120 wind transmitter, T122 NMEA wirles interface
  • T110 digital display, T111 dual digital display.
  • T112 analogy display.
  • AIS Transceiver + Splitter EM-TRAK Class B Sailor Pro. (not included)
  • Geonav 4c GPS with plot + bracket for the cockpit.
  • Autohelm 2000+ autopilot, with remote control.
  • VHF Shipmate RS8300 with mast antenna and emergency antenna.
  • Radio Sony with CD player and USB connection + boxes.
  • Compass Contest 130 on mast bracket.
  • Bilgepump manual
  • Cobra anchor; 12 kg.
  • Fortress anchor 16 with 25 meters lead rope 12mm.
  • Anchor chain 9 meters; 10mm with leading.
  • wintercover
  • 4x fenders and mooring lines

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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THE HOLDING is a 34.14 m Motor Yacht, built in Italy by Sanlorenzo and delivered in 2014. She is one of 19 SD112 models.

Her top speed is 17.0 kn and she boasts a maximum range of 2750.0 nm when navigating at cruising speed, with power coming from two MTU diesel engines. She can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms, with 5 crew members waiting on their every need. She has a gross tonnage of 266.0 GT and a 7.66 m beam.

She was designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design , who also designed the interior. Francesco Paszkowski Design has designed 274 yachts and designed the interior of 250 yachts for yachts above 24 metres.

The naval architecture was developed by Sanlorenzo , who has architected 603 other superyachts in the BOAT Pro database - she is built with a Teak deck, a GRP hull, and GRP superstructure.

THE HOLDING is one of 2094 motor yachts in the 30-35m size range, and, compared to similarly sized motor yachts, her volume is 79.65 GT above the average.

THE HOLDING is currently sailing under the Jamaica flag, the 9th most popular flag state for superyachts with a total of 223 yachts registered. She is currently located at the superyacht marina Marina Bay Yachting Center, in United States of America, where she has been located for 2 months. For more information regarding THE HOLDING's movements, find out more about BOAT Pro AIS .


  • Previous Names: AVENTUS
  • Yacht Type: Motor Yacht
  • Yacht Subtype: Semi-displacement
  • Model: SD112
  • Builder: Sanlorenzo
  • Naval Architect: Sanlorenzo
  • Exterior Designer: Francesco Paszkowski Design
  • Interior Designer: Francesco Paszkowski Design

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Fast performance cruiser-racer with ample possibillities to cruise with family and friends. Sleek hull design with a powerfull rig, make her ideal for "sailing-round-the-buoys" and easily handled. Comes equipped with a nice set of sails, full navigational equipment and a recent positive survey-report.

  11,00 x 3,18 x 1,98 (m)
  1 x Vetus M.3.10 Diesel
  20 (hp), 14,7 (kw)
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GRP sailingyacht FF 110 "Challenger" built in 1990 by FF Boats, The Netherlands, dim.: 11,00 (lwl 9,80) x 3,18 x 1,98 mtrs, design by K. de Ridder, grp hull, deck and superstructure, perspex windows, roundbilged hull, fin keel, balanced spade rudder, displacement: 3,8 tonnes, ballast: 1,5 tonnes, fueltank: 40 ltrs (alloy), freshwatertanks: 100 + 50 ltrs (plastic), tillersteering with Spinlock tiller-extension.


Modern white interior with Beech trim, 1 cabin, saloon and double berths aft, 4(+2) berths in total, headroom: 1,80 mtrs, 1 x u.w.toilet, galley, footpump waterpressure system, Electrolux two burner spirit stove with oven, 12v fridge.

Vetus M310 20 hp (14kW) diesel, installed in 1990, approx. 1325 runninghours, indirect coolingsystem, Hurth mechanical gearbox, s.s. propellershaft, two bladed GORI folding propeller (2006 never used), cruisingspeed approx. 6 knots, consumption approx. 2,5 ltr/hr, manual bilgepump, 3 x 102 amp batteries (2003/2004), small 12amp batterycharger.

Plastimo Contest compass, Autohelm ST50 electric compass, Autohelm ST50 Tridata log/echosounder, Autohelm ST50 windset with VMG indicator, Autohelm ST50 Navdata repeater, Autohelm ST50 Multi-display at charttable, Garmin 120XL GPS, Magellan FX324 gps/colour plotter (2003), Shipmate RS8300 VHF (with Atis), Nasa weatherman receiver (video).

Sprayhood (2005), dodger, lifebuoy, anchor and line, boardingladder, outboard-support, fenders, warps, clock, barometer, radar-reflector, fire extinguisher.

Fractional-rigged, Seldén aluminium double spreader mast with s.s. standing rigging, Furlex genoa furler, tackle boomvang and backstayadjuster, 2 x Harken 44.2AST primary sheetwinches, 2 x Lewmar 16AST secondary sheetwinches (2005), 2 x Harken 32AST halyardwinches, spi-pole, Harken deck hardware, cover for mainsails, Harken Batt-Carr rollerbearings for mainsail (1999). Sails: semi-battened main (Zwaan Sails 2003) / 110% genoa (Zwaan Sails 1999) / 120% genoa (Zwaan Sails 2003) / high-aspect jib (Zwaan Sails 2003) / stormjib / spinnaker (1990) / spinnaker (Zwaan Sails 2004) / booster (Schokker sails 1990), some spare sails.










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Measuring 36.9 meters in length over all, the luxury motor yacht FF1 is a spectacular Benetti Classic 121' semi-custom vessel, built by the prominent Italian shipyard Benetti. The model with the extended upper deck, the FF1 superyacht features the traditional exterior design by well known Stefano Righini.

FF1 Specifications

Type/Year:a Benetti Classic 121 Superyacht/2011 
Beam:8.18m (26'84'')  
L.O.A.:36.9m (121) 
Max Speed:15 knots 
Engines:2xMTU 12V2000 M72 diesels 
Cruise Speed:14 knots 
Builder/Designer: ,  

Internally, the Benetti Classic 121' superyacht FF1 offers 5 lovely and comfortable cabins to 10 guests. These include the owner's suite situated on the main deck, with a study as well as a dressing room, along with two double and two twin cabins, which can be found on the lower deck. Externally, the FF1 superyacht provides an amazing sun deck, which is completely dedicated to relaxation and open-air life, boasting a large bar zone installed near the bow, comprising a barbecue together with an extendable table, which can be utilized as both a tea table as well as a proper dining table. Additionally, a hardtop outfitted with a roll-bar cover and an LED lighting system along the ribbing, ensure sun cover during the hottest hours of the day and perfect illumination during the evening hours.

Built in composite, the 36.9m luxury yacht FF1 is run by twin MTU 12V2000 M72 engines, reaching a top speed of 15 knots, with a comfortable cruising speed of 14 knots. ABS classed, FF1 has a maximum beam of 8.18m (26'84'') and a maximum draught of 2.26m (7'41'').

Yacht Accommodation

Lxury yacht FF1 provides a total number of 10 guests with 5 beautiful and comfortable cabins. These comprise the owner's suite located on the main deck, with a study as well as a dressing room, together with two double and two twin cabins, which are located on the lower deck.

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We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 36.9m (121) yacht FF1, so please enquire for more information.

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The luxury yacht FF1 displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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Positive Customer Review: "One of the most memorable parts for me was the launch. I went with my wife, and Benetti had a Roman Catholic priest bless the yacht. It was very beautiful with all the Italian music and then the British national anthem, and it was all very unexpected. I thought I was just going to be putting the boat in the water, but in fact it turned into a very emotional day!" - Owner of a Benetti called motor yacht 11:11

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  • Yacht Type: Sailing Catamarans
  • Charter Type: Bareboat Charters


Marina location, weekly rates.

  • High Season: $ 13,195.00
  • Low Season: $ 8,799.00
  • Start Time: 5:00 PM Departure the next morning after briefing
  • End Time: 10:00 AM

Rate Details

The charter fee is for the rental of the yacht and does not include the mandatory extras.

Mandatory Extras:

Yacht damage insurance $60/night

Cruising tax $4 person/night

Park permit $25 for 1-4 people + $10 each 1-2 additional people

Cleaning fee $299

Starter kit $55

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Skipper fee $205/day plus meals & gratuity

Sea The World – FF Bareboat Charter in British Virgin Islands

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  • Yacht Name: Sea The World - FF
  • Model: Fountaine Pajot
  • Yacht Age: 2023
  • Yacht Length (Feet): 45.02
  • Beam (Feet): 24.77
  • Draft (Feet):
  • Type of Main Sail: Battened
  • Engine(s): 2 X Nanni N4 65 SD engines
  • Fuel Capacity: 124
  • Water Capacity: 184
  • License Required: No
  • Check Out Skipper: Optional For a Fee
  • Max Passengers: 6
  • Total Showers: 4
  • Double Cabins: 3
  • Convertible Salon: Yes
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  • WiFi: WiFi Router Onboard - Activate on Arrival (Fees Apply)
  • Depth Sounder
  • TV / DVD Player
  • Fully Equipped Galley
  • Water Maker
  • Refrigeration: Yes
  • Coffee Maker: Yes

Standard Items

  • PFDs & Safety Equipment
  • Navigation Charts & Manual Tools
  • Linens and towels: Towels and linens - 1 set of towels per person / week (1 bath towel and 1 hand towel - recommend bringing beach towels and face cloths), 1 set of sheets per cabin (1 bottom, 1 top and 2 pillow cases) - extra towels and linens can be rented.
  • Basic Cleaning Supplies: Head and galley cleaning kit, deck brush, mop and bucket.
  • Basic Tool Kit
  • First Aid Kit
  • Air Conditioning: With Generator
  • Generator: Yes
  • Electric Anchor Windlass

Water Toys / Entertainment

  • Dinghy: Yes
  • Outboard: Yes
  • Snorkeling gear: Not Included, Rent or Bring Your Own
  • Stand Up Paddle Board: Rent in Advance
  • Floats: Rent in Advance

Scuba & Fishing

  • Guest Fishing License Required: Yes

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90 Days or More Prior to Charter Start: Cancellation Fee is $599 fee 89 – 60 Days Prior to Charter Start: Cancellation Fee is 50% 59 Days or Less Prior to Charter Start: No Refund

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Confirmation Deposit: 25% of the Charter Fee Due 90 Days Prior to Charter Start: Second 25% of Charter Fee Due 60 Days Prior to Charter Start: Balance of Charter Fee + Extras

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PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (“ Terms ”) CAREFULLY AS THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS, REMEDIES AND OBLIGATIONS AS WELL AS A SECTION GOVERNING THE JURISDICTION AND VENUE OF DISPUTES. THESE TERMS ALSO CONTAIN A LEGALLY BINDING RELEASE, WAIVER OF LIABILITY, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK. By creating a username, a login, clicking submit, using the services of Charter Experts, LLC d/b/a Virgin Island Sailing® (“ Broker ) or by accessing Broker’s website, you agree that you have read, and acknowledge your acceptance of these Terms. The Terms are subject to change at any time without notice at Broker’s sole discretion. Additionally, any transaction for which you have made payment shall be governed by the form of Terms in effect at the time of such payment notwithstanding any subsequent changes hereto.

If you are obtaining a quote, information, booking travel for and/or securing or procuring a Charter (as that term is defined in Section 1 below) for more than just yourself, all references below to “Charterer” or “you” (and derivations thereof) shall be read to mean you on behalf of yourself and each individual within your group for whom you are obtaining a quote, information, booking travel for and/or securing or procuring Charter.

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  • Prepaid Charter Reservations . Typically, Broker negotiates charter rates in advance with the yacht owner or charter company (“ Charter Provider ”) to obtain cost-effective rates, and facilitate reservations and availability for yacht charters, excursions and travel (the “ Charter ”). Broker also provides services to you by facilitating the booking of reservations for consideration and receives a commission from the Charter Provider (the “ Broker Fee ”). The Broker Fee is included in the pre-negotiated Charter rate provided to you, plus taxes and other fees where applicable. You agree that your payment is for the total amount set forth in the applicable Charter agreement (which Charter Provider may refer to as a Charter Contract, Charter Agreement, Booking Terms & Conditions, Instructions and Terms for Accommodations, as well as other derivations) provided to you by Broker (“ Charter Agreement ”). Upon execution of the Charter Agreement and receipt of the applicable deposit, you will have made a reservation for the Charter that authorizes Broker to facilitate the Charter on your behalf (“Charter Reservation”), including making payment arrangements with the Charter Provider. You further agree that Broker is a third-party beneficiary to the Charter Agreement and shall have the right to enforce such agreement to the extent it deems such enforcement necessary or advisable to protect its rights hereunder or under the Charter Agreement.

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  • LOA: 50 ft 6 in / 15.4 m
  • LWL: 48 ft 11 in / 14.9 m
  • Beam: 26 ft 5 in / 8.04 m
  • Draft: 5 ft 3 in / 1.61 m
  • Mast Height: 77 ft 2 in / 23.52 m
  • Bridgedeck Clearance: 3 ft 5 in / 1.03 m
  • Engine: 2x 57 hp
  • Propeller Dimensions: 3‐blade 18in x 14in
  • Engine No. Cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: 243 gal / 920 L


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  • Water: 185 gal / 700 L
  • Mainsail Area (Standard): 964 sqft / 89.6 sqm
  • Mainsail Area (Square Top): 1019 sqft / 94.7 sqm
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  • Code 0 Area: 970 sqft / 90.1 sqm
  • Code D Area: 1690 sqft / 157 sqm
  • Total Upwind Area (Standard): 1652 sqft / 153.5 sqm
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List of ships

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Ships , also known as Boats ( 船 , Fune ? ) , are a common form of transportation in the Final Fantasy series . They are used to travel the high seas.

  • 1.1.1 Pirate Ship
  • 1.2.1 Leila's Boat
  • 1.3.1 Enterprise
  • 1.4.1 Unnamed Ship
  • 1.5.1 Unnamed Ship
  • 1.6.1 Faris's Pirate Ship
  • 1.6.2 Fire-Powered Ship
  • 1.6.3 Ronkan Airship
  • 1.6.4 Xezat's Fleet
  • 1.7.1 Ferry
  • 1.7.2 Magitek Armor Transport Ship
  • 1.8.1 Cargo Ship
  • 1.8.2 Tiny Bronco
  • 1.8.3 Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-
  • 1.9.1 Balamb Garden
  • 1.9.2 SeeD Assault Boat
  • 1.9.3 White SeeD Ship
  • 1.10.1 Blue Narciss
  • 1.10.2 Alexandrian Fleet
  • 1.11.1 Salvage Ship
  • 1.11.2 S.S. Liki
  • 1.11.3 S.S. Winno
  • 1.11.4 Al Bhed Psyches' Ship
  • 1.12.1 Ferries
  • 1.12.2 Manaclipper
  • 1.12.3 Carpenter's Barge
  • 1.13 Final Fantasy XII
  • 1.14 Final Fantasy XIV
  • 1.15 Final Fantasy XV
  • 1.16 Final Fantasy XVI
  • 1.17.1 Unnamed Ship
  • 1.18.1 Mac's Ship
  • 1.19.1 Echigoya's Ship
  • 1.20 Final Fantasy Legend III
  • 1.21 Final Fantasy Dimensions
  • 1.22 Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light
  • 1.23 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
  • 1.24 Final Fantasy All the Bravest
  • 1.25 World of Final Fantasy

Appearances [ ]

Final fantasy [ ], pirate ship [ ].

FF1 Pirate Ship art

The Warriors of Light obtain a pirate ship from Bikke the Pirate and his men in Pravoka , after defeating them in battle. The boat can be used to travel around areas in the lower continent, like Elfheim . It can only land at docks or, when the Canoe is found, at rivers.


Final Fantasy II [ ]

Leila's boat [ ].

Leila and her gang of pirates are hired to bring Firion and his party to Deist , where she then double-crosses them and attacks. Once she is defeated, she joins the party, and thus gives them access to her boat.

Final Fantasy III [ ]

Enterprise [ ].

A Viking in the Viking Base gives the party the Enterprise in exchange for defeating the Nepto Dragon . Later, it is modified by Cid using the " Wheel of Time " to transform it into an airship .

Final Fantasy IV [ ]

Unnamed ship [ ].

Ship Party FFIV iOS

The unnamed ship (3D).


Cecil Harvey , Yang Fang Leiden , Edward Chris von Muir , and Rydia travel by boat to attack Baron and save Rosa Joanna Farrell . However, along the way, Leviathan attacks and destroys the ship and the party is scattered around the world. Cecil awakes in Mysidia .

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years [ ]

Three unnamed ships are seen in total. One is used by Palom to travel to Troia at the start of his tale. Later, the same boat is used by Izayoi to return to Eblan . Another is used by Edward and Harley to travel to Baron from Kaipo port. The third is used by Yang and Ursula to also travel to Baron, although it is damaged and they land to collect palm oil in hopes of fixing it. Once they set out again, the ship is attacked by Leviathan.

Final Fantasy V [ ]

Faris's pirate ship [ ].

Faris's Pirate Ship

When the wind died, it was Syldra who pulled Faris's pirate ship across the oceans.

Fire-Powered Ship [ ]

FFV Fire-Powered Ship

The Fire-Powered Ship is the kingdom of Karnak 's flagship. Designed by Cid Previa , it uses the power of the Fire Crystal to sail without relying on the wind. However, the crystal amplifier powering the ship places strain on the Fire Crystal, shattering it and rendering the ship immobile.

Cid and his grandson Mid later remodel the ship to sail without the Fire Crystal, and the player party uses it to travel to Crescent . Unfortunately, the ship gets sucked into the Catapult during an earthquake. It remains there for the rest of the game.

Ronkan Airship [ ]

The Ronkan airship can land on water and thus be used as a boat. It was built by an ancient civilization, the Ronkans, and is discovered in the Catapult.

Xezat's Fleet [ ]

Xezat's Fleet is composed of an entire fleet of ships, along with Xezat's flagship.

Faris's Ship.

Final Fantasy VI [ ]


A ferry is used as a ferry service between the ports of South Figaro and Nikeah , and it continues it services even after the world ends. Leviathan can attack it in the World of Ruin , but only in the Advance and smartphone versions.

Magitek Armor Transport Ship [ ]

FFVI Magitek Armor Transport Ship

The Gestahlian Empire supplies the party, along with General Leo , with a Magitek armor transport ship, to go on a goodwill mission to Crescent Island in search for the espers .

Final Fantasy VII [ ]

Cargo ship [ ].


A Cargo Ship connects the ports of Junon and Costa del Sol . Rufus Shinra uses it to travel to the western continent to find Sephiroth , while Cloud's party comes onboard as stowaways. Afterwards, it can be used freely for 250 gil , and can transport the buggy to the eastern continent.

Tiny Bronco [ ]


Though originally a small plane, the Tiny Bronco is shot down by Shinra soldiers, and crashes into the ocean. Afterwards it is used as a crude boat, traveling through shallow water and rivers, until it disappears in disc 2.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- [ ]

Shinra vessel.

Zack boards an unnamed Shinra boat on his vacation to Costa del Sol. He can also attend certain missions on it.

Final Fantasy VIII [ ]

Balamb garden [ ].

Balamb Garden Area 9

Balamb Garden.

The Balamb Garden can land on water and be used as a ship. It can only ascend on land from beaches .

SeeD Assault Boat [ ]

SeeD Assault Boat.

A hydrofoil known as the SeeD Assault Boat is used in the amphibious landing at the Siege of Dollet .

White SeeD Ship [ ]


The White SeeD Ship .

The White SeeD Ship is used by the White SeeD to protect Ellone .

Final Fantasy IX [ ]

Blue narciss [ ].


Zidane's party uses the Blue Narciss to escape Alexandria after its destruction by Garland . It is then used to travel to the Outer Continent to attack Kuja . Regent Cid extracts components from the Blue Narciss to make the Hilda Garde III .

Alexandrian Fleet [ ]

Queen Brahne leads the Alexandrian naval forces, which consists of a sizable fleet capable of cannon fire. The ships are commandeered by both Alexandrian soldiers and by black mages . Brahne brings a large portion of her navy to the Iifa Tree 's shores with the intent of ridding Kuja from her plans for world domination. The Queen summons Bahamut , but her strategy backfires when Kuja calls the Invincible and takes control of the eidolon . Kuja orders Bahamut to wipe Brahne out with a devastating Mega Flare attack, destroying her and the majority of her fleet.

Garnet and her mother traveled to Alexandria long before the game's start on a tiny boat. Zidane and Garnet find a similar boat in Madain Sari which triggers Garnet's memories.

A small canal boat is also used to ferry people between Alexandria castle and the town.

Brahne's ship deck.

Final Fantasy X [ ]

Salvage ship [ ].

After Tidus sees his Zanarkand destroyed by Sin , he is rescued by the Al Bhed on their ship. He is knocked off the boat when Sin reappears, eventually waking in Besaid .

S.S. Liki [ ]

The S.S. Liki is a ferry ship that connects Besaid and Kilika .

S.S. Winno [ ]

The S.S. Winno is another ship that connects Kilika and Luca .

Al Bhed Psyches ' Ship [ ]

When Yuna is abducted in Luca; Tidus, Lulu and Kimahri fight the Oblitzerator on this ship to save her.

Final Fantasy XI [ ]


Ferries [ ]

There are three ferries available for player's use. They transport players back and forth between Selbina to Mhaura , Mhaura and Aht Urhgan , and from Whitegate to Nashmau . All of the ferries cost 100 gil to ride. Traveling between Selbina and Mhaura requires no special effort, but in order to get to Aht Urhgan Whitegate, players must complete a quest to get a "Boarding Permit".

Manaclipper [ ]

The Manaclipper is a different sort of ship. It operates as a sea tour for people wanting to see the beautiful waters around Bibiki Bay . This is also one of the only ways to get to the tropical island of Purgonorgo . You can pass on a trip to Purgonorgo Isle with a Manaclipper ticket, which costs 80 gil, or a Manaclipper multi-ticket, which costs 500 gil for 10 passes.

Carpenter's Barge [ ]

A series of unnamed barges run up and down the Phanauet Channel, ferrying wood between the Kingdom of San d'Oria and the various docks of Carpenter's Landing, near the Jugner Forest. The player can board this barge to travel between these areas and to go fishing . The barge features a strange pair of non-hostile Tonberries which light the way for the barge at night. In order for one to travel on the barge, you need to buy either a ticket, which can be bought for 50 gil, or a multi-ticket worth 10 passes for 300 gil.

Final Fantasy XII [ ]

Reddas , the leader of Balfonheim Port , dispatches a fleet of ships to the Ridorana Cataract , only to have them all sunk by the powerful tides. Vaan can cross the river of Nebra on Dalmasca Estersand by boat, which is also used for the fishing minigame .

Final Fantasy XIV [ ]

There is a ferry that transports players back and forth between Limsa Lominsa and Ul'dah .

Ferry arriving Ul'dah.

Final Fantasy XV [ ]

Ferries usually run between the resort of Galdin Quay and the capital of Accordo , Altissia , but when Noctis Lucis Caelum and his party try to board the ferry they find it is not running. Noctis later finds a secret harbor with a boat belonging to King Regis , the royal vessel , which they can use to get to Altissia. Noctis steers the boat alone after he awakens in Angelgard in Chapter 14. The Windows and Royal Editions make the vessel playable.

The city modeled after real-world Venice, Altissia, has many gondolas the party can hitch a ride in, as well as various ships in its vicinity, some of which get later sucked into Leviathan's whirlpool.

In Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis , Ignis Scientia steers a speed boat.

The party riding the royal vessel.

Final Fantasy XVI [ ]

Two named sea vessels feature in the story: Cid and Mid's The Enterprise , a new type of ship propelled by mythril engines, making it the fastest ship on Valisthea , and the Kingdom of Waloed's flagship The Einherjar . Both are massive galleys, the Enterprise with red sails and the Einherjar with gray.

The Enterprise.

Final Fantasy Tactics [ ]

After being trapped by the forces of the Cardinal Delacroix at the Clockwork City of Goug , Ramza Beoulve and his party travel by ship to the Port City of Warjilis . The boat is never actually seen, and the movement is shown only as a regular path going over the ocean. A few masts can be seen in the background when Delita Heiral confronts Ramza.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest [ ]

Mac's ship [ ].

FFMQ Captain Mac's Ship

The sailing ship of Captain Mac , which also serves as a dungeon. After being rescued, Mac lends Benjamin his ship so that he and Phoebe can sail to the base of the Focus Tower .

Final Fantasy Legend II [ ]

Echigoya's ship [ ].

Echigoya's ship serves as a dungeon, its station in the harbor in Edo World. Echigoya smuggles bananas (opium in the Japanese version) into Edo with his ship.

Final Fantasy Legend III [ ]

FFLIII Ferryboat

Shipwrecks can be found in the past, present, and the future of the World across the Seafloor. Once the party arrives in Pureland, the party is force to use ferryboats to ferry between continents since the Talon cannot cross the ocean upon arrival.

Final Fantasy Dimensions [ ]

A Pirate Ship is dock at the port of Capo , the party uses this ship to travel to Pirate Island so they can meet the boss of the pirates.


Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light [ ]

I've prepared a boat for you outside the city. Remember, it can only land on beaches. Thauzand

Thauzand supplies Jusqua with a ship so that he can chase the Sorcerer . The ship can land on the beach where the player can get on and off the ship. The ship is gone after the darkness engulfs the world.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles [ ]

Ffcc boat

The Ferryman Tristan takes the party to several locations via boat, including across the Jegon River, Lynari Island and Mount Kilanda.

Final Fantasy All the Bravest [ ]

The party uses an unnamed boat to cross the sea and battles monster aboard the ship when crossing the sea on the South Figaro Sea.

World of Final Fantasy [ ]

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Update:  October, 2023

WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS!   We are open for taking charter and class reservations on a limited basis now for dates after November 1, 2023.

We are now booking our New Fairline Phantom 46 Motor Yacht beginning 11/1.

Update:  July, 2023

G etting Ready to Celebrate a New Beginning!

We are getting there! As we get closer to reopening our Charter and School operations we want to thank everyone again for all the support over the last nine months! As we said right after the storm we look forward to celebrating our 40th Anniversary with all of you later this year and throughout 2024 and we are getting closer to that goal! We plan to have a very much scaled-down operation returning by October/ November, 2023! We can't wait to see all of you again. Please keep us in mind when you make any future boating plans!

Thank you for your patience and understanding!  We look forward to seeing you ALL again soon!

Update:  April, 2023

Thank you all for your continued prayers and support!  As I wrote in January, we are in the process of rebuilding and making great progress!  We will be adding a new vessel to the fleet on May 1, 2023!  The Silverton 43 is a gorgeous double-cabin, double-head motor yacht with twin engines and generator.  She is beautifully decorated and will please the entire crew when you take her out on your next charter!  We will be posting photos, rates an availability in late April.  Stay tuned!

We will also be adding several other new yachts to the fleet in the months ahead and will be sending out "Berth Announcements" as those vessels join our program.  We also have several boats that were in the fleet prior to the storm that are undergoing repairs and should be ready to cruise by Fall, 2023!

As soon as we have boats available we will again begin to offer our sail and power courses.  As we stated earlier this year, we plan to be up and running to celebrate our 40th Anniversary in 2024.  Please join us then!

Update:  March 2023

Making it Home: Navigating the Road to Recovery

I have been watching various interviews with Benjamin Hall, the Fox News reporter who was almost killed in Ukraine one year ago when several bombs hit the car that he and his colleagues were riding in. His two colleagues died and Benjamin sustained serious injuries, including losing one leg and his foot on the other leg. He has a new book out now entitled: “SAVED: A War Reporter's Mission to Make it Home”. 

In the book he describes what happened to him, gives kudos to the people who helped get him to safety following the blast and his journey through recovery and finally making it home to his family. Each time I have heard Ben speak about his experience I have been moved by his courage, humility and positive attitude. What kept him going? He says that from the moments after the attack and all through his surgeries (at least 20 so far) he just kept his focus on going home. "Home" for him was back to England to be with his wife and three young daughters ages 3, 5 and 7! His strength and his optimism have inspired me even more to be grateful for all that we have been through the last six months after surviving Hurricane Ian. 

While we lost our physical home, we have been on a journey to make it to a spiritual "home," if you will. That home would be a place of peace knowing that we had done everything we could to repair, renew and rebuild. How can we be grateful for a disaster that took our home, our cars, our boats and severely damaged our business? First of all, we survived! We, along with friends who were staying with us, all of our pets and our neighbors, emerged the day after the storm with stories to tell, but only a few scrapes and scratches. Moreover, we have a new appreciation for simplifying our life by doing without all the "stuff" we thought we needed to be happy.

Since September 28, 2022 there have been many extremely difficult and frustrating moments working through the repairing, replacing and rebuilding process to be sure. However, through the pain and heartache we have received many blessings that we never expected. We received cards and emails of support as well as donations to our GoFundMe page from friends as well as from people we don't even know. As I tell everyone who has reached out to us, their support has meant more that they know.

Six months ago I could not have imagined where the road from this disaster would take us. Now that we are seeing light at the end of the tunnel we are once again excited about the future. Having weathered the physical, mental and emotional storms that the Hurricane brought we know now that there is nothing we can't overcome. Of course there are many more challenges ahead, but we have faith that the good will outweigh the bad as we move forward. Personally, I no longer listen to the naysayers. Those are the people who bring only negative energy into our world. By focusing on the positive steps forward we are ensuring that we stay motivated toward reaching our goals and rebuilding our lives. My motto throughout this process has been to "take a step forward each week." There were times when those positive steps were few and far between; however, each time we were successful we celebrated! Whether it was closing out one insurance claim, purchasing a car or finally getting our office phones repaired as we did just last week, each victory was a step closer to being "home."

Everyone goes through difficult times in their life. We are not the only ones who have faced a disaster like a hurricane. There are thousands of people dealing with their own "storms" each and every day. Whether you are facing an illness, the death of a loved one, a natural disaster or anything else you can navigate your way home through hard work and a positive attitude. Getting "home" may mean different things to different people. Some people may be working toward better health or a better relationship or even more financial security. If you are facing challenges in your life, continue to navigate the road to recovery with a hard work and a positive attitude and you will make it "home" as well.

Update:  January 2023

A New Year's Resolution:  Recover, Rebuild and Reopen!

This is a New Year like no other at Southwest Florida Yachts. This is typically the time when we all make those resolutions to lose weight, exercise more, read more books or spend more time with family. For all of us here at SFY our Resolution is much simpler. Our resolution involves the three R's - Recover, Rebuild and Reopen!

More than 90 days after the storm we are still in the Recovery mode. Many of us are still working with insurance companies, working to save property and belongings and trying to put the infrastructure of our lives back together such as shelter, cars, phones and computers to name a few. We are still waiting for sunken boats to be removed and for mounds of debris to be hauled away. It is no easy task to recover from the worst Hurricane Florida has ever seen and I know that many of you may not understand the scope of the devastation in our area. Nor do some people realize that the recovery continues long after the photos fade from the pages of the newspapers and the nightly news.

Personally I have been shocked by some of the negative email comments that I have received. I won't share any of those posts here as this is a message of Hope for the future. Thankfully, the overwhelming majority of you have offered your kind words of support to all of us at SFY. However, a small minority have used email and social media to criticize us for the time it is taking to rebuild and reopen. As hurtful as it is to see these comments, I try to focus on the positive.

We have worked every day since September 28, 2022 to put one foot in front of the other and move forward both personally and professionally. It only takes a few hours to lose everything in your life; however, I now know that it can take months and perhaps years to work through the recovery process.

Nothing about this disaster has been easy and I would not wish such devastation on anyone. Make no mistake however; this is not about gaining sympathy for our plight. As I write this, tornados have killed many people in the South and have destroyed communities. Disastrous weather has impacted the West Coast for weeks now with flooding, mudslides and wind damage. The Northeast recently experienced life-threatening conditions during a blizzard and record snowfall. We are not the only ones who have ever suffered from a disaster and will not be the last.

The second "R" of our Resolution is for Rebuilding. We have already begun the rebuilding process in earnest. Our Nautical Boutique opened on November 20, 2022, but without flooring. Sometimes you have to improvise! Water intrusion made it necessary to take up our floors, but fortunately for us cement floors are very popular these days! In fact, most customers do not even notice the missing laminate flooring. They are just happy that we are open! While our Charter and School operations have not reopened; we hope to have our office operational soon. It has taken much longer than expected to put all of the pieces of the business back together. I may have been overly optimistic when I said that we would be open by now. Until one goes through something like this I don't think anyone could imagine time, energy and resources that it takes to successfully chart a course to a brighter future. We are navigating our way forward every day!

We are also working to Rebuild our fleet! As many of you know, two vessels sank and many others have varying degrees of damage. Some of the yachts we hope to have back in service within months; however, for others the repairs will take longer. As SOON as we have a better handle on the repair timeline we will let everyone know which boats will be back and when they will be in service. You can imagine how overloaded the repair facilities are now with thousands of vessels needing work. We are still working through the repair process.

Finally, we do plan to Reopen! As we said right after the storm we look forward to celebrating our 40th Anniversary with all of you later this year and throughout 2024! We can't wait to see all of you again and we want to thank you in advance for supporting us with your future boating plans. Please watch our website for details on booking boats for charters and classes!

We know the road ahead will continue to be challenging, but we are committed to coming back better than ever!

Welcome to Beautiful Southwest Florida!

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How much does it cost to charter a yacht?

There are many things to consider and first time charterers can be left confused, that's why we've created a comprehensive guide to yacht charter prices (with a checklist).

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The good news: It’s easy to grasp the basics of yacht charter pricing. And with one of our experts in your corner, we can help you more accurately estimate the cost of your next once-in-a-lifetime vacation.

The cost of a yacht charter is dependent on a number of factors, including the type of yacht, the charter destination, local taxes, and the base cost. (If the yacht has a celebrity owner, well that too, can add to the cost.)

Therefore, yacht charters have a wide range of base prices. That’s why charters can cost from $10,000 per week on smaller sailing yachts and catamarans, up to $150,000+ per week on the most luxurious motor superyachts.

What else can you expect to pay? This overview – a part of our planning resource, the Charter Advice Guide – offers an in-depth look at charter yacht costs.

Yacht Charter Price Structure: “All-Inclusive” vs “Plus Expenses”

In the world of yachting, two types of crewed yacht charters are available to you – “All-Inclusive” and “Plus Expenses” charter experiences. What do these terms mean exactly? Here’s a quick look:

  • All-Inclusive Yacht Charters – Some charters (mainly catamaran and monohull charters in the Virgin Islands) offer all-inclusive rates. That means rates are based on the number of guests, and they include all food and drink, water sports, and fuel costs. Dockage and taxes, though, are usually charged separately.
  • Plus Expenses Charters – Rates for larger motor yachts do not include running expenses, which must be paid separately. For these luxury charters, the base price is for the yacht only. Additional expenses, i.e. food, bar, fuel, dockage, port taxes, and other expenses, are charged separately. Most frequently, the running expenses are paid by an Advance Provisioning Allowance, or APA, which is typically 35% of the base price; this is an amount that’s paid prior to the charter.

Our chart below offers a quick overview of what’s included in both of these types of charters.

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Average Yacht Charter Cost: Base Prices

What can you expect to pay for a catamaran, a sailing vessel, or motored yacht? Here’s a quick overview of the average cost to rent a yacht (not including extra expenses) for the most common types available:

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Average Weekly Catamaran Charter RatesCatamaran
Average Weekly Motor Yacht Charter RatesMotor Yachts

Factors that Affect Yacht Charter Prices

Since charter yachts are privately owned, prices are set by the owner. This can explain, in part, the wide range of differences in price between boats of similar lengths. Yet, several other factors can significantly impact price, including:

  • The Yacht – The year the boat was built, the builder, previous owners, and the boat’s selection of water toys can also increase the cost of a yacht. Boats can also develop a reputation, i.e. the largest or most luxurious, or having a famous builder or previous owner. Reputation can also affect pricing.
  • Season – Prices typically increase in the high season – i.e. high summer in the Mediterranean or winter in the Caribbean – and decrease in low seasons.
  • Destination – Your charter destination also plays a role in charter cost. For example, prices increase in areas without large charter fleets (i.e. the Galapagos), whereas Bahamas yacht charters,   BVI charters , or Mediterranean yacht charter are priced more competitively.

Additional Costs Considerations on Yacht Charter

In addition to the cost associated with running the yacht and provisioning, there are a number of other costs that must be considered. These are the most significant:

Advanced Provisioning Allowance

The APA on Plus Expenses charters equals roughly 35% of the yacht’s base price. This is a fee that’s collected prior to charter, and it’s similar to an expense account the captain can access during the charter. At the end of the charter, you will receive a detailed accounting of your APA account, plus any unused APA funds in cash.

In the case of overages, you may be required to replenish the APA account during the charter. This can be done with cash, although many choose to set up accounts with their charter brokers , which can be accessed if requested by the captain.

Taxes and Value Added Tax (VAT)

Most boats – whether all-inclusive or Plus Expenses – will not include local taxes or a Value Added Tax into their charter rate. The charterer will be responsible for paying those taxes. Taxes range significantly by destination; here’s a look at some of yachting’s most popular destinations:

  • The Bahamas – Tax: 4% plus 10% VAT
  • BVI – Tax: between $6 and $16 per person per day, depending on the flag of the boat
  • Croatia – VAT: 13%
  • Florida – Tax: 6% for Broward County, 7% for Miami-Dade County
  • France – VAT: 20%, however, 10% can be applied when an itinerary includes International Waters
  • Greece – VAT: 12%
  • Italy – VAT: 22%, however 6.6% (over 24m) and 8.8% (under 24m) can be applied when an itinerary includes International Waters
  • Montenegro – NO VAT
  • New England – NO TAX
  • Spain – VAT: 21%
  • Turkey – NO VAT

Charterers can purchase cancellation and curtailment insurance – which is similar to traveler’s insurance. This insurance can help cover costs if a charterer must cancel or shorten the charter. Charter brokers can help you weigh insurance options, and often offer several different options.

Crew Gratuity

While crew gratuity is certainly not mandatory, it is recommended, particularly if you were truly impressed with your charter experience. In general, crew gratuity is roughly 15-20% of the base charter rate, which is handed to the captain at the conclusion of your charter.

Delivery Fees

While these fees do not apply on most charters, you may be asked to pay delivery costs if you are not chartering in the yacht’s normal cruising ground. In most cases, you will only be required to cover the fuel for the trip.

Call Worldwide Boat today to learn more. Our Charter Specialists are here to assist you with every detail and explain all charter costs. Or read our Charter Advice guide for more information and tips for planning your charter vacation.

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Additional Charter Cost FAQs

What are standard private charter yacht prices?

There are a number of factors that affect charter yacht pricing. However, on average, a week-long private yacht charter costs anywhere from $10,000 on luxurious sailing yachts and catamarans, and up to $150,000 for superyachts.

What affects charter yacht prices?

There are several things that influence how much your yacht charter will cost. The type of vessel, charter destination, length of trip, base cost, time of year, and local taxes all make a difference.

How much does it cost for a crewed vessel?

Charter yacht prices do increase when hiring a crew along with the boat. At Worldwide Boat, we offer two types of crewed charter experiences: all-inclusive and plus expenses. An all-inclusive charter yacht includes accommodation for all guests, food and drink, water sport activities, and fuel costs – dockage fees and taxes are charged separately. A plus expenses experience accounts for just the yacht’s base price. Things like food, drinks, fuel, dockages, taxes, and other expenses are charged separately and are usually estimated to be about 35% of the base price.

What’s included in all-inclusive boat charters?

At Worldwide Boat, your all-inclusive charter experience includes a diligent and friendly crew, water toys, food, drinks, fuel, water and electric services, and occasionally diving experiences.

What are some additional charter boat costs to consider?

After finding a base price you’re comfortable with and evaluating your package, you’ll also want to consider delivery fees, crew gratuity, insurance fees, taxes, and Advanced Provisioning Allowance rates. If you are responsible for these fees, your crew will handle the necessary transactions on your behalf.

What does it cost to rent a 100- foot yacht charter?

This depends on what type of vessel you’re looking at and how long you’ll need it for. The average weekly cost of a 100-foot sailing yacht is between $50,000-100,000. A weekly 80-foot catamaran charter runs around $40,000-100,000, and a week-long 100-foot motor yacht rental is anywhere between $50,000-80,000.

Does the price to rent a yacht change depending on what type of boat it is?

Yes. Worldwide Boat offers sailing yachts, catamarans, and motor yachts. All of these vessels have different capabilities, but there are other factors that determine the price beyond what type of boat you choose. The year the boat was built, owner, availability of water toys, onboard amenities, and the ship’s reputation can all change how much the ship is priced at.

When is the high season for yacht charters?

The price of a yacht fluctuates depending on the season. A Mediterranean yacht charter cost rises in the summer and drops in the winter, whereas Caribbean boat charter prices are high during the winter and lower in the summer months.

How does my destination affect charter yacht cost?

The more remote an area is, the more expensive it will be to charter a yacht there. That’s because prices go up in areas that have fewer boats. If you were to travel somewhere like the Galapagos, which isn’t a typical yacht destination, you’d pay more than you would if you were traveling to the Caribbean.

How much do I tip the crew when reviewing my yacht charter expenses?

It’s not required that you tip your crew, but it is recommended and appreciated. If you had an enjoyable experience it’s considered polite to tip your crew anywhere from 15-20% at the end of your charter.

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