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New England Yacht Charter

New England, covering the entire northeast, has always been the playground of presidents and poets. Its gingerbread coastal towns and friendly people cater to sailors and those who want to get away from the day-to-day big city life. A New England Yacht Charter is the ideal solution to unwind from the stress of the city and finally enjoy.

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DAY 1: Embark in Newport

Known as the "city by the sea," Newport, Rhode Island has a centuries-old tradition of yachting and sailing. To give your stay here the edge you have been looking for, attend the Newport Folk or Jazz Festivals, where you listen to music as you cruise along the famous harbor. Experience the famous Cliff Walk, a 3.5-mile path that traces the edge of the sea and gives you a spectacular view of New England at its finest.

In addition to the beautiful landscapes and historic mansions, Newport shines as as a seaside culinary hotspot, with chefs creating exquisite dishes from the region's freshest local fish and seafood.

DAY 2: Newport to Block Island

Just 23 miles off the Rhode Island coast, you will come across Block Island. Rather than bright lights and towering high rises akin to larger cities, you will only find well-preserved Victorian houses and understated New England architecture.

Here you can appreciate the timeless beauty and history of New England as you picnic along the bike trail. Visit the charming lighthouses and take in the fresh breezes as the waves meet the sand from atop the neighboring bluffs.

DAY 3: Block Island to Nantucket

The island of Nantucket, a destination that whales frequently migrate to, boasts vast stretches of dunes and sea grass. Its charming and elegant atmosphere has led poets such as Robert Frost to dwell on its ambiance. Visit the whaling museum to learn about the whaling industry in the 18th and 19th centuries. Explore the inner harbor or stop at Wauwinet Inn for a relaxing drink on the veranda. Don't miss the famous Club Car, a Pullman coach and cozy Nantucket institution at the former train station, where you'll enjoy continental cuisine and live piano music.

DAY 4: Nantucket to Martha's Vineyard

Several presidents have resided in beautiful Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard, and that is for good reason. Edgartown is the oldest town in "the Vineyard," and here you will find yachts belonging to some very prominent people or prior centuries.

A picturesque lighthouse entrance, sandy beaches, and an unbeatable classic charm form Edgartown's quaint and neighborly personality. Enjoy a round of golf at Farm Neck Golf Club or take the ‘Chappy Ferry’ across to Chappaquidic Island. 

DAY 5: Martha's Vineyard to Boston

After you pass the Elizabeth Islands is the famous Boston Harbor. Get ready for an unforgettable experience in one of the most interesting cities in the world. The Freedom Trail spans more than 2 miles and includes 16 essential historical sites.

The famous Museum of Fine Arts is one of the oldest art institutions in the country. Boston is also packed with outdoor spaces, including the gorgeous Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway.

DAY 6: Boston to Provincetown, Cape Cod

Located on the extreme tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown packs a big punch filled with stunning harbor views, vibrant culture, and eclectic, lively tourists. Hit Commercial Street for some shopping, then spend the afternoon and evening in the galleries.

"Ptown" is vibrant at all hours of the day and offers the summer vacationer everything from excellent cuisine and theatre to amazing sandy dune beaches and seaside strolls.  

DAY 7: Provincetown to Newport

After breakfast, it is back to Newport. Now you might understand why poets and other artists have adored this place. Disembark the boat, stroll along the waterfront, and the relish in the memories you have created for years to come. 

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