New England Yacht Charter

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.



Welcome to New England, where America’s yachting tradition originated. Follow the cobblestone streets to many towering lighthouses that light up breathtaking scenery. Dazzled by opulent mansions, beautiful beaches, vineyards and attractive nightlife, Denison Yachting has subsequently orchestrated the yachting adventure of a lifetime. A luxury charter that boasts a great many activities for active people of all ages. First stop, Newport!


Block Island

Block Island has a great deal to share with you, get the day started with laid-back vibes on white sandy beaches and untouched seaside views. This Island is the perfect place to relax and unwind or explore the island with exotic wildlife at virtually every turn along the Greenway Trail system. Stop passed Abrams Animal Farm and the Lewis-Dickens Farm to visit the many camels, llamas, pygmy goats, black swans, red kangaroos and much more.



Nantucket is one of the most unique and stunning places in Cape Cod, filled with windswept beaches, lighthouses and charming cobblestone streets. Class, culture and undeniable style describe the island of Nantucket, an absolute highlight destination this summer. The Topper’s Waterfront restaurant comes highly recommended, not only for it’s incredible cuisine, but for the magnificent views of the little village of Siasconset.


Martha's Vineyard

You can not go to New England without making a stop at Martha’s Vineyard. A popular vacation destination for the presidential family and a favorite amongst the yachting community. Martha’s Vineyard debuted in the feature film “Jaws” directed by Steven Spielberg, making this town a household name and setting off the island’s transformation from remote haven of artists and hippies to high-profile haunt of celebrities.



Known as the ‘All-American City’ and home to a handful of award-winning restaurants, world-class beaches, countless outdoor activities and a unique Cape Cod shopping experience. Take full advantage of a great summer day with an arsenal of water sports and equipment available aboard. If you’d prefer to keep both feet on dry land, you can visit the Main Street museum where a statue of young JFK striding barefoot welcomes you to a more intimate take on the thirty-fifth president of the United States.


Elizabeth Islands

The Elizabeth Islands are a small group of islands that extend southwest from the Cape Cod peninsula. The island group consists of seven main islands and about a half-dozen islets, with Buzzards Bay to the north and Vineyard Sound to the south. Cuttyhunk is a highlight destination for fishing as the waters are superb for an excursion and there are some serious world records held by the striped bass in this area. The only catch is Cuttyhunk is a dry island, which means there is no alcohol served on the island. Ask your crew to serve you drinks on the sundeck as the sun goes down or set up a lovely beach picnic with delicious cocktails.


Hadley's Harbor

Hadley’s Harbor is the perfect location to drop the anchor and relax all day or go wild on any of the exciting water toys available. This is also a great opportunity to travel by tender to Bull Island, owned by the Forbes family, who have kept this area in immaculate condition.

Gaze out at the beach and let the sounds of the crashing waves lull you into total relaxation or venture to the nearby Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, this non-profit organization is dedicated to exploring and researching the ocean.



Welcome back to Newport where your adventure began! If you missed out on exploring the harbor, this is your chance to take the tour. Be amazed by the island’s historic waterfront and its spectacular views or get a taste of New England’s delicious cuisine at the restaurants on Bannister’s Wharf while you stare at a coast line dotted with yachts. Take in the stunning backdrop of Newport mansions and landscapes before your journey comes to an end.