New England beckons you to explore all it has to offer with its majestic lighthouses, charming maritime villages, and rich history. This Northeastern region of the United States, bordered by a picturesque coastline, is a blend of iconic landscapes and breathtaking coastlines. It is the ideal location for a luxury yacht charter due to its distinct patchwork of tales spanning from the colonial era to the present day. Imagine yourself and your loved ones sailing through these idyllic waters, letting the gentle waves lead you to New England’s best-kept secrets. Simultaneously, you will experience the finest white-glove service on the decks of your exclusive New England yacht charter. Here is a sample of what you can expect on your journey:
Newport, Rhode Island is the gateway to the marvels of New England.
Start your journey in Newport, Rhode Island, a shimmering jewel steeped in nautical history. Observe the opulence of the historic residences as you meander through the historic streets of this “seaside city.” As evening approaches, dine at the nation’s oldest restaurant, The White Horse Tavern, and savour authentic New England delicacies before returning to your yacht for a nightcap under the stars.
Day 2: Exploring Nantucket’s treasures
Set sail for Nantucket, an island where ancient legends are whispered. Spend the morning delighting in the tranquil beauty of its protected beaches by taking the tender ashore. In the core of the island, among weathered shingle buildings, you’ll find upscale boutiques and lively art galleries, making for a pleasant afternoon stroll. A late lunch at The Nautilus is an exceptional experience for seafood connoisseurs, with dishes that honour the island’s bounty. Your personal chef will create a gourmet meal for you to enjoy at the end of the day.
Day three: Martha’s Vineyard, where elegance and history collide
Edgartown, located on Martha’s Vineyard, is renowned for its aristocratic elegance. Take a leisurely stroll while observing the Greek Revival architecture that reflects the town’s whaling history. Visit the Vincent House and the Old Whaling Church to delve into the intriguing history of the town. Indulge in a gourmet dinner at Alchemy, where traditional dishes are served with a contemporary spin, as the sun sets.
Day 4: Provincetown, Cape Cod, a cultural melting pot
Provincetown is located at the southernmost point of Cape Cod. This town has long been a haven for artists, writers, and the LGBTQ+ community due to its bohemian character. Explore the Pilgrim Monument, which commemorates the first landfall of the Mayflower Pilgrims. Dine at The Canteen, which is renowned for its lobster rolls and vibrant atmosphere.
Fifth day: Portland, Maine, a breathtaking coastal conclusion
Your charter New England voyage concludes in Portland, Maine, a city where the old and new coexist harmoniously. The Portland Museum of Art and the historic Old Port district, with its cobblestone pathways and 19th-century warehouses, are two places to visit. For lunch, head to Fore Street, which offers a farm-to-table experience that captures the essence of New England flavours, before taking the final sunset excursion along the breathtaking coastline.