Superyacht destination guides
Yacht agents are vital shore-side members of any superyacht crew. As such, we have spoken to local agents, charter brokers and superyacht personnel to create a series of superyacht destination guides for captains, guests, owners and crew, with information on cruising popular yachting destinations around the world.
Yachting Pages' Superyacht Destination Guides offer information on climate, berthing and fueling as well as shore-side excursions, location highlights and crew hangouts. Visit each guide below to find out how to make the best of your next trip.
Mallorca has long been a favourite Mediterranean destination with holidaymakers and yachties alike, well equipped to deal with the increasing numbers of superyachts, with ample marine infrastructure, stunning scenery and a thriving city culture.
Despite the small area of the seven main islands, the Canary Islands are a popular year-round destination for yachts, with very diverse landscapes, including long sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs, deserts and more.
Italy is a romantic yachting destination of astounding natural beauty, with a coastline bursting with beautiful towns and capacious marinas, and plenty of marine facilities and space for the world’s superyacht fleet.
Totalling more than 6,000km, the Croatian coastline is one of the most indented in the Mediterranean. Ample natural bays, secret coves, beautiful beaches and over 1,000 individual islands makes it the ideal destination to explore from the water.
With unspoilt interiors and dramatic mountain scapes slipping into the azure waters of the Adriatic, it’s no surprise that an increasing number of superyachts are making the journey to cruise beautiful Montenegro...
With local agents reporting a notable increase in the number of superyachts calling in to Gibraltar, the area has seen itself transformed from a key superyacht bunkering port to a well-rounded yachting destination in itself.
640 miles from the next piece of land, and fitting into just 21 square miles, Bermuda is capable of berthing some of the world’s largest superyachts and offers much more than just duty-free fuel.
As the sunshine state, yachting and Florida go hand-in-hand. The Atlantic coast remains a firm favourite with the superyacht set for its year-round sunshine, pristine waters and buzzing street cultures.
Encompassing six states, New England is steeped in maritime history from its Northern tip in Maine to its end at the far point of Long Island, Montauk and offers beautiful cruising conditions throughout the year.
A Caribbean island of two halves, with two very different cultures, St Martin and St Maarten offer guests and crew a great yachting destination in one destination stopover.
Located only 1,750km from the north-eastern coast of Australia and 1,000km west of Fiji, Vanuatu is a South-Pacific country made up of 83 islands that stretch 1,300 kilometres, with a glorious tropical climate.
With over 10,000km of coastline, the east and west coasts of Mexico offer visiting yachts numerous cruising attractions, with some unique sights.
Set in the Bay of Bengal in Southeast India, the Andaman Islands offer superyacht guests deserted, virgin islands – each one appearing more spectacular than the last.
Yacht agents tips
Yacht agents are located in almost any coastal country, and are essential for any successful superyacht cruise, offering a wide range of support services. Making the most of your yacht agent can be crucial to your journey.