Cruise around the Med

Dreaming of an endless summer? Book your end of season yacht charter today

We are now halfway through the summer season and a cruise around the Med is still very much appealing.

Fortunately, we do still have limited availability on some of our best yachts and if you book now there’s still time to plan your dream charter adventure before summer runs away with itself.

Whether you’re lusting after the sparkling parties of Cannes and Saint Tropez on the Côte d’Azur, the Dolce Vita experience along Italy’s timeless Amalfi Coast, or unstructured days island hopping around the Greek islands under sail, chartering a yacht in the Med affords you the ultimate freedom to do as you please. Sailing or motoring? Windsurfing or sea-bobbing? Help-yourself al fresco lunches or ten course fine dining banquets? With your own yacht charter, the choice is yours.

Explore the vibrant markets, ancient ruins and unspoilt beaches of the Croatian coastline on Phoenix 2, or spend your holidays off the Amalfi Coast and Capri with Bleu De Nîmes, which can accommodate 28 guests. For something different, chartering Deep Blue II will land you in tiny hidden citadels and pure sandy beaches around the islands of Sardinia and Corsica, where the best of French and Italian cultures merge into one.

Our curated selection of charter yachts are strategically placed around the Mediterranean waters this summer, offering something for all tastes and desires. Bookings are filling up fast, but there is still time to book your dream charter experience while the weather is at its best.

Stuck for where to go? Read on to see where the best find superyachts are available this summer, and book yours before it’s too late.

Island hop around Croatia and Greece

Phoenix 2

90m | €1,000,000 per week | Croatia

Cruise Croatia aboard this Art Deco-inspired yacht, which is the height of on-the-water opulence and retro New York glamour reminiscent of The Great Gatsby. With a hammam and extensive wellness centre onboard, outdoor and indoor cinemas, three swimming pools and a Steinway grand piano, it doesn’t get more magnificent than this.

Available in Croatia from 4th September onwards


49.90m | from €185,000 p/w | Greece

Designed by and built for iconic fashion designer Giorgio Armani, chartering MARIU is an ultra-chic way to make a splash this summer. The yacht is infinitely glamorous, with contemporary, minimal interiors and touches like a 200-bottle wine cellar leaving no doubt about the owner’s aesthetic.

Available from 24 Aug-10 Sept in Athens and 22 Sept in Athens/ Greece


32m | from €72,000 p/w | Greece

An aesthetically flawless sailing yacht which can accommodate up to eight guests, CROSSBOW is the ultimate in high-performance superyacht charter this season. This is a great yacht to explore the Greek islands en famille.

Available September 1 – 12 between Corfu and Athens

To discover more about cold water cruising with Edmiston, read here.

Experience the Italian Dolce Vita

Bleu De Nîmes

72.25m | €430,000 p/w | Capri

If ever there was a reason to find yourself in Capri at the height of the glorious Italian summer, surely it should be to board this magnificent motor yacht. With room for up to 28 guests on board and almost as many staff, Bleu De Nîmes is the ideal charter for exploring some of Italy’s most magical islands and hilltop villages, then partying on deck ‘til the small hours.

Available from 5th August in Italy to 23rd August in Capri


48.30m | from €220,000 p/w | Italy and France

A pedigree yacht dripping in opulence, luxury, and high-quality craftmanship, PARILLION is nothing if not extravagant. Look out for the spectacular Swarovski spiral staircase by Crystal Caviar with changeable mood lighting, the self-playing piano, and his and her bathrooms, walk in wardrobes and more. The 3.5m long swimming pool with a waterfall is the cherry on the cake.

Available from 4th September in the south of France to 15th September in Amalfi

Cruise the French Riviera

Lady Jorgia

74m | from €750,000 p/w | South of France

Catch the late August sun on the glittering French Riviera on LADY JORGIA, a palatial five-deck motor yacht with a private terrace, bottom-glassed pool and onboard spa. The enormous fold out Beach Club featuring an espresso bar and outdoor massage area are just some of the things that make her a dream charter experience.

Available from the 26th August onwards in the south of France

Arbema 72m

72m | from €580,000 p/w | South of France and West Mediterranean

Brand new on the charter scene, ARBEMA 72 comes with some of the best amenities of any yacht in her class: a swimming pool, jacuzzi, extensive toy box, beach club and ample entertaining space are just some of the perks.

Available from 18-24 August in the South of France and from 2 September in the West Mediterranean

Arbema 50m

50m | from €170,000 p/w | South of France

Chartering ARBEMA means an action packed holiday, with jetskis, seabobs (high speed underwater scooters) and a slide into the water. The newly refurbished sleeps twelve, and has plenty of spots for chilling with friends in the super-size jacuzzi, sunpads, bar and barbecue lounge.

Available 4-22 Sept in the south of France


30.75m | from €70,000 p/w | France

Six-person superyacht GALENA is on the charter market for the very first time, boasting state-of-the-art interiors, a jacuzzi, swimming platform and multiple toys, tender and towables. With a cruising speed of 10 knots, she will keep travelling in the utmost comfort whatever the weather.

Available September 5-18 in the South of France

Enjoy the Spanish coastline


57m | from €425,000 p/w| France and Spain

Sleek and minimal motor yacht HALO is all about wellness charters, with a specialised crew that includes a personal trainer and a yoga instructor. There’s also an indoor gym and a large sun deck with another pool.

Available 7 – 23 September in Spain

Discover Corsica, Sardinia and beyond


49.80m | from €150,000 | France, Corsica and Sardinia

Combining high-performance sailing capabilities with classic elegance, SILENCIO is the dream charter for those who love to feel the wind in their sails without compromising on luxury. With rare availability off some of the Mediterranean’s finest sailing destinations this summer, charter guests have the chance to join the regatta circuit or just enjoy pootling around. SILENCIO can accommodate 10 guests, and has ample space for sunbathing and dining al fresco.

Available from 22nd August in Corsica and Sardinia

Deep Blue II

43.80m | from €135,000 p/w | Italy and France

A perennial favourite among seasoned charterers, DEEP BLUE II is endlessly flexible. Her cabins can be arranged to sleep ten guests in various different configurations, her zero speed stabilisers mean optimum on-board comfort whether cruising or at anchor, and the jacuzzi, sun deck and bar mean there’s always plenty going on.

Available August 22 – 31 between Sardinia and Corsica, Naples and Italian and French Rivieras

Go off the beaten track with a charter in New England, USA

Lady Victory

26.82m | from $45,000 p/w | New England, USA

With plenty of space on deck and inside, LADY VICTORY is the ideal charter yacht for relaxing and making yourself feel at home while cruising. There are multiple well-designed communal areas for dining, drinking and relaxing, depending on where your mood takes you.

Available until the end of September in New England.

Get in touch for further information on yacht availability or Mediterranean charters, or to talk to us about where you’d like to go this summer and which yacht fulfils all your wishes.


28 July 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

Beyond the Caribbean: Ten Alternative Destinations for a Winter Charter Holiday

Beyond the Caribbean: Ten Alternative Destinations for a Winter Charter Holiday

Temperatures are dropping, and the lure of some winter sunshine never felt so appealing.

While the sunny shores of the Caribbean, with 700 islands to cruise around, are a favoured option, this winter, how about chartering a yacht somewhere a little different? Gambol around the Indian Ocean with charter yachts available in the Seychelles, Mauritius and all around the magnificent waters of the Maldives too. Further afield, Australia and New Zealand are just approaching their summertime, with adventure holidays and world-class snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. For those keen to get a dose of other cultures and cuisines, why not try Thailand, Indonesia, French Polynesia or even Papua New Guinea for a charter holiday unlike any other.

And if you’ve had your fill of winter sunshine and are craving sub-zero temperatures instead, perhaps a private charter to the Antarctic is for you?

Read on to feel inspired with our top ten alternative charter destinations this winter, and get in touch with one of the team to find out what’s available.

The Seychelles

The 115 islands of this tropical archipelago are a veritable Robison Crusoe dream, with emerald-green waters and dazzling white-sand beaches galore. With the luxury of your own private yacht charter, you can steer clear of the more touristy destinations such as Mahé and Praslin, and head straight for the lesser visited coral atolls of the Outer Islands.

Here, virtually untouched islands are home to unique wildlife, flora and fauna, with the largest population of giant tortoises on the planet. Beneath the surface of the water, the Aldabra Atoll is the world’s second largest coral reef, and you can swim with whale sharks and manta rays at La Digue. The Vallée de Mai nature reserve is also an iconic destination on any charter adventure, having been declared a World Heritage Site.

The Maldives

A luxury hotel might be your first idea when thinking of this chain of pearl-white islands and atolls, ringed with turquoise lagoons and a magnificent coral reef. However, a private yacht charter gives you the freedom to explore uncharted territory, empty beaches and diving spots miles from another person, before returning aboard for your own tailored luxury experience.

There are over 800 uninhabited islands, rich in biodiversity and tropical ecosystems. Westerly Makunudu is a must-visit on any Maldives charter itinerary, along with the secluded coral-white beaches of the islands around Haa Alif Atoll. The South Ari Atoll, on the other hand, has ancient Buddhist and Hindu settlement ruins tucked away and waiting to be discovered.


Often described as the ‘pearl of the Indian Ocean,’ green and verdant Mauritius is a little slice of heaven for both sailing and motor charters. White sandy beaches and calm blue seas – thanks to the protection of a vibrant coral reef – give way to tropical rainforests and mountainous landscapes. The island comes into its own from May to December, with an average temperature of 25°C. Must-visit destinations are the sandy shores of idyllic Flat Island (Ile Plate), the bustling coastal resort of Tamarin, and Grand Baie,nicknamed the “Mauritian Côte d’Azur.”

For those who cruise around the islands and islets of the southeast, stopping off at Ile au Phare and Ile aux Aigrettes along the way is a magical way to soak up the region’s natural beauty. Charters usually begin and end in Port Louis, a cosmopolitan capital where the melting pot of Asian, European and African heritage can be seen in the temples, colourful markets and colonial mansions, as well as their cuisine.


As the Western Hemisphere descends into winter, the heat of Australian summer makes it a fantastic spot for a yacht charter. Spend Christmas and New Year on the beach, and follow in the wake of the world’s most famous explorers as you rediscover tiny islands, tropical coastlines, legendary dive spots and marine life found nowhere else on earth. Then of course you’ve got the Great Barrier Reef, home to 900 islands, 2,900 reefs and 1,500 fish species, which needs no introduction.


Since the 1970s, Thailand has held that boho allure for island-lovers in search of barefoot, laid back charm. Experience this vibe at Koh Samui in the western Gulf of Thailand, or stay in one of the exclusive luxurious resorts of Koh Kood in the northeast of the Gulf.

Though there are still plenty more of these wild and undiscovered corners across the country, you’ll also discover plenty of luxurious destinations on a charter around the picture-postcard beaches of the Andaman Coast. Elsewhere, go scuba diving in the Similan Islands, embark on a family-friendly kayaking adventure amid the distinctive limestone stacks of Phang Nga Bay, or venture to the hideaway islands off the coast of Krabi.

Bali and Indonesia

A yacht charter in Bali affords you the best of all worlds: you can hop between pristine islands (called ‘gilis’ in this part of the world) and soak the spiritual nature of these at the traditional Balinese Hindu ceremonies the temples, party in Kuta and Seminyak, and then retreat to your own private haven for some R&R away from it all.

While on dry land, set off on a day’s hike to explore the active volcano of Mount Bromo, with epic views along the way. Plus, under your own steam, the island of Lombok and its own tiny islands suddenly seem awfully appealing. Beyond Bali, the coastline of Indonesia is a year-round charter destination, with kaleidoscopic turquoise waters and a plethora of deserted beaches to be explored.

French Polynesia

Also known as the Islands of Tahiti, a charter around this part of the South Pacific is the perfect gateway for luxury travel with a healthy dose of adventure. Hundreds of miles from the mainland, fly into Tahiti’s capital, Papeete, and embark on a truly off-grid adventure. Thanks to the protection of the reefs, superyachts can find great anchorage throughout the French Polynesian atolls, regardless of which direction weather is coming from. As well as famous spots like Bora Bora, there are myriad remote atolls with incredibly clear water.

An in-the-know highlight is the passage between the atolls of Fakarava and Rangiroya, where strong currents mean thousands of dolphins swim through to feed in the path on an incoming tide, and will swim right up to you to say hello. For longer charters during the winter months, these southern hemisphere islands also provide an ideal superyacht stop-off on your journey to New Zealand.

New Zealand

The two islands of New Zealand are a paradise for adventure sports, with some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere in the world. Cruise to Auckland, where the excitement for the 2024 America’s Cup is already building among the boating world. After this, head to the subtropical Bay of Islands, known for its golden sandy beaches and natural beauty. Close to Tapeka Point, you’ll find an abundance of wildlife including penguins, dolphins, marlin, whales, gannets and more. On land, food and wine festivals, skydiving and all sorts of adventures await.

Papua New Guinea

Located in the southwest Pacific, the eastern half of New Guinea and its offshore islands are home to beautiful beaches, lapped by emerald waters brimming with vibrant marine life. A country of immense cultural and biological diversity, a charter holiday here makes for a truly unforgettable experience for all the family, immersed in new cultures and environments.

The shallow, crystal clear waters are known for their magnificent coral reefs, and incredible diving and snorkelling can be enjoyed in the Bismarck Archipelago. Inland, you’ll find active volcanoes, dense rainforests and hiking routes such as the Kokoda Trail, passing through traditional tribal villages and silt houses. Though some parts are deemed unsafe for tourists, your captain and crew will escort you to places far away from any tensions.


Last but not least, why not go for a totally unique charter that you’ll never forget and head to the Antarctic, where summer begins in early December. With almost constant sunlight hours and temperatures less punishing than the rest of the year, wildlife is at its most active in these months.

One of the least discovered places on earth, Antarctica is a breathtakingly beautiful frontier for those seeking a real sense of adventure. With a highly professional crew on board, yacht charters will give you unparalleled access to see magnificent ice-scapes and otherworldly glaciers, penguins and their newly hatched chicks, whales, elephant seals and more.

If you’re inspired to take the plunge and head further afield this winter, Edmiston can help with every stage of arranging a dream charter holiday like none you’ve ever experienced. 85-metre Sunrays, 72-metre Bleu de Nîmes and 66-metre Ventum Maris are all heading to the enchanting waters of the Indian Ocean for the season, with many others to follow shortly. Speak to one of our experts and start planning the ultimate off-grid adventure now.


23 September 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier


Caribbean destinations to have on your radar this year

It’s never too early to start planning your winter getaway.

With sparkling turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and coral reefs for snorkelling, the Caribbean islands need no introduction as one of the most magical yachting destinations on the planet. Still, with more than seven thousand islands to choose from for your dream charter holiday, it’s time to start planning your escape to sunnier shores.

Offering year-round sunshine and thousands of uninhabited islands to explore, chartering a yacht in the Caribbean is never far from the top of ultimate wanderlust during the chilly winter months. Temperatures range from around 24°C (75°F) to 32°C (90°F), with the sea averaging a deliciously inviting 27°C (80°F) all year round. The warm and clear waters, less salty than the rest of the Atlantic, are a yachting paradise, with more islands than you can visit in a lifetime.

The largest islands are Cuba and Haiti, followed by Jamaica and Puerto Rico. Below Cuba you’ll find the cluster of Cayman islands, while above it are the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos. The rest of the Caribbean islands – the Lesser Antilles – are broadly separated into the Leeward and Windward islands, named after the prevailing trade winds. A Caribbean charter holiday to the Leeward islands opens the door to hopping around Antigua, Barbuda, Saint Martin and the Virgin Islands, among many others. In the Windward islands, Martinique, Grenada, Saint Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines make for unrivalled sailing, with steady winds and a lively boating atmosphere from December to April.

Edmiston have a fleet of unforgettable yacht charters across the Caribbean seas to suit all tastes and requirements: ArrowAquijoLady BrittMystic and Savannah are all available in the Leeward and Windward islands throughout the winter season (with Savannah also available in Central America), while 93m motor yacht Lady S and Halo both have availability in both the Bahamas and Leeward islands. For smaller groups and families, pedigree sailing yacht Shamanna is available throughout the season in the Caribbean for up to eight guests, and Lady Victory is available in the Bahamas.

From mid-December onwards, Phoenix 2 becomes available, along with Lady Jorgia in the Leeward islands from the 9th January, and Bleu de Nimes from 10th January across the Caribbean. 47.60m Silver Fox has rare availability from early December in the Caribbean and over Christmas (until 27th Dec), and from 10th January. In the Bahamas meanwhile, Lady Victory is available for charter all season, while Grace is available from mid-January. Finally, those who want to get a trip booked in for later in the season should snap up rare Caribbean availability on 56m sailing yacht Asahi, which is available from 18 February to 23 March.

As autumn and winter approach in the western hemisphere and the nights draw in, the Caribbean comes into its own: rainy season usually runs from May to October, meaning the best weather arrives in time for Christmas and New Year holidays. Each of the Caribbean islands has a distinct personality and rich culture, a blend of local traditions and colonial past. These are some of the best corners of the Caribbean to escape to when you just need a long, powerful dose of winter sunshine.


With direct flights from London and many major cities around the world, the vibrant island of Barbados has it all, while still feeling a world away from daily life. Ride horses through the jungle, visit a spice plantation or Mount Gay rum distillery, stroll through bustling towns, and sail to secluded lagoons so picturesque you’ll never want to leave. Be sure to try a flying fish sandwich, a local favourite and the national dish of Barbados.

St Barths

With a hint of French sophistication, St Barths is an exclusive destination for your next yacht charter. The island is known as much for its ultra-chic nightlife, high-end restaurants and designer shopping as it is for its 14 stunning beaches. The season culminates with St Barths Bucket Regatta each March, an epic gathering of superyachts from around the world for several days of racing.


The Bahamas alone have over 700 islands and countless tiny cays, of which many are little more than idyllic sandy stretches. The islands boast excellent marinas for yachts of all sizes, and crystal blue seas made for lazy afternoons snorkelling and swimming. While energetic Nassau is where most charter voyages start and end, the crystal clear waters around Exuma is the place for untouched cays and beaches all to yourselves. Don’t miss the swimming pigs on Major Cay, who swim out to meet boats when they arrive.


Antigua Yacht Club is one of the best known marinas in the world, a perennial favourite among yacht charterers, and Antigua Sailing Week is a highlight on many itineraries. Don’t leave the island without enjoying one of the infamous parties at Shirley Heights. To get away from it all, head to one of the 365 beaches – one for every day of the year.

Virgin Islands

Split into the British, Spanish and United States Virgin islands, this volcanic archipelago of over 60 islands has world-class diving, pristine beaches and endless islands to cruise between. The variety is endless: hike through the rainforest up Sage Mountain on Tortola, snorkel in the protected national park waters off St John, or feast on lobster at one of the excellent dining establishments on the tiny island of Jost Van Dyke before letting loose with a few rum punches at Foxy’s Tamarind Beach Bar.

St Vincent and the Grenadines

Cruise from the bustle of St Vincent to Bequia for wild charm and barefoot beach parties, or head to the exclusive private island for Mustique. Grenada has an international airport and bags of old-fashioned charm. Here, explore the lush cocoa plantations and the vibrant spice markets before cooling off on one of the low-key beaches.

Trinidad and Tobago

As the filming location for much of Pirates of the Caribbean, the Tobago Quays are a dream for snorkelling, island-hopping and long, laid back lunches under straw umbrellas. Inland on the two small islands of Trinidad and Tobago, you’ll find verdant rainforests, mangroves and unique wildlife.

Contact us and start planning your Caribbean winter charter today. Our brokers are available to guide you and ensure your experience is the best one yet.


01 September 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

Edmiston and partners at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022

Edmiston and partners at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022

The countdown has started for the most important event in the yachting calendar, the Monaco Yacht Show 2022

The Monaco Yacht Show 2022 is just around the corner and the Edmiston team and partners are adding the finishing touches to ensure it’s the best show yet.

Jamie Edmiston, our Chief Executive, says: “Monaco is an extremely important location to Edmiston; we have our largest office in Monaco, and this year we have an exceptional lineup of yachts on display within the show. As ever, the Edmiston client experience is at the forefront of all of our activities; I very much hope you enjoy the show.”

Edmiston yachts at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show

Yachts that lead our stellar lineup at this year’s Monaco show include the classic yet contemporary 2001 59.10m Oceanco yacht HELIOS, which is offered in top condition following a major 2022 refit, and the 2010 57.5m Royal Huisman bluewater cruiser TWIZZLE, which is in turn-key condition after it too underwent a thorough refit.

Other yachts bound to impress the crowds at this year’s show include the 2017 53.90m high-performance fully carbon sloop from Baltic Yachts, PINK GIN VI; the 2008 50m Ortona Navi yacht ARBEMA, which is offered both for sale and for charter; and the immaculately maintained 2001 49.80m Perini Navi ketch SILENCIO.

The 1997 48.1m yacht GITANA, fresh from a six-month refit, offers the chance for buyers to get their hands on a classic Feadship, while the 2016 46.79m clean and minimal GIAOLA LU from Bilgin Yachts is an ideal family yacht.

The 2015 46.60m Feadship KISS has been described as one of the best yachts available on the brokerage market today, while the 2019 42.8m go-anywhere yacht AUDACE is an explorer yacht that offers exceptional onboard facilities.

The 2007 43m Benetti BLUE VISION will be showing off the results of a full interior refit in Monaco, while the 2003 42m pedigree Feadship LADY CHARLOTTE is in impeccable condition, ready to cruise the world with a new owner. And, one of the latest members of our brokerage fleet SALVAJE, luxurious and fast world-cruising yacht from a renowned Alloy Yachts shipyard, will allow clients to view her for the very first time since she joined the brokerage market.

Edmiston’s partners at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show

We are also proud to once again partner with some of the best luxury companies in the world, to give our clients a full 360-degree premier yachting experience.

TAG Aviation, the world leader in business aviation, which has operated with Swiss precision for over half a century, is our go-to for charter flights.

More Swiss precision can be found with Montres KF, which surprises the world of Swiss Haute Horlogerie with its ability to tailor its creations to reflect its clients’ imaginations through its truly bespoke customisation.

When it comes to high-end open day boats, chase boats and tenders, look no further than Wajer Yachts, whose Wajer 55, known for its reliability, performance, and industry-leading innovations, will extend the enjoyment of your superyacht.

For interiors, Giobagnara is a brand known for its distinctive, elegantly designed creations that express luxury without ostentation, using the highest standards of craftsmanship in its pieces.

McKinnon & Harris produces high-performance aluminium outdoor furniture for yachts using old-world metalworking techniques, paired with cutting-edge technology, to craft furniture that endures.

Then Château d’Esclans offers a world-class rosé portfolio characterised by elegance and depth, while Exton Park Vineyard can no doubt tempt you with its award-winning English sparkling wines from its 60-acre single vineyard.

For something softer, Moco Juices was founded in Monte Carlo to meet the demands of sophisticated clientele looking for pure products, rich in nutritional elements, to complement a balanced diet. Its range includes a variety of cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices, as well as young coconuts.

Visit the Edmiston Pavilion

Once again, the Edmiston Pavilion, will be located within the Monaco Yacht Club, and will be open to clients looking to make the most of our exclusive experiences.

Our trademark VIP services will also be in operation, and clients can make use of our chauffeured cars and luxury tenders.

If you would like to book an appointment aboard any of our yachts or arrange an exclusive tour, please call your preferred office, or email the Edmiston team at

We look forward to welcoming you to the 2022 Monaco Yacht show.


23 September 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

The best places to visit this summer in the Med

The best places to visit this summer in the Med

For a summer of fun in the sun, with an exciting touch of glamour, there really is no better charter ground than the Mediterranean

Charter territories don’t come more yacht-friendly than the Med, where each year, from April to October, those in the know descend on its well-preened beaches, drop anchor in its glittering sea, and socialise at some of the season’s hottest events – from the Cannes Film Festival to the Monaco Yacht Show.

As well as a warm climate and long days, what the Med offers far more than anywhere else are options. Within a relatively small region there’s a huge choice of culture spots, excellent marine facilities, fashionable beach bars, old world sea-view restaurants, and islands to explore – thousands of them.

So, whether you want to visit sites of antiquity in the Greek Isles, saunter along La Croisette in the French Riviera, or take a gourmet charter in Italy, here are some of the best places to cruise in the Med.


In Italy, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to charter destinations. There’s the Italian Riviera, of course, where you can don your diving gear and discover the life-size bronze statue of Christ of the Abyss in the bay of San Fruttoso or drop anchor in the nearby bright bay of Portofino.

There’s the Amalfi Coast, surely one of the most picturesque coastlines in the world – and one of its most fashionable – where you can hang with the beautiful people at Conca del Sogno, or cruise on to Positano for some of the best food of your life.

And then, of course, there are the Mediterranean jewels of Sardinia and Sicily, with their turquoise seas, secluded coves, and cool, understated sea-terrace restaurants.

This year, there is still a good choice of yachts with availability, from PHOENIX 2, a playful yacht infused with 1930s New York-style glamour (available in the South of France and the Italian Riviera) and MALAHNE – another yacht with vintage appeal, which is available on the Amalfi Coast and in Corsica and Sardinia this season.

New to the charter market, PARILLION is available in Corsica and Sardinia in August, and has a 120 square metre sun deck, ideal for all those long, hot Med days, plus a 3.5m pool in which to cool down.

Meanwhile, DEEP BLUE II has flexible accommodation, making her ideal for family charters, and is available in the Italian Riviera and the South of France.

French Riviera

Nowhere epitomises Med cruising more than the Cote d’Azur, a coastline that has attracted everyone from French royalty to celebrities since the 19th century.

A perennial favourite for good reason, Cannes is the Hollywood starlet of the Riviera, all graceful, glamorous, and endlessly popular.

In Nice there are excellent galleries to browse, such as the Matisse Museum, which houses an unrivalled collection from the painter who settled here in the 1920s.

To hang with the superyacht set, you’ll want to head to Monaco, where the casino of Monte Carlo is hard to resist and you have your pick of the Med’s cruising grounds, with the French Riviera to the west, and the Italian Riviera to the east.

Palatial LADY JORGIA, which has accommodation spread across five decks, is available in the South of France this August, and with her stunning main deck pool and adjoining beach club, she’s a sophisticated yacht that is right at home in the Med.

Brand-new to the charter market, RESILIENCE, available in the West Med in May, is a vision in midnight blue and comes with both fold-down balconies to the full-beam master, and a private terrace to the upper deck VIP, making her ideal for friends chartering together.

This year, VENTUM MARIS, the 65.70m Amels yacht, which is in pristine condition following a €6m refit and comes with both a Jacuzzi tub and a contraflow pool, is available in the South of France and the Italian Riviera in May and July.

Also available in July is the ultimate charter yacht HALO. Her new exceptional wellness-focused crew of 14 includes a personal trainer and a yoga instructor, perfect for charter guests who wish to stay healthy in body and mind while on holiday.

While the world-cruising displacement yacht GALENA offers a stylish and safe sanctuary for guests looking to enjoy a blissful charter experience like no other.


Of course, when it comes to East Med charters, Greece is still the number one choice and it’s easy to see why. As well as countless islands to explore, the sense of history here is seductive, from the ancient charms of places like Paxos, Zante and Corfu, to the archaeological marvels of Athens and the sacred atmosphere of Delos.

But Greece is nothing if not fun. Sure, there are laid-back tavernas where you can buy fish straight from the boat, and chic restaurants with incredible views amid its sugar cube hilltop villages – Santorini is a must – but islands like Mykonos are also proving that Greece can rival the Balearics when it comes to Med party spots.

For a sailing charter with some contemporary flair around the Greek isles this summer, try ROX STAR, which has rock ‘n’ roll touches throughout and is available in Greece in July.

CROSSBOW is another sailing yacht with availability in Greece this summer and comes with a panoramic deck salon and lots of space outside to drink in the scenery.

If you want to get to know the Greek capital of Athens more this summer, then book a charter on VICTORIA A, which is quite possibly the best Perini Navi on the charter market and comes with an enviable list of water toys, including snorkelling and diving equipment, all of which can be accessed from the fold-down transom.


Over in the East Med, Croatia has been gradually gaining favour with charter guests over the past few years.

It has ancient sites to visit – 13th-century Dubrovnik is rightly popular, but don’t miss Diocletian’s Palace in Split, which dates from the 4th century – crystal-clear waters, a coastline dense with olive groves and lemon trees, pretty villages, and myriad isles to explore.

The most popular cruising ground in Croatia is The Dalmatian Coast, a thin section of the Adriatic, which goes from Rab in the north to Kotor in Montenegro, and Zadar, its unofficial entry point, is fast becoming one of the coolest cities in the Med.

If you are looking to charter a yacht in Croatia this summer, then BINA is a 43m yacht that’s been well-equipped with everything you need for a fun-filled charter, including a Jacuzzi fanned by sunpads, a packed toy box – including a water slide – and a gym. Plus, it comes with a master and two full-beam VIPs, making her a good choice for groups of friends. BINA is available in Croatia (or Sicily or the Amalfi Coast) this July.


Spain’s mainland has lots to offer charter guests, from the flashy marina at Puerto Banus in Marbella, to the cultural offerings of Barcelona, and day trips to the historic cities of Granada and Spain.

However, for a summer spent swimming, hiking, diving, and partying in a beautiful island playground, you must head to the Balearics.

Feel the sand in your toes as you dance until dawn in Ibiza, or soak up the easy-going atmosphere of Formentera, which is known as the ‘last Paradise of the Mediterranean’.

DIANE, a well-presented 43m yacht from Benetti, comes with a fold-down beach club and beautiful deck spaces for sunbathing and has availability in the Balearics in July and August.

Meanwhile, AQUIJO, an 86m sailing yacht with three outdoor bars and an incredible beach club with steam room, sauna, and Jacuzzi, is available in the West Med this summer and comes with a Spanish charter licence.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your Med summer charter today. Contact us now.


28 April 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

Join Edmiston at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show

Join Edmiston at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show

Whether you would like to exhibit your yacht, or make the most of our brokers’ expertise, you will get first-class service from Edmiston at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show

At this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, from 28 September to 1 October, Port Hercules will once again be abuzz as high-end clients and the best brokers in the business network to get deals done.

The Monaco Yacht Show is the pinnacle of the yachting calendar, with fantastic international connections via Nice, ensuring guests can get there, and high-ticket prices ensuring only the most serious buyers are in attendance.

This year, The Edmiston Pavilion, located within the Monaco Yacht Club, will once again be the place to be, offering exclusive show experiences, replenishing you with refreshments throughout, and offering our trademark VIP services, which include luxury tenders and chauffeured cars.

The Edmiston fleet in Port Hercules, which will benefit from our exceptional quayside presence and strong branding, include the 50m 2008 Ortoni Navi yacht ARBEMA, which is in turnkey condition following multimillion-euro refits; the pedigree bluewater sailing yacht TWIZZLE, a Royal Huisman that has proved her sailing prowess; and the pedigree Feadship KISS, which is in pristine condition, having been kept in private ownership since new.

Also, on display at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show is STATE OF GRACE, a 39.40m 2013 high-performance world cruising contemporary Perini Navi, with cutting-edge sailing technology, and the pedigree Feadship LADY CHARLOTTE, which feels both bigger and more youthful than she was following an extensive refit.

Rounding up our fleet is the 46.79m yacht GIAOLA LU from Bilgin Yachts – a clean and modern yacht, which comes with a full-beam Owner’s suite and VIP and is suited to a family who likes to entertain.

With more yachts joining all the time, this promises to be one of our most stellar line-ups yet.

To find out about any of the yachts exhibiting with Edmiston at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, contact your broker.


28 July 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

Get the Edmiston VIP experience at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Get the Edmiston VIP experience at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Make use of our luxury tenders and cars and meet the brokers to discuss your yachting needs

Edmiston will be at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, from 26 – 30 October, offering VIP services and expert advice to all our clients.

The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is the largest in-water boat show in the world. Situated just feet away from the beach in sunny South Florida, the five-day show, is beautifully located for those looking to view some of the best yachts in the world in a sunshine destination.

This year, the 48m Feadship GITANA will be on diplay with Edmiston and available to view. Looking in the prime of her life following the recent completion of a multi-million-euro refit at the Feadship De Vries shipyard in the Netherlands, GITANA has only ever been used privately and comes with stunning onboard features.

With Fort Lauderdale considered the ‘yachting capital of the world’, the annual yacht show attracts large numbers of yacht owners each year. Last year’s show had over 100,000 visitors, with more than 1,300 boats on display and a total of 1,000 exhibitors, and this year’s show hopes to build on that success.

Boats on display range from dayboats to superyachts, and there are plenty of water toys spread across the vast 3,000,000 sq ft of exhibition space, too.

Edmiston will be in attendance, with a VIP villa in Las Olas Riviera Isles offering a welcome area for clients and direct access to the show via one of our two VIP tenders or our luxury Land Rover car service.

It’s a great opportunity to step aboard some of the most luxurious yachts available to charter and buy, to meet some of the world’s most renowned yacht builders, and to discuss your next yachting project.

Highlights of this year’s show include the Superyacht Village at Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina’s new ‘Pier South’ property, where the largest yachts in show can be seen alongside some of the most sought-after superyacht accessories, including supercars and luxury tenders.

To book your VIP experience at the show with Edmiston, contact our brokers now.


23 September 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

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Edmiston’s ultimate guide to Aspen’s winter season 2022

From the slopes to the shops to the spa, we’ve got your Aspen winter season 2022 covered

If you’re in Aspen this season but overwhelmed by the wide choice of places to eat, party, ski, and unwind while soaking up the bonhomie atmosphere of America’s chicest ski resort, then let us guide you.

Edmiston is back in Aspen for our fifth year and our brokers are brimming with ideas for you to make the most of your time here.

Here’s a taste of some of the best things to do in Aspen this winter.

Aspen’s best restaurants

Though, like its high-status peer, Hotel Jerome, rooms at the five-star The St Regis were booked up months ago, you may still be able to secure a seat at the supper club at St Regis run by none-other than The Snow Lodge, winter sibling to Montauk’s fashionable Surf Lodge.

Alongside seasonal dishes, delectable cocktails are expertly served up by the team behind New York’s Dante bar, contemporary artworks by artists such as Brandon Boyd hang on the wall, and there’s a heady line-up of musicians to keep diners entertained.

Elsewhere and mere feet away from the Aspen (Ajax) gondola, it will be hard to resist setting foot inside Catch Steak, which opened in Aspen in December and has a vibrant atmosphere. A great spot for drinking with the views of Ajax as you sip on Manhattans.

Also new for this season, is the Latin-American-inspired restaurant Chica within Residence at The Little Nell.

And finally, it’s almost mandatory to dine at the French American Ajax Tavern at The Little Nell at least once each season. The truffle fries and Ajax double cheeseburger are still as good as ever.

Aspen’s hottest party spots

For many, Aspen’s après-ski party scene is even more appealing than its skiing and it’s not hard to see why. For champagne-spraying parties in a typical Alpine setting, Cloud Nine is a must, while W Aspen at the Marriott with its cosy firepits, cabanas, heated pool and hot tubs has fast become one of the area’s liveliest areas.

For something a little more laid back, the Wine Bar at Little Nell (formerly chair 9) with its exhaustive wine list (there are nightly blind tastings for would-be sommeliers) and DJ playing vinyl records.

The alcohol infused Aspen Crud milkshake at the J-Bar inside Hotel Jerome has been a hit since the Prohibition era, while it wouldn’t be Aspen without a trip to the legendary private Caribou Club.

Most luxurious spas in Aspen

After a day on the slopes, what better way to prepare yourself for an evening of riotous fun than with a blissed-out spa experience. Thankfully, in Aspen you are spoiled for choice.

The intimate Auberge Spa at the Hotel Jerome incorporates the centuries-old natural healing traditions of the Roaring Fork Valley in its luxurious treatments, which focus on treating the effects of high altitude and dry temperatures.

The oxygen lounge and steam caves of the tranquil Remède Spa at The St Regis are equally renowned and its unapologetic commitment to indulgence – nothing is holistic here, but rather decadent high-tech treatments prevail – has led to it being named the world’s best hotel spa by Travel + Leisure magazine.

Shopping in Aspen

This season, hotfoot it to Miron Crosby, the cowboy boot brand which boasts Gwyneth Paltrow among its fans, has opened a new store on Cooper Avenue.

Aspenx at the bottom of Ajax is the name for the new-look Aspen Mountain Club. It has undergone a huge redesign but is still the place to go for sharp skiwear this season.

It’s also worth stopping into Mackage, a Montreal-based outerwear brand, which now has a pop-up in Aspen until April.

Feel-good shopping can be done at the first ever Citizens of Humanity retail store. This opened on Hyman Avenue in December, selling the brand’s uncompromising denim clothing alongside homeware, beauty, and wellness items from other environmentally conscious companies.

Aspen’s best slopes

With four mountains – Snowmass, Ajax, Buttermilk and Highlands – to ski and over 362 trails to choose from, the possibilities for snowsports in Aspen are almost limitless.

Whether you are a beginner skier, want to attempt world-class ski runs, or would rather snowboard or sled, there is a slope for you and plenty of lifts to save you energy between runs and to make the most of those spectacular views.

Buttermilk mountain is often favoured by families as it is more compact than Snowmass (which also has a children’s centre) and the beginner-intermediate run of Red Rover on West Buttermilk is popular.

Aspen Highlands is probably the preferred mountain in the eyes of locals, while Long Shot at Snowmass is the longest run across all four mountains at 5.3 miles.

For those who want to test themselves against other skiers, both Ajax and Snowmass have National Standard Race racecourses, which you can run, while pitting yourself against the US ski team’s pacesetter.

Find out more

Talk to the Edmiston team for even more insider tips on navigating the busy winter season in Aspen and ask for a copy of our full Aspen Winter Guide 2022. They can also advise on exclusive Edmiston experiences and answer any questions you may have about chartering or buying a yacht in 2022.

Contact us now at


12 January 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

Join Edmiston at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Join Edmiston at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Get the VIP treatment plus access to some incredible yachts at the largest in-water boat show in the world

This year, Edmiston will be at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, from 26-30 October as a local, having opened an office in Miami in 2022.

Together with our offices in New York, Newport, Mexico City and San José del Cabo, we’re confident we have the Americas covered.

In the Edmiston Villa, you can benefit from the expertise and peerless knowledge of the yachting market of our local and international brokers, who have proven themselves dealmakers time and time again.

Edmiston guests can also get direct access to the show with one of our VIP tenders or by making use of our luxury car service, plus take a private broker tour.

Edmiston is also proud to partner with some of the world’s most trusted brands at this year’s show, including JP Morgan Private Bank, Levidian, KOPU Water, Rand boats, Petrossian caviar, Chateau d’Esclans, who will all be there to ensure this is the best show yet.

Fort Lauderdale is considered the ‘yachting capital of the world’ and with over 100,000 visitors, 1,000 exhibitors and more than 1,300 boats on display, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is the largest in-water boat show in the world.

Having your own personal Edmiston guide at Fort Lauderdale will help you navigate this show, transporting you in luxury straight to the yachts we know you’ll want to see, before bringing you back to the exclusive confines of our villa to consider your options over a cooling drink.

This year, Edmiston will be bringing some of our own yachts to Fort Lauderdale, including GITANA, a classic 499GT Feadship with modern fittings that has just completed a multi-million-euro refit, which has left her in pristine condition. Arguably the best yacht of her age and style on the market, GITANA sleeps 10 guests across five cabins. GITANA will be located at the SuperYacht Village during the show.

Also coming with us to Fort Lauderdale is the immaculate neoclassic yacht NADAN from the Burger Boat Company – an Art Deco-style masterpiece, with mahogany panelled lounges, Lalique glass doors, and 1920s-style custom furniture, and yet with a very economic range of 2,400 miles and a shallow draft that raises her cruising options enormously. NADAN will also be located at the SuperYacht Village.

Edmiston guests at this year’s show will also want to step aboard INDIGO yacht, a 29m flybridge yacht from Azimut, which is the finest yacht of her size and style and offers excellent value. With extensive deck space, a retractable sunroof, options for alfresco dining, plus a main deck Owner’s suite and a big, bright main deck salon, INDIGO yacht ticks every possible box on a 30m wishlist. You can view INDIGO in the Bahia Mar show area.

To book your VIP experience at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2022 with Edmiston, contact our brokers now.


24 October 2022

Written by:

Caroline Munier

Discover 22 charter destinations for 2022

Discover 22 charter destinations for 2022

As the sun sets on 2021, it’s time to look to the year ahead at some of the best places in the world to charter a yacht in 2022. And, with some great yachts already taken, make sure you book fast

Where will your adventures take you in 2022? Would you like to combine the luxury of a yacht charter with cultural enlightenment away from the crowds? Then you might want to consider some of our brokers’ favourite secret Med charter destinations, outlined below.

Or perhaps this will be the year that you expand your horizons further, with a charter amid the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean, or even brave a cold-weather cruise in one of the most remarkable landscapes in the world: Antarctica.

Read on for inspiring ideas of where to go next year, with our 22 for 22 list and remember, wherever you choose to go in the months ahead, our charter brokers can help plan the perfect 2022 charter for you.

Summer destinations

1. The Ionian Islands

With Venetian-style towns, lush hillsides and beautiful, clear waters, the Ionians offer a calmer pace of charter compared to the Cyclades islands of Greece. This is also a great destination for families wanting to explore more, with short durations between new islands. Paxos is one of the best islands to visit – so remote and unique.

2. Ibiza and the Balearics

What’s not to love about Spain’s eastern archipelago? From hiking to yoga retreats and secluded anchorages to some of the best restaurants, beach clubs and night life in the Mediterranean, Ibiza has something for everyone. Not to be outdone, Formentera has stunning beaches, while Ca’s Patro March in Mallorca is a great lunchtime spot for amazing fish dishes and rustic charm.

3. Monaco

Thanks to its newly designed casino square, Monaco is going from strength to strength as a charter destination. The Carré d’Or, or ‘Golden Square’ overlooking Monte Carlo and its surrounding shopping area, is the beating heart of Monaco, and is still the place to be seen, particularly during the heady days and nights of the Monaco Grand Prix and the annual boat show.

4. Santorini

Beautiful and magical Santorini in the South Aegean is one of Greece’s most iconic and treasured islands.

Famous for its amazing clifftop restaurants, sunset views, nature-exposed caldera, and white sugar-cube villages, it’s one of the most handsome islands in the whole of the Mediterranean.

5. Corsica

Another beautiful Med Island, surrounded by vivid blue waters, and sprinkled generously with gorgeous beaches and excellent restaurants, Corsica has well earned its nickname Isle of Beauty.

Make sure you visit the pretty coastal towns of Bonifacio and Porto Vecchio, while the more adventurous spirited may like to head inland to experience the isle’s fabulous hiking.

6. Bodrum, Turkey

If you are looking for fun and nightlife, as well as access to some traditional Turkish villages and historic sites in the eastern Med, then Bodrum is an excellent place to begin a charter.

The season here is longer than in the Western Med, plus the ports and anchorages are significantly quieter. You can dine in one of the many excellent seafood restaurants or pick up some authentic food from one of the many markets. Don’t miss the chance to visit extraordinary places of antiquity, such as the site of the former Temple of Artemis, once one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

7. Amalfi Coast

For a touch of Med glamour, there can be few better locations than this well-heeled stretch of coastline in southern Italy.

A drive along the winding clifftop roads of the Sorrentine Peninsula to the stylish town of Sorrento is a must, as is sipping a Bellini beneath the shade of a palm tree in one of the region’s trendy terraced bars.

8. Bay of Kotor, Montenegro

Bordering Croatia, this pearl of the Adriatic is much less visited than its fashionable neighbour, but those who do make it here, tend to return.

The Bay of Kotor is one of the most naturally beautiful bays in the world and the medieval town of Kotor, which is UNESCO protected, sits in the north-eastern corner of the valley that includes this bay, plus another, both overlooked by the peaks of Loveen and Orjen.

9. Sardinia

Known for its powdery white beaches, beachside caves and archaeological sites, a charter in Sardinia is very special indeed. Its Emerald Coast, where you can cruise its pure, green waters and perfect beaches by day and enjoy the jet-set lifestyle by night is a hit with holidaymakers.

Make sure you schedule in a day at Cala Di Luna, a remote sandy beach best reached by yacht.

10. Cinque Terre

Many people forget that this collection of five colourful coastal villages in northwest Italy, which together form a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just a short cruise from Portofino.

On your charter, ask your captain to plan a walking tour through the villages, which will end up in Portovenere, the Cinque Terre’s ‘sixth village’, where you can enjoy a sublime waterside lunch.

11. Trogir

This Dalmatian town offers a stunning corridor to the increasingly popular charter territory of Croatia.

The walled city is steeped in history and is only a short cruise to a seemingly limitless supply of spectacular islands, with the excellent cruising conditions and warm waters for which Croatia is renowned.

12. Saronic Islands

An often-overlooked region of Greece, as most charter yachts deviate towards the more popular Cycladics, the Saronics are every bit as beautiful. These islands are also not as affected by the seasonal Meltemi winds that afflict the more southern islands and yet have the same easy access from the historical city of Athens.

Hydra is one of the best-preserved historic settlements in Europe, while the cobbled streets of Spetse are home to some beautiful stone mansions.

Winter destinations

13. South-East Asia

With calm waters, plenty of sunshine, white sandy beaches, local cuisine, and no-end of cultural experiences on offer, South-East Asia is fast becoming one of the hot favourites for winter charters.

Choose between the paradise islands of Thailand or see the temples and traditional villages of Cambodia and Vietnam with a cruise along the Mekong River.

14. Costa Rica

Getting more attention than before, this diverse country offers two fantastic coastlines – the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Aside from wildlife expeditions, guests can snorkel in azure waters, trek to dormant volcanoes, and experience the Pura Vida, or ‘simple life’ for which Costa Ricans are famous.

15. Antigua

This corner of the Caribbean in the eastern arc of the Lesser Antilles, has a coastline brimming with historic ports and hidden bays.

As you’d expect from this part of the world, the climate is warm and steady trade winds make sailing here a dream. There are also fantastic restaurants and beaches and access to other Caribbean hotspots, including St Kitts, Nevis, and St Martin.

16. The Bahamas

This tropical idyll is still one of the top destinations for winter charters, made even more appealing thanks to its relatively easy access for shallow draught yachts and COVID protocols for visitors.

Visit pink sandy beaches, swim with pigs, and visit caves once made famous by James Bond. Nassau and Paradise Island are home to legendary high-end resorts, while the Exumas are the perfect place to slow down and spend your days exploring deserted cays.

17. Galapagos Islands

The land that time forgot, on a yacht charter of these volcanic islands, which triggered Darwin’s theory of Evolution, you can experience nature in its purest form. See wildlife endemic to this region, hike to inland lagoons, and snorkel with sea lions, turtles, manta rays and sharks amid carefully managed marine reserves.

18. The Grenadines

For idyllic island hopping, this island chain in the Caribbean is a lot less touristy than some of its counterparts. The landscape, which combines mountainous isles with lots of low-lying cays, creates dramatic, dream-like views, and you’ll never forget drifting off beneath the natural light show of the night sky in Tobago Cays, after a day exploring the turquoise waters of the marine park.

19. Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Underwater spectacles don’t come much better than the Four Kings of Raja Ampat, and with wildlife-rich reefs and thousands of islands to choose from, eastern Indonesia is still one of the top choices for charter guests looking for the dive of their lives.

20. Antarctica

Famously hard to reach and with a terrain quite unlike anywhere else on earth, taking a charter in Antarctica, is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. See whales and seals from the comfort of your yacht, cruise between giant icebergs and glaciers, and literally go where few people have gone before you.

21. The Maldives

For a far-flung charter, with plenty of pampering, pristine beaches, and nature, The Maldives is still a hot charter destination for 2022. There are plenty of private islands to hire, including the Nautilus Resort, which is right next to a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

22. St. Barths

And finally, with its famous festivities and legendary parties, St Barths is still one of the most popular places to ring in the new year.

With French flair, exclusive restaurants, spas, and beaches, all in one island, plus some of the best shopping in the Caribbean, there are lots of reasons that St Barths is one of the favourite winter charter destinations in the world.

If you’re looking to charter a yacht in 2022, come to Edmiston, where our brokers will match you with the perfect yacht for your luxury adventure, wherever you want to go. Do make sure you get in touch soon as a number of great yachts are already all booked up.


20 December 2021

Written by:

Caroline Munier