Discover a beautiful blend of history, culture, and robust natural beauty on a luxury charter vacation in New England. Located in the heart of America, New England is a top summer yachting destination, known for having a unique charm all its own. Perfect for those seeking a casually elegant experience, the picturesque coastal towns are filled with adorable boutiques, art galleries, antique shops, and phenomenal seafood restaurants. The rocky coves, sandy dune beaches, and warm and sunny weather throughout the summer create an absolutely idyllic setting for cruising New England’s remarkable coastline.
Although geographically small, the six states that compose New England: Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, are diverse in their offerings and throughout the summer months host a number of historical, cultural, and culinary events to enjoy.
In Rhode Island, the sights are many, and one of the best ways to take in the picture-perfect scenery is on a casual bike ride. One noteworthy stop offering a glimpse into the elegance of a bygone era is Block Island, featuring beautiful rolling hills, dramatic bluffs and tons of Victorian charm. Another area of interest is Newport’s Cliff Walk, where you can hike 3 ½ miles of spectacular Atlantic coastline offering views of America’s most magnificent mansions from the golden age.
For destinations quintessentially American, look no further than coastal Massachusetts, home to a number of quaint seaside towns and some of the best secluded beaches on the East Coast. Both Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket provide the utmost in privacy and make the perfect respite to get away from it all. While there, sample a traditional New England clambake and enjoy some fabulous shopping as you stroll along the cobblestone streets.
From the white sand beaches to rocky coves, the scenic coastline of Maine stretching some 5,000 miles is absolutely breathtaking. World renowned for its lobster, the state is home to world class sailing, premium shopping, award-winning restaurants, beautiful beaches, and nationally ranked golf courses. It is also famous for its historic lighthouses, with over 60 scattered along the shore, many of which continue to light the way for traveling boats and ships today.