Baja Peninsula & Sea of Cortez
The Baja Peninsula is located off the coast of California. It separates the Pacific Ocean from the Gulf of California and extends 1,247 km. The Baja Peninsula is known to be one of the best places to go whale watching and what better way to do that than on your own private charter yacht. Baja California is a well-known tourist destination on the West Coast due to its beautiful beaches. The Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California, is a 700-mile-long body of water in between Mexico and Baja, California. The Sea of Cortez is known for its unique marine mammals including whales and dolphins. Yachting the Sea of Cortez offers a unique experience to witness breathtaking sunsets and sea life that is unique to this location. Check out our Sea of Cortez yachting itinerary.
Yachting The Great Lakes
The Great Lakes, also known as the Laurentian Great Lakes, is a series of interconnected bodies of water that are in the upper mid-east of North America. It is connected to the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence River. The Great Lakes make up the largest body of fresh water on Earth making it a huge tourist destination.
Yachting Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes
Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes is a must-see yachting location! Located along the northwest coast of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan in Leelanau and Benzie counties. In spring, summer and fall, swim and picnic at sugar sand beaches; canoe, kayak or tube on crystal-clear streams. Climb the dunes and enjoy the unique turquoise waters of Lake Michigan! Boating in the Great Lakes is the epitome of Yachting in the Americas!
Yachting Pictured Rocks
Yachting Pictured Rocks in Northern Michigan is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The tall cervices of uniquely colored rocks were formed out by glaciers and are a sight to see!
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Gibsons is a town in British Columbia, Canada located at the southern end of what they call the Sunshine Coast. The Sunshine Coast is a regional district that stretches across the Georgia Strait from Vancouver Island. Gibsons is full of artists and fishermen making it the perfect quiet and private getaway. There are two islands off the coast of Gibsons called Keats Island and Gambier Island. They are known to have great fishing, swimming, and sailing. Gibsons is a relaxing vacation destination with lots of activities to do.
Think of Alaska when looking to charter a yacht! It is a beautiful state with picturesque scenery. When you are yachting in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Alaska you can see the Northern Lights at night and amazing wildlife during the day. Alaska is one of the best places to go whale watching; you can see all different species of whales including orcas, humpbacks, grays, or beluga. Alaska’s beautiful mountains, wildlife, and glaciers make it an endless adventure. Sample Alaskan yachting itinerary here.
Yachting San Francisco
With San Francisco’s warm climate, delicious cuisine, and stunning surroundings it is a perfect destination to charter a yacht. Known as the City by the Bay, cruising here you may see the Golden Gate Bridge, or you can dock and enjoy the amazing shopping, delicious restaurants or the many art galleries this city has to offer. San Francisco’s diverse culture and food makes you feel as if you are in another country. If you are wanting to see everything from a different perspective San Francisco is known for its antique cable cars that take you up and down the steep hills.
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