As the calendar now turns from September to October, a lot of the yachts that spent the summer chartering in the Mediterranean will be moving over to the Caribbean ahead of the winter charter season there. One is the 62-foot Dynamique sailing yacht Anahita, which once again will be offering a couple of lucky charter clients the chance to make the transatlantic crossing.
Anahita and her crew have done this a number of times before. The yacht first offered a transatlantic charter in spring 2011, from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean. In autumn 2012, she offered a transatlantic charter from the Mediterranean back to the to the Caribbean, and this past spring, she offered itineraries from St. Thomas, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, to Gibraltar or beyond.
This autumn’s transatlantic will begin in mid-October. There will be a leg from the South of France to Gibraltar, then another leg from Gibraltar to either the Canary or Cape Verde islands. The last leg will be from there to the Caribbean. Charter guests can choose one, two or all three legs of the journey, with the three-leg option having a top rate of $12,000 in total.
If you’re interested in giving a transatlantic yacht charter a try, references are available from previous transatlantic charter guests through Nicholson Yachts, and any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Anahita.