Our popular Yacht Share Network is a worldwide brokerage dedicated to co-owned luxury yachts. It’s our job to act as an expert advisor, providing all the essential structure and professionalism to help yacht co-owners share beautiful boats worldwide.
We also deal with the re-sale of co-ownership yacht shares, and we’re currently handling more than 85 million Euros worth of yacht share inventory. As such we represent both individual co-owned yachts and global fractional yacht enterprises. Better still, we let co-owners exchange their weeks, which means as a co-owner you can temporarily swap your weeks and take your choice of more than 180 superb yachts, moored in some of the planet’s finest hotspots.
So far, so good. But what are the kinds of experiences and sights you might come across while onboard? Here are some of the most amazing things you might be lucky enough to see while sailing the seas and oceans of our beautiful blue planet.
The magic of the Caribbean Sea
The Caribbean sea is home to around 9% of the world’s coral reefs and it’s also the world’s deepest sea. It contains at least 7000 islands and the temperature is usually around 80F, 27C. You can swim with amazing swimming pigs in the Bahamas and with stingrays in Grand Turk. You can see flamingos breeding in Bonaire and visit the extraordinary Mayan ruins at ChichenChichen Itza. Or visit any number of gloriously lovely islands: Curacao, Aruba, Jamaica, Saint Martin, Barbados and more, each with its own unique personality and vibe.
The stunning Mediterranean sea
Beautiful beaches, tiny islands, calm waters… you’ll find them all in the Med, from Spain to Croatia. Look out for hotspots like Malta and Kos, Turkey’s Oludeniz, the Costa Smerelda in Italy and Paphos on Cyprus. Santorini in Greece is famed for its stunning, postcard-perfect whitewashed houses and vivid blue sea. Bonifacio, on the southern tip of the French island of Corsica, dangles right on the dizzying edge of the Med, a Medieval fortresses and Roman ruins as well as a vibrant city. And there’s the remarkable Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, one of the wettest places in Europe with its own mini-glaciers.
The exotic Indian Ocean
Zanzibar… it must be one of the most exotic place names on earth, a place of secluded beaches and the magical, vividly coloured Stone Town. There’s the Seychelles with its 115 islands and Sri Lanka, a place of rich tropical forests, rice paddies, tea plantations, elephants, leopards and ancient kingdoms. Mauritius is home to dramatic volcanic landscapes, lush tropical plants, spotless beaches, bright blue lagoons and more, an island that holiday dreams are made from with some of the world’s best golf courses, sightseeing, local markets and more. Plus, of course, there’s the Maldives, which are paradise itself.
The beautiful North Pacific Ocean
America’s Pacific Northwest coast is known for its beautiful coastline, green interior, damp climate and vast mountains. There’s Seattle and Mount Hood, Crater Lake National Park and the stunning Oregon Coast. The town of Whistler offers top-class skiing and snow sports, and Portland is famed the world over for being wonderfully hippyish and eccentric. ‘Keep Portland Weird’, as the locals’ car stickers say! There’s also the magnificent Guanacaste province of Costa Rica to visit on the North Pacific coast, fabulous for snorkelling and diving as well as the country’s most visited yet least populated area.
The fascinating North Atlantic Ocean
The Northern Atlantic coast offers sailors uniquely fascinating experiences thanks to Morocco, which provides delights like Casablanca, Essaouira, the magical Merja Zerga National Park and the Lixus Ruins at Larache. Rabat is for the taking and Cité Portugaise at El Jadida and Kasbah Les Oudaiasat are fascinating. There’s also the coast of Western Sahara, Mauritania and Guinea to visit in Africa. On the US side of the ocean, there’s Suriname and Guyana, Venezuela and Cuba, plus the northern coast of the USA with Boston, Philadelphia, Nova Scotia and many more. There’s a huge variety of waters to sail and places to explore.
The gorgeous South Pacific Ocean
The South Pacific offers Bora Bora and the Mamanuca Islands, Palau and Lord Howe Island, Mo’orea and Aitutaki, Samoa and more. From the wonders of exotic Fiji to eco-friendly Aussie destinations, it’s the perfect way to enjoy tropical fantasies. Rarotonga and the Yasawa Islands, Lalomanu Beach, Savai’i, Upolu and the To-Sua Ocean Trench, Espiritu Santu and the Isle of Pines… there are countless extraordinarily lovely drop-off points including the seriously gorgeous Cook Islands, Upi Bay and Noumea.
The lovely Adriatic Sea
The Adriatic offers the wonders of Trieste for lovers of history and Venice, a graceful city adored by millions. If you love your landscapes wild and rugged head for Comacchio. For summer holiday fun sail to Rimini. Explore the 1244 islands that dot the Adriatic along the coast of Croatia, a country that’s home to an astonishing 20 UNESCO Heritage Sites and eight national parks. There’s Montenegro to explore and the city of Split, on the Dalman Coast, is gorgeous. Visit Albania and experience Slovenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina for yourself. Or simply enjoy the waters – the Adriatic blasts some of the clearest seas in the world with clear views as deep as 56m, more than 170 feet.
The ancient Tyrrhenian Sea
The lush coastal stretch between Palermo and Milazzo is a place rich in dramatic beaches and stunning mountain scenery, home to lovely coastal towns like Cefalù and Castel di Tusa. The gorgeous Tyrrhenian Sea borders western Italy’s coastline and offers some of the prettiest and most interesting islands Italy has to offer. Corsica’s beaches are legendary, with the locals recommending Palombaggia as the best, not far from Porto Vecchio and a picture-perfect postcard of a destination. Isola del Giglio, Giglio Island, is a hidden Tuscan treasure and its beaches at Cala degli Alberi, Cala Caldana and Arenella are truly magical.
All this and more at your fingertips thanks to boat share
Are you inspired? You’re not the only one. Just writing this makes us want to set sail! Have a look at our boat share for sale pages and see if a boat share deal might deliver the kind of adventures you crave. We’ll be delighted to talk things through with you if you wish, so feel free to contact us.