Luxury Yacht Charters USA East Coast – Itinerary New England

Luxury Yacht Charters USA East Coast – Itinerary New England

Itinerary New England

Day 1 – Newport, Rhodes Island

Boarding the yacht in Newport, in the heart of the American maritime
tradition, seat of educational institutions of the US Navy, and the summer
residence of many wealthy Americans: Explore the promenade on the waterfront
with many yachts, architecture that is centuries old, narrow streets with
cobblestones, boutiques and cafes – a first cruise in the Newport Bay shows the
city and the coastline from the water. If your travel dates fits: many festivals
like Jazz Festival, Art Festival, Wine Festival, Clam Festival…

Day 2 – Newport – Block Island

Block Iceland is only 16 miles off the coast – the island has its colonial
charm with small houses preserved until today. Eyecatcher are historic
lighthouses, the steep cliffs Mohegan Bluffs, a bird sanctuary – and many wrecks
that are partially also dive destinations. Beautiful sandy beaches.

Day 3 – Block Island – Cuttyhunk Island

South of Cape Cod, quiet island for relaxing, hiking ..

Day 4 – Cuttyhunk Island – Martha’s Vineyard

Meeting point for the Society and many luxury yachts – stroll through
Edgartown and the island Chappaquiddick, the historic city center “Edgartown
Village Historic District”, which is also registered in the “National Register
of Historic Places – beautiful sandy beach

Day 5 – Martha’s Vineyard – Nantucket

Summer hotspot, popular summer residence and headquarters of many artists and
galleries. The whole town Nantucket is considered as worth seeing historic
District. Also worth seeing is the Whaling Museum: Nantucket was once the
largest whaling port of the United States

Day 6 – Nantucket – Hadley Harbour / Bull Islands / Woods Hole

Very sheltered anchorage, dock with dinghy on Bull Island – nice for walking.
In Woods Hole: Oceanographic Institute with interesting tours and exhibitions.

Day 7 – Hadley Harbour – Newport

*Each cruise will be tailored according to your wishes and ideas and current
weather conditions. Please discuss details with the captain – often he has the
best suggestions!