New England calls you to explore everything it has to offer, from its beautiful lighthouses to its quaint fishing towns and deep history. This part of the Northeastern United States is surrounded by a beautiful coastline and is full of famous scenery and beautiful shores. It is the ideal place for a luxury yacht rental because it has a unique mix of stories from the time of colonialism to the present. Close your eyes and imagine you and your loved ones cruising through these beautiful waters and letting the gentle waves take you to New England’s best-kept secrets. At the same time, you’ll get the best white-glove service from the decks of your private New England yacht rental. Here’s a taste of what your trip will be like:
Day 1: Newport, Rhode Island, is a great place to start exploring New England.
Start your trip in Newport, Rhode Island, a sparkling gem with a long history of sailing. Stroll through the historic streets of this “city by the sea” and look at the beautiful old houses. As night falls, eat at The White Horse Tavern, the oldest restaurant in the country, and enjoy real New England food before going back to your boat for a nightcap under the stars.
Day 2: Exploring all that Nantucket has to offer
Set sail for Nantucket, an island where you can hear stories from the past. Take the boat to shore and spend the morning enjoying the peaceful beauty of its protected beaches. In the centre of the island, among the weathered shingle buildings, you’ll find high-end shops and lively art galleries, making it a great place for a walk in the afternoon. For seafood lovers, a late lunch at The Nautilus is the best possible experience, with dishes that show off the island’s wealth. At the end of the day, your private cook will make you a gourmet meal just for you.
Day 3: Martha’s Vineyard, where history and luxury meet
Anchor at Martha’s Vineyard’s Edgartown, which is known for its royal elegance. Take a walk and look at the Greek Revival houses and buildings that remind you of the town’s history of whaling. Visit the Vincent House and the Old Whaling Church to learn more about the town’s interesting past. At Alchemy, classic meals are given a modern twist so you can enjoy a gourmet dinner as the sun goes down.
Day 4: A mix of countries in Provincetown, Cape Cod
Head for Provincetown, which is at the end of Cape Cod. This town has always been a home for artists, writers, and LGBTQ+ people because of its bohemian vibe. Visit the Pilgrim Monument, which remembers the first landing of the Mayflower Pilgrims. The Canteen, which is known for its crab rolls and lively atmosphere, is a great place to eat.
Day 5: The coast comes to a beautiful end in Portland, Maine
Your charter New England trip will end in Portland, Maine, a city that mixes the old and the new in a way that works well. Visit the Portland Museum of Art and the historic Old Port area, which has streets with cobblestones and warehouses from the 1800s. Head to Fore Street for lunch, which is a farm-to-table experience that captures the heart of New England flavours, and then take one last cruise along the beautiful coast as the sun goes down.