New England welcomes you to explore its majestic lighthouses, charming fishing communities, and rich history. This magnificent coastline frames the Northeastern region of the United States, which is a mix of famous landscapes and stunning coastlines. It is the ideal location for a luxury yacht charter due to its unique patchwork of stories weaved from the age of colonialism to the present. Close your eyes and imagine you and your loved ones drifting over these lovely seas, letting the gentle waves guide you to New England’s best-kept secrets. At the same time, you’ll be treated like royalty from the decks of your exclusive New England yacht rental. Here’s a glimpse of what you may expect on your journey:
Day 1: Newport, Rhode Island – The gateway to the wonders of New England
Begin your journey in Newport, Rhode Island, a sparkling treasure steeped in yachting history. Wander the storied streets of this “city by the sea,” admiring the magnificence of the antique mansions. As evening approaches, dine at the nation’s oldest restaurant, The White Horse Tavern, and experience classic New England delicacies before returning to your yacht for a nightcap under the stars.
Day 2: Discovering Nantucket’s treasures
Set sail for Nantucket, an island rich in historical lore. Take the tender ashore and spend the morning relaxing on the tranquil beauty of the island’s protected beaches. In the heart of the island, among weathered shingle structures, you’ll find upscale stores and colourful art galleries, ideal for an afternoon stroll. A late lunch at The Nautilus provides seafood connoisseurs with an unparalleled experience, with dishes that showcase the island’s abundant richness. Finish the day with a fine-dining experience tailored specifically to you by your own chef.
Day 3: Martha’s Vineyard, where history meets elegance
Anchor on Martha’s Vineyard’s Edgartown, a town known for its regal beauty. Take a stroll and admire the Greek Revival mansions and structures that reflect the town’s whaling tradition. Visit the Vincent House and the Old Whaling Church to learn about the town’s fascinating history. As the sun sets, treat yourself to a sumptuous meal at Alchemy, where classic cuisine are given a modern twist.
Day 4: Provincetown, Cape Cod, a cultural melting pot
Cruise to Provincetown, which is located at the point of Cape Cod. This town has long been a shelter for artists, writers, and the LGBTQ+ community due to its bohemian attitude. Explore the Pilgrim Monument, which commemorates the initial landing of the Mayflower Pilgrims. Dine at The Canteen, known for its lobster rolls and energetic atmosphere, for a culinary treat.
Day 5: A magnificent coastline ending in Portland, Maine
Your epic New England voyage will come to a conclusion in Portland, Maine, a city that perfectly blends the ancient and the new. Visit the Portland Museum of Art and the historic Old Port district, which is full of cobblestone alleys and 19th-century warehouses. For lunch, head to Fore Street, which provides a farm-to-table experience that captures the spirit of New England foods, before taking the final sail down the stunning coastline as the sun sets.