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One of the most sought after type of super yacht holiday experience is one way charter.

Starting out in Monaco and disembarking in Corsica or flying into Tivat in Montenegro to board your 50m super yacht, then disembarking in UNESCO town of Trogir in Croatia, or even in Venice on the Northern Adriatic coast, is one of the best and most cost effective ways to enjoy both your yacht, as well as the fabulous scenery.

The cost:

Many super and mega yachts are usually very happy to offer ONE WAY charters. The cost of making a round trip can at times be either very expensive or time consuming.  In order to avoid this additional cost or to allow your charter party to visit the locations of your choice within a set period of time, most super yacht captains will agree to a one way charter.

Sailing out of St Tropez's old harbour towards Portofino
Sailing out of St Tropez’s old harbour towards Portofino
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Luxury Super Yachts heading to the Caribbean!

End of October is the time of the year when the Mediterranean Super Yacht Charter season has finally ended.

Super Jacuzzi on board of the fabulous Andreas L (60m) Super Yacht
Super Jacuzzi on board of the fabulous Andreas L (60m) Super Yacht

The super yacht crews are usually taking first holidays after months of long hours of hard work or they are heading back on shore after experiencing their first charter season.  Some yachts are also heading towards shipyards for their latest refit or are simply being retired for the winter. 
In some cases, the yachts continue to cruise further East, usually towards Turkey or Cyprus and certain parts of Greece.  
For Andreas L, our favourite 60m luxury super yacht is offering a special deal in Gocek, Turkey whereby you can get this fabulous charter yacht with more than 20% discount at this time of the year. Other boats will head as far as the Red Sea and Egypt, as well as Seychelles and the Middle East. Some yachts will inevitably end up in Maldives or for the prestigious Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix.  Very few will head further East, either on a round the world cruise or towards their home ports in Australia or New Zealand.  Some may end up in the Southern Pacific or French Polynesia and offer charters in the Tahiti, Fiji or as far afield as the remote Marquises Archipelago.

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