Fares are normally proposed per week: seven days are considered the minimun approved period for yacht and mega-yacht Charter, but obviously it can be prolonged if requested.
Each day off will be counted dividing the base fare per week by seven and moltiplicating the risult for each needed day.
It can be also possible, during low season but also high season, that you find available yacht charters for lesser periods (less than a week): in this case fares are counted dividing the base fare per week by six and moltiplicating the risult for each needed day.
Boarding will be at 12:00 a.m. of the first day, ending at 12:00 a.m. of the last chosen day. For example: the charter boards at 12:00a.m. july 1st and it ends at 12:00 a.m. of July 8th.
However, a certain flexibility is often allowed in boarding and ending times, so to accomodate customers’ needs or allow for plane timetables, personal needs, etc.
High and Low season fares are applied for the peak/off-peak periods, July and August for the Mediterranean region, in the Caribbean and other exotic destinations, Christmas an New Year’s eve, but also popular events such as Montecarlo Grand Prix, Cannes Festival, etc..
Low season fare is applied to all other periods of the year.