Indian Ocean

Dizzying in diversity, a yacht charter in the Indian Ocean can take you as far as the safari shores of South Africa to the vanilla soaked lands of Madagascar, or the chaotic color of India. The Indian Ocean is a wonderful whirlwind for intrepid adventurers – it blends coveted cultural experiences with rare honeymoon highlights. You can choose to spend the whole time lounging on the world’s best beaches in the mesmerizing Maldives or you can shake the sand from your hair and go exploring the backwaters of Vietnam. Those who are keen to charter a big chunk of the traveling world, the Indian Ocean is your one stop shop for remarkable journeys.

Where In The World

The third largest ocean in the world, the Indian Ocean is hemmed in by Asia, Africa, Australia, and as far down as Antarctica. As the distances in-between can be far and wide, yacht charters are best choosing a region to focus on and exploring those varied shores. There’s a myriad of countries within the boundaries of the warm blue Indian Ocean, each with its own weather system, language, and cultural charm. You could spend a lifetime sailing these shores and there would still be huge swathes of salt-laced lands left uncovered.

Favored Ports of Call

The Maldives are always high on the list for honeymooners or yacht charter guests seeking romance on the high seas. Land of sugar white sands, luminous lagoons, and stilted overwater bungalows – you are sure to lose yourself in days face down snorkeling the shallows, stretched out with picnics on deserted sands, and lingering beneath skies full of stars.

Charter Highlights

Wine, lions, and a heart-wrenching history – it can only be the shores of South Africa. For yacht charters looking to step out of the ordinary, South Africa will blow you away. Watch fierce predators trek their prey in the wilds of Kruger Park, climb the tantalizing tableau of Table Mountain, go paragliding or learn to surf, and sip and swirl in the charming Cape Winelands.

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Destinations

  • Arabian Gulf

  • Australia

  • Bahamas

  • Caribbean

  • Central America

  • East Mediterranean

  • Florida

  • Indian Ocean

  • North America

  • Northern Europe

  • Other Areas

  • South East Asia

  • West Mediterranean