FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions about Booking a Yacht

Updated on Sunday 29th May 2016

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Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions about booking a yacht in Dubai:

How long does my charter have to take?

Yachts are generally chartered for at least three hours to enjoy all the sights, quicker charters can also be available. Our charter executives can provide you more information on this matter.

Are your yachts crewed?

Yes, every yacht is assigned with its own Captain and Crew. Besides our own standard qualification and English speaking requirements, all Crew has to hold the necessary STCW (standards of training certification and watchkeeping) and have a proven track record with the Maritime Service Sector in order to be a part of our team.

How do I pay for the yacht charter in Dubai?

You can pay for your charter by one of the following methods:

•    Online Payment Link;
•    Cash/Cheque;
•    Debit or Credit Card.

What is the cost for a yacht to charter in Dubai?

Charter prices start from AED 500 per hour, however prices can vary according to the size of the yacht booked.

What do I need to bring with me?

All guests onboard MUST bring with them a valid I.D. passport if originating from outside the U.A.E. and I.D. for residents of the Emirates. If not in possession of such documents, you or your guests may be refused the entry on the yacht.

Are we allowed to swim?

Swimming is allowed only during daylight hours. Cut offs are usually at 7.00 P.M. during summer and 5.00 PM during winter.

What types of facilities are on board?

Each yacht has cabins, saloons, heads and fly bridges (excl. 35 ft.).

What type of food and drinks are available on board?

We have contracted a professional catering firm which services all our yachts. Our charter executives can give you more information on the menu options.

What is the itinerary and what will we be able to see?

Your charter will begin journeying though the Dubai Marina, after which while out on the Arabian Sea it will travel around Palm Jameira, seeing views such as the Atlantis Hotel and the One & Only Royal Mirage, from there across to the 7 Star Burj Al Arab and Jameira Beach Hotel, prior to turning back near the Sheik Mohammad’s Island. If time will allow it, the yacht will be anchored in the sheltered waters, allowing you and your guests to relax and enjoy the views of Dubai.

If you have more questions about booking a yacht in Dubai with our yacht charter, please do not hesitate to contact us


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