The lifestyle associated with yachting and international travel represents achievement and success, yet is considered by most young professionals to be an ideal, accessible only to those individuals with extraordinary means.
YachtLife creates an access point into this lifestyle and audaciously offers 21-35 year old professionals an opportunity to vacation for 6 days in the Caribbean aboard chartered yachts, featuring all-inclusive convenience at an affordable price.This is Our YachtLife
The logistics and preparations required for this unique vacation experience are pre-arranged and included in the price of the vacation. Participants enjoy the luxury of a care-free vacation experience, with all-inclusive perks like:
Lauded as some of the best sailing in the Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands offer a plethora of stunning islands, all within close proximity.
Smooth sailing coupled with beauty, culture, nightlife and nonstop excitement!
We keep the party going as we island-hop to The Baths at Virgin Gorda and then onward to the Bight at Norman Island, finishing at the world-renowned Foxy’s Resort in Jost Van Dyke.
Unrivaled beauty with a relaxed vibe, the Abacos are the chilled-out mixtape of chartered sailing in the Caribbean.
Boasting one of National Geographic’s “Top 10 Best Beaches in the World”, the Abacos are known for scenic vistas, world-class snorkeling in reefs packed with sea life and shallow white sand beaches stretching for miles in each direction.
There is an abundance of history and culture to explore on-shore, first-rate golfing, and smooth sailing.
Choose from one of our four packages and suite options.
$2395 / person
$1295 / person
$1195 / person
Click ‘Booking’ from the menu above to submit your deposit and a YachtLife Organizer will contact you with your options for destinations, vacation packages, and payment schedules.
Your YachtLife Organizer will also provide you with important details on personal liability, traveler’s insurance, passports, your flight, and answer any questions you may have. Your deposit is non-refundable, and airfare and alcohol are purchased separately.
For the past two years, YachtLife has organized trips to the Caribbean to introduce young professionals to yachting culture and the experience of a lifetime.
Sailing may be perceived as the hobby of the privileged, but YachtLife is determined to acquaint this way of life, sport and relaxation to a new and diverse group of people.
During the vast majority of the trip, our boats are anchored or docked at a pristine beach or luxurious yacht club.
Trips in between destinations are approximately 2 to 3 hours in length. The Caribbean waters are generally calm and land is always in sight. It’s an ideal introduction to sailing and YachtLife. For more details, view the itineraries for the British Virgin Islands and Bahamas excursions.
If you happen to be an experienced sailor and would like to be a Captain or First Mate on the trip, use our contact form to let us know.
You don’t need to know how to swim to be a part of YachtLife.
There are lifejackets on board for each passenger and safety is always the captain’s number one priority. On arrival day, we’ll have a brief safety meeting to address any questions.
Once you have secured your spot, you’ll receive details by email about what time you must arrive at the destination airport and what time you should book your flight home.
Be sure to check weather forecasts online before you pack.
Every boat is responsible for cooking meals with the provided groceries.
One or two people on board may volunteer to be the chefs for the week or the whole boat may decide to rotate cooking responsibilities among each passenger.
Keep in mind that if you aren’t doing the cooking, your help cleaning up and tidying the common areas is always appreciated.
At several destinations like Scrub Island Resort and Bitter End Yacht Club there are restaurant/bars/dining options, if you prefer.
Your vacation package includes any meals on-board; the cost of any meals onshore is your responsibility.
Check out the floorplan of the yachts. Each cabin sleeps two passengers in a double bed and has a bathroom (called the head) adjacent to it.
When reserving your spot on the trip, you must indicate to the YachtLife organizers who your cabinmate will be. Standard Packages are not offered for single booking.
If you would like to book a single cabin to yourself, select the Individual Ticket (solo cabin) option when reserving your spot. Linens and towels for the shower will be provided.
After submitting your deposit, you will receive an email from email@example.com with options for purchasing your vacation.
Choose your destination, vacation package, and either payment in full or through multiple payments. You can pay for your trip with up to three payments after your non-refundable deposit.
Airfare and alcohol are not included, and must be purchased separately.
An experienced sailor, sailing instructor, and captain, Caleb founded YachtLife to provide an opportunity for his friends and colleagues to be exposed to the luxury of chartered cruising, the sport of sailing, and the untold beauty of the Caribbean islands at a price point they could afford.
Captain & Organizer
Architect by day, Yacht Captain by night and weekend, Tony has been involved with YachtLife since the beginning. He is an architect for a DC based firm, and is also a former junior Olympian soccer player, now martial artist and volunteers his time as a sailing instructor for DC Sail, a community sailing organization.
Captain & Organizer
Ben is a native Washingtonian who has spent the majority of the last 10 years Sailing his yacht on the Chesapeake Bay and boating on the Waterways around Washington, DC. Ben graduated from Brown University and currently serves as the Director of Operations for Bike to the Beach, a non-profit biking organization.
Captain and Organizer
Raised on the shores of Lake Champlain, Chris grew a skill and love for sailing at a young age. Currently residing in the PacNW, Chris pursues his sailing adventures in the Puget Sound in beautiful Seattle. Chris is an entrepreneur and a small business owner (seattleburlap.com), an educator and consults small businesses in all things technology.