Yacht Booking and Payment
This is dependent on which event and which week you are going on. Read more here
The holding fee is non-refundable. Once you have made your first payment if you decide to cancel we cannot guarantee you will receive a refund. We will do our best to re-sell the yacht. Please read more in our Terms and Conditions.
You must complete your crew list by the time that you complete your last payment.
To participate in The Yacht Week you have to book your yacht through The Yacht Week. It is very important to regulate the size of The Yacht Week and ensure a quality event for our guests. We only have a limited number of yachts a week and they are all available to book on our website. If we were to let people book yachts outside of The Yacht Week it is hard to monitor capacity and we would end up with too many people on our events.
If you are a two friends or a couple travelling, we recommend a Cabin Booking and join a yacht of other cabin bookers to all travel together.
Obviously the weeks differ depending on location, but in the same location all the weeks are the same. Just book the week that suits your availability.
Yes, this is possible but you will still incur the full cost of the yacht.
Please look at the destination page as it is dependent on the country you are sailing in.
The wristband is included in the price across all destinations.
You are expected to pay for the skipper’s food and non-alcoholic drinks throughout the week.
No we do not provide meals. You buy the food and alcohol from supermarkets and cook for yourself on the yachts. Alternatively you can eat in restaurants.
No, we only have sailing yachts in our fleet.
There is not a huge amount of room for luggage on yachts in general. It is recommended that you use a soft bag, as it is easier to store without taking up space.
Yes, bedding is provided along with the a shower towel per person but we advise that you also bring a beach towel for using during the day.
You need to check out of your yacht before 9am on the last day of the event. For all events this is Saturday, except for the New Year event in the British Virgin Islands where the last day can vary – please check the dates of the New Year event to know which day this falls on.
Before the check out, you need to take out all your baggage, trash and left over food/drinks. You just have to collect all the sheets and towels that you have used and put them in a pile in one of the cabins.
No, you must be at least 20 years old to come on one of our trips or turn 20 the same year as the week you go on.
We aim to have 50% women and 50% men at all of our events.
The average age is 27 years old.
Your skipper will be assigned a few weeks before departure.
You can order through our online shop or buy it at an event in the summer.
For Croatia, Italy and Greece we recommend that you arrive around 2pm in order to get all of your paper work and food shopping done. For the British Virgin Islands and Thailand we suggest 3pm.
In Croatia, Greece, Italy and Thailand, you have to be back in the harbour on Friday evening. Every yacht has to check-out before 9am on Saturday, so you are free to leave any time after that. If you have a really early flight you should do your check-out on Friday evening. In the British Virgin Islands events, the yachts return to the harbour at around 11am on the last day (the last day can vary for the New Year event – please check your itinerary to know which day this falls on) and the check-out is done shortly afterwards.
No, but if you or a member of you party does not have a skipper license you will need to book a skipper when you book your boat. This will be a great chance for you to learn to sail so ask your skipper to show you how it’s done. You may be asked to help with pulling ropes or holding fenders but it is all easy work!