The Newport Charter Yacht Show is coming up soon, June 22-25, 2015, in Newport, Rhode Island and we are excited to see all wonderful yachts that are available for charter this summer in New England. This is a great industry only show where we get a chance to see the yachts, meet the crews and see what they do while on charter so we can present them to our client with the utmost confidence. We are looking forward to presenting our clients with the best crewed motor yacht charter for the summer!
If you are looking for a different and upscale experience, then a charter from Newport, Rhode Island, U.S., is the perfect choice for your next sailing adventure. Famous as a New England summer resort and home of the prominent Newport Mansions, it was also the site of some of the ‘Summer White Houses’ during the administrations of Presidents Dwight D Eisenhower and John F Kennedy.
Well known as one of America’s hottest Summer destinations, Newport has always been one of the biggest yachting destinations on the East Coast. It is also extremely well known for the Newport Mansions, Newport is located 61 miles (98km) from Boston. Nearby, the commercial hotspot of Thames Street, bustling with restaurants, shops and bars. Frequently inundated with national and international tourists, we highly recommend chartering out of Newport.
If you’re thinking of chartering in Newport, Rhode Island, why not have a look at NORTHERN LIGHTS, a stunning Westship 132. She has 5 sumptuous cabins accommodating for 10 guests. She is fantastically well appointed, with lots of water toys to enjoy and plenty of additional entertainment equipment. She has a fabulous jacuzzi on her deck, where guests can enjoy a drink or two in the luxury that NORTHERN LIGHTS provides.
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On the 26th November 2012, in Portsmouth, Rhode Island (a great place to charter a yacht!), US Sailing and Rolex Watch USA announced that the prestigious brand of watches would maintain it’s support of the sailing’s national governing body. At the same time as maintaining it’s position of being the US Sailing’s official timepiece and title sponsor of the US Sailing’s Rolex Yachtspeople of the Year Awards, on Monday, Rolex explained it would increase support by becoming a patron of US Sailing’s Afterguard and Medalist programs.
The Afterguard is US Sailing’s highest level donor program, with a mission of leadership, integrity and advancement for the sport of sailing in the United States. Afterguard donations fund restricted projects of mutual interest between donor and the organization as well as unrestricted gifts to support operations. The Medalist Program supports the Olympic Sailing Program whose mission is providing a path to Olympic and Paralympic pre-eminence for the sailors of the United States.
Rolex has long viewed US Sailing’s role as critical to the development of the sport in the U.S.A., and this new era in the relationship not only builds on the partnership that the two organizations have forged over three decades, but also continues the encouragement and promotion of excellence while highlighting the rich traditions of sport.
“We are honored that Rolex is our longest standing partner, supporting US Sailing for over 30 years,” said US Sailing Executive Director Jack Gierhart. “Our friends at Rolex have been, and continue to be, instrumental in the development of sailing in the U.S. While times change and strategies evolve, Rolex’s commitment to the sport and our organization has only strengthened over time. We are grateful for that as we work to promote excellence, integrity, and opportunity in sailing.”
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