As Croatia opens it borders, the charter industry is already seeing guest returning. Reliance Yacht Management is helping to meet the demand with new catamarans arriving today in Split and more on the way. Here we can see 3 new catamaran heading down the Portuguese coast this morning bound for the Dalmatian coast. The convoy includes a Lagoon 450, a Lagoon 40 and a Bali 4.3. Our clients will be tracking these boats and taking charter bookings.
If you own a yacht along the US Atlantic Seaboard or in the Caribbean then you should be asking yourself that question now. Planning is essential and especially with COVID 19 restrictions affecting so many areas.
Pleasure sailing is almost banned in the Caribbean and travel is severely restricted. Flights are hard to find and many islands impose 14 days quarantine. So what do you need to do?
What Reliance Yacht Management can do is advise you what is possible and put together a plan of action to get your boat safe. We have a worldwide network of local contacts in all the major yachting destinations.
If you plan to leave your yacht in place during the season but cannot travel to prepare it, contact Reliance Yacht Management. There is a good chance that we can provide a local service to prepare your yacht and monitor it during the season.
If you plan to move your yacht for the season contact Reliance Yacht Management for an assessment and delivery proposal.
It’s important to be proactive and to keep your yacht protected before the hurricane season.
We put together a short checklist;