Yachting along the Northeast U.S. and New England is an incredible way to experience the beauty of this renowned region. The coastline is dotted with charming towns, ancient lighthouses, and secluded beaches. It is also one of the best locations in the world to see whales, and from a yacht, you can get up close and personal with these majestic creatures.

When to go:
May – September

Ideal itinerary:
5 Nights pick-up and
drop-off in Newport, RI

What not to miss:
Wine Tastings – Whale Watching
– Sunrise on the Bay – Upmarket Culture


Visit the charming island of Nantucket with its cobblestone streets, antiquated homes, and beautiful dune-backed beaches. Anchor in one of Nantucket’s many dazzling coves where the water is crystal clear and perfect for swimming, sunbathing, or snorkeling.

Cape Cod

Dating back to the early days of European settlement, Cape Cod is steeped in history and culture, offering the chance to visit the Pilgrim Monument and Museum in Provincetown, the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, and the Cape Cod National Seashore.

Martha’s Vineyard

Accessible only by boat or air, Martha’s Vineyard is a favorite summer enclave thanks to its quaint harbor towns and stunning rural backdrops. The perfect place to relax and unwind, there’s something for everyone, from pristine sandy beaches and wildlife sanctuaries to world-class golf courses and leading contemporary and traditional art galleries.

Sag Harbor and The Hamptons

Sag Harbor has been popular with discerning visitors since the last century. This tiny community was once a major whaling port, and today it attracts artists, musicians, and City dwellers looking to enjoy sunset sails just three hours from NYC. Art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants abound but the real draw is cruising through The Hamptons – a string of affluent villages on the South Fork of Long Island famous for its magnificent beaches, luxurious homes, and celebrity residents.

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