Charter in Mid-Atlantic USA!
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See below the information for Mid-Atlantic USA, a truly interesting charter destination. Contact Us for personal service and knowledge of this charter destination.
The Mid-Atlantic USA is an excellent place to charter. The many different destinations, interesting history and different cultures make the Mid-Atlantic unique. The Mid-Atlantic is a great destination for a fun charter.
From Savanah, Georgia in the South to New York City in the North, there are many worthwhile destinations for a Mid-Atlantic USA yacht charter. Yachts frequently move between north and south with the spring and fall making a great opportunity for a yacht charter on the Intracoastal Waterway at discounted rates. The Intracoastal is a safe and protected water highway running the entire length of the east coast from the Florida Keys to Norfolk, Virginia. Please Inquire for more information.
See below some of the featured destinations for the Mid-Atlantic. There are many more but there are some of the highlights.
Savannah, Georgia is first on our list. Much of the antebellum South is preserved here with homes and buildings beautifully maintained for your enjoyment. Of course, the famous southern hospitality and food is found here in abundance. Spanish Moss hangs from the trees adding an exotic flavor.
St. Simons Island, Georgia mid way between Savannah and Charleston, South Carolina offers a nice stop. There is history, shopping and restaurants to be found and enjoyed.
Charleston, South Carolina has plenty of history, great seafood and ambiance served in an antebellum atmosphere. This is the one place you don't want to miss a tour on a horse drawn carriage. Seeing and hearing the history and architecture of Charleston is a treat. The Civil War started with the firing of cannon and occupation of Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor. You will see the fort as you cruise by on your charter and you can visit this fort personally.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is famous for a lovely beach, golf courses and tasty seafood. With nearly 100 golf courses, Myrtle Beach has been called the "Golf Capital of the World". The Grand Strand beach with boardwalk and Skywheel is a premier attraction.
Cape Hatteras, North Carolina juts out into the Atlantic Ocean offering nearly endless miles of beach. Inland on the Intracoastal Waterway, there are small towns and secluded areas to explore. Most yachts stick to the Intracoastal as that is the most direct and safest route.
Norfolk, Virginia is the northern most point of the Intracoastal Waterway, Mile Zero. Here the waterway joins the Chesapeake Bay. Norfolk is an important port for the US Navy and the world's largest naval port. There are building yards, repair facilites, and a reserve fleet (mothball). Norfolk itself is an interesting city for history (scene of the first ironclad battle), great seafood restaurants and the town attractions.
Cheapeake Bay is a huge watershed for marine life and the people living there. Cities and towns such as Annapolis, St. Michaels and Baltimore, Maryland, Washington, DC, and the many other Bay communities offer their own history, culture, shopping and more. The fishing in the Bay is phenomenal as many different species of fish and also oysters are found here.
Atlantic City, New Jersey is the place for night life. There are casinos, restaurants, discos and everything you can think of in Atlantic City, New Jersey for fun. And there is the beach and famous boardwalk during the day, too.
New York City, New York is the last city of the Mid-Atlantic. As you cruise by the Statue of Liberty, The City skyline dominates the view. You can cruise up the Hudson or East Rivers to see the bustling activity both on the water and ashore. Stop and take in all The City has to offer for the arts, entertainment, culture and sights.
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