M/Y "Passion" is a 52 m, 173 feet Swedeship which was rebuilt in 2003 and offers Luxury Yacht Charters in The Mediterranean and The Caribbean. M/Y "Passion" can accomodate up to 12 guest.

M/Y Passion's special features include a full array of water toys, a huge Sundeck area and an oversized Jacuzzi Tub and Alfresco dining. M/Y Passion's upper deck has a bar with a card table and arcade games and in the aft there is a relaxing seating area with an enormous 72 inch retractable plasma screen TV with cinema quality surround sound and cabinets containing a vast library of films.

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A mix of pleasures await on a crewed Caribbean yacht charter. Depending on the destination, the adventure can include nightly access to full-service marinas, upscale restaurants and boutiques, and sightseeing at historic sites, all with beautiful beaches and great snorkeling.

For a more laid-back crewed Caribbean yacht charter there are destinations away from the beaten tourist track. The Grenadines in the Windward Islands are an excellent example. Either way, a crewed Caribbean yacht charter is an indulgence under sail, a way to see and experience all the best places in style and comfort.

Favorite destinations in the Caribean
  • Belize
  • British Virgin Islands
  • St. Vincent and The Grenadines
  • St. Lucia and St. Martin



Florida and Key West


Start your luxury crewed yachts, with a mega yacht charter, super yacht charters, yacht rental and boat rental in Florida and Key West. Beautiful Sun, beach, cosmopolitan cities such as Miami and Ft Lauderdale, diving, game fishing - those are just a few of the attractions of a Florida Yacht Charter.

Florida offers a superb array of charter yachts to meet all of your needs, from luxury super yachts, to motor yachts, sailing yachts and catamarans, as well as specialized deep sea fishing and event yachts for corporate entertainment. There is a variety of Florida Luxury Yachts and game fishing to help you enjoy and remember the the most adventurous yacht experience you are searching for.

Whether you want to explore the Keys, cruise Miami and Ft Lauderdale or explore Sannabel and Boca Grande, Lambda Luxury Yacht charter can find you the right luxury power yacht for a fabulous charter. Charter from Miami Beach or Key West, or one way between the two bases and cruise into the peaceful serenity of the Florida Keys, over 125 miles of islands warmed by the Gulf stream.

The first island is Key Largo which offers some of the finest diving and snorkeling in the Florida Keys. One of the main attractions in Key Largo is the John Pennekamp State Park. Islamorada, just south of Key Largo, is known for its world class sport fishing. Marathon Key is known as the heart of the Florida Keys and offers many relaxing. Big Pine Key and the Lower Florida Keys are as kicked back as it gets here. Boating and diving are the number one attractions.


Mexico and The West Coast


A luxury Crewed North America yacht charter features the amazing scenery of Baja, Mexico. You’ll be surrounded by unique and fascinating desert landscapes and the serine Sea of Cortez teeming with sea life. Wildlife and marine life abound making your sailing vacation an incredible eco-adventure. Wildlife excursions with dolphin and whale watching, and swimming with baby sea lions, are also parts of the La Paz yacht experience. The waters have novice to advanced sailing opportunities, and picturesque, desolate coves to anchor a yacht.

Cabo San Lucas, at the tip of Baja California Sur, provides charters for snorkeling, and whale watching. Yacht under its 200-foot arch with a glass-bottom vessel and scuba to see marine life from both the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean, or take a diving charter in the Cabo clear, clean waters. Cancun Island in the Caribbean side is approximately 16 miles long with the highest point above sea level being 200 feet. The State of Quintana Roo is located 550 miles south of Miami, in the South-eastern part of Mexico.

Along the coastline of about 540 miles, there are numerous coral islands and a reef barrier, the second largest in the world. If you are searching for calm, peaceful days to enjoy the sun and the sand, Cancun boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.


New England and The East Coast


The northeastern coastline of the United States designated as New England is an extensive area stretching from Long Island in the state of New York, along the coast and southern coastal islands of Rhode Island, Massachusetts, including Cape Cod, and up along the coast of New Hampshire, the coast and islands of Maine, and into Canada, along the coast of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Cape Breton Island

Their are six states of New England that form the most compact and most accessible region in the United States. It's easy to see all six states on one vacation, but you can also spend a week in just one place on your charter yacht. One state, Rhode Island, can fit in your coat pocket; the others -- Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine -- can fit inside Oklahoma and still leave room to stretch out.

While an extensive area, the coastline throughout is beautiful, with wide sandy beaches and sand dunes in southern New England giving way to rocky cliffs and pine trees further north, with towns and villages exuding traditional New England architecture, all dotted throughout with historic lighthouses. And the cold water of this New England is home to excellent seafood, including, of course, the Maine Lobster, Codfish, and Halibut, but also a wide selection of oysters, clams, mussels, crabs and scallops.



The Caribbean and St. Lucia


St. Lucia lies south of Martinique and north of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. An English speaking island that was originally French (until 1796), the island boasts unspoiled natural beauty: dramatic mountain peaks, tropical rain forest, and beautiful, secluded white sand beaches.

The St. Lucia islands are easily recognizable because of its mountain peaks: Piton Flore (north), Mt Beaujolais (center), Mt Magasin (south), Gros Piton and Petit Piton (southwest coast). Adventurers can rent four wheel drive vehicles for exploring or go inland on foot for spectacular hiking.

Luxury Yachts typically arrive into Rodney Bay, a safe and tranquil lagoon. To the south lies the capital city of Castries, a bustling, historic center, and then, along the the southwest coast, small, traditional fishing villages and Soufriere, the oldest town on the island. Just off the west coast is Pigeon Island, home of St. Lucia’s Jazz Festival and a remarkable museum documenting the island’s history from the Caribs, through the French and British colonial era to the present.

On the east coast of the island, visitors should not miss the Mamiku Gardens, fifteen acres of lovely winding pathways and carefully planted spaces with everything from exotic plants to medicinal herbs and banana trees.


The Caribbean and the British Virigin Islands


The British Virgin Islands are in many ways a sailing charter Mecca. It has all of the ingredients for a perfect sailing vacation holiday – consistent winds, gorgeous islands, destinations varying from posh hotels to deserted beaches, shipwrecks, beach party towns, and a pace and charm that perfectly fits sailing.

In fact, nearly the entire economy (with the exception of sheltering companies from tax) is devoted to sailing, and charterers meet people from all over the world of like mind and spirit.

The largest of the 36 British Virgin islands is Tortola, at 20 km long and 6 km wide, which has the highest elevation in the British Virgin Islands, at 540 meters. Virgin Gorda also rises steeply from the sea with a volcanic peak of 410 metes. Though most of the islands in the group are volcanic, Anegada is a very flat coral and limestone atoll 30 miles northeast of Tortola, none of it more than a few meters above sea level and almost invisible to passengers arriving by sea. Most of the other 30 odd islets are uninhabited.


The Caribbean and The Grenadines


St. Vincent and the Grenadines are some of the most beautiful and unspoiled islands in the world, ideal for eco-adventures and sailing holidays where you explore nature while in harmony with the environment. They include 32 islands and cays stretching south from St. Vincent to Grenada. Only 9 of these are populated.

All the islands are volcanic, with deep bays and inlets where clear aquamarine waters lap on fine white-sand beaches. The uninhabited islets and rocks include the famous, breathtaking, Tobago Cays, Mopion, Carriacou's Sandy Island, Mabouya and White Island.

There is a clear focus in the Grenadines on protecting natural beauty and tranquility by way of national parks and conservation areas. (There is also a rule throughout most of the Grenadines prohibiting the use of jet skis.) Hikers, birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts will find amazing places to explore.

Divers will appreciate the amazing variety of tropical fish in the shallow-water reefs around the Grenadine islands. Visitors may be treated to seeing some of the six kinds of dolphin (including spinner, spotted, Fraser and bottlenose) or to watching the Orca and pilot whales that inhabit these waters.

The Mediterranean and Greece



Greece is the birthplace of European civilization. Greece is one of the top yachting destinations in the world. Greece Yacht Charters offer thousands of islands to explore, history, cuisine, water sports, secluded ports and a timeless culture the fits perfectly with yachting.

Greece is a mountainous peninsula in the mainland, projecting into the sea at the southern part of the Balkans. This famous peninsula, called the Peloponnesus peninsula, is separated from the mainland by the Corinth Canal and is surrounded by over 1400 Islands scattered around both the Aegean and Ionian Seas.

The storied Greek Islands offer endless possibilities to discover secluded anchorages, swimming holes and timeless coastal towns by sailing yacht. Each island has its own character and attractions, and classical history and ruins abound.

Sailing Greece is not something done in one yacht charter - normally sailors will explore one of the island groups (see below) and return year after year to further discover the Greek sailing areas.


Yacht Charter in The Italian Riviera and The French Riviera


The Italian and French Mediterranean is one of the world's most visited charter destinations, for many well-deserved reasons. The climate is sublime, the landscape stunning, and the stops offer everything from tranquil islands to "flash" destinations such as St Tropez, Monaco and Cannes. It all sums up to a perfect destination for an unforgettable yachting holiday.

During the charter season, which extends from April to October, the wind rarely is too strong, the sea is generally quiet, the tides and currents are mostly negligible, the ports are numerous and the destinations interesting and world renowned. There is good reason why many of the most famous painters, including Picasso and Cezanne, chose this area to live - it's stunning!

The region offers almost too much choice for a one week holiday. Do you want to walk the Cannes Croisette in the footsteps of movie stars, take a spot on the beach in trendy St Tropez along side numerous celebrities, walk the old port of Nice and hit the casino in stunning Monaco, or are you looking for the quiet yachting in beautiful areas such as the Porquerolles or Lerins Islands, the Esterel Cliffs, and the beautiful seaside towns such as Villefranche and Eze-sur-Mer. Or see the villa'd splendor of the famous "Caps" of Antibes, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, and d'Ail.

The French Riviera is also the perfect starting point for an extended Mediterranean cruise, that can include Corsica, Sardinia, the Ligurian and Tuscan Italian coast, or over to Barcelona, Majorca and Ibiza in Spain. Decisions, decisions!


Yacht charter in Spain


Mallorca offers everything you could ask for in a yacht charter destination - clear seas, excellent weather, world class ports, beautiful anchorages, unspoiled natural parks, excellent Spanish cuisine (tapas and paella!) and the friendly, relaxed Spanish culture. Mallorca is synonymous with world-renowned beaches and coves, but is also a perfect destination to enjoy countryside, culture, water sports, and many other leisure pursuits.

Majorca/Mallorca is the largest of the Spanish islands, measuring 80 km across with over 550 km of coastline, and is part of the Balearic Islands Archipelago off the Mediterranean cost of Spain. Along with its “sister islands”, Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca, Majorca is an extremely popular destination for yachting enthusiasts of all types.

There are many reasons to visit the island, either as the base for your charter or as one of the main stops while cruising the Balearic Islands and Spanish Mediterranean coast.

Sports and Activities

Mallorca's clean, crystal clear waters are ideal for bathing and for water sports such as scuba diving, water skiing, windsurfing, fishing, sailing and surfing. These are not the only sports on offer here, however: golf is widely available. There are many well-designed courses, set harmoniously in their natural surroundings, suitable for all levels.


Yacht Charter in Turkey


A Gocek crewed yacht vacation itinerary takes you to the stunningly beautiful turquoise waters of the Lycian Coast, its steep shores indented with numerous coves and bays, its pine-clad islands stretching east and west like emeralds on the shimmering blue of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.

Turkey offers all of the best of the Mediterranean to the charterer - history/ruins, excellent cuisine, peaceful anchorages, numerous glorious islands to explore, sparkling clear blue water and a mild climate perfect for yachting.

Most Turkish charters start from the Southwestern port towns of Bodrum, Marmaris, Gocek or Fethiye, although you can also cruise the magnificent Bosphorus near Istanbul, the Black Sea as well.

Bodrum is the center of the Turkish Gulet and Blue Cruise area, a very popular starting place for sailing charters in the Aegean Sea. It was called Halicarnassus in Ancient Greek times, and was the site of the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (which unfortunately was destroyed by the Crusaders to build Bodrum Castle).

Bodrum has a large, protected harbour, overlooked by Bodrum Castle, which houses a fascinating museum of its incredible history. The harbour is generally full of a stunning array of Gulets and sailboats and offers plenty of restaurants and seaside cafes. Bodrum is easily reached from Istanbul and many other European cities, as it has an international airport 20 minutes inland.

Yacht Charter in The Bahamas


The Bahamas are famous for their very laid-back and friendly people, with exquisite cruising amid isolated Islands, Cays and Islets that are fringed with coral reefs that draw snorkelers and scuba divers from around the world. The premier big-game in fishing in The Bahamas is second to none, especially offshore from the billfish capital of the Bahamas at Chub Cay, which is located in the Berry Islands just north of Andros Island.

Add quaint towns, full-service marinas, waterfront restaurants, and pristine white-sand beaches to the mix and collectively all of these attractions are truly the essence of a Bahamas Luxury Yacht and powerboat charter. According to the Bahamas Tourism office the Islands of the Bahamas is unique with their individual character and charm--and there is some truth to this.

Visit the main islands like beautiful Grand Bahama Island (Freeport/Lucaya) and bustling New Providence (Nassau and Paradise Island).

Or, if you really want to get away from the crowds, visit one of the many out islands like Abaco, Andros, Acklins and Crooked Island, Biminis, Berry Islands, Cat Island, Eleuthera, Exumas, Inaguas, Mayaguana, Long Island and San Salvador.

Yacht charter in Abacos, Bahamas


A Bahamas Luxury Yacht and powerboat charter includes many fun activities and adventures. Of course, the obvious ones are related to the water and the pleasure of driving a luxury power yacht in an idyllic setting. There are many fantastic snorkeling and scuba diving sites with superb visibility and a varied mix of difficulty levels to accommodate beginners and advanced divers. You can definitely count on breathtaking white-sand beaches, where swimming isn’t just splashing around, but an experience that you can always remember.

Saltwater anglers can pursue bonefishing off their Powercat in any season or arrange an offshore excursion to go after white and blue marlin, tuna, wahoo, or sailfish when in season. There are plenty of Watersports that fans will find ample opportunities at the laid-back resorts. Luxurious cuisine in the Bahamas is excellent. Most Bahama destinations have restaurants and bars, and a number offer intriguing shops with locally made handicrafts. In short, a Bahamas charter has something for everyone in the family to enjoy.


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