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Yacht Charters

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Yacht charters in Mediterranean, Caribbean, Indian Ocean, Thailand, Whitsunday Islands & more

Catamaran cruising

Cruising aboard a sailing catamaran means you’ll enjoy a spacious onboard lifestyle and an impeccable balance between performance and manoeuvrability. The Sunsail charter fleet includes sailing catamarans from the world’s leading innovators in build, design, and performance with both Robertson and Caine's, Leopard Catamarans and Lagoon Catamarans ranging in size from 38’ to 48’ in our worldwide charter fleet.

By design, the build of a catamaran offers spacious proportions not only in full height cabins, on-deck lounging areas, and wide outdoor living spaces but also in the main salon and galley where expansive open designs and large windows create a bright interior for you to enjoy during your sailing vacation. Thoughtfully designed cabins in both port and starboard hulls means more privacy for you and your guests during your charter.

Whether you’re at anchor or in full sail, a catamaran keeps your experience steady and balanced throughout your sailing vacation. All of our sailing catamarans benefit from a shallow draft, allowing you to explore intriguing shorelines and anchor in shallow waters. With the ease of manoeuvrability and performance in mind, sailing a catamaran is ideal for sailors of all experience levels.


Monohull sailing 

With its classic, single hulled template, the monohull is the original sailboat. Designed by Jeanneau with performance in mind, our monohulls give you optimal control whether the conditions are flat and calm or rough and wild.

Choose from our world-class fleet of monos, ranging from compact 32 footers to spacious 53 footers. Our scrupulously maintained, well appointed yachts offer every creature comfort, as well as power aids including electric winches and the latest furling systems. Catch a mistral in the Med or tame Vancouver’s Salish Sea—these elegant yachts deliver whether you’re heading upwind or down.

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