What’s the best type of yacht charter for you?

Yacht Charter Options

Bareboat Charters

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This is a great way to have a do-it-yourself vacation on the water! You bring your own captain along and get your guests involved in the day-to-day fun onboard. You’ll love the freedom and flexibility but if you don’t have someone who can sail the yacht for you, why not consider a skippered or crewed charter?

Bareboat Charters

Skippered Charters

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You’ve got the day-to-day stuff covered, but the whole “driving” thing is not necessarily for you and your guests. No problem, add a skipper and you’ll be all set! You can add a hostess too if you’d like some help on the interior and cooking side of things.

Crewed Charters

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Immerse yourself in luxury and choose a crewed charter – everything is taken care of and whether it’s an all-inclusive or APA (Advanced Provisioning Allowance) charter, you won’t need to think about a thing. Charter a yacht for a day or a week and let the stress melt away as your every desire is taken care of. Ask us for our recommendations!

Skippered & Crewed Charters
  • Who is AMWAX Prime?

    Alex was a captain on charter yachts around the world for nine years before moving to Palma de Mallorca with his wife and welcoming their little one to the world.

    He spent his professional years at sea cruising the Caribbean from the BVIs all the way down to Bocas del Toro, Panama, as well as enjoying the indigo blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Recreationally, he’s cruised all over the world including Mauritius and French Polynesia, so his itinerary knowledge is unparalleled!

    Working on all kinds of yachts for so many years means that Alex can be your go-to guy for any type of yacht charter on any type of boat! Whether you want to charter a bareboat monohull in the BVIs or a crewed motor yacht in Corsica and Sardinia, Alex prides himself on matching his clients with the perfect yacht for their needs and he’ll be available throughout the booking process and through your charter to make sure your vacation runs smoothly!

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Wondering where to charter?

Popular Destinations

Western Mediterranean
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Spain, the Balearics, France and Italy are all incredibly popular destinations, and for good reason! Easy connections and options to all sorts of yachts from crewed to bareboat and everything in between! Plan your charter to Iconic destinations such as the Amalfi Coast, Corsica, Sardinia, and the French Riviera.

Eastern Mediterranean

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Croatia, Greece, and Turkey offer a wonderful mix of beautiful bays, charming port towns, and history-rich land-based excursions with numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In these beautiful destinations, you will find some of the friendliest locals in Europe, and the variety of yachts available is unparalleled!

The Caribbean & Bahamas

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Prepare to immerse yourself in a truly laid-back world! The Bahamas and every island in the Caribbean, from the BVIs right down to the Grenadines, offers a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere and a way of life that’s incredibly difficult to tear yourself away from at the end of your charter, no matter what type of yacht you’ve spent your time on!

Wondering where to charter?

Popular Locations

View over Shipwreck Beach at Zakynthos, Greece, with its dramatic steep white cliffs surrounding the deep bay with a small beach where the old shipwreck lies.

Embark on an amazing adventure in Greece, with itineraries in some of the world’s most famous sailing regions like the Cyclades, Saronic Islands, Ionian Islands, Sporades, and Dodecanese. Visit iconic spots like Santorini with its stunning sunsets and Mykonos with its lively nightlife, or escape the crowds to some of Greece’s secluded paradise Islands. Combine your charter with land excursions to ancient places like the Acropolis in Athens and the Temple of  Apollos in Delphi. And don’t forget to try delicious Greek food, known around the world for its tasty seafood and traditional dishes.


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Explore Croatia’s Adriatic coast, home to over 1000 islands, each offering its own unique charm. With endless stunning anchorages and modern marinas and facilities, sailing here is a breeze. Discover historical towns with cobblestone streets and ancient walls, some even UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Don’t miss Krka, Mljet, and Brijuni National Park. Plus, chartering here won’t break the bank, thanks to affordable prices and low VAT rates compared to other Mediterranean spots. Croatia promises an unforgettable adventure on the sea.

British Virgin Islands

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The British Virgin Islands are considered one of the best-crewed catamaran destinations in the world with ideal sailing conditions and amazing dive sites.
Our BVI yacht charters give you access to a huge yacht selection, charter brokers on the ground, expert knowledge of BVI’s constantly changing paperwork, custom itineraries, and insights into things such as where to escape the crowds, best places to watch the sunset, most unspoiled dive sites and much more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a monohull or catamaran better?
That’s a tough one and it really depends what you’re looking for! Monohulls are usually smaller in liveable volume than catamarans but can offer some wonderful sailing while catamarans are a great option for larger groups as they can usually accommodate more people and their bigger deck space means that there’s plenty of room for everyone to lounge around and soak up the sun!
Should I charter a crewed yacht or a bareboat?
If you’re looking for the ultimate in luxury, a crewed yacht is the way to go. The crew are trained to be able to provide you with 5-star service with everything from delicious meals to cocktails and afternoons spent learning to waterski. If you’re more of the “do-it-yourself” type, consider a bareboat where you’ll have the opportunity to get involved in all the day-to-day running of yacht!
Do I need a licence to skipper a bareboat?
That depends on where you’re planning on heading. In the BVIs for instance, a licence isn’t necessary but most bareboat suppliers will ask you to fill out a sailing resume to show what sort of experience you have on yachts. If you’re chartering a bareboat in Greece, the authorities there require that you have an ICC or equivalent. Ask Alex about the regulations in the area you’ve decided on – he’s got all the information!

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Address: AMWAX Prime, Llucmajor, Baleares, Spain

Phone 1: +1 406 780 8088,

Phone 2: +34 692920804