Travel the Maine Route

These four yachts will take you to the classic charter destination of Maine.

Aptly Named

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom has one of the highest top speeds — about 25 knots — in her size range. Also, her captain, Mike Finnegan (formerly of the popular 130 Westport Serengeti) is a Maine native.

Charter, Destinations, Maine
With Northrop & Johnson, this 161-foot Trinity takes 10 guests at a weekly rate of $165,000.Courtesy Northrop & Johnson

Grand, Indeed

Launched in 1987 and refit in 2014, Grand Cru has all of the rich interior woodwork and traditional styling that you would expect from a Dutch-built yacht of her vintage. She is, and feels like, a classic.

Charter, Destinations, Maine
This 78-foot Jongert, with Neptune Group Yachting, takes six guests at a base rate of $27,500.Courtesy Neptune Group Yachting

Family-Friendly

Bandido has a layout that is ideal for a family with children. The full-beam master is aft near a bunk-berth stateroom for small children, while the other two guest staterooms (a double and a twin) are forward of the salon — giving teens some privacy.

Charter, Destinations, Maine
The Oyster 625 Bandido takes six guests with Oyster Yacht Charters. Weekly rate on request.Courtesy Oyster Yacht Charters

Experience Counts

The owner of the 106-foot Lazzara Gale Winds previously owned the 112-foot Westport by the same name, which enjoyed a long and steady run in charter. The 106 just completed a refit inside and out, including new mattresses in all of the guest staterooms.

Charter, Destinations, Maine
This 106-foot Lazzara takes eight guests at a base rate of $49,000, with Churchill Yacht Partners.Courtesy Churchill Yacht Partners