Still Time to Book America’s Cup Yacht Charters

Nicholson Yachts has four boats ready in Bermuda, including one with a VIP Flag for insider access.

June 3, 2017
Americas Cup
Charter in Bermuda during the America’s Cup through Nicholson Yachts. Ricardo Pinto

Nicholson Yachts has four boats still available for spectator charters at the America’s Cup in Bermuda.

The 108-foot Alloy Marae has a VIP Flag, which means charter guests have up-close access to all the action on the water and in the America’s Cup Village. Marae’s weekly base rate is $65,000 for six overnight guests, or she’ll do day charters at $15,000 and can take as many as 20 guests for parties at the dock. Her open dates include Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs and the Superyacht Regatta in mid-June.

The 115-foot Brooks Motor Craft Eros, built in England in 1939, is a classic schooner that recently got new teak deck furniture—perfect for watching events in the harbor. She’s open at a base rate of $42,000 per week, or $9,500 per day, taking eight guests overnight or 12 guests for day charters. Her open dates include qualifier racing, the playoffs and the finals.


The 57-foot Bowman Emily Morgan is open for spectator charters at most remaining America’s Cup events. The weekly base rate is $20,000 for eight guests, and day charters are $3,334 (also for eight guests).

The 72-foot Marten Sirona accommodates six guests overnight at a weekly base rate of $35,000. She comes with a Protector Targa 28 tender that has a cuddy cabin, head and partial hardtop for zipping around the harbor to see all the America’s Cup action.

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