1. What type of equipment will I find on board?
Sea Senor carries the most up-to-date equipment and all the extras a sailor could ask for, including GPS satellite navigation systems, autopilots, and CD players with cockpit speakers. We even have generators and air conditioning. The below deck areas are modified from standard factory production models to give you more room, comfort and luxury. Top of page

2. Can I afford a yachting vacation?
Yes, you can. The “per person” cost of a yachting vacation is usually at or below the cost of a resort vacation or ocean cruise, without the crowds! For an estimate of your cost, contact us and find out for yourself how affordable this unique adventure is with Sea Senor. Top of page

3. How do I book my vacation?
You can arrange your charter right now while you are logged on this web site. Simply choose your destination, yacht and book your yacht. If you would prefer to request a reservation by telephone just call one of our Vacation Planning Specialists. They are standing by to assist you in planning the perfect yachting vacation. Top of page

4. What travel documents do I need?
As of Dec. 31, 2006, all destinations require a passport for entry. For detailed entry requirements, call your Vacation Planning Specialist, or check with the consulate or embassy of the nation you wish to visit. Top of page

5. What type of clothing should we pack?
The keynote is simplicity. Casual and breezy beach attire is certainly the order of the day on deck, though for evenings ashore, slacks or a sundress are appropriate. Rubber soled shoes as opposed to hard soles are recommended aboard our yachts, so wear boat shoes or tennis shoes. You may find aquatic shoes convenient for beachcombing. Above all, protection from the sun is vital – lots of suntan lotion, wide-brimmed hats or sailing caps, and loose-fitting cotton cover-ups. For cool or windy evenings, a windbreaker comes in handy. Top of page

6. Who decides the sailing itinerary?
This is the beauty of the private crewed yacht experience. When you board your yacht, the captain will sit down with you and develop an itinerary based on your desires – or you can leave it all up to your experienced captain. Weather permitting; the itinerary can be changed at any time if you wish to spend more or less time in any area. This is truly a private yacht at your command. Top of page

7. Where do we board our yacht?
We will meet you at the airport and take you to your yacht, or to your hotel. At the end of your charter, you will sail back to the marina and then be transported to the airport. Top of page

8. Are children welcome?
Our crewed yachts offer a fantastic family vacation experience. Our crews will provide guidance in using the snorkeling gear, kayaks and other water toys and are experienced in serving families with children. The chef will design a menu to accommodate the preferences of both children and adults. Top of page

9. Will I be able to make and receive telephone calls?
Yes, all of our yachts have a VHF (ship-to-shore) radio aboard in addition to cellular telephones on most of the yachts. Top of page

10. Will I be able to order special diet menus or request favorite beverages?
Yes, you will be supplied with preference sheets to complete prior to your charter. The chef accommodates special diets (salt free, low fat, etc.). Meals will be planned according to your preference sheet selections. An ample supply of the beverages you request will also be stocked. Top of page

11. What should we tip our crew?
The quality of service should dictate the gratuity. As a guideline, we suggest an average of 10-15% of the charter cost. Top of page

12. How many people can sleep on the boat?
Maximum two per room. Top of page

13. Where would the Chef, Housekeeper, or Nanny sleep?
You would have to have one room available for them. Top of page

14. Where does the Captain sleep?
The Captain has his own room and bathroom at the front of the boat.