What Happens on the Trip?
Each day, we’ll sail to a different island or port. When you wake up in the morning, your yacht will sail during the day and then rendezvous with the rest of the boats at the new destination. You determine how to spend your day, either on curated excursions, shopping, enjoying the beach or having a relaxing day on the yacht.
Do I need to know how to sail?
No, each yacht has an experienced skipper on board. If you want to help or learn about sailing, our skippers will always appreciate your pitching in and happy to explain the tasks that need to be done.
Where Do I Sleep?
Our yachts have luxurious and comfortable accommodations. Each cabin sleeps two guests in air conditioned bliss. Some guests choose to sleep on the deck and wake up to the sunrise.
How Will I Order Food for the Yacht?
Several weeks before departure, Trekr's team will host an easy to join conference call with you and your yacht mates to begin getting to know each other and to prepare for the trip. One of the topics we will cover is how to order food and beverage for your yacht. We use an online provisioning website that is reliable and convenient as it will be delivered to your yacht and ready for you when you arrive.
Will I Need To Do Anything On The Trek?
The main priority for any trip is for you to enjoy yourself and have a memorable experience. During the trip, everyone will need to help keep the yacht organized. Also, the captain may need your help from time to time getting the boat ready to sail each morning and anchoring it in the evening. We all work together as a team to ensure we get safely from destination to destination on a yacht that is clean and organized.
is travel insurance offered?
Trekr requires travel insurance as a means to ensure customers are cared for in the event of unforeseen circumstances. While some credit cards offer all of the travel insurance you may want, Trekr also offers a comprehensive option for travel insurance. It reimburses for cancelation or trip interruption, includes coverage for medical treatment and evacuation, among other things. You can read more about it here.