yacht charter san juan

ninau
Crewed Yacht: Nina Lu
Guests/ Passengers: 8
Cabins: 4
Crew: 4

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Crewed Monohulls: Antiquity
Guests/ Passengers: 4
Cabins: 1
Crew: 2

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northernlights
Crewed Yacht: Northern Lights
Guests/ Passengers: 10
Cabins: 5
Crew: 6

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Luxury Yacht Charter: San Juan Islands

san juan island yacht charterProposed San Juan Islands Sailing Itinerary:

Day 1 Set sail for Spencer Spit State Park
Set sail from the base to Spencer Spit State Park. This is a 130 Acre Park on Lopez Island, it has several mooring buoys and affords good holding. Check the weather and stop on the leeward side of the spit.
Day 2: Shopping and dining spots
Head to Friday Island one of the most popular tourist destinations. The island community is one of the best spots for shopping and dining ashore. This port offers transient moorage for your night stay.
Day 3: Islands' most picturesque locations
Sail to one of the island most picturesque locations of Roche Harbor. Originally a Hudson’s Bay Company trading post, today Roche Harbor is a scenic yachtsman resort. Once settled enjoy a cocktail and watch the famous sunset flag ceremony.
Day 4: Enjoy a scenic stroll on Stuart Island
Reid Harbor at Stuart Island not only affords 360 degrees of protection but also boasts a comforting number of mooring buoys and floats. This is an excellent place for the hikers in the crew to enjoy a scenic stroll.
Day 5: A magical spot with numerous bays
Sail out early and stop so you have enough time to explore Sucia Island; voted the best Park in the San Juan Islands. It’s a magical spot with numerous bays to explore wither by dinghy or land.
Day 6: Resort offers history and scenery
Head toward the base of Mt. Constitution at the Rosario Resort. A mansion once belonging to Seattle legend Robert Moran, this waterside resort offers history, beautiful scenery, dine ashore and relax at the Resort’s spa.
Day 7: Sail to Cypress Island for your final day
Cypress Island is a rugged island and the low lying island of Guemes.


Long before Spanish and English sailors explored this vast myriad of islands, the San Juan Islands lured adventurous mariners seeking a special place. Comprised of hundreds of islands ranging from the small rocky outcrops to large forest-clad and mountainous masses; it is impossible to see everything in week long yacht charter.

The waters are rich with seafood salmon, rockfish, scallops, mussels and clams. Wildlife abounds on land and sea. You will encounter tiny squirrels, deer and migratory birds. You may also catch a peak at seals, sea lions and whales.

The weather is mild year round; summer is mostly sunny with temperatures ranging from the low 70’s to the low 80’s. Rainfall can be as little as 20 percent as much of the cruising areas of the Pacific Northwest are in the “rain shadow” of high mountains.