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Luxury yacht charter in Mexico

A superyacht charter in Mexico delivers a magnitude of experiences, whether you head for the Sea of Cortez, the Yucatan Peninsula – or beyond.

Described by Jacques Cousteau as the “aquarium of the world”, this charter destination is a marine paradise. The sheltered gulf is home to hundreds of rare species including Pacific manta rays and enormous whale sharks. Slip into the warm turquoise waters and swim or snorkel beside these gentle giants for an incredible underwater adventure.

The Sea of Cortez offers the ultimate whale-watching experience. Friendly and curious, the blue, grey and humpback whales of the Sea of Cortez love to interact with visitors. Watch humpback whales breach in front of your yacht sending waves of water over the hull. Take the tender out and get up close and personal with grey whales as they swim with their calves. A truly magical encounter, this is one trip you’ll forget.

Take in tiny fishing villages along the coast for a slice of timeless Mexican culture. Eat catch of the day in beachside restaurants or buy the fresh fish for the onboard chef to barbecue for dinner. A unique chance to visit the most scenic and unspoilt villages in Latin America, this is island life at its most authentic.

  • Described as the aquarium of the world
  • Whale-watching oppurtunities
  • Great restaurants with fresh fish daily
  • Best time to visit: December to April
  • Mexico is the home of tequila
  • The Chichen Itza pyramid is one of the seven wonders of the world
  • Mexico is the world's largest Spanish speaking country
  • The currency is the Mexican peso
  • The offical language is Spanish

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Puerto vallarta.

Your Mexico yacht charter begins at the Paradise Village Marina, where you'll set sail to Banderas Bay. Cruise the clear blue waters and drop anchor for the afternoon adjacent to Los Archos which teams with large varieties of sea life below and an array of scenic flora and fauna on land. These three small islets each contain a natural rock arch from which they earned their name.

Nuevo Vallarta

Wake up and enjoy a leisurely breakfast on the northern corner of Banderas Bay. Then head to Marietas Islands, home to one of the most unique and beautiful beaches in the world. Known as ‘Hidden Beach’, this beach was formed by the collapse of the volcanic rock that makes up the island. On days with perfect sea conditions, you can swim through a cave that provides the only access to the stunning beach. Venture south along the scenic coast of Jalisco into a small remote anchorage of clear water and coral heads called Ipala.

Set sail early heading south towards Bahia de Chamela arriving around midday. Spend the afternoon exploring three small scenic islands that encompass the anchorage.

After a relaxing morning, cruise to the resort town of Tenacatita. Here there is a buzzing restaurant and nightlife scene and the opportunity to play golf overlooking the Pacific.

Barra de Navidad

We anchor to the north of the Bahia de Navidad. Take in the blissful white sandy beaches and snorkel in the crystal-clear waters amongst the local marine life.

Cruise across the bay to the Marina de Barra Navidad. Take in the cobblestone streets and Latin architecture in the scenic sleepy town and for adrenaline junkies, enjoy water skiing in the afternoon on the mudflats. After tucking into a dinner of fresh seafood, take a walk in the warm breeze along the shoreline by night.

Leaving Bahia Barra, you head out of the Bay setting a course to Manzanillo. You’ll get to see La Hadas Marina, made famous as the money set of ‘10’ where Bo Derek ran down the beach in this Mexican port.

Spend the morning pursuing the towns and beaches of Manzanillo before ending your luxury yacht in Mexico at midday.

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Mexico Yacht Charters

Ideal for year-round vacations, Mexico is an inspiring luxury charter yacht destination full of colour, culture and fantastic food. The expanse of coastline along the east and west coasts of Mexico offer a heady fusion of Spanish and Indian influences, ancient Aztec and Mayan civilisations and an abundance of beautiful beaches and world-class luxury resorts.

Mexico Luxury Yacht Charter Guide From the Caribbean Sea in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west, a yacht charter vacation in Mexico offers everything from snow-capped mountains to fauna covered beaches. Sheltered by the extensive Gulf of Mexico, the Yucatan Peninsula in the east encompasses a similar climate to the Caribbean and is full of secluded coves and bays and white-sand beaches set against tropical forests.

In contrast, Mexico’s Baja Peninsula on the west coast offers desert plains, majestic mountains and spectacular beaches lapped by the waters of the Pacific to the west and the Sea of Cortéz to the east. Whether exploring the history and culture along with bustling cities and cosmopolitan nightlife ashore or delving beneath the waterline to discover breath-taking coral reefs and marine life, Mexico is a destination of choice for discerning world charterers.

Renting a Private Charter Yacht in Mexico For more information about renting a private luxury charter yacht in Mexico please contact your preferred Yacht Charter Broker, they can help you plan your perfect yachting vacation itinerary, combining your party's needs with recommendations about the best time to visit each area.

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Douce France Yacht Charter in Mexico

Douce France

42m   Alumarine

from $108,000 p/week ♦︎

La Dea II Yacht Charter in Mexico

Sea Eagle 10

81m Royal Huisman

81m   2020/2022

from $599,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Yersin Yacht Charter in Mexico

from $480,000 p/w eek

La Datcha Yacht Charter in Mexico

La Datcha 12

77m Damen Yachting

from $740,000 p/w eek

Game Changer Yacht Charter in Mexico

Game Changer 17

72m Damen Yachting

72m   2017/2020

from $450,000 p/w eek

Formosa Yacht Charter in Mexico

60m Benetti

from $470,000 p/w eek

After You Yacht Charter in Mexico

After You 12

55m   2011/2022

from $350,000 p/w eek

La Dea II Yacht Charter in Mexico

La Dea II 12

49m Trinity Yachts

49m   2007/2021

from $191,000 p/w eek ♦︎ *

Pisces Yacht Charter in Mexico

46m Northern Marine Co

46m   2011/2021

from $185,000 p/w eek *

Avalon Yacht Charter in Mexico

46m Cheoy Lee

46m   2010/2018

from $99,500 p/w eek

Douce France Yacht Charter in Mexico

Douce France 12

42m Alumarine

42m   1998/2021

from $108,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Alegre Yacht Charter in Mexico

40m Benetti

from $165,000 p/w eek

Rule No.1 Yacht Charter in Mexico

Rule No.1 12

40m Westport Yachts

40m   2011/2023

from $135,000 p/w eek

Serengeti Yacht Charter in Mexico

Serengeti 12

40m   2002/2014

from $140,000 p/w eek

Sacajawea Yacht Charter in Mexico

Sacajawea 12

38m Lake Washington Shipyard

from $70,000 p/w eek

Mariner III Yacht Charter in Mexico

Mariner III 12

37m Winslow Marine Rail & Shipbuild...

Liquidity Yacht Charter in Mexico

Liquidity 10

37m Platinum Marine Services Ltd.

from $77,821 p/w eek

Luz de Mar Yacht Charter in Mexico

Luz de Mar 10

from $150,000 p/w eek

Majestic Yacht Charter in Mexico

Majestic 16

from $72,450 p/w eek

El Rey Yacht Charter in Mexico

35m Deep Sea Marine

35m   1987/2016

from $105,000 p/w eek

Cada Uno Yacht Charter in Mexico

Cada Uno 10

35m Canados

35m   2007/2021

from $98,000 p/w eek

Neoprene Yacht Charter in Mexico

Neoprene 10

33m Overmarine

33m   2002/2017

from $109,000 p/w eek

Panache Yacht Charter in Mexico

33m Broward

33m   1991/2007

from $41,200 p/w eek

Blackwood Yacht Charter in Mexico

Blackwood 8

31m Broward

31m   1998/2018

from $87,500 p/w eek

Besame Mucho Yacht Charter in Mexico

Besame Mucho 10

30m Pelitoglu Yachting

30m   2007/2018

from $37,520 p/w eek

Katania Yacht Charter in Mexico

30m   1961/2002

from $59,500 p/w eek

Catari Yacht Charter in Mexico

26m Canados

26m   2005/2016

from $55,000 p/w eek

Anticipation Yacht Charter in Mexico

Anticipation 6

25m Knight & Carver

25m   1988/2015

from $30,000 p/w eek

Nomada Yacht Charter in Mexico

24m Mochi Craft

24m   2010/2021

from $40,000 p/w eek

Bolder Won Yacht Charter in Mexico

Bolder Won 10

Matau Yacht Charter in Mexico

23m Privilege Yard

from $39,000 p/w eek

Plum Yacht Charter in Mexico

22m   2001/2010

from $18,000 p/w eek

Mas Yacht Charter in Mexico

21m Sunreef Yachts

21m   2009/2011

from $42,000 p/w eek

Forever Yacht Charter in Mexico

18m Sunreef Yachts

from $31,500 p/w eek

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Mexico Holbox Yacht Charter - Tropical beach setting on Isla Holbox, Quintana Roo, Mexico with shady palm trees

Mexico’s East Coast is an eclectic assortment of charter magic, from steamy jungles and sparkling cenotes to luxurious coastal resorts and exciting restaurants.

A luxury yacht charter to Mexico’s East Coast promises bright, beautiful, bustling landscapes chock full of excitement for the most discerning travelers. This destination bridges the gap between ancient archeological ruins, high-end resorts, and pristine beaches.

As you embark on your journey to Mexico’s East Coast, you can envision the crystal-clear waters, flavorful fare, and colorful streets that wind through these culturally rich towns. The Gulf of Mexico shelters the Yucatan Peninsula and encompasses a climate similar to the Caribbean, scattered with secluded coves and bays, white sand beaches, and lush greenery.

Experience Mexico’s East Coast on a Luxury Yacht Charter

A luxury holiday on Mexico’s East Coast offers many breathtaking experiences. Visit natural wonders, historical sites, and vibrant coral reefs.

Shop in Playa del Carmen

Teeming with white sand beaches and turquoise waters, this paradise pocket has quickly moved up the ranks to one of the most popular destinations for those on a yacht in Mexico. Stroll along the pedestrian walkway of 5th Avenue, lined with shops, restaurants, and lots of color. Right off the coast, you can see the Mesoamerican Reef, the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere, stretching almost 700 miles from the Yucatan Peninsula through the Honduran Bay Islands. This one-of-a-kind Caribbean excursion is a must-do while on your luxury yacht charter.

See the Mayan ruins of Tulum

Mexico’s East Coast is also home to Tulum, a town known for its high-end restaurants and upscale nightclubs while boasting gorgeous lagoons and cenotes. The picturesque beaches and well-preserved ruins of an ancient Mayan port city unite to make Tulum a truly unique destination. You can dive at Cenotes Dos Ojos (Two Eyes Cenote), one of the most extravagant diving sites in the Yucatan Peninsula. If you’re more interested in a quintessential day lounging on the white powder sand with your toes in the water, head to Tulum Beach. This stunning and seemingly perfect stretch of paradise welcomes you to dip in the water, sunbathe on the sand, and shop at the local boutiques that line the drag.

For a more rugged atmosphere, head to Mayan Beach, a unique beach that showcases Mayan ruins against the crispy white sand and crystal-clear waters, along with a beach club that serves fantastic cocktails. Take a night off from dinner on your charter yacht and enjoy a meal at Macario. Past diners rave about the high-energy atmosphere, delectable meals, and great vibes. The décor and ambiance are impeccable, with outstanding staff and even better Mexican cuisine.

Relax on Riviera Maya’s white sand beaches

Thrill-seekers on charter yachts will appreciate the many Riviera Maya cenotes adorned with intricately-shaped stalactites and stalagmites. They mirror cathedrals with their delicate ins and outs, the crystal spires growing alongside each other, forming impressive shapes that make your diving experience much more exhilarating.

See the vibrant murals on Isla Holbox

North of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is the quaint island of Isla Holbox. Rich in marine life, like turtles and whale sharks, Isla Holbox is the perfect addition to your East Mexico yacht charter. This stunning locale is the ideal combination of relaxation, natural beauty, and fantastic weather. For those who find beauty in large murals with vibrant colors that seem to jump off the wall, Isla Holbox will not disappoint. You can roam the quiet streets and take yourself on a mural tour to marvel at the beautiful artwork. Playa Holbox Beach is the best beach on the island, and some say the best in Mexico itself. The unreal beauty and untouched charm delight every visitor on the white powder sand.

Contact a yacht broker on Mexico’s East Coast

Northrop & Johnson is a leading international yacht brokerage with access to the best and most luxurious yachts for charter, including those on Mexico’s East Coast. Our yacht charter brokers have unparalleled expertise and market intelligence. We take pride in listening to our client’s needs and crafting exceptional charter itineraries. Rent a superyacht on Mexico’s East Coast and enjoy the ultimate vacation on the water. Contact our yacht brokers today to plan the ultimate yacht charter vacation.

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Charter Highlights Mexico - East Coast

  • Take a dive at MUSA, the Underwater Museum of Art, Cancun
  • Explore the Mesoamerican Reef, the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere, Playa Del Carmen
  • Enjoy a dazzling dining experience at Macario, Tulum
  • Head to Mayan Beach, a unique beach that showcases Mayan ruins, Tulum
  • Unwind at Playa Holbox, the best beach on Isla Holbox

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Mexico’s East Coast offers several cruising grounds known for their stunning natural beauty, vibrant culture, and diverse marine ecosystems.

Explore Cancun

Cancun offers indigo waters against white sand beaches and unrivaled nightlight hotspots on the edge of Quintana Roo. You can explore Cancun’s excellent diving locations like MUSA and the Underwater Museum of Art, home to extraordinary coral sculptures and many colorful species of marine life.

Located just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cozumel is the largest inhabited island in Mexico. It offers world-class diving and snorkeling opportunities for those on yacht rentals, with vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life. Cozumel is a popular port of call for cruise ships and private yachts alike.

Isla Mujeres

Situated near Cancun, Isla Mujeres is a charming island known for its laid-back atmosphere, palm-fringed beaches, and colorful coral reefs. It’s an ideal destination for sailing and snorkeling enthusiasts seeking tranquility away from the bustling mainland.

Holbox Island

Located northwest of Cancun, Holbox Island is a hidden gem known for its unspoiled natural beauty and abundant wildlife. It offers secluded anchorages, sandy beaches, and opportunities for swimming with whale sharks during certain seasons.

This emerging cruise port on Mexico’s Caribbean coast offers a mix of cultural experiences, adventure activities, and natural attractions. Visitors can explore ancient Mayan ruins, snorkel in the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, or relax on secluded beaches.

Puerto Aventuras

A gated marina community located between Playa del Carmen and Tulum, Puerto Aventuras offers upscale amenities for boaters, including a full-service marina, waterfront restaurants, and luxury accommodations.

Situated near the Belizean border, Xcalak is a remote fishing village known for its pristine coral reefs and untouched natural beauty. It offers a tranquil setting for sailing, diving, and exploring the nearby Banco Chinchorro Biosphere Reserve.

When is the best time to charter a yacht on Mexico's East Coast?

The best time to charter a yacht on Mexico’s East Coast typically coincides with the region’s dry season, from late November to April. The weather is typically sunny with minimal rainfall, providing excellent conditions for cruising, snorkeling, and beach activities. Sea conditions are usually calm, making for smooth sailing experiences. This season aligns with the peak tourist season, so popular destinations may be more crowded, and yacht charters may be in high demand. Contact an N&J yacht charter broker today to book your Mexico private yacht charter.

What can I expect from the weather on a Mexico yacht holiday?

High temperatures.

Expect warm to hot temperatures year-round, with average highs ranging from the mid-80s to 90s Fahrenheit (around 29-35°C). Summers are hotter and more humid, while winters are slightly more relaxed but still pleasantly warm.

Tropical Climate

The region experiences a tropical climate characterized by distinct wet and dry seasons. The Caribbean Sea wet season typically runs from June to October, with increased rainfall and occasional tropical storms or hurricanes, especially from August to October. From November to May, the dry season brings lower humidity and less rainfall.

Sea Conditions

The Caribbean Sea offers calm to moderate seas, particularly during the dry season. However, during the wet season or when tropical storms are nearby, seas can become rougher, so staying informed about weather conditions and exercising caution while at sea is essential.

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If you are looking for a blissful superyacht escape filled with dazzling white-sand beaches and glorious turquoise waters, then look no further than Mexico.

With over 10,000 kilometres of magnificent coastline and a diverse climate that ranges from beaming rainforests to tranquil bays, Mexico offers all-encompassing yachting adventures and a plethora of exciting activities to fill your itinerary. Mexico’s astonishing cruising grounds are irresistible for passionate sailors and sun worshipers. The Sea of Cortez, on the Pacific coast of Mexico just south of Baja California, is an enthralling volcanic stretch of coastline whose waters and inhabited by incredibly diverse sea life. Chartering a luxury yacht in the Sea of Cortez will expose you to mesmerising sea mammals, from dolphins and hammerhead sharks to humpback and killer whales.

Stepping off your yacht onto the enticing beach-clad shores, you will savour Mexico at its very finest, from its fascinating Mayan and Aztec history to the exquisite tastes of its world-renowned cuisine. The Yucatán peninsula, separating the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean Sea, offers further exhilarating yachting adventures in the seductive Mexican climate. This region is perfectly positioned for superyacht charters, with secluded spots for complete and utter relaxation as well as opportunities for thrilling action both onshore and at sea. The Yucatán peninsula boasts thriving coral beds and an exotic marine life which makes for scintillating diving and snorkelling experiences. While Mexico’s stunning coastline offers a scenic retreat to spend quiet days enjoying the privacy and exclusivity of your superyacht, there are plenty of opportunities to venture ashore and be in the heart of energetic cities.

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On the northeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula is Cancún, perhaps the most notorious of these cities. While Cancún is famed for its vibrant nightlife, there is plenty to do during the day, from relaxing on the white sandy beach of Playa Norte to getting adventurous at the Underwater Museum and Eco-archaeological park. Not far from Cancún is Puerto Vallarta, a beautiful resort town which draws in visitors for its sublime beaches, water sports and nightlife. Here, you can also enjoy high-end and boutique shopping. Whether on the east coast or west coast, Mexico presents superyachts with spectacular natural settings and the perfect blend of luxurious beach bliss and adrenaline-pumping adventures. There are so many awe-inspiring natural forms to discover, and an array of thrilling ways to do so. With luxury, culture, and natural splendour in abundance, Mexico is a dream for superyacht charters.

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The Resplendent Mexican Riviera (5 Day Superyacht Charter in Mexico)

The Mexican Riviera offers a superyacht charter experience which fuses the secluded bliss of the coast and the highlights of luxury resort towns. Moving from tranquil beaches and bays to well-known cities, you will be exposed to the very best of two different sides of Mexico. The Riviera’s natural beauty and warm translucent waters provide the perfect setting for a superyacht escape, while there are also plenty of luxury hideaways to enhance your charter experience.

Day 1: Puerto Vallarta – Bahia de Banderas

Your dazzling charter across Mexico’s stunning Riviera will begin from the vibrant city of Puerto Vallarta. Nestled in the splendid Bahia de Banderas, this is one of Mexico’s greatest sailing locations and here you will instantly immerse yourself in the yachting spirit. Before leaving for the cruising grounds of the Bahia de Banderas, you will have an opportunity to explore the bustling city of Puerto Vallarta. The resort town is blessed with fantastic beaches and abundant nature to discover, while high-end boutiques and local crafts make for an exciting shopping experience. Puerto Vallarta is certainly not short of bars and restaurants, and here there is also a lively nightclub scene. Boarding your luxury private superyacht you will head out into the Bahia de Banderas. Bounteous marine life inhabit the waters here, and you will have the chance to swim with emerald-backed sea turtles or sail further out to watch humpback whales.

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Day 2: Bahia de Banderas – Yelapa

From the hive of activity in Puerto Vallarta you will soon embrace the isolated luxury of your superyacht charter as you arrive in the small fishing village and popular overnight anchorage of Yelapa. This small beach town is unique for its bohemian atmosphere and vibrant traditions and customs. This lively locale is home to many artistic ex-pats, who took up residence here in the 60’s with a flood of celebrities and beatniks that included Bob Dylan. The untamed natural splendour of this town provides great opportunities for treks, and behind the village you will find an enchanting waterfall.

Day 3: Yalapa – Bahia de Camela

Leaving the relaxing and retro atmosphere of Yaleapa, you will sail along the shimmering coastline to the protected anchoage of Bahia de Camela. During the long sail across to Bahia de Camela, you will have the perfect opportunity to indulge in the luxury of your superyacht. The gorgeous Mexican climate will have you spending plenty of your time on the exterior decks, soaking up the sun and allowing the crew to pamper you as you embrace the charter experience. Arriving in Bahia de Camela, there is little you will want to do other than relax in this sublime setting. There is a small village along a long stretch of pearly beach, and here you will anchor up to enjoy the intense Mexican sunset with al fresco dinner followed by drinks on your superyacht. There are a number of small islands in the surrounding cruising grounds which can be explored during the daytime, ensuring you get the adventure associated with superyacht charters.

Day 4: Bahia de Camela – Bahia Careyes

Your last two stops will have offered great seclusion to enjoy the exclusivity of your superyacht charter, but your next stop is all about luxury. Bahia Careyes caters to those seeking a hedonistic retreat where indulgent inclinations are encouraged. The small anchorage at Bahia Careyes is a gateway to several luxurious resorts where you can visit to spend days in opulent spas or savouring exquisite food. There is plenty for your superyacht to do in Bahia Careyes, with thrilling opportunities for swimming in the warm waters. There is a large turtle nesting area here, so you may even have the chance to swim with these gentle giants.

Day 5: Bahia Careyes – Bahia de Tanacatita

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For unforgettable evenings away from the yacht deck, delve into these fabulous dining options, delicious sundowners, sophisticated clubs, and unique adventures.

Dining Aguila y Sol At this urban haven, Marta Ortiz Chapa, a frontrunner in Mexican cuisine, demonstrates her innovative ideas about traditional Mexican cooking with unique ingredients and flawless presentation. The signature margheritas alone make a visit to this Mexico City institution worthwhile.

Pujol An upscale dining establishment set in the heart of Mexico City, Pujol has been catching the city and the nation’s attention for years. Chef Enrique Olvera has built up an international reputation for exquisite New Mexican cuisine within this contemporary setting.

Verana You’ll have to take the tender from Puerta Vallarta to reach this jungle-based Jalisco establishment, but the piquant, traditional cuisine is sure to make the journey worthwhile: those who know order one of the many fresh fish dishes, as they are particularly delicious.

Sundowners Glass Bar Situated on 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen, which is part of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Glass Bar is part of the Mosquito Blue Hotel. Though it serves an excellent Italian menu along with a sprawling selection of wine, the best way to enjoy the bustle of 5th Avenue is grab a table outside for people-watching and city sunset cocktails.

Piso 51 A new members club with breathtaking panoramas of Mexico City, this opulent and highly secretive club is by invitation only, and very worth the wait.

Clubbing Pata Negra Head to this popular Argentinean club set in the heart of Mexico City to enjoy salsa, bossanova and flamenco music. The weekends can be crowded but as the floor is filled with Mexico’s young elite, it’s not a bad place to end up.

CFNA Co-owned by a Mexican film star and with sister outlets in Miami and Milan, this stylishly lit martini bar is both relaxed and romantic.

Gogo Lounge Join the young, cosmopolitan crowd that heads to this quirky Mexico City bar and club for cocktails, electronica and a rowdy night of fun.

Adventures Mexico City's mariachi mayhem Once the sun sets on Mexico City’s Plaza Garibaldi, the nightly battle of the mariachi bands begins. As pleasing to the eye as to the ear, watch dozens of sparkling sombreroed strummers compete for approval as they entertain the gathering crowds with traditional Mexican music played on acoustic guitars and the occasional horn and accordion.

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Yachting in Cancun, Mexico

Experience the thrill of yachting in Cancun, Mexico, a tropical paradise known for its crystal-clear waters and vibrant nightlife. Cancun, a premier destination for luxury yachting, offers a blend of leisure cruises, water sports, stunning Caribbean beaches, and a rich cultural backdrop. Perfect for those seeking both luxury and adventure, it's an ideal spot to explore the beauty of the Mexican Caribbean.

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Location: Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico Pacific Coast, Caribbean & Central America Categories: Marinas & Moorings

Marina Puerto Escondido is the best hurricane hole in the Sea of Cortez, Baja California Sur - Mexico, known for premium marina services for superyachts , natural protection, and adventure!

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Location: Ensenada, Baja California Sur, Mexico Pacific Coast, Caribbean & Central America Categories: Marinas & Moorings, Boatyards / Shipyards / Haul Out

Gran Peninsula is just 60 nm south east of San Diego in the port of Ensenada.

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Location: Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico Pacific Coast, Caribbean & Central America Categories: Marinas & Moorings

An IGY Marina located at the tip of the famous Baja California Sur. Accommodating cruising yachts & superyachts.

Marina Costa Baja

Location: La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico Pacific Coast, Caribbean & Central America Categories: Marinas & Moorings

This premier marina & resort can accommodate yachts up to 220’ LOA.

Marina de la Paz

This marina can accommodate yachts up to 70’ LOA in slips, and side ties for Superyachts up to 200’ LOA.

Marine Group Boat Works De Los Cabos

Marine Group Boat Works is a full-service boat repair / refit facility located in San Jose del Cabo.

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If you’re looking for super yacht supplies and services on the sea of cortez, you’re in the right place..

Eco Naviera is the main Premier Yacht Agent for the marine industry in Baja California Sur. Located in La Paz, Mexico, our staff is qualified to provide excellent service, we offer a complete range of services to boats

in the ports of Loreto and La Paz .

Eco Naviera has a highly qualified and friendly staff that is ready to provide you with excellent service during your visit. Whatever you require, from port clearance to fishing licenses, Eco Naviera can provide the best service at the most competitive rates.

Mexico holds many fantastic touristic attractions, breathtaking sceneries, and state-of-the-art marinas. Contact us for any inquiries about itineraries, bookings, or provisions you might need for your trip.

Eco Naviera has the local knowledge and experience to help you make the most of your stay in the Sea of Cortez.

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María Yolanda Espinoza is the founder and manager of Eco Naviera, with more than 30 years of experience in the maritime industry in Mexico, she will your best consultant and ally on the Sea of Cortez. You can get to know the stories of our team members on our periodical posts on Instagram. Follow us to keep track of our activities and interact with us.

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Our previous clients, we have worked with boats of all shapes and sizes, including some of the most famous premier yacht in the world as;.

M.Y. Umbra 168’

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Mexican Navy tall ship open to public in San Diego this weekend

Dozens of people cheer as a 261-person crew arrives on the tall ship Cuauhtemoc

The Mexican ship Cuauhtémoc docked in San Diego Bay as part of a tri-continental training cruise and is open for public tours Friday through Monday

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The crowd began cheering as the 41-year-old Mexican Navy tall ship approached the B Street Pier Thursday. Among them was San Diego resident Margarita García, who held a sign that read “Bienvenida a San Diego, Lupita.”

Cadet Giovanny de Jesus Magana Calderon works on deck.

García was waiting for Cadet Lupita Barrientos, 23, the daughter of a close friend she met as a child and had not seen since. The long-awaited — and surprising — reunion took place aboard the Cuauhtémoc.

“I knew I had family here, but I hadn’t seen them since I was little,” said Barrientos, a fourth-year cadet. “It was a surprise, I wasn’t expecting visitors,” she added. Barrientos and her Aunt Mago, as she affectionately calls García, then called her mother to share the news about the reunion.

The Mexican ship — with a crew of 261, including captains, officers, cadets, class officers and sailors — docked in San Diego as part of a tri-continental training cruise. On board, the cadets learn maneuvers and maritime traditions, but at each stop, it’s all about interacting with people from other cultures, officials said.

“It is a very representative ship,” said Capt. Victor Hugo Molina. “We represent not only the Mexican Navy, but 127 million Mexicans.”

Molina said they are looking forward to visiting the Maritime Museum of San Diego and the USS Midway Museum, among other sights, which he expects to be “a great experience for the cadets.”

Fifty-three crew members are women, the most in the vessel’s history, officials said in a press release. “It’s a very positive message for both Mexico and the world,” said Alicia Kerber, Mexico’s consul general in San Diego.

Jair Aponte arrives on the Cuauhtemoc.

The public is invited to tour the training ship, free of charge, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday through Monday at the B Street Pier.

The ship will set sail for Honolulu on Tuesday to continue its seven-month journey through 10 countries, including Japan, South Korea, China and Australia.

This is the third time the vessel has visited San Diego. It previously did so in 2005 and 2014, officials said.

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Posted: June 21, 2023 | Last updated: June 21, 2023

<p>For many yacht owners, the solution to finding more space aboard for friends and family is summed up by that immortal line by Chief Brody in Jaws: “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.”</p> <p>Until now, bigger has typically meant longer. But that’s quickly changing as more and more builders are creating interior volume by going wider and taller. For disrupter builder Wally Yachts and its polarizing new Wallywhy 150—which refers to its internal volume rather than the boat’s length—the quirky design is said to deliver 50 percent more space than more traditional 78-footers.</p> <p>Other builders like Princess have been in the game since 2021. Its X95 first appeared several years ago, effectively throwing down the gauntlet as a way forward for sub-100-foot yachts to supersize both interior and exterior volumes.</p> <p>Since then, many other builders of small superyachts have jumped on board, with designs that typically have somewhat bloated profiles, far-forward main suites, and open transoms—features all designed to maximize space but minimize length.</p> <p>Here are 10 new yachts 100 feet and under that are breaking the mold in an attempt to dominate the nautical space race.</p>

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For many yacht owners, the solution to finding more space aboard for friends and family is summed up by that immortal line by Chief Brody in Jaws: “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.”

Until now, bigger has typically meant longer. But that’s quickly changing as more and more builders are creating interior volume by going wider and taller. For disrupter builder Wally Yachts and its polarizing new Wallywhy 150—which refers to its internal volume rather than the boat’s length—the quirky design is said to deliver 50 percent more space than more traditional 78-footers.

Other builders like Princess have been in the game since 2021. Its X95 first appeared several years ago, effectively throwing down the gauntlet as a way forward for sub-100-foot yachts to supersize both interior and exterior volumes.

Since then, many other builders of small superyachts have jumped on board, with designs that typically have somewhat bloated profiles, far-forward main suites, and open transoms—features all designed to maximize space but minimize length.

Here are 10 new yachts 100 feet and under that are breaking the mold in an attempt to dominate the nautical space race.

<p>It’s no wonder that disrupter Italian builder Wally—now part of the Ferretti Group—calls its latest head-turner a “spaceship.” Claiming up to 50 percent more space than comparable 78-footers, the 150 (named after interior volume rather than length) has standout features like a main salon with over eight feet of headroom, and a beam of more than 22 feet. The pragmatic design includes a one-level main deck attached to an open rear cockpit that offers easy access to the water. Its most noteworthy feature is the rule-breaking, full-beam master suite tucked into the bow on the main deck. It has wraparound glass—stretching all the way around the bow—for panorama-like views from the main bedroom. Priced from about $6.7 million.</p>

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It’s no wonder that disrupter Italian builder Wally—now part of the Ferretti Group—calls its latest head-turner a “spaceship.” Claiming up to 50 percent more space than comparable 78-footers, the 150 (named after interior volume rather than length) has standout features like a main salon with over eight feet of headroom, and a beam of more than 22 feet. The pragmatic design includes a one-level main deck attached to an open rear cockpit that offers easy access to the water. Its most noteworthy feature is the rule-breaking, full-beam master suite tucked into the bow on the main deck. It has wraparound glass—stretching all the way around the bow—for panorama-like views from the main bedroom. Priced from about $6.7 million.

<p>Short for Ultra High Volume, this new Turkish-built pocket superyacht is a sistership to Lazzara’s UHV 100 and 125 models. The newest Lazzara boasts an impressive 2,153 square feet of interior space in its 87-foot length. Arguably, the boat is not pretty in a classic sense. The towering hull sides, blunt, plumb bow, and dark-tinted glass make it look more like a dinner cruiser than a mini-superyacht. But the interior space is astonishing, from the cavernous Sky Lounge, with its floor-to-ceiling windows, to the salon with a separate, chandelier-lit dining area and chef’s galley. With a fuel capacity of 3,000 gals, the twin 1,000 hp Volvo D13s deliver a top speed of 16 knots. The boat also has transatlantic range. Base price starts at about $10.9 million.</p>

Lazzara UHV 87

Short for Ultra High Volume, this new Turkish-built pocket superyacht is a sistership to Lazzara’s UHV 100 and 125 models. The newest Lazzara boasts an impressive 2,153 square feet of interior space in its 87-foot length. Arguably, the boat is not pretty in a classic sense. The towering hull sides, blunt, plumb bow, and dark-tinted glass make it look more like a dinner cruiser than a mini-superyacht. But the interior space is astonishing, from the cavernous Sky Lounge, with its floor-to-ceiling windows, to the salon with a separate, chandelier-lit dining area and chef’s galley. With a fuel capacity of 3,000 gals, the twin 1,000 hp Volvo D13s deliver a top speed of 16 knots. The boat also has transatlantic range. Base price starts at about $10.9 million.

<p>Movie nights under the stars should have a whole new appeal aboard UK builder Sunseeker’s brand-new 98-footer. Lie back on the yacht’s extra-wide foredeck sunpad and watch the latest blockbuster on a 140-inch screen with laser projection. Or, if you’re the lucky owner, stargaze from your private terrace tucked away in the bow, just steps from the full-beam main-deck master suite, with atrium-style glass sliding doors. One of the best innovations here is the wide, uninterrupted walkway around the entire top deck, which provides safe, easy access from the flybridge to the forward entertaining space. With its twin 2,600 hp V16 MTU diesels, top speed is an impressive 29 knots. Priced from about $10.5 million.</p>

Sunseeker 100 Yacht

Movie nights under the stars should have a whole new appeal aboard UK builder Sunseeker’s brand-new 98-footer. Lie back on the yacht’s extra-wide foredeck sunpad and watch the latest blockbuster on a 140-inch screen with laser projection. Or, if you’re the lucky owner, stargaze from your private terrace tucked away in the bow, just steps from the full-beam main-deck master suite, with atrium-style glass sliding doors. One of the best innovations here is the wide, uninterrupted walkway around the entire top deck, which provides safe, easy access from the flybridge to the forward entertaining space. With its twin 2,600 hp V16 MTU diesels, top speed is an impressive 29 knots. Priced from about $10.5 million.

<p>For its brand-new Grande 26M compact superyacht, Italian builder Azimut has gone extra wide to create massive interior and exterior spaces. Spatial highlights include a full-width flybridge that’s almost 20 feet across and close to 40 feet long, and a foredeck entertaining area that seems more like an outdoor patio. The Alberto Mancini-styled go-fast cruiser is crammed with space-enhancing innovations, such as a teak-decked garage door that, at the touch of a button, hinges upwards to extend the rear cockpit by almost five feet. New ZF pod drives coupled to the yacht’s twin 1,650 hp MAN V12 diesels also save space. It is priced from about $6.2 million.</p>

Azimut Grande 26M

For its brand-new Grande 26M compact superyacht, Italian builder Azimut has gone extra wide to create massive interior and exterior spaces. Spatial highlights include a full-width flybridge that’s almost 20 feet across and close to 40 feet long, and a foredeck entertaining area that seems more like an outdoor patio. The Alberto Mancini-styled go-fast cruiser is crammed with space-enhancing innovations, such as a teak-decked garage door that, at the touch of a button, hinges upwards to extend the rear cockpit by almost five feet. New ZF pod drives coupled to the yacht’s twin 1,650 hp MAN V12 diesels also save space. It is priced from about $6.2 million.

<p>As we said during our <a href="https://robbreport.com/motors/marine/on-superyacht-breaks-all-the-rules-1234606462/">2021 tour</a> of Britain’s Princess Yachts’ tri-deck X95 “When it comes to the polarizing, head-spinning design, there are no half-measures, no in-betweens. You either love it. Or loathe it.” But what those eye-popping lines hide is perhaps the most spacious 95-foot luxury cruiser in the category. Reckoned to be some 40 percent roomier than cruisers with the same length, the X95 has stretch-out accommodations for up to 10 in five cabins and living spaces that rival most apartments. The flybridge covers almost the entire length of the yacht. The 100 is also fast, with twin 1,990 hp MAN V12s delivering a top speed of 23 knots. Prices start at about $12 million.</p>

Princess X95

As we said during our 2021 tour of Britain’s Princess Yachts’ tri-deck X95 “When it comes to the polarizing, head-spinning design, there are no half-measures, no in-betweens. You either love it. Or loathe it.” But what those eye-popping lines hide is perhaps the most spacious 95-foot luxury cruiser in the category. Reckoned to be some 40 percent roomier than cruisers with the same length, the X95 has stretch-out accommodations for up to 10 in five cabins and living spaces that rival most apartments. The flybridge covers almost the entire length of the yacht. The 100 is also fast, with twin 1,990 hp MAN V12s delivering a top speed of 23 knots. Prices start at about $12 million.

<p>This broad-beamed 96-footer is from the Italian builder Extra Yachts, which is part of the Palumbo Superyachts Group. While it’s called the Triplex, there are actually four levels if you include the cozy upper sundeck with its outdoor kitchen, dining area and oversized sunpads. The exterior comes courtesy of Italian designer Francesco Guida, while interiors are by Milan-based Hot Labs. Both teams have made the most of the yacht’s class-leading 25-foot beam. Notable features include a vast full-beam master on the main level and an upper salon dedicated entirely to dining, with a table for 10, an open chef’s galley and an adjoining outdoor bar. Twin Volvo IPS1350s deliver a 16.5-knot top speed. Priced from $12 million.</p>

Extra X96 Triplex

This broad-beamed 96-footer is from the Italian builder Extra Yachts, which is part of the Palumbo Superyachts Group. While it’s called the Triplex, there are actually four levels if you include the cozy upper sundeck with its outdoor kitchen, dining area, and oversized sunpads. The exterior comes courtesy of Italian designer Francesco Guida, while interiors are by Milan-based Hot Labs. Both teams have made the most of the yacht’s class-leading 25-foot beam. Notable features include a vast full-beam master on the main level and an upper salon dedicated entirely to dining, with a table for 10, an open chef’s galley, and an adjoining outdoor bar. Twin Volvo IPS1350s deliver a 16.5-knot top speed. Priced from $12 million.

<p>This Sunreef power catamaran’s beam spans a staggering 44 feet, offering the kind of interior and exterior spaces you only get with superyachts twice the length. Every element of the yacht is XXL-size—from the massive hydraulic swim platform to the full-width flybridge that covers almost 1,000 square feet. Down in the salon is a huge 11-seat U-shaped bar that would delight any mixologist. The five staterooms in the twin hulls have space for 10. A pair of 1,300 hp MAN V8 diesels delivers a six-knot top speed. It is priced from about $15.3 million.</p>

This Sunreef power catamaran’s beam spans a staggering 44 feet, offering the kind of interior and exterior spaces you only get with superyachts twice the length. Every element of the yacht is XXL-size—from the massive hydraulic swim platform to the full-width flybridge that covers almost 1,000 square feet. Down in the salon is a huge 11-seat U-shaped bar that would delight any mixologist. The five staterooms in the twin hulls have space for 10. A pair of 1,300 hp MAN V8 diesels delivers a six-knot top speed. It is priced from about $15.3 million.

<p>In Italian, the word “navetta” translates to “little ship.” Which is a perfect description for Absolute’s new 75-foot fast cruiser. It’s an evolution of the strong-selling Navetta 73 but with nearly two feet of extra length. The yacht’s expansive interior volumes will remain the same, with features like a forward master stateroom on its own level that has a private entrance steps away from the main salon. The salon features floor-to-ceiling glass, with full views of the water, courtesy of open bulwarks. Twin 1,000 hp Volvo IPS1350 diesels deliver a top speed of 25 knots. Pricing starts at about $4 million.</p>

Absolute Navetta 75

In Italian, the word “navetta” translates to “little ship.” Which is a perfect description for Absolute’s new 75-foot fast cruiser. It’s an evolution of the strong-selling Navetta 73 but with nearly two feet of extra length. The yacht’s expansive interior volumes will remain the same, with features like a forward master stateroom on its own level that has a private entrance steps away from the main salon. The salon features floor-to-ceiling glass, with full views of the water, courtesy of open bulwarks. Twin 1,000 hp Volvo IPS1350 diesels deliver a top speed of 25 knots. Pricing starts at about $4 million.

<p>Cross a spacious Miami high-rise penthouse with a Canyon Ranch spa and the result could be this new 96-foot superyacht from Italian builder Arcadia. Boasting a remarkable 4,300 square feet of total living space, there’s room for 12 guests and five crew. And the living spaces even expand, courtesy of fold-down terraces in the main salon and on the rear deck. But the yacht’s focus on wellness and healthy living sets it apart. That expansive, teak-decked foredeck, spanning over 500 square feet, is perfect for yoga sessions or meditation, while the cockpit and beach club offer another 1,000 square feet of social space. For extra peace and quiet at anchor, solar panels can provide up to nine hours of generator-free power.</p>

Arcadia A96

Cross a spacious Miami high-rise penthouse with a Canyon Ranch spa and the result could be this new 96-foot superyacht from Italian builder Arcadia. Boasting a remarkable 4,300 square feet of total living space, there’s room for 12 guests and five crew. And the living spaces even expand, courtesy of fold-down terraces in the main salon and on the rear deck. But the yacht’s focus on wellness and healthy living sets it apart. That expansive, teak-decked foredeck, spanning over 500 square feet, is perfect for yoga sessions or meditation, while the cockpit and beach club offer another 1,000 square feet of social space. For extra peace and quiet at anchor, solar panels can provide up to nine hours of generator-free power.

<p>Think of it as offering pace, with space. Turkish yard Numarine has been building its bold 85-foot 26XP explorer style mini-superyacht since 2018, but later this year, it will launch the U.S.-focused 26XP Fast. Instead of slow-churning 435 hp diesels and nine-knot cruising, it’s bolting-in a pair of mighty 1,800 hp MAN V12s and modifying the hull to deliver a top speed of 31 knots. What hasn’t changed is the XP’s cavernous interior and expensive deck space. Take the top-deck flybridge which, thanks to the yacht’s 21-foot beam and far-forward helm, spans over 700 square feet. That space will include a dining table for eight, a full outdoor kitchen, and more lounges than a Saint-Tropez beach bar. Prices start from $6.95 million.</p>

Numarine 26XP Fast

Think of it as offering pace, with space. Turkish yard Numarine has been building its bold 85-foot 26XP explorer style mini-superyacht since 2018, but later this year, it will launch the U.S.-focused 26XP Fast. Instead of slow-churning 435 hp diesels and nine-knot cruising, it’s bolting-in a pair of mighty 1,800 hp MAN V12s and modifying the hull to deliver a top speed of 31 knots. What hasn’t changed is the XP’s cavernous interior and expensive deck space. Take the top-deck flybridge which, thanks to the yacht’s 21-foot beam and far-forward helm, spans over 700 square feet. That space will include a dining table for eight, a full outdoor kitchen, and more lounges than a Saint-Tropez beach bar. Prices start from $6.95 million.

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After Living Much of Life at Sea, Captain Sandy Finds Love on Land

Sandy Yawn of “Below Deck Mediterranean” married Leah Shafer on — what else? — a superyacht in Florida.

Ms. Yawn, in a white suit, sits on the couch of a yacht with crossed legs. She has her arms around Ms. Shafer, who is wearing a white gown. They are looking at each other and smiling.

By Tammy LaGorce

Sandra Dolores Yawn has been locked up, left for dead on a Florida highway and chased through the Red Sea by pirates.

In the summer of 2018, Leah Rae Shafer reached out on Facebook to send Ms. Yawn her blessings. Not because she thought Ms. Yawn, who goes by Captain Sandy, needed her well wishes, but because she had started watching “Below Deck Mediterranean” on Bravo.

The show follows a crew tasked with catering to a revolving cadre of guests who have chartered a superyacht. Ms. Yawn, a star of the series, is at the helm. Ms. Shafer had written to congratulate her on the show’s success. There was another reason, too. “I thought she was hot,” she said.

Ms. Yawn, 59, has been a yacht captain for more than 30 years. Her foray into television, which started in 2017, was not exactly foreordained. Until her mid-20s, “I was a mess,” Ms. Yawn said. “I was always in trouble. I got kicked out of 11th grade. I didn’t go to college.” At 13, at the start of an adolescence spent between Dundee, Fla., where her father lived, and Bradenton, Fla., where her mother lived, she started drinking. By 17, “I was getting arrested so many times I couldn’t even count how many,” she said. Usually a parent bailed her out. Her father’s refusal to do so after one drunken incident landed her a night in jail.

In 1989, when she was 25, the revolving door of South Florida treatment centers she had been pushing through quit spinning when a counselor told her she couldn’t return. “She said, ‘Sandy, as soon as you get some money in your pocket you’re going to start drinking again,’” Ms. Yawn said.

Fearing real jail time, she joined Alcoholics Anonymous. To start paying off the thousands of dollars she owed in legal fees and addiction treatment center bills, she got a job washing boats in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. By 30, she had earned her captain’s license from Maritime Professional Training, a school in Fort Lauderdale for mariners and yachting professionals.

Rehab — she still has an A.A. sponsor and attends meetings whenever possible — helped her pin down the roots of her teenage rebellion. “I think a big part of my drinking was that I couldn’t accept my sexuality,” she said. “When I got sober is when I accepted that, oh my gosh, I actually prefer women.”

For Ms. Shafer, that level of acceptance took much longer. It also cost her a career as a gospel singer.

Ms. Shafer, 50, is the entrepreneur behind a skin care line, Skin by Leah, and a jewelry business started with a friend, Cuff Me. When she messaged Ms. Yawn to congratulate her on the success of “Below Deck Mediterranean” in 2018, she and her husband of 20 years, then living with their teenage daughter in Denver, were going through a divorce. The relationship had gone stale years earlier, Ms. Shafer said, but fear and uncertainty prevented her from leaving.

“I had the security of not worrying financially, because he took care of everything,” she said. Her gospel career at a nondenominational church had taken off when she was still in high school in Hesperia, Calif. But that was mostly a labor of love.

“I toured and went to college at the same time,” said Ms. Shafer, who graduated from California State University, Northridge, with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts.

By her 30s, she was recording albums, touring megachurches and singing at major Christian conferences. A flirtation with secular performance in the 2000s landed her on the 2003-04 revival of “Star Search” and later a recurring role on NBC’s “The Singing Bee.”

But “I loved God and I loved inspiring people, and the platform I was given was on the stage of churches,” she said. The only problem: “There was really no money in that.”

Before their divorce was final in 2019, she and her husband tried therapy and prayed together. Finally, in 2018, “I just jumped,” she said. “I took a leap of faith. I wanted freedom.”

She found it financially first. Skin by Leah Studio, her Lone Tree, Colo. facial salon that she founded in 2017, was successful right away, she said. When she first saw Ms. Yawn on TV, she was settling into life as an entrepreneur. She didn’t expect to get a response to her Facebook message. But when she got one three months later, in October 2018, it came with an invitation.

In addition to her job as a TV star, Ms. Yawn had started touring with “I Believe,” a series of motivational talks she created to inspire women in leadership positions. When she finally read Ms. Shafer’s message — thousands had been piling up, she said, but something drew her to Ms. Shafer’s — she was in the market for an entertainer for the talks.

In her message, Ms. Shafer had included a video of herself singing the national anthem at a 2014 Denver Broncos game. Once Ms. Yawn clicked the link, she replied right away. “She gave me her phone number and said, ‘I heard you sing,’” Ms. Shafer said. “‘Let’s meet up and talk about how we can do something together.’”

The two continued to talk on the phone and over email. Ms. Yawn was then living in Los Angeles. Ms. Shafer had been planning a Disneyland vacation with her daughter, Lauren, in November, a trip that gave her an excuse to meet Ms. Yawn in person.

Both say they fell in love seconds after Ms. Shafer pulled into Ms. Yawn’s driveway in mid-November 2018. “I offered to park her car for her, and that’s when we hugged,” Ms. Yawn said. “I felt this energy I had never felt. I knew I had to pay attention to that.”

It was a life-changing hug for Ms. Shafer, too. “It was not a normal feeling when I met Sandy,” she said. “She wasn’t the stern captain you see on TV. She was just so fun and so beautiful. That hug melted me.”

Over dinner at Catch, a Los Angeles seafood restaurant, they acknowledged their attraction. “I was really honest with her,” Ms. Yawn said. But Ms. Shafer wasn’t ready to date a woman. “I knew I wanted to be with her,” she said. “I was just freaked out.”

By the end of the evening, Ms. Yawn told her she should take her time. It had been two years since Ms. Yawn’s last relationship. “So at that point I was like, ‘Why rush it?’” she said. “I was older and I’ve learned a lot of lessons. One was, let things happen naturally. Slow and steady wins the race.”

Six months later, the race was over. The women were in a committed relationship, and Ms. Yawn had moved to a place near Ms. Shafer’s in Denver. It was smooth sailing until the end of 2019, when news of the couple’s relationship started circulating in entertainment media.

The public outing ended Ms. Shafer’s gospel career. “I knew the minute I came out as being in love with a woman it would be over, and it was,” she said. Her six CDs, sold in dozens of church bookstores, were pulled from shelves and shipped to her doorstep. Christian radio stations stopped playing her music.

“I had worked for 35 years,” she said. “And it was over.”

Most painful of all were comments after her father’s death from Covid in 2020. “People in the church told me he died because of my sins,” she said. “But he had met and come to accept Sandy before he passed, and I thank God that happened.” Now, “my family adores Sandy.”

Ms. Yawn lost both her parents to heart attacks before she became a TV star — her father in 2006, and her mother in 2009. In 2015, she was en route to the Miami Boat Show on her motorcycle when she was hit by a car. The driver left the scene. “I felt my mother’s presence while I was flipping through the air, and I felt peaceful,” she said.

When she hit the pavement, she had a fractured pelvis and her foot “was on sideways,” she said. By then, though, she was used to navigating life and death scenarios, including fires at sea and run-ins with pirates. She credits her fortitude and empathy, qualities highlighted on “Below Deck Mediterranean,” which she joined in 2017, to her sobriety. “I’ve got nothing to hide and everything to share,” she said.

In 2022, Ms. Yawn and Ms. Shafer bought a house together in Parker, Colo. In September 2023, while Ms. Yawn was filming in Greece, Ms. Shafer flew overseas to visit. Ms. Yawn proposed with a diamond engagement ring on the beach , with violin players in the background.

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On May 11, Ms. Shafer and Ms. Yawn were married in Fort Lauderdale aboard She’s a 10 Too, a superyacht lent to the couple by their friend Carolyn Aronson. Fifty-five guests, the maximum allowed aboard the vessel, were in attendance. Among them were “Below Deck Mediterranean” castmates Aesha Scott, Kate Chastain and Dave White, known to viewers as Chef Dave. (And yes, there were cameras filming.)

Ms. Shafer, in a long white wedding gown by Leah Da Gloria, walked down the aisle with her two brothers, Matthew Dale and Justin Dale, to an altar decorated with white roses and hydrangeas; her daughter, now 18, was her maid of honor.

Ms. Yawn, in a white Veronica Beard suit, was escorted down the aisle by Mark Dunham, her brother-in-law. Michelle Dunham, Ms. Yawn’s sister, was her maid of honor. Most guests were barefoot, as is common on yachts. The brides and their wedding party were granted an exception.

Nadine Rajabi, the showrunner of “Below Deck Mediterranean,” who is ordained by the Universal Life Church, married them on the yacht’s bridge aft deck, a job made more difficult by the weather: wind caused her microphone to cut out and blew the pages of her speech around. But nothing could disturb the focus of the brides as they read handwritten vows.

Ms. Shafer told Ms. Yawn that she had taught her to be more optimistic, more playful and “to jump.” Ms. Yawn told Ms. Shafer that she had given her patience and grace.

The captain had been hoping to make it through the ceremony free of tears. But that, she said shortly after they were pronounced married, was impossible. “The minute I looked at Leah and started reading her all the reasons I fell in love with her I started to cry,” she said. “It’s so amazing to find this kind of love in your lifetime.”

On This Day

When May 11, 2024

Where Aboard the superyacht She’s a 10 Too, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Rescue Mission The couple chose “She’s a Lady” for their first dance during an onboard reception. Chef Dave prepared short ribs and a three-tiered, gluten-free vanilla, chocolate and strawberry cake that threatened to topple in the wind and heat (temperatures were in the 90s).

Cruising After the wedding, the brides took off for a five-day honeymoon to Little Palm Island on a yacht lent by Mr. Flynn. Ms. Yawn was at the helm, of course.

Onward In June, Ms. Yawn and Ms. Shafer will move from Denver to Ponte Vedra, Fla., to be closer to Ms. Dunham, who runs a private school for children with autism, Jacksonville School for Autism, in Jacksonville. On June 3, season nine of “Below Deck Mediterranean” premieres on Bravo. And on July 1, Ms. Shafer will open a skin care studio in Ponte Vedra.

An earlier version of this article misidentified   the man who escorted Sandy Yawn down the aisle. It was Mark Dunham, her brother-in-law, not her friend John Flynn. An earlier version of a picture caption also misidentified Mr. Dunham as Mr. Flynn. Additionally, the article misstated   the shoe rule aboard   the superyacht on which the wedding was held. The brides and their wedding party were allowed to wear shoes; other guests were not.

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Billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg spend six figures a year maintaining their superyachts. Here's how.

  • Superyachts  are one of the most expensive assets money can buy.
  • The true cost of ownership is even more, adding up to millions a year.
  • Here's how much it costs to own a superyacht — and what that money is going toward.

Financial advisors are quick to warn prospective owners that a boat is nothing more than a hole in the water in which to throw money. When it comes to superyachts , you'd better have bags and bags of cash.

As one luxury agent told Business Insider at the Palm Beach International Boat Show: "Buying a boat, it's a huge purchase — and nobody needs a yacht."

A superyacht, generally over 30 meters long, is one of the most expensive assets money can buy, with the largest costing more than a lot of real estate or a private jet. Billionaires like Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, and Steve Jobs each spent nine figures on their megayachts.

That doesn't include operating costs. Owners should expect to pay about 10% of a yacht's new-build price each year, experts told Business Insider. That's tens of millions of dollars annually for the most luxurious boats.

"It's a small-to-medium-sized business in its own right," said Jeffrey Beneville, a senior vice president at insurance company NFP, where he specializes in consulting clients about yachts.

Unlike many smaller boats, superyachts need staff, not just a captain. Some superyachts have space for dozens of crewmembers , including a chef, engineer, and masseuse for the guests onboard. Each gets an annual salary — the highest-ranking members earn six figures — and benefits. Eric Schmidt's yacht fits a crew of 28 for a ratio of about two crewmembers per guest.

Then there's fuel, dockage fees, routine maintenance, and insurance. The latter hinges on everything from the reputation of a yacht's shipyard to where an owner wants to take it (if a vessel is taking frequent trips to the South China Sea, for example, expect to pay a higher premium). If a superyacht has a support yacht — or a support superyacht, in Bezos ' case — expect to pay another 10% of that boat's price annually.

"The cost to maintain a yacht is so high that they just think that money's getting lit on fire," Matthew Fleissig, the CEO of wealth management firm Pathstone, told BI of his clients who choose to charter rather than own.

One of his firm's clients who does own has a 23-meter yacht valued at $5.2 million. The annual cost to staff, maintain, dock, and insure the boat is $346,297, according to documentation provided to BI. The lion's share is spent on marina fees ($95,970) and maintenance work ($88,408.) While not exactly a Sunfish, that boat is too small to count as a superyacht.

At 106 meters, the Amadea, owned by a sanctioned Russian oligarch , definitely does. The $300 million yacht, which was seized in 2022 and is docked in San Diego, cost $922,000 a month to maintain, a court filing showed: $360,000 for crew salaries, $75,000 for fuel, $144,000 for insurance, $178,000 in dry-docking fees, and $165,000 for maintenance, waste removal, food for the crew, and miscellaneous expenses.

"And that's an inactive yacht that's in the water," NFP's Beneville said.

If it were operational and carrying guests, the costs would be about twice that, or between $20 million and $30 million a year, he added.

Of course, it makes more financial sense for the non-obsessives to charter, and many of Fleissig's clients do. And some owners choose to offer their yachts for charter — the most luxurious cost as much as $1 million a week — to offset the costs.

"If you charter the boat for 50 days a year, it's going to help a lot," Anders Kurtén, the CEO of brokerage firm Fraser Yachts, told BI.

Then again, the running costs don't matter as much at a certain point. "If you're worth $30 billion, it's nothing. And if you're worth $117 billion — and these are the guys we're talking about — they're in it as long as it's still enjoyable for them," Beneville said. "It's not a money thing."

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Renovo Media Group has launched a new studio and facility in Clear Lake, Iowa, set to be led by Lisa Crnic as president, Aaron Wiederspahn as head of scripted, and Ben Parrish as head of unscripted. The group is led by chairman David Kingland. Renovo Media Group will develop, finance and produce feature films, scripted and unscripted docs and series and commercial productions.

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