Looking for a great New England holiday for your 4th of July or family celebration this summer? Make this year’s Independence Day unforgettable with a luxury yacht charter through the most historic region of the United States. Experience the rich culture of New England, take advantage of the various summer excursions and enjoy the prime firework viewings that this area has to offer.
New England is known for its fresh Lobster, Clams, Oysters, scallops, fish – oh my mouth is watering now…sail New England with Paradigm Shift and you can get the best of both culinary worlds with their 1/2 board rate option. This gives you dining on-board with Chef Bonnie offering tantalizing treats sourced from local markets AND they can recommend the best places on shore to dine.
The Summer Half-board deal for 7 nights includes 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 4 dinners for $12,500 1-6 guests. The remaining meals are to be taken off the boat (at guests expense) so that all can take advantage of all the restaurants, cafes and clam shacks from Martha’s Vineyard to Camden, Maine.
Although Newport, RI has been considered a yachting hub for many years and is a popular starting point, there are numerous other areas to consider. Don’t miss the beaches of Cape Cod and the famous home-made ice cream in Province town. Boston holds a wealth of history from tea-parties in the harbour to its wonderful architecture, and offers the intrepid city lover a bounty of fine dining and shopping.
Paradigm Shift a 2011 St. Francis catamaran offers
(1) queen guest cabin with en-suite bath including electric head and shower
(2) double guest cabins each with en-suite bath including electric head and shower.
Yacht is fully air-conditioned
Extra large cockpit for lounging and dining alfresco
Fully enclosed cockpit enclosure for all weather comfort
Toys: 12′ RIB with 20HP, tube, (2) one man kayaks, (2) stand-up paddle boards, floating sun cushions, underwater camera and video
Ships second mate and mascot: Tabasco is a Bichon Frieze/Toy Poodle mix
Contact us at [email protected] for more information on Paradigm shift.