Successful cruising is all about giving passengers an unforgettable, stress-free sailing experience. Yacht International goes beyond cruise agency to take care of everything cruise operators need to deliver the holiday of a lifetime.
Extensive experience with over 30 years of maritime heritage, Yacht Intl has what it takes to meet the needs of the cruise majors and special interest operators wherever they go. Our long experience has equipped us with in depth understanding of the unique complexities of cruise operations to offer customised services and support that translate into seamless port calls.
Thanks to our extensive shipping and logistics expertise, our core services range from port & immigration clearances, berth booking management, husbandry services, baggage handling, and supplies of bunkers, spares and provisions, through to liaison with local tour operators and domestic transport.Such complementary integrated services have become the YACHT INTL hallmark, as we aim to deliver value to your operations. Further efficiencies can be gained from specialised services such as hub agency for management of multiple port calls within AG Region with centralised accounting, spares logistics and even hull clearing services.
Our strong local presence enables us to serve cruise vessels calling both at established destinations and less traditional ports in the region. Emphasis on local knowledge and contacts, planning and efficiency gives us the in-depth local knowledge needed to ensure maximum impact and minimum fuss. We provide advice and guidance to itinerary planners to plot optimum locations and routes for local sightseeing, hotel accommodation, home-port or turnaround potential. At some locations, we partner with local travel specialists to provide memorable travel experiences ranging from local excursions, safaris to diving trips and spa treatments for passengers. Planning is crucial for trouble-free cruising. Yacht Intl cruise operations focus on advance information with respect to berth reservations, immigration requirements and security recommendations, as well as more near-term arrangements prior to vessels arriving at the port.