Martha’s Vineyard Yacht Charters

Martha’s Vineyard is one of New England’s favorite yacht charter destinations

In summer, Martha’s Vineyard draws yacht charter guests from around the world, who come to experience the picturesque island’s quaint villages, beautiful beaches, and A-list restaurants. Known for its laid-back cosmopolitan vibes, the island is a must-stop on any yacht charter in New England.

Many yacht guests head to Edgartown, the historic village that serves as the island’s cultural epicenter. During the summer months, Edgartown’s storied yacht clubs host exclusive soirees and regattas, and nearby Edgartown Beach and Edgar Harbor Light beckon visitors to soak up the sun. Want to relax and unwind? Explore Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge, a beautiful 500-acre park on adjacent Chappaquiddick Island. Or jump on a bike and tour the island’s mansion-lined streets and cliffside vistas.

Martha’s Vineyard yacht charters offer itinerary options to suit anyone’s tastes, from exploring the island’s lively wine bars to shopping exclusive boutiques or enjoying the tranquil natural beauty.

Martha’s Vineyard Yacht Charter Highlights 

  • Beautiful sandy beaches
  • 5-star food and drink
  • Wildlife sanctuaries and nature parks
  • Stunning cliff overlooks and lighthouses
  • Top-notch shore and boat fishing
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Martha’s Vineyard Yacht Charters – Things to Do & See

Martha's Vineyard yacht charters

  1. Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge

The protected barrier beach at Cape Poge is a must-see destination. Known for its miles of sandy windswept beach, marshes, and stands of old-growth red cedars, the refuge serves as a quiet respite for visitors. Explore the park’s more than 14 miles of hiking trails or kayak the salt marshes. One must-see sight: The Cape Poge Lighthouse. Originally built in 1801, the lighthouse is one of Martha’s Vineyard’s most beautiful.

  1. Visit Edgartown and Edgartown Lighthouse

Edgartown is one of Martha’s Vineyard’s most historic villages. Originally settled in 1642, the village was first an important port for the whaling industry. Today, much of the village’s history remains intact, from the preserved mansions to the beautiful town center, where you’ll find fine dining, spas, boutiques, and exclusive bars. When you stop on Martha’s Vineyard on your luxury yacht charter, be sure to see Edgartown Lighthouse, a postcard-worthy lighthouse on beautiful Edgartown Beach.

  1. Bike Around Martha’s Vineyard

Explore Martha’s Vineyard by bike! The island features an excellent network of pathways that connects villages, natural areas, and scenic vistas. Start in Edgartown and take the Oak Bluffs to Edgartown trail, and stop for scenic views of Nantucket Sound. There are numerous cafes along the route to stop and fuel up. Another favorite route is the State Parks Loops, which wind through the island’s forested interior.

  1. Explore Aquinnah Cliffs

The epic vistas and beautiful rock formations at Aquinnah Cliffs make this one of the island’s most popular tourist destinations. Explore the cliffs from the beaches below, or take to the rim trails above for amazing views of Elizabeth Island and Gay Head Lighthouse.

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