FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Probably 80% of the people that book our charters have never been on a boat before, absolute boating novices are more than welcome and will get as much.
Cruising is really is not effected by bad weather, Sun, light winds and clear blue sky is the perfect day, but wind and rain can also make for a superb day out on the water. Repeat clients of ours have often commented that the days they have enjoyed the most are the days when most of us would normally stay inside!
The only time Seaseeker Charters will cancel a Charter is if we believe that the wind is too strong and guests will be put in danger. If this happens, we will simply rebook your Charter to a mutually agreeable date.
We very rarely cancel or re-schedule our Charters due to the Solent's safe and sheltered waters. The Isle of Wight protects us from wind and swell, making it a superb, safe environment to entertain in.
With the wonderful English weather, we can never guarantee no rain, but our Sports Yacht has a climate controlled saloon. If it does rain…enjoy it!
We can take out a minimum of 2 people out for the day, ideally 6 would be a good starting point, whereas we can easily provide a Charter for upto 12 guests.
The MCA code of practice limits the number of guests on a commercial boat to 12. This is the same through out the world
All our skippers have to have a ‘commercially endorsed Yachtmaster’ but we don’t just stop there. We also have years of experience driving Sport's Yachts and powerboats so that you get the most relaxing time on the water.
Primarily our Charter's take place on the south coast of England in the sheltered sailing waters of the Solent. Our main mooring is at Southampton Ocean Village. However we can at your request and for a fee move our Sport's Yacht and crew to which ever starting point suits you and your group.
Yes, the Isle Of Wight is a great stopping point for lunch on a day event. Ports such as Cowes, Yarmouth and the beautiful sheltered anchorage of Newtown Creek are all within easy reach.
Yes alcohol can be served on board, although due to the nature of the environment we operate in we do have to limit consumption if guests consume more than we feel is safe.
We ask that all guests onboard Euphoria wear suitable footwear. Ideally flat neutral or white soled trainers/deck shoes are ideal. No black soled shoes as these will mark the deck onboard Euphoria.
Ladies feel free to bring your heels for when we head out to lunch but be aware that heeled shoes are not ideal for walking about on pontoons and moorings.
If pre-arranged food can be served on board Euphoria in the form of a sumptuous buffet. This can be taken on deck in the sun. We can also arrange lunch to be taken ashore at a pub, restaurant or a yacht club, located throughout the Solent.