2021-22 Charterlink Rate Card

Vessel Year Cabins Berths Heads Bond WINTER - Jun to Sep Spring - Oct & May Summer - Nov to Apr
Bavaria 30 2005 2 2,+2,+1s+1s 1 $3000 500 585 670
Jeanneau 349 2016 2 2,+2+,1s,+1s 1 $3500 660 750 860
Bavaria 36 2002 3 2,+2,+2,++1s,+1s 1 $3500 670 770 870
Bavaria 37 2007 3 2,+2,+2,+1s+,1s 1 $3500 720 850 950
Bavaria 38 2004 2 2,+2,+2s 1 $3500 720 850 950
Bavaria 46 2006 4 2,+2,+2,+2B 2 $4000 1150 1300 1450
Beneteau 57 2006 3 2,+2,+2,+2B+2s 2 $5000 TBA TBA 2730
* Berths Code: "2" indicates a Double Cabin. "1s" is a single berth in the saloon. "2s" is a double berth in the saloon

"2B" is a bunk-cabin
  • All rates above include a $30 per day Consumables fee which covers consumable stores and incidentals, including LPG and Outboard fuel, but excludes diesel fuel. 
  • Linen is avaialable at $25 per set
  • Diesel Fuel and Cleaning are the Charterer`s responsibility, and normally Charterers clean and tidy the boat to a basic standard and fuel her when they return. If you prefer that we do these things, it can be charged to the bond.
  • Prices are subject to change and are not guaranteed until a booking deposit is made  
** Please note that all vessels are operated directly by Charterlink under our Operators Certificate except for Escape Artist (Beneteau 57) , for which Charterlink is the booking agent only. This vessel is operated by another party, DMG Projects Ltd. (For Beneteau 57, Clients pay a $65 per person combined cleaning and linen fee and DMG Projects handles bond returns)

Departures/Arrivals are normally at 0830, 1230, or 1600 , and charters are charged by the half day based on these times

Table revised June 2020

Skipper Experience Requirement

On a bareboat charter, you are the Skipper, and your guests are the crew. Command of a vessel is a task which carries significant responsibility for safety, both in law and in practice. We have one over-riding criteria, and that is the safety of you, your ships' company, and our vessels.

In summary, whilst no particular formal qualifications are necessary,   a prospective Skipper must have significant experience in charge of a vessel of a similar size and configuration to that being chartered .   By way of amplification,  "Significant experience" is normally acquired over a period of years, "in Charge of" refers to being the legal Skipper of vessels, and "of a similar type" refers to your experience being in sailing vessels of a similar size, weight and hull configuration.

We do conduct a substantial briefing on the procedures and equipment in each vessel, and local navigation, but this is designed to mitigate the risks of unfamiliarity with the craft and the area, not to teach the basics; we do not present Bareboat Chartering as an opportunity for Skippers to learn to sail,  The Skipper should already be competent in vessel handling, seamanship, navigation, piloting and the ColRegs, and we'll ask all skippers for a declaration to that effect, and an outline of the experience that you've had in our "Skippers Resume". Your insurance coverage of the vessel depends on this being accurate.

There should also be onboard a person designated as First Mate, or Second-in-command. That person should be adult, and capable of basic vessel operations in the event of the incapacitation of the skipper.  There must also be at least one person aboard who speaks English fluently.

We'll send you a Skippers Resume form as part of the booking process, and we can use  this to establish whether we feel your charter would be a safe proposition, based on your knowledge and experience. 

Why Not Have your own Yacht !!

If you are contemplating buying a yacht for use in our beautiful Hauraki Gulf, Charterlink offers shared ownership schemes where one or two people own a yacht, and Charterlink manages charters on her;

Cruising Grounds