Yacht Charter in Lake Champlain

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    Dufour 412 Grand Large - Dufour (2020)Lake Champlain
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
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    Draught 1.75m
    Size 42ft
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    from 2 115 €2 009 €*from 11/06 to 18/06View details
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    Dufour 382 Grand Large - Dufour (2017)Lake Champlain
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.50m
    Size 37ft
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    from 1 905 €1 810 €*from 11/06 to 18/06View details
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    Sun Odyssey 509 - Jeanneau (2015)Lake Champlain
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.73m
    Size 50ft
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    from 2 775 €2 636 €*from 11/06 to 18/06View details
  1. Lagoon 40 - Lagoon (2019)Lake Champlain
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.35m
    Size 39ft
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  2. Oceanis 38.1 - Beneteau (1997)Lake Champlain
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.50m
    Size 38ft
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Why You Should Charter A Yacht in Lake Champlain

1. A Pleasant Sailing Experience

Sailing on the ocean and sailing on a lake can prove to be substantially different experiences. When you choose to charter a yacht in Lake Champlain, you benefit from the absence of strong tides. This way, the weather becomes a significant factor in deciding where to sail. Summer months see temperatures reaching the high twenties – ideal for jumping in for a swim. Winds are dependent on the weather, with the two main winds both coming from the west – one north, and one south. However, these are always subject to change. Do not be worried about the depth of Lake Champlain either – most spots in the area are deep enough to not have to worry about running aground. So, with less things to worry about while you sail, you have more time to relax, enjoy the view and share incredible moments with your friends and family!

2. Walk This Way

Chartering a yacht in Lake Champlain is the ideal holiday to get those hiking boots to use and see some of the most impressive landscapes of the United States and Canada. With an extensive network of trails and hikes to choose from, you can be sure to stumble upon unforgettable views and intriguing flora and fauna. The Champlain Area Trails encompasses over 200 miles of routes, with varying distances and intensity levels. Whether you want a leisurely stroll in the park, or to reach new heights on the Adirondacks. Perhaps the most challenging is Hurricane Mountain. Aptly named, the hike can prove strenuous in parts, but the view from the summit is something that will make it all worthwhile.

3. Arts and Culture

The passion for arts and culture in Lake Champlain is palpable through the range of museums, theatres and venues located close by. Ti Arts Downtown Gallery contains some amazing pieces of work by talented local artists of Lake Champlain and its vicinities. The Clayton Family Gallery presents beautiful pieces of art in an architecturally creative space. If you would like to listen to some exquisite pieces of music, why not visit Meadowmount School of Music, where some classically trained musicians play elegant compositions?

Historical Landmarks of Lake Champlain

A rich and layered history awaits those who charter a yacht in this scenic area of the United States. As it has an important status as an eastern gateway to the Iroquois Confederacy areas, the lake has symbolic value for the Native American people. Here are just some of the historical landmarks worth visiting during your charter holiday:

1. Fort Ticonderoga

A magnificently preserved fort nicknamed “America’s Fort” and located in the north-east of the state of New York, this captivating site has a host of fun activities for people of all ages. Built by the French and being eventually sieged by the British, some of the fiercest battles of America’s history took place around the walls of this landmark. Now, the tourist attraction is home to an extensive museum and digital history portfolios. You can also sample the fresh produce grown in the fertile land here or bring back scrumptious food to enjoy on your chartered yacht while watching the sunset over Lake Champlain.

2. Follow in the Path of the USS Monitor

The American Civil War’s impact on the areas around Lake Champlain are still visible today, with the mining of iron ore being a core industry in that era. Now, you can visit the array of pivotal locations in the construction of the first ironclad warship in use by the US Navy. Notable spots include Hammond’s Wharf and Crown Point Civil War Memorial. If you would like to take a break from sailing on your chartered yacht, why not try the Iron History Walking Tour? Getting a clear vision of the past can be one of the best ways to appreciate the beauty of Lake Champlain and its role in US history.

3. Pay A Visit to the Town of Essex

This quaint town is on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to a range of succulent dining spots and unique architecture. People who choose to charter a yacht in Lake Champlain consistently praise the town’s preservation and maintenance. With something beautiful in every corner, this should be on your to-do list. Enjoy some delicious ice-cream from the famous Ice-Cream Café while the sun shines down or relax with a delicious meal and glass of wine on the lake shore in the Old Dock Restaurant. In this town, everything truly is at your disposal!

How to Get to Lake Champlain

There are a variety of travel options when you are getting to your chartered yacht in Lake Champlain. The area is serviced by two airports: Plattsburgh International and Burlington, VT International. Travel time between these two airports and Lake Champlain is less than an hour. Major international routes operate here, or if you cannot find a direct flight, you can easily connect with several larger east coast airports. Train lines operate from New York and Montreal with Amtrak, whilst the area is substantially connected via Interstate 87; exits 28 through 34.

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