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England yacht charter: rent a boat in England

England is one of the most rewarding destinations for a yacht charter as its southern coast, the Isle of Wight and Solent, is a very popular area. 

The place of the first America's Cup race is Cowes, the Isle of Wight. Many charter a sailboat to take part in the celebrated Cowes Week yachting event. The Isle of Wight is a place with colored sands, where you can explore the intriguing chalk rock formations that are one hundred feet tall. The diverse wild nature of the southern sea impresses with its dissimilarity to everything you’ve seen before. 

The Solent region is filled with hundreds of marinas and ports where you can explore the harbors and creeks as far as Cornwall and Devon. Cherbourg, France is located only sixty five miles away from the Isle of Wight. Eighty five miles from the Solent you can find the Channel Islands; it is also a cruising distance for a professional sailor.

Guernsey and Jersey are beautiful and interesting. Also, you may want to see Sark that is a little kingdom with 3 harbors. The French coast of Normandy and Brittany with uncrowded lovely beaches are also rewarding places to charter your yacht. 

During wildlife charters you can meet sharks, whales, dolphins, porpoises or little puffins. The Great Orme Heritage Coast offers a delightful range of inlets, sheer cliffs, and sandy beaches.

England is famous for boat building with most popular types of yachts including sailing, bareboat, motor charter, crewed, skippered yachts, power boat, sailboat, catamaran, luxury yachts, and super yacht charter. England hosts a lot of sailing schools in case you want to improve your sailing skills.

If you prefer warm sunny periods for a charter, then plan your vacation in England from April to October, because it is the main yacht charter season. However, the weather is changeable, so it is necessary to regularly monitor the weather forecast.