The simple answer - If you are based in the United States and choose a yacht to charter that is priced by it's owner in Euros, then you will have to convert us dollars into Euros to pay for the charter deposit, final payment and expenses. As that exchange rates grows the more dollars it will cost and if it lowers, the less dollars it will take.
If you have een thinking of a luxury charter in the Mediterranean and the Euro exchange rate put you off, now might be the time to plan ahead. 2015 has started with the Euro at an 11 year low compared to the US dollar. It's not that long ago that the Euro was approx. 1.40 to the dollar, it's now around 80% of that!
The selection of private yachts available has also never been greater so there are more choices in more destinations. Just let us know what you have in mind and we'll send you a personal list of available yachts from a selection of every crewed yacht available worldwide.
We would say that you should use a broker who you trust, is readily available to you when you have questions and has access to every yacht that may be of interest. While we only show a sample of charter yachts on our web site, our personalised charter proposals include yachts not shown online.