The short answer is that if you live in the United States but want to charter a yacht whose owner requires payment in Euros, you'll have to do some currency conversion before making any payments. If the value of the currency conversion rate increases, the price will increase in dollars, and if it decreases, the cost will decrease in dollars.
With the Euro at a historic low, now is the time to book that luxury cruise in the Mediterranean. The value of the Euro against the US Dollar is around the lowest it has ever been, it's around 1.1 dollars as this is typed.
Additionally there has never been a larger variety of private yachts accessible for charter in Europe, so there are many options in many destinations across the Mediterranean. Just tell us your preferences and and we'll compile an inventory of all the available crewed yachts for you to choose from.
We recommend finding a broker you feel comfortable with, one who is available whenever you have questions, and one who has access to every boat that could be of interest to you. We have the proven experience helping clients book charter yachts priced in Euros and are available 7 days a week for our clients. Our website only features a limited number of available charter vessels, but we have many more yachts available for charter that aren't featured on the site.