Owner Privileges

Our Points System

Each owner receives 84 points per year. Charters "cost" 2 points per day during the high season and 1 point per day during the low season.

42 points can be used to reserve sailing time in advance. 42 points can be used on short notice.

This allows 4 to 6 weeks owner sailing time each year plus additional short notice weeks. If the owner chooses to use their yacht during low season only they could have up to 12 weeks of sailing time in worldwide destinations!


A Sample Year of Sailing

  1. January - Tortola: One week advanced notice use of own boat (high season).
  2. May - Belize: Two weeks of advanced notice use of a sistership (low season).
  3. July - Croatia: One week of advanced notice use of a sistership (high season).
  4. September - Bahamas: Two weeks of short notice use of a sistership (low season).
  5. November - Tortola: Two weeks of short notice use of own boat (low season).


Other Benefits

  • Guaranteed monthly income
  • Dedicated Owner Care team
  • Zero operating or insurance costs
  • Professional maintenance included
  • Access to other yachts worldwide

Our Worldwide Bases

In order to be considered a "base" in Sunsail and The Moorings terms, there must be more than a couple of yachts that are owned and operated by a third party. The base must be branded, be full of dedicated workers, clean and well presented, and it must include a host of well-kept yachts.

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The Moorings base in Spain is in Palma, Mallorca, 100 nautical miles off the nation's eastern coast. Power catamarans are available for ownership and charter at the Palma base. 


The Moorings base in Tahiti, on the North shore of Raiatea, offers access to sailing the exotic Leeward Islands of French Polynesia.


Our base at Zea Marina is just 30 minutes from Athens, and offers mariners access to the Saronic Gulf and Aegean Sea. From our Lefkas and Corfu bases, explore the Ionian coast and islands. 


Croatia's Dalmatian Coast and 1000 islands make it a popular charter destination. The Moorings Agana Base is just 25 minutes from Split airport.


The Moorings base at Eden Island Marina in Mahé, Seychelles, is 1,000 miles off of Africa's east coast. The natural wonders of this remote location are perfectly complemented by the warm Seychellois people.


Fantastic cuisine, superb beaches, premier snorkeling, and quaint harbor towns are just some of the pleasures of cruising in Thailand waters. The Moorings base at Ao Po Grand Marina is about 30 minutes from Phuket's Airport.


Belize is known for diving and marine life, and offers a more natural setting with fewer man-made amenities than many other cruising areas.

St. Lucia

From the base at Rodney Bay Marina on the north end of the island, cruisers can explore Martinique to the north, or head south along St. Lucia's coast, and on to St. Vincent and the Grenadines.


The Moorings base at St. George's, Grenada stands at the southern end of the Grenadines island chain. This base is just 5 miles from the airport and has extensive facilities.

St. Martin

Our St. Martin base is located a protected harbor in Marina Fort Louis, right in downtown Marigot. St. Martin is an easy-to-access entry point to sailing to Anguilla, St. Barth, and throughout the Leeward Islands.


Our Abacos base is host to a medium-sized fleet of monohulls and catamarans and is just a short flight from South Florida.


Our longest-standing and largest base, The Moorings Tortola offers a first-class team with decades of experience.