For the novice, a yacht rental in Los Angeles may seem like a rather daunting proposition. It is, after all, a yacht and most people in Southern California, surfers excluded, seldom have much interaction with the open sea. Notice, I said “open” sea. Sitting on the beach in Santa Monica and working on your tan is not going to cut it. No, to experience the open sea, you need a yacht, some good friends, and great food. Yes, an odd combination of factors, but essential, nonetheless.
To staunch sailors, a yacht doesn’t qualify as a sea-worthy vessel. To them, a yacht is a floating hotel. It’s like taking a chartered bus to see the houses of the stars. But, what do they know. Sometimes you just want to get away from the city, from the traffic, and the day-to-day grind. So, instead of heading to parts north of Los Angeles County, the wise and wistful head west, to the sea. Before you seize up with fear at the prospect, this isn’t the wide open sea here — just the 20 miles off-shore kind of open sea.
When you rent your yacht in Los Angeles chances are you’ll be steered to Catalina and points west, about an hour from Marina del Rey. It’s the standard route that most yacht captains prefer and it’s the route most Angelenos expect to be taken on. Sure, it’s a bit hackneyed, but when you get right down to it, the beauty of a rental isn’t the sights you’re going to take in — it’s all about the boat. And this is no ordinary boat, mind you. This, is a thirty-foot, luxurious yacht, complete with hot tub, showers, and guest cabins. In fact, if you had enough money, you could live in one of these indefinitely.Tulum Yacht Party