Charter Yacht Brokers Association
Active members of CYBA INTERNATIONAL specialize in arranging private yacht vacations in a variety of locations. CYBA INTERNATIONAL is a prestigious industry association of charter brokers founded over 30 years ago!
The Mission of CYBA (Charter Yacht Brokers Association, International, Inc.) is to promote and maintain a high Degree of Professionalism within the Yacht Charter Industry.
We are committed to a strict Code of Ethics; furthering fiduciary responsibility, sponsoring educational programs that increase industry knowledge & awareness and acting as a liaison between our Members and industry related groups.
Why Choose Our Services
The most important step in planning your charter vacation is choosing a reputable and trustworthy broker to help you.
Always look for the CYBA logo, which identifies those brokers who are active members of the professional Charter Yacht Brokers Association.
CYBA members are required to:
- Meet extensive requirements to qualify for membership
- Subscribe to CYBA’s strict code of ethics
- Inspect yachts and interview crews regularly
Your best insurance is an involved, experienced and professional yacht charter broker.
Types of Yachts for Charter
Power Yachts feature spacious, comfortable and luxurious accommodations, with scenic view windows in most areas.
Sailing Catamarans are a stable and spacious vacation platform. They remain level while sailing.
Sailing Yachts always include the delight of sailing, and many offer luxurious and sophisticated accommodations.
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