We operate our own luxury skippered motor yacht “Oceanique” – a Sealine 42/5 . Our boat is fully MCA coded for charter and offers a luxurious experience of comfort and elegance and can reach speeds up to 30 knots. Our professional boat hire crew in Lymington are an experienced team whose mission is to keep you safe and provide you with an enjoyable experience on the water.
Our main cruising area is the Solent, UK, we primarily operate from Lymington in Hampshire on the edge of the New Forest at the western end of the Solent. However we can operate from other Solent ports including Southampton, Hamble, Portsmouth, and Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
Private and corporate boat charter options include action-packed adventure, bespoke luxury cruises, corporate events, romance or family fun. Crewed luxury motor yacht, power boat, sailing yacht or RIB charter – the choice is yours, for an unforgettable day on the water.
Oceanique Full Day Charter
Skipper, hostess/crew, fuel within the Solent, breakfast – pastries onboard, champagne, wine, beer, soft drinks, snacks and afternoon tea. 09.30 – 17.00.
Oceanique Half Day Charter
Skipper, hostess/crew, fuel within the Solent, breakfast – pastries onboard, champagne, wine, beer, soft drinks, packed lunch. 09.30 – 14.00 – Sunday through Wednesday only
Oceanique Bespoke Charters
Bespoke packages available for all Solent events for up to 10 people
Berthed at Lymington Yacht Haven Marina. Alternative start ports include Ocean Village Southampton, Hamble Marina, Haslar Marina Gosport, Port Solent Portsmouth. (Subject to £150 fuel surcharge).
Wet weather anoraks are available onboard. Casual clothing, preferably no blue jeans. Soft non-black sole footwear. Fleece is always useful. Don’t forget the sun lotion!
Please remember to bring your medication with you if applicable.
- Full Day £1350.00
- Half Day £800
- Bespoke Charters POA
Oceanique is berthed at Lymington Yacht Haven, Kings Saltern Road.
Lymington has individual shops, hotels, restaurants and local bed-and-breakfast accommodation.
The High Street leads to the busy quay and marinas, where fishing boats, yachts, powerboats and cruisers can be seen.
The atmosphere can be taken in whilst wandering through the narrow streets, lined with period cottages and houses.