Yacht charter brokerage HELM sees a considerable growth in 2023 summer bookings.
The next 6 months are about to get intense as the Mediterranean peak season swings into action, and HELM are on track for more than 1,000 departures this summer.
Greece and Croatia are increasingly popular, as they offer timeless charm and beauty. Skippered and crewed catamarans are driving much of this growth, as more and more families and non-sailors are tempted to try a holiday on the water.
According to an industry study published last week, Catamarans are already 58% booked across Croatia this summer, with June occupancy close to 80%.
Helm’s mission is to create bespoke experiences that offer first-class service, and their team of expert sailors are available to guide guests through every stage of the booking process. Their tailored approach allows each client to craft a unique travel itinerary featuring the perfect yacht and destination.
Founded by charter industry veterans Peter Harrison-Hill and Simon Morgan in 2015, Helm has a prominent reputation in the industry, only working with companies they know and trust. They offer bareboat, skippered and crewed yachts globally, and specialise in Croatia, Greece, Italy, Turkey, Thailand, and the Caribbean.
Simon Morgan Founder of HELM says “It’s really great to see so many first-time charterers among our bookings – they are driving the rise in catamaran charters we are seeing. We’re excited to be entering our busiest summer ever, and have just doubled the size of our charter management team to ensure we continue to deliver the best service possible to every client, whether a first timer or multi year HELM repeat”
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