The dream yacht yacht charter company Dream Boat, which operates charter services for children ages 7 to 14, is expanding its service to all of Canada.
“We are thrilled to welcome Dream Boat to the country,” said Kate Hulshoff, CEO of Dream Boat Charter, in a statement.
“We believe it is a great opportunity to bring kids together to learn, play and grow.”
The company offers charter services in all provinces and territories.
The charter services are offered on three models: a private, non-commercial, and a charter.
In addition to offering private chartering, Dream Boat offers non-profit chartering through its online portal.
“The charter experience is great, as children learn to sail in a friendly and safe environment,” Hulscott said.
“As adults, they are able to travel with us to the destination, learn about life in a different culture and meet people who share the same passions.”
The Dream Boat charter is priced at $100,000, with the option to add a children’s room for $100 a night, a child’s pool for $200, and two dining rooms for $350.
The company has a minimum stay of a week.
The charter service is available in the U.S. and Canada, and will be available to parents of children aged 6 to 14 in the next few months.