Yacht Charter: Palawan Expedition

Sail aboard Beneteau Oceanis 48 Starry Night

Welcome to Paradise!

Coron, Palawan

Best Island Destination in Asia

Protected Marine Sanctuary

Discover Palawan's hidden gems, untouched beaches, and secluded coves aboard a private yacht.

From the breathtaking beauty of Bamboo Island to the tranquil mangrove explorations and the pristine shores of Pass Island, let your sailboat be your ticket to uncovering every hidden gem this paradise has to offer. Take a chance to see the stunning Coron lagoons and snorkeling reefs. Catch a picture-perfect glimpse of the Philippines' cleanest lake-- Kayangan Lake. Explore the breathtaking Barracuda Lake, a natural wonder renowned for its layers of warm, cold, and hot water. Enjoy this trip while indulging in a delectable lunch at Beach 91 and taking in the stunning ocean views.

Palawan beckons – where each destination is a new chapter in your seafaring tale.


Bamboo Island

Pass Island

(Bamboo Island + Pass Island)

Explore beyond the beaten track.

Island Scenery | White Sand Beaches | Coral Gardens | Shipwreck | Hot Springs
*Our 5-day El Nido Package may also be arranged

Package Inclusions


Captain + Crew


Welcome Package

2 matches, 1 paper roll, 4 toilet paper, 1 garbage bag, 1 dish mop, 1 dish sponge, 1 dishwashing soap



3 meals/day


Van Transfers


Destination Fees


Bed Sheets & Towels


Dinghy, Outboard Engine & Fuel


Cooking Gas


Full Water Tanks


2 x Snorkeling Equipment


FREE Wi-Fi Internet on board


Additional Yacht Equipment

Water Toys, Stand-up Paddle, Railing Net, etc.


Final Cleaning

The Yacht:
Benetaeu Oceanis 48

The Starry Night Oceanis 48 has Mahogany interiors.

  • x1 Skipper
  • x1 Deckhand
  • Spare anchor with chain
  • Bilge pump - mechanic
  • Bimini top
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit/stern, outside shower
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • Fenders
  • Jerry can for fuel (outboard)
  • Mooring Cleats
  • Mooring ropes
  • Round fender
  • Spring cleats
  • Swimming ladder
  • Teak cockpit
  • Teak deck
  • Winch handles
  • Fins
  • Mask and snorkel
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • 220V socket
  • 12V USB socket
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bilge pump - Electric
  • Generator
  • Motor hours counter
  • Service batteries
  • Shore power cable
  • Start battery
  • Water heater
  • Watermaker - desalinator
  • WC pump
  • Distress flare box
  • Emergency tiller
  • Fire extinguishers
  • First aid kit
  • Fog horn
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy with light and line
  • Life belts (Safety harness)
  • Life jackets
  • Life raft
  • Rescue sling (Life sling)
  • Signal flags
  • Torch
  • VHF radio with AIS
  • 2 safety harness, Tool box with wooden plugs, Distress signal kit, secondary angchor
  • Gas bottles
  • Gas cookers
  • Kitchen utensils (Pots, pans, other galley equipment, cutlery)
  • Microwave
  • Blenders, toasters, oven, coffee maker
  • Refrigerator, coolers
  • Water pump
  • Grill

The vessel is equipped with marine electronics including at least a depth sounder and one chart plotter for ease of navigation and course-plotting. Be sure to review the equipment details of your charter vessel. The navigation equipment on your vessel also includes a chart, a cruising guide, and binoculars.

  • High-speed Starlink internet.

Our Highfield dinghy are hard bottom RIBs with outboard. The dinghy and its outboard are fitted to the vessel: 20 HP. Please note that our dinghies are not fitted with a dinghy ladder.

Your charter vessel will be equipped with electric toilets. Proper use of marine toilets (heads) is critical to a successful charter experience. The most important thing to remember is to not put anything down the toilet that you did not eat first – this includes toilet paper – with no exceptions. The blocked head will be charged $150/head or P8,500/head.

For more information, visit this link.

Charter Type Sailing Monohull
Yacht Model Beneteau Oceanis 48
Production year 2014
Steering Type Steering Wheel
Length 47 ft
Beam 15 ft
Engine 80 hp
Cabins 3
Berths 4 + 2
WC/Shower 2
Fuel tank 200 l + 150 l
Water tank 370 l


Meet-up point is in Jolo Harbour, Coron (approx. 30 min. Car ridefFrom Francisco B. Reyes Airport (also known as Busuanga Airport)

For the latest updates on PH Visa, please go here: https://dfa.gov.ph/guidelines-requirements

Direct transactions via this website or mobile (+63) 995 504 8187 are preferred but you can book via any of of the following links:

Payment instructions will be given prior to booking confirmation.

NOTE: Only transact with our official listings and pages to avoid online fraudulent schemes

Summer season is usually between March to May and the best time to go sailing since less to no rains/typhoons are expected. However, our team constantly monitors weather updates. Should bad weather be expected, Europa Yachts reserves the right to reschedule the expedition for the crew and guests' safety.

For guests who won't be involved in sailing, here's a simplified list of essential items to bring:

  • Personal Gear:
    • Weather-appropriate clothing
    • Sun protection (hat, sunglasses, sunscreen)
    • Non-slip footwear
    • Personal medications
    • Towel and toiletries
  • Food and Drink:
    • Snacks and drinks
    • Bottled water
    • Any dietary preferences or restrictions
  • Documentation:
    • Personal identification (passport or ID card)
  • Entertainment and Comfort:
    • Books, magazines, or e-readers
    • Camera or smartphone
    • Chargers for electronic devices
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Cash
    • Insect repellent
    • Motion sickness medication (if prone to seasickness)

Are you ready to sail beyond Coron Palawan's beaten track?