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Denison Yachting and Wheels Up: private plane-to-yacht experience

Denison Yachting announces a new partnership with Wheels Up, the leading brand in private aviation, to offer Denison yacht owners and charter clients and Wheels Up Members with a bespoke end-to-end travel experience. Through the partnership, guests can now fly Wheels Up directly from the airport of their choice to their yachting destination, maintaining complete privacy throughout the entire journey and a seamless trip from home to marina. 

Through the partnership, Denison clients have access to a range of aircraft options across all cabin classes from light to large cabin jets available for instant booking with dynamic pricing and capped hourly rates. They will also receive cross-platform benefits with Wheels Up including in-flight catering, in-flight service depending on aircraft type, coordination of ground transport and the Wheels Up Safe Passage™ experience, a comprehensive safety and health program for Wheels Up employees, Members, Customers, and partners. 

In turn, Wheels Up Members will receive special access to the world of luxury yachting with Denison, one of the most experienced and well-known names in the industry, exclusive rates for yacht charters, invitations to private yachting events, and VIP boat show experiences. 

“The Denison Yachting and Wheels Up partnership makes luxury travel more streamlined than ever,” said Ben Famborough, Superyacht Director. “We are pleased to offer guests unique, completely private adventures curated by two best-in-class brands with access to exclusive benefits within the aviation and yachting industries.” 

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Denison to offer an exclusive opportunity to our Members to combine private aviation and yachting in the ultimate luxury travel experience,” said Brian Reid, Executive Vice President at Wheels Up. “We are always innovating on behalf of our Members and hope that Wheels Up and Denison families, couples, and individuals look to enjoy these curated trips as they begin planning spring and summer travel.”  

Denison’s most popular yachting destinations include the Caribbean, Cayman Islands, Florida, Mexico, and Nantucket – all of which are featured in the 26 experiences curated through the partnership. With its unique offering, Wheels Up is able to fly to and from private and commercial airports around the world, making it easy and convenient to reach remote destinations quickly and efficiently.

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