What to do when you’re planning a Houston trip: Buy a yacht.
The city is in the midst of an ongoing boom in luxury luxury yacht sales, which has raised the profile of the Gulf Coast city in the United States.
While Houston has long enjoyed a reputation as a place to spend money on luxury goods, the city has also gained a reputation for being a city where the wealthy can live like kings.
That reputation has been further boosted by the city’s booming tourism industry, which is expected to surpass $200 billion in the next decade.
But, if you’re thinking of a trip to the city, the rules may have changed.
The rules governing luxury yacht tours are no longer strictly enforced, and even if they are, it’s unclear how the rules would apply to a Houstonian.
While there are certain rules regarding how luxury yacht companies should operate in Houston, the actual regulations aren’t really clear.
That’s why Houstonians have turned to a slew of local forums to get a sense of what’s really going on in the world of luxury yacht tourism.
We started looking into this a while back, and I got a lot of questions from people about how the regulations are enforced.
I also started getting a lot more inquiries from people on the other side of the country.
So it’s kind of interesting because we’re actually seeing the same things in Houston.
People are asking me, ‘How do you determine what is a luxury yacht tour?’
And I tell them, ‘Well, there are actually a few rules.
If you’re going to go to a private yacht, you have to have a charter.
If your company does that, you can be in the Bahamas.
You can’t have guests or a yacht crew on the boat.
And you have certain rules about the yacht itself.
So the rules are pretty loose.’
And then we had a lot other people come in with similar questions.
And then I decided to compile the answers and post them up.
There’s actually a lot that people are asking about, and it’s hard to get all of them right, but it’s important to try to get them all right.
The rules for luxury yacht trips are pretty clear.
There are no regulations governing yacht charter, so you’re welcome to hire your own private yacht if you want.
But if you are going to charter a luxury vessel, there’s no limit to the number of guests you can bring onboard.
If someone is not a Houston resident, they can only be guests on the vessel.
And if they’re not guests on a luxury boat, they’re required to be at least 20 years old.
And that’s the rule that applies to a luxury cruise, which can be a luxury or luxury yacht cruise.
It’s all up to you.
And it’s a private charter, which means you’re not supposed to have any guests onboard, but you’re also not supposed be at a disadvantage when you charter the vessel for private purposes.
So if you have guests onboard the luxury yacht, they have to stay there for a period of time, so that’s a luxury property.
And the rules apply to luxury yacht cruises as well.
So you have rules for what you can do, but no rules for chartering.
There may be rules for guests and guests on luxury vessels.
And there’s also a rule that says that if you choose to charter an individual vessel, it has to have an authorized crew, which includes an owner and a captain.
If the charter is for a charter with fewer than eight people onboard, there may be a rule saying that you can’t bring a crew member on board.
So there are rules for private charter vessels.
There have been rules about chartering a luxury motor yacht.
There were rules about getting permission to charter private vessels.
But it’s all open for anyone to come in.
If a Houston person wants to charter and rent a luxury car, that’s okay.
You don’t have to go through any sort of screening process.
So, it depends on the person.
It also depends on how much money you’re willing to pay for a private voyage.
And again, if the person wants more guests onboard or more guests than what is allowed, that might be a problem.
So that’s kind to think about.
We’re not going to be policing the luxury activities of the people who are renting luxury vessels, so we’ll have to figure out what rules apply.