Electra Yacht Charters


The Electra offers a luxurious and unique venue for weddings. We offer various wedding options for couples, from small, intimate ceremonies to large celebrations. Our wedding experts work closely with each couple to ensure every detail is considered, including the menu, decorations, and music.

Corporate Events

Choose Electra Yacht Charters for your corporate event, our luxurious yacht guarantees a unique and exclusive experience. We offer customizable packages with catering and entertainment choices to fit your budget. Impress your clients, reward your employees, or host team-building events on our yacht.

Special Events

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, engagement, anniversary or any other special occasion, Electra Yacht Charters offers an unparalleled experience for your special event. Our team will work closely with you to tailor the event to your specific preferences, making it a seamless and stress-free experience.

Explore a Piece of History

Electra is an elegant and stunning motor yacht that is steeped in a rich history. This impressive fantail was originally designed by the naval architect Ted Geary and built in 1930 by the Lake Union Drydock Company. Geary designed the yacht for A.W. Leonard, the owner and President of Puget Sound Power and Light, and she was given as a Valentine’s Day gift from Leonard to his wife. Due to Leonard’s involvement with the Seattle based power company, Electra was aptly named after the Greek goddess of light, meaning ‘shining light.’ Although she is primarily a pleasure yacht, Electra has been used as a military support vessel during World War II and was also used by President Reagan on a campaign trip during his bid for reelection.

Despite changing hands several times and various restorations and alterations over the years, Electra retains historic integrity and she embodies the distinctive characteristics of her overall design. Today, Electra is considered a classic example of the “golden age” of American motor yachts and has recently earned the title of being certified by the National Park Service and California Parks as a Historic Vessel.