Smart Charter Ibiza is the largest boat charter company in Ibiza. Founded by Charlie Veale, a long time Ibiza resident, the Smart Charter Ibiza's team is made up of a group of young and dynamic professionals who are passionate about boating & water sports.
Team members are all Ibiza residents happy to pass on their local knowledge. Smart Charter owns all of its boats, which gives clients maximum flexibility as well as peace-of-mind knowing that each boat is regularly serviced by Smart Charter’s full-time mechanics.
Focused on customer experience, Smart Charter Ibiza prides itself on providing a personalised service. Every crew member speaks both English and Spanish and the office provides services in English, French and German.
Having lived on boats all my life and growing up in Ibiza, the sea has always been a passion of mine.
I am lucky to now make my living working with and on amazing boats.
This is a dream come true and keeps me excited and motivated every day.
Growing up in Ibiza from the tender age of one month old, I developed my passion for yachts when I met Charlie.
Creating and building Smart Charter Ibiza has provided me with more education than my countless years at school.
I was first attracted to Ibiza whilst living in Miami and working in the field of law. Having so many similarities I quickly felt at home and fell in love with this magical island.
I now take care of all enquiries within the business and make sure our customers are always taking away with them an experience worth sharing.
Leaving my home country of Lithuania I travelled to Ibiza seeking a new life and looking to apply my studies in business management. I have been a part of the SCI team since its early days and now utilise my skills to ensure our VIP markets discerning needs are always met.
From the first moment I arrived on the island four years ago I knew this would be the right place for me. Thanks to Smart Charter Ibiza I have grown occupationally and I have developed a passion for boats. Now I handle all the paperwork for the company and keep things on an even keel.