“What the rise of experiential travel reiterates is that travelers want greater flexibility, more choice and a more personalized trip that’s in their control.”
— Experiential Travel, How the Industry is Adapting, Vado.app
In a Private Tour from Newport Jaguar Tours, you will Reach Destinations and have Experiences that no Trolley or Bus Tour can Provide.
Newport Jaguar Tours will pick you up and demonstrate that your comfort and our experiences are unparalleled as you immerse yourself in a luxurious guided private tour of Newport, and greater Newport County. All tours come with highlighted destinations, and stories unique to Newport, and then can be customized in more specific ways to your liking.
The classic Jaguars carry one to four passengers in private tours…two people tops if you’re in a convertible, with a certain nimbleness required for the person in the rear seat. (Yes, what one will do for the summer sun and the wind in the hair.) Ask about the availability of multiple cars for larger groups—we connect the cars through Bluetooth so everyone hears the same live guided tour. A gourmet champagne picnic lunch is available on full-day, private tours. A stop at a fabulous seaside restaurant, lobster shack or country inn is another option on a full-day, private tour.
Included in all private tours is important, fun information and views of Newport’s famous scenic beauty, architecture and more, as well as experiencing amazing history and stories about its famous and infamous citizens. Let us know where your interests lie and we will customize a tour for you.
Experience the sailing capital of the world.
Newport is the sailing capital of the world with a glorious history of America’s Cup competitions, and the home of numerous regattas and ocean-traversing races. Newport has long been an important location for the U.S. Navy. The history of the Navy aligns closely with the birth and establishment of the nation. Some of our most famous Navy men and women served, were born here, or are buried here, including the Perrys, Oliver and Matthew. You will visit notable America’s Cup locations, see the Navy’s presence including the Naval War College and tour its Museum; and see the site of the U.S. Naval Academy moved here during the Civil War. Newport is also the destination of some of the largest yachts in the world and you may be lucky enough to catch a view of some of them. The Herreshoff Museum where most of the historic America’s Cup yachts were built is also an option. This is a three-hour tour, morning or afternoon.
Please call (401) 855-6435 for same-day bookings.
Sailing, Yachting, & Naval History
$298.00 starting at
Consider adding one of these to your tour:
Gourmet Champagne Picnics
Let us cater a fabulous picnic lunch.
Choose to let us cater a fabulous picnic lunch and deliver you to an equally divine location to fully enjoy your meal. A stylish picnic basket and blanket is included, with all of the food and drink you will need, along with real plates, silverware, and glasses. We require 48 hour advance notice for a picnic request. If it rains we will recommend a place to still enjoy your meal. Picnics are $100 per person (minimum 2) in addition to your tour fee.
Experience the full panoply of local dining.
On full-day tours, you will be transported to a local iconic dining place for your lunch, unless you book a gourmet, champagne picnic lunch. These restaurants can include establishments known for majestic ocean views, or, to experience the full panoply of local dining, you could choose a lobster shack, or specialists in local seafood. Please indicate when booking a specific full-day tour that you are electing this option and you will be given choices by your guide.
J boats in Newport RI: Don Ramey Logan http://www.mediadev.net/2873-2/
J Class Yacht Ranger in Newport RI: Don Ramey Logan http://www.mediadev.net/2873-2/
Herreshoff Museum: Mary Feeny
Newport Bridge and Sailboat: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. (x)
America³: America Avhell – Pat David] / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)
Comanche in the Rolex Transatlantic Race 2015 leaving Newport RI for Plymouth England: Billy Black – Photographer for Sail / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)
Luce Hall (Naval War College): Leonard J. DeFrancisci / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)
Naval War College LOC: Bain News Service, publisher / Public domain
Restoration Hall IYRS: Jsingeriyrs / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)