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Introducing the Tortola Dream BVI Charter

22nd Sep 2016

Want to explore Tortola and the British Virgin Islands in fully-catered luxury? You’ll find exactly what you’re looking for when you book our Tortola Dream Premium by the cabin charter. The French-built Ipanema 58 is the perfect floating five-star hotel, boasting an impressive floor plan and luxurious finishes. “The Ipanema 58 is an impressive catamaran … Continued

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Tahiti: 25 Boats, Endless Possibilities

16th Jan 2017

Tahiti is a verdant oasis surrounded by turquoise-blue seas, and populated by people whose friendliness is legendary. It’s the definition of paradise – and we can get you there easily. We offer bareboat, by the cabin, and crewed charters in French Polynesia from our base on Tahiti. This region is comprised of four archipelagos containing 100+ islands – the … Continued

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Shake Up Your Cooking on the Isle of Spice

16th Jan 2017

Infuse your humble galley with the flavors of Grenada by embracing its nickname – “The Isle of Spice!” The basics? Warm, zesty flavors – and mandatory dessert. Oil down is the traditional dish of Grenada and the ultimate Caribbean comfort food. Even the preparation is usually laid-back: a bunch of friends gathered around a pot, … Continued

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Visit Grenada: The Island of Spice

13th Jan 2017

With its unique combination of French and English culture, exotic flowers and rare fruits, a rich history of storytelling, and well-seasoned foods, make it a priority to visit Grenada is known as the “Island of Spice.” It’s also the gateway to the unspoiled cruising grounds of the Grenadines, where you’ll experience some of the best sailing anywhere … Continued

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Creative Coconut Curry for a Fish Market Find

09th Jan 2017

Thailand’s coast is scattered with small fishing villages, especially near Phuket. These villages often sport fish markets – a popular one for sailors being Koh Panyee. Treat yourself to some locally-caught fish for dinner during your charter. This local fish clearly deserves a local treatment. A classic Thai coconut curry will do swimmingly! White fish … Continued

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Travel Shows: The First Step to a Dream Charter

05th Jan 2017

Travel shows give you the perfect opportunity to learn more about booking a charter through us for your next vacation. In 2017, Dream Yacht Charter will be attending five different travel shows, on both the East and West coast, and will be ready to help you take the first steps towards booking your dream charter. Dream … Continued

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5 Mantras for Travel Sanity

03rd Jan 2017

These travel tips and mantras are helpful for planning, enjoying and remembering your dream vacation.  Pay for experiences instead of things. If you’re on our blog, you’re probably already in this mindset. We specialize in amazing experiences on world-class yachts. Period. Some big purchases need to be material goods – that’s just how life works. … Continued

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BVI Alternatives You’ll Love

27th Dec 2016

Those who’ve been to the BVI are well-versed in the islands’ charm. If you’ve been there a few times, you might find yourself adopting a more “been there, done that” attitude. We’re not knocking repeat vacations – merely offering new ideas for your next adventure! Here are some BVI alternatives that have a similar feel, … Continued

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Pulau Payar’s Breathtaking Beauty

21st Dec 2016

Pulau Payar and its neighboring islands lie Southeast of Langkawi, and they sport a marine park that’s well worth the trip. It only takes about an hour to sail to this snorkeling and diving paradise. You can observe the reef, teeming with life, from Pulau Payar’s underwater observation chamber, or snorkel and dive all day. … Continued

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A Quick Look at La Paz

18th Dec 2016

Peace be with you – La Paz translates directly to “peace,” and it’s no wonder why – this place is as gorgeously tranquil as they come. A welcoming desert climate offers something unique to travelers, much as it delighted Hernan Cortez, Jesuit missionaries of old, and finally those who settled the area permanently in 1811. … Continued

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