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Brazil Igiazu Waterfall

The 10 Best Waterfalls in Brazil

07th Jan 2020

Brazil is well known for its sun-kissed beaches, exotic islands and charming colonial towns. What you may not know is that Brazil is also a paradise for those chasing waterfalls.   When you consider that Brazil is the fifth largest country, and hosts the biggest and most biodiverse rainforest in the world, it’s not surprising that … Continued

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Discover Nautilus Sailing’s Learn to Sail Adventures

14th Jan 2020

We’re excited about our new partnership with Nautilus Sailing, where you can learn to sail on a live aboard course at any of our destinations worldwide. Tim Geisler, lead sailing instructor, has given us the lowdown on Nautilus Sailing and what they offer. “Explore. Dream. Discover. ” The ocean, that expanse of adventure, has always … Continued

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Seychelles coral reef

Seychelles leading the way in coral reef restoration

13th Jan 2020

Sailing vacations allow you to get closer to nature by diving off the boat to make the most of the marine life and surroundings. In many destinations worldwide, the biodiversity in and around coral reefs is important to your vacation experience. Sadly the world’s coral is under threat but read on to find out how … Continued

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Grilled fish by Dream yacht charter

Eight ways to dine on fish on your sailing vacation

13th Jan 2020

There are three things people worry about when thinking about a sailing vacation, the weather, what to pack and what to eat. The weather may be out of your hands, but the other two you have control over. Read on to find out how to make the most of your galley kitchen onboard to prepare … Continued

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Volvo Ocean Race

Meet seasoned offshore sailor and activist Stacey Jackson

13th Jan 2020

We were lucky enough to be able to chat about competitive sailing with Stacey Jackson, a two-time Volvo Ocean Race competitor and one of just 19 women to achieve more than 10 Sydney Hobart Yacht Races. You got into sailing when you were seven years old and started racing in the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race … Continued

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Volvo Ocean Race 2021 sailor Bianca Cook

Interview with Volvo Ocean Race 2021 sailor Bianca Cook

10th Jan 2020

Bianca Cook is set to become the first New Zealand woman to skipper a round-the-world race with a Kiwi team, the Ocean Race 2021. She learned to sail in Auckland, sailed on superyachts and completed the latest Volvo Ocean Race 2017-2018. She’s been racing in Australia and is about to head out to Italy to … Continued

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Fish Ceviche with Coconut Milk and Ginger by Chef Fabiola of Luna

Luna’s Crew Wins Big at the BVI Charter Yacht Show

27th Dec 2019

There was some fantastic news for our Caribbean crewed charter fleet recently when captain Nim and chef Fabiola of the luxury crewed catamaran Luna, took home first place in both the appetizer and cocktail rounds at the 2019 BVI Charter Yacht Show, sponsored by the BVI Charter Yacht Society. The good news doesn’t stop there, … Continued

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Ten tips for the perfect family sailing vacation with children

18th Dec 2019

Family holidays are special occasions that make foundational memories in the constantly changing landscape of a child’s mental and emotional development. What better place to do that than on a chartered yacht, sailing between islands in the sparkling blue ocean so close to nature. If you are planning a family sailing vacation, here are our … Continued

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How to make the most of a sailing vacation of the Saronic Islands, Greece

17th Dec 2019

Anna Mourou, founder of the successful woman sailor network, She Captain, shares her review of her latest flotilla in Greece, sailing from our base in Athens to the Saronic islands with 44 members in five boats. The ambience created on a She Captain flotilla is hard to explain. There is so much bravery released, so … Continued

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How to buy locally grown, traditional souvenirs to remember your sailing vacation

10th Dec 2019

Go-local is a movement that has been around for a while now. It is supported by many socially conscious individuals who understand that supporting locally grown, made and manufactured goods, puts food directly onto the tables of families.  It is a worthwhile movement to embrace on your travels, especially when visiting out of the way … Continued

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