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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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Experience Puerto Rico's Food and Mucis Culture on a Sailing Vacation

Sail Puerto Rico to Experience the Vibrant Culture of Food and Music

10th Dec 2019

Puerto Rico is the travel gateway to the Spanish Virgin Islands and a must-see sailing destination full of flavor, culture and home to a beautiful archipelago. Whether you are a seasoned sailor or a first-time cruiser, this is a perfect destination for you. The island and its people are resilient and resourceful and most definitely … Continued

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Norway and Sweden Sailing Vacation Destinations

Sailing the Norwegian and Swedish Wilderness

03rd Dec 2019

Whether cruising among the roughly 30,000 granite islands of the Stockholm archipelago, or below the staggering heights of the fjords of Norway, sailing the Norwegian and Swedish wilderness is an extraordinary experience that few will experience in their lifetimes. The dramatic topography and natural scenery of the Scandinavian coastline make these countries an unparalleled sailing … Continued

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How a Charter Management Program is Helping an Owner Sail Around the World

21st Nov 2019

Boat owner, Anna Mourou, founder of the successful woman sailor network, She Captain, recently bought her boat with Dream Yacht Charter. Anna shares with us how she went about researching charter management programs in the run-up to her three-year circumnavigation, which begins next year…. Why did you choose a charter management program? In June next … Continued

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Volvo Ocean Race competitor Liz Wardley shares her passion for offshore sailing

21st Nov 2019

Liz Wardley is an offshore sailor, three times Volvo Ocean Race competitor, motivational and public speaker, personal trainer, boat re-fitter and an ocean ambassador who SUPs, surfs and kiteboards in her spare time. As part of our #MoreWomenAtSea campaign, find out how Liz Wardley operates in the extreme sport of offshore sailing. How did you … Continued

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5 Thai Street Food You Need to Try

5 Types of Thai Street Food You Need to Try

12th Nov 2019

One of the most exciting aspects of any Thailand vacation is the opportunity to try the delectable Thai street food, found on most street corners at any time of day or night. When taking to the streets of Bangkok, you’ll quickly notice that feasting at outdoor food carts, stalls and markets is practically a way … Continued

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Five Best Antigua Adventure Vacation Ideas

05th Nov 2019

Ahhh, Antigua. We can almost feel the warmth of soft sand giving way under our feet, and salty air filling our lungs as the sound of a gentle surf beckons us for a dip. Add to this blissful scene an adrenaline-pumping zipline, a few awe-inspiring cliffside hikes and a spirited sail on the Caribbean seas … Continued

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Everything you need to know about fishing

Everything You Need to Know About Fishing

05th Nov 2019

Fishing is a rewarding activity and a great way to spend all that free time in the vast blue ocean when on a sailing vacation, especially if someone else is doing the sailing for you. It also gives you the chance to gather long tales of big fights and the ones that got away, as … Continued

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Sun Loft 47

Sailing Vacations for Up to 12 Friends on the Monocat Sun Loft 47

30th Oct 2019

The Sun Loft 47 is a new, versatile monocat which sleeps 12 people comfortably in six cabins with plenty of room for entertaining. There’s a cabin for everyone, so no one needs to sleep in the saloon. What is a monocat? A monocat is an innovative yacht that offers catamaran-like social spaces and the affordable … Continued

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The Ultimate Guide to Visiting the Tobago Cays

29th Oct 2019

The wild, uninhabited islets and reefs of the fabled Tobago Cays have long been known among yachtsmen and sailors as some of the most spectacular in the Caribbean. Seasoned cruisers often list this idyllic anchorage as their most treasured, citing dreamy crowdless beaches, dazzling reefs and vivid aquamarine seas. Located in the southern Grenadines islands, … Continued

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