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The Island of Billionaires: Things to do in St. Barts

15th Oct 2019

The small Caribbean island of Saint Barthélemy — better known as St. Barts — is well known as an extravagant playground for the wealthy and famous. What is not as well known is that magical St. Barts has so much more to offer than just luxury villas for the jetset crowd. The things to do … Continued

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Hurricane Dorian Update

02nd Sep 2019

UPDATE – SEPTEMBER 12, 2019 Due to Hurricane Dorian’s devastation of Abaco, our fleet has relocated to Palm Cay Marina, Nassau, and is open for business. All bareboat and by the cabin charters departures that were scheduled from Abacos will now depart from Nassau. Our team will contact those customers with bookings to share the new details. … Continued

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Top BVI Dive Sites

Top 10 BVI Dive Sites

27th Aug 2019

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has long been known as a second-to-none vacation destination, especially for sailors and boaters of all kinds. This grouping of lush green islands has an abundance of gorgeous beaches, sparkling cyan waters and balmy sun-filled days year-round. The BVI has recently gained more attention as a dive capital of the … Continued

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Women Only Sailing Vacations With a Difference

23rd Aug 2019

Holly Scott started sailing as a toddler on her parents’ 16’ day sailer. Today she is the owner of Mahalo Sailing, a small tour business offering sailing adventures and often working closely with Dream Yacht Charters. As part of our #MoreWomenAtSea campaign, find out more about how Holly got into sailing. How did you get … Continued

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Visit Seychelles Tortoise Sanctuary by Charter

Why You Should Add the Seychelles Tortoise Sanctuary to Your Bucket List

19th Aug 2019

The islands of the Seychelles are known around the world as an unmatched vacation playground, gaining even more acclaim following the news that it was Prince William and Kate’s honeymoon destination of choice. The appeal is apparent in the crystalline waters, sugar-white sand beaches, lush tropical foliage and towering granite rock formations. But the Seychelles’ … Continued

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Why We Should All Be Talking About Helping Mobility-Impaired Sailors

15th Aug 2019

In 1989, the late Don Backe was paralyzed after a car accident and learned to relive his life from a wheelchair. He had been an avid sailor and he was encouraged by friends to carry on sailing to lift his spirits. How CRAB began A few years later, he founded Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB) … Continued

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Best Caribbean Party Islands to Visit

Best Caribbean Party Islands to Visit

12th Aug 2019

Our Guide to the Five Best Party Islands in the Caribbean Caribbean vacations are not just for balmy sea breezes and swaying palm trees anymore. Many travelers are seeking the best party scene under the sun for dancing the night away under the stars. Choose carefully, fellow roof-raisers. The best Caribbean party islands can be … Continued

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Best Beaches in Tahiti to Visit

Best Beaches in Tahiti to Visit

06th Aug 2019

Best Beaches in Tahiti to Visit Few things can conjure up a vision of grass-skirted dancers, lush tropical vegetation, vanilla-scented sea breezes and breathtaking stretches of sugar-sand beaches like the word “Tahiti”. If Tahiti is not already on your travel bucket list, it’s high time to add it. Spectacular beaches await with swaying palms, idyllic … Continued

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Creole Cuisine in Martinique

Martinique Dishes: Creole Cuisine to try

22nd Jul 2019

Martinique Dishes: Creole Cuisine to try Located in the southeastern Caribbean, the tiny little-known island of Martinique has natural charms that take cenDishester stage with towering mountains blanketed in rainforests, stunning postcard-perfect beaches, and year-round balmy trade winds. But the more refined side of Martinique serves up a level of culinary mastery that also attracts … Continued

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A Skippered Charter Story

Ease of Sailing the Abacos: A Skippered Charter Story

22nd Jul 2019

The Freedom of Sailing the Abacos Why I chose a Skippered Charter I wasn’t completely new to sailing. Nor was I a seasoned boat captain. I had no license, no formal schooling, and no experience sailing the waters in our chosen destination – the Abacos. My husband and our friends were already sold on a … Continued

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