You’ve probably just finished your Summer season in the med, storm shutters are going on and you’re about to cross for the Caribbean. Whether you are a seasoned yachtie who hasn’t made it to Antigua or a newbie to the industry, you will not be disappointed with this ...Read more Comments Off on Spending the winter in Antigua? You’ll have the time of your life.
If you ever wondered how this stunning country on the other side of our globe got its name, you have to reach back into history to the time of the 1760’s when Dutchman Abel Tasman first spotted the North and South Islands of New Zealand. Tasman named the ...Read more Comments Off on This is why superyachts are visiting New Zealand
Somehow this city at the heart of international shipping tends to get overlooked within Central American travel. If you are headed to Panama City – either with the excitement of the Canal looming or already over – be sure that it offers so much more than simply connecting ...Read more Comments Off on 6 things to do in Panama City (that don’t involve the canal)
You say the Med is dead. We say it isn’t so, and we’re not talking about the new noise regulations in Magaluf… Plunge down here to see what life “under the sea” can offer; we’re only skimming the surface. SARDINIA Sardinia is a top Italian diving spot especially ...Read more Comments Off on These are the best places to get tanked up in the Med
As popular cruising spots become inundated, there is increasing interest to identify the road less travelled. As the world gets smaller, destinations that tend to stay in the shadows, are getting a second look. Scotland is just one of these places. Forget Mel Gibson in Braveheart, haggis and ...Read more Comments Off on Underrated: 5 reasons to visit Scotland
I like to compare country-hopping to speed-dating. Speed-dating can either make for an enjoyable or a dire night out. Can meeting lots of new people in one night be exciting? Or is spending your night making quick-fire conversation at random people completely agonising? With limited time off in ...Read more Comments Off on A crew member’s guide to making the most of time-off
We don’t know if you’ve heard yet, but Fiji has it’s very own Cloud 9, and it comes in the form of a floating pizza parlour. No, you are not dreaming. Yes, this is real life! If you fancy finding out more about this floating slice of heaven, ...Read more Comments Off on Enjoy a Slice of Heaven at this Floating Pizza Parlour
This is the first part of our new blog series, Off the Beaten Track. We’re going to be picking out some unique “unchartered” locations, and interviewing those who know about the areas to find out some top tips. This week, we are speaking to The Yacht Stew AKA ...Read more Comments Off on Off the Beaten Track: Exploring the Pacific North West
Most people with at least a passing interest in travel have heard about the swimming pigs of Pig beach. This legendary cay in the beautiful Bahamas is probably one of the most photographed yachting destinations on earth. Great Exuma itself is stunning enough, but when you add in ...Read more Comments Off on Swimming Pigs in the Bahamas: what you need to know.