Destinations

The Famed and Fascinating French Riviera

The Famed and Fascinating French Riviera

Set Sail for the French Riviera, Where Luxury and Culture Meet This stretch of luxurious blue coastline is known to attract many a traveller, and many a sailor, whether you’re a natural or a greenborn. With the variety of stops in either direction, it’s no wonder so many heads to the French Riviera for a holiday, and land up staying for life! From the aqua blue surfs of La Colline du Chateau, to the pale, sandy beaches of Cannes, this Learn more
Bequia – Beauty off the Beaten Track

Bequia – Beauty off the Beaten Track

Beautiful Bequia The small-town charm of Bequia makes it an ideal cruising spot for sailors in search of seclusion. It is also one of the most remote islands in the already remote Grenadine Islands. Pronounced ‘beck way’, the island is situated nine miles south of St Vincent and has a population of fewer than 5,000 people. Life on Bequia is slow and relaxed. There are no crowds and hardly any noise – this quaint Caribbean paradise is geared for activities Learn more
The Stunning but Scary Red Sea

The Stunning but Scary Red Sea

The Red Sea – Pirates, Ahoy! As a highly sought after diving destination, the Red Sea is a prime region for exotic yacht chartering companies. But is it accessible to sailing enthusiast? Let’s explore the area and its challenges. Stretching from the north to the south between the Gulf of Aden and the Suez Canal, the Red Sea is a massive expanse of glittering turquoise waters beckoning divers and snorkelling enthusiasts from all over the world. Vast reefs teeming with Learn more
Catalina Island, California With a Mediterranean Vibe

Catalina Island, California With a Mediterranean Vibe

Catalina Island – Like Greece But in The US Located just over 20 miles Southwest of Los Angeles, Catalina Island is a highly accessible escape for sailing enthusiasts. With clear waters, whitewashed buildings and incredible seafood on offer, visitors are enchanted by the rustic and under-developed charm of the island, and are transported to what feels like one of the Greek islands – only it is in the US. Under-Water or Above Ground Although Catalina Island is only around 22 Learn more
Exploring Croatia’s Islands

Exploring Croatia’s Islands

It is a well-known fact among the sailing community that Croatia is a cruising paradise. Adventurers from far and wide visit Croatia to experience off-the-beaten-track islands where they are transported back through history in stone-built fishing villages that make them feel as though they are in Europe in years gone by. Sailing folk go for fair waters and mild weather conditions. When to Sail to Croatia With a wealth of natural beauty and a typically Mediterranean climate, sun-seekers are advised Learn more
The Unspoiled Mergui Archipelago

The Unspoiled Mergui Archipelago

Off The Beaten Tack in Burma As the owner of a luxury yacht, you’re always looking for an exotic sailing destination that is far from the madding and crowded berths of the world’s top marinas. Sure Monaco is fun, but if you’re looking for true adventure on the high seas, then nothing beats exploring the Mergui Archipelago, located south-west of Myanmar (Burma). Visit the Islands of the Mergui Archipelago With just over 800 islands making up the unspoiled Mergui Archipelago, Learn more
The Gorgeous Grenadines

The Gorgeous Grenadines

The Grenadines is a chain of 32 exquisite Caribbean islands and cays dotted along a 60 mile stretch of South Caribbean waters. The tropical weather, stunning sandy beaches and clear blue water makes the Grenadines a haven for sailing enthusiasts interested in exploring several islands. The Islands Sailing around the Grenadines is a bit more exciting than the British Virgin Isles. Water conditions on the journey towards the islands can be rough, but once you get to the islands there Learn more
Fort Lauderdale – The Venice of America

Fort Lauderdale – The Venice of America

If you are heading to the United States with a yacht across the Atlantic, one of the best places to anchor at is Fort Lauderdale in Florida. With a whopping 3,000 hours of sunshine each year, a fantastic selection of classy bars and fine boutiques – it is an ideal destination for the discerning sailor. You may even spot a celebrity or two. American billionaire automotive dealer Jim Moran’s elegant yacht the Gallant Lady is often seen docked at Fort Learn more
Gustavia – Lush, Charming and Simply Gorgeous

Gustavia – Lush, Charming and Simply Gorgeous

Whether you call the island Saint Barthélemy, St Barth, St Barts or Ouanalao like the indigenous people call it – it is an unparalleled tropical paradise. St Barts is the ultimate Christmas and new year destination, frequented by rich and famous sailing enthusiasts from all over the world. Along with celebrities like Kate Moss, Kim Kardashian and Paul McCartney, billionaire Russian Roman Abramovich is known to regularly moor in Gustavia – which is the capital of St Barts. These super Learn more
Cruising to Christmas Island

Cruising to Christmas Island

Sailing to Experience a Spectacular Event Christmas Island is an island in the Indian Ocean under Australian sovereignty with just over 2,000 residents, most residing on the Northern tip of the island, where Flying Fish Cove is located. There is a jetty and a boat ramp and it is possible to land on the beach with a tender most of the year. Petrol and diesel are available at the filling station which is around 200m from Flying Fish Cove. Nearby Learn more