The French Riviera, also known as the Côte d’Azur, is a landscape of lush mountains, cobalt seas and warm sun tempered by cool local sea breezes. A Mediterranean luxury yacht charter is the finest way to see the ports of call you select, and enjoy the activities you prefer. From the luxury of your own,…Details
Imagine cruising through the pristine islands of the Bahamas, gin clear water, miles of empty beach, spectacular reefs teeming with life, world-class sportfishing and diving, sun-drenched days and night skies with a trillion stars.
The Bahamas is all about exploring above and below the water line. In addition to the world’s most breathtaking beaches and astonishing seas, you will discover quaint towns, historical sites, and superb resorts.
There are 700 islands in the Bahamas chain (30 are inhabited) and over 2,400 cays (coral reefs).
Let these regional highlights of the two most popular island groups, the Exumas and the Abacos, inspire you to book your perfect paradise Bahamas luxury yacht charter.Details
For those of you with an urge to explore out-of-the-way places, it’s really hard to beat the once in a lifetime experience of cruising the Maldives: a string of islands in the sun. Located in the Asian region about 430 nautical miles West of the Island Republic of Sri Lanka and 1000 miles South of Mumbai (Bombay) in India.Details
I’d like to broaden the discussion from pure ethics to the meeting of CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS of which ethics and ethical behavior is a part, albeit an important part. All customers expect their suppliers to be ethical, but they also have other expectations. Meeting all or most customer expectations differentiates a good business from a poor…Details
This the first of two blog posts that address charter cruising in the Leeward Islands; this first chapter addresses St. Martin: Jewel of the Eastern Caribbean. We have researched it in depth for you and entitled this piece:
Saint Maarten/Saint Martin: Yachting that Doubles the Pleasure
St. Martin is an enticing mélange of Old World elegance and Caribbean flair. The island is half Dutch, although a recent vote created the independent country of Sint Maarten, occupying 34 km2.Details
St. Thomas to the British Virgin Islands Ferry Situation Seems to have deteriorated instead of getting better. Last we heard, the Fast Ferry from Charlotte Amalie to Road Town was not leaving at the regular scheduled departure times. There are also a couple of ferries with maintenance issues Last week we heard of passengers from…Details
As the summer yachting season looms…a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of boating and yachting in exotic locations around the world. At least we hope it does. Please allow us to add another, more traditional, destination: New England, anyone? Oft forgotten, never boring and ALWAYS fascinating, the New England coastline offers some amazing little…Details
This is the second of our two blog posts referencing the Leeward Islands and covers Anguilla, St. Barths and Dominica. Yachting in the Leeward Islands is a privileged adventure to some of the most coveted destinations in the world. The playground of the well heeled, the yachts of high-profile celebrities crowd the ports, especially during…Details
GOING ON A YACHT VACATION IN THE CARIBBEAN? FIVE THINGS THAT WOMEN SHOULD KNOW! First of all whatever you are thinking of packing is too much You can never have enough swim wear You will never wear those sexy stiletto sandals that you paid a fortune for Leave most of your make-up at home as…Details
If you have not chartered a yacht before, here’s a handy-dandy primer, or chartering guide 101, for your first charter experience. The idea of chartering a yacht, whether it be in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean or other exotic destinations, may seem a little daunting if it’s your first time. Here’s how to make it simple. For starters,…Details