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  • P WHY A?

    By Becki Milton • 5 days ago
    When you were first starting out in the yachting industry, did you ever wish you had an older brother who had already jumped through all the tedious paperwork hoops, was able to help you with your CV, knew exactly which modules you needed for your CoC or CeC and was there to sort things out when that awful yacht dismissed you unfairly and wanted to dump you somewhere in Turkey without repatriation?
  • 1 Million Burpee superyacht challenge #Whatnottowaste

    By Suzannah Gardner • 13 days ago
    Over the course of 2016 the captain and crew of M/Y Talitha have been on a mission to reduce super yacht waste. To draw attention to their campaign, What Not 2 Waste, they pledged to complete 1 million burpees over the past year
  • Bahamiam Beauty – Discover a rainbow of blues on an 8-day cruise exploring the Bahamas

    By Vikki Keil • 15 days ago
    Sailing in the Bahamas inspires serenity and blissfulness, as you admire crystal–clear waters, pristine beaches and untouched natural beauty
  • Blue & Beyond #6 - Bahamas

    By Sarah Smith-Garrison • 34 days ago
    The Bahamas is made up of more than 700 islands, islets and cays located in the Atlantic Ocean. It was Christopher Columbus’ first landfall in 1492 and it was where American slaves and Africans were liberated to; today 90% of the population is made up of their descendants. More than 300 years of British rule ended in July 1973 when the Bahamas officially became a new nation, the Independent Commonwealth of the Bahamas. It is one of the richest countries in the Americas
  • Blue & Beyond #6 - Cuba

    By Sarah Smith-Garrison • 34 days ago
    Now that this beautiful island is becoming more accessible and open we highly recommend a luxury yacht charter to this stunning but isolated part of the world, to experience the Cuban love of music, singing and dancing. Cuba has a diverse, complex and truly fascinating culture, with the Cuban people still making time for each other and guests; with their relaxed and easy-going approach to life, they are genuinely friendly and are fond of foreign visitors, welcoming them with open arms. Enjoy taking a step back in time to a simpler way of life and admire all the American vintage cars still driving around from the 40s and 50s
  • Blue & Beyond #6 - The best places to spend New Year’s Eve

    By Sarah Smith-Garrison • 34 days ago
    New Year’s Eve is a momentous occasion each year, and with a diary packed full of party invitations it can be difficult to decide where to see in the New Year. So why not take your nearest and dearest on a luxury yacht charter, and we give you three destination ideas: Bermuda, St Barths and the British Virgin Islands