Albert Einstein, in his great wisdom, told us to “Learn from yesterday but live for today.” A striking and poignant quote for the historical times we find ourselves living through.
As a globe; an earthly population; a group of dreamers and adventurers; we have all found ourselves wondering at some point or another “What will be the new normal and when will it begin?"
Normality, or rather, the newest version of it, has started to return to many corners of our beautiful planet
. Countries are once again opening their arms and borders to tourists and the oceans are no longer abandoned by sailors.
Here at Bluewater, we have been encouraged by the number of our clients who wish to seize the day (or rather, seize the holiday) and who are eager to book a spontaneous yacht charter this summer. These are the people who know the true value of time and opportunity and never put off until tomorrow what they can do today.
Luckily, becoming an opportunist in the summer of 2020 doesn’t have to be as risk adverse as it seems. The Bluewater team
have some water-tight paperwork in place to protect your charter should the iron curtain of COVID19
For the adventurers amongst you, waiting expectantly for the second wave involves drifting on a surf board on a far-flung coastline having missed the first one. The travel specialists at Bluewater never cease from exploration and can recommend many places for you and your loved-ones to escape the constraints of 2020, such as this stunning itinerary
for Saint Vincent and The Grenadines.
If there ever was a well-worn quote in the world of yachting, it is that of Mark Twain. Somehow though, this summer, his words feel even more apt;
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour… Explore, Dream, Discover.”