The Caribbean is one of the most perfect winter sun destinations, stunning islands each with its own individual character but all offering beautiful white sands, turquoise waters and lush tropical vegetation. It is the perfect place to switch off, relax and unwind.
Rum, revolutionaries and retro cars – Cuba has a back-in-time appeal.The Cuba of today promises to be like nowhere else you’ve ever visited. Economically poor but culturally rich. Visibly mildewed, but architecturally magnificent. Bring along your sense of adventure for a charter like no other.
Australia’s vast open plains of arid desert, lush forests and snow-cloaked mountains and the magnificent Great Barrier Reef create the perfect concoction for a hedonistic vacation. New Zealand offers natural beauty and wilderness by the bucket-load- a vast natural theme park of rare, seismic beauty, an uncrowded, green, and peaceful country.
The mesmerising beauty of the south Pacific conjures up every destination cliché: crystal clear lagoons, immaculate strips of beach, palm fringed islands encircled by coral reefs, hillsides covered with tropical forests and volcanoes that occasionally rumble against cloudless skies.
The French Riviera is reputed as one of Europe's most glamorous summer holiday destinations, renowned for attracting aristocracy, artists and actors for years, drawn by the sumptuous establishments, the sensual coastline and the unique light.
There are few experiences in life that conjure up the notion of ‘la dolce vita’ like chartering a luxury yacht along the Italian coastline. Staggering scenery, exquisite food, glamour aplenty– it’s no wonder that Italy is one of the world’s most sought-after superyacht destinations. When you’ve got choices like this, the only difficult decision is how to fit it all in!
Lying off the east coast of Spain, the Balearic islands maintain a character distinct from mainland Spain and offer beautiful scenery, a vibrant nightlife and long sandy beaches. Each of the islands has retained their own identities and offer quirky Catalan traditions. From clubbers to nature lovers and culture vultures, this group of islands really has something for all.
A bridge between East and West, the deep and jagged Eastern coast has been witness to the history of empires. Leaving behind times of conflict, it has grown into a a popular destination. Friendly people, delicious local food, stretches of stunning beaches, and history in abundance offer visitors something different from the beaten tracks of the rest of the Mediterranean coastline.