August 19th, 2016
When it’s time to holiday, many people all over the world spend their holidays by the sea. Europe really offers a few great locales for a seaworthy vacation. There is plenty of opportunity you can find like enjoying sparkling waters, and see idyllic islands on a boat. So below, there are some of the Europe’s best destinations perfect for sailing.
If you want to make a sailing holiday memorable, then go to Greece. Sailing across Greece would be great for your holiday. Why? Because this country is rich in ancient ruins and particularly in natural scenery. There is a wide selection of islands to tour there. As a case in point, you can sail over Folégandros, Tilos or Astapálaia that is an island off the beaten tourist track. Moreover, this country offers many beaches you can explore.
August 18th, 2016
In the event you want to create your holiday of a lifetime, you should discover Sicily by yacht. You will spend a perfect journey while visiting this Island of Italy out by luxury yacht. You are going to discover why.
Don’t miss out Sicily on a sailboat
Sicily is the Mediterranean’s largest island in Italy. During your sailing holiday in Sicily, maybe you are wondering what to explore there? If you go there, you can hire a yacht. There are some wonderful yachts for you to choose from along with great itineraries. You can make a tour of the beautiful seas of Sicily. First, you can head to Polermo, which is a large port with marina and better for sailing. This is a breathtaking coastline that offers plenty of opportunity to sail in. On the other hand, you can find another coastline called Marsala. You can visit Marsala on a sailboat. It is a wonderful city to explore, and especially, good for your Sicily yacht charter.
May 30th, 2016
A voyage immersed in art and culture is possible only if your destination is the Italian capital. Rome, also known as the Eternal city, is rich of thousands of hidden artistic realities.
In the city there are streets rich of culture and architecture and lots of things to know, even if they are not among the main tourist attractions.
October 31st, 2015
Make sail and conquer the waters that built an empire. Break free from the usual and go back in time on this memorable journey. Forget palm-lined beaches and sail the blue waters of Devon on a classic yacht full of history and intrigue. 18th Century Man of War ships were rough, dirty and often violent floating homes to those in service of the crown. Since the advent of metal ships, the old wooden barges have become relics of a past era. Stories of brave and daring sea farers have romanticized life on these wooden majesties, you too can fall in love with these splendid vessels as you create your own romantic journey along the British coastline and isles. Discover for yourself a forgotten world and set sail upon the boats that made history.
Tall and handsome
She’s a beauty. Tall ships are beauty queens, with sails lowered they are the crown jewels of the sea. Steering such a magnificent vessel out on open waters is exhilarating. These boats require experience to man and depend on a seasoned professional to captain. A holiday manning a tall ship is unforgettable. It is an opportunity to meet people and share in an experience mostly lost to modernity. Hundreds of people are needed aboard, and steering clear of troublesome waters is plenty of work. It’s definitely not a quiet holiday, this journey is about pushing yourself to new limits and new heights. A true adventure in every sense of the word.