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Sailing in Greece: A mixed bag of weather

Our third departure of the year began with a group of friends from the United States and beautiful smooth sailing in no more than 5 Beaufort. This meant for the first time this year, we had the treat of the stunning overnight anchorage at Kleftiko with a BBQ under the starry Greek skies. In Ios, after saying goodbye to our new American friends, we welcomed aboard a new crew of South African honeymooners and a Canadian family of 4; the wind also changed and altered the itinerary which meant we could visit Serifos and Iraklia. As this trip comes to a close, once again Greece has given us golden tans and we’ve enjoyed lots of sunny hikes, dolphin races and amazing food every night!

Tie the knot this Valentine’s Day

We’ve all heard the phrase tie the knot when speaking about marriage, but the origins of this phrase date back to Celtic times.Read More

Top 3 romantic Polynesian dreams

French Polynesia is visited by fewer tourists in a year than Hawaii in a single day. This fact alone assures you an intimate experience. After a Tahitian sailing vacation, stay a few extra days at one of the 118 islands and be sure not to miss our Top 3 recommendations. Read More

Top 3 Croatian anchorages

You’ve arrived in Croatia, settled in on the yacht but which Croatian anchorages will give you the best dinner spot or night under the stars? Our Top 3 Croatian anchorages might help you decide.Read More

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