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Charter Sailing in Greece: It’s not just about the Islands
Charter sailing tourism started in Greece. It’s still the place where first-time charterers want to go sailing, the place seasoned sailors return to year after year. And there’s plenty of Greece to go around
How long should our sailing holiday be for? Seven days, or longer?
As a lifelong sailing holiday enthusiast, Robert Cross understands the finer points of making sure all aboard enjoy a successful cruise. Read Robert’s views on what’s involved in deciding the most suitable charter duration for you
Two new charter options to end a busy 2022
The biggest bareboat option ever will hit the water in early 2023 - the Jeanneau 65 'Uranus' out of Lavrion, Greece, for charter in the Greek Sporades Islands. And a new concept in smaller family catamarans - the Excell 11, now available in the Mediterranean and Carribean.
Bareboating in the Mediterranean: do you have an International Sailing Certificate?
A Mediterranean sailing charter is the ultimate yachting adventure for weekend sailors. An experience that’s very accessible, but keep in mind that in Europe there’s also a formal requirement for chartering bareboat.
Sailing in the Seychelles: a charterer's report
in 2022 we arranged a Seychelles sailing charter for intrepid travelers Rick and Kathryn. The couple were planning their next adventure in the Indian Ocean and Africa, and planning to vacation in the Seychelles Islands for three weeks.