Month: January 2017

Top 5 Yachting Destinations

With so many beautiful and exotic destinations around the world to choose from, it can be difficult to choose which one to visit next. From crystal blue Caribbean waters to the warm breezes of Micronesia, there is no shortage of locations to point your bow. That is why we decided to create our own Top 5 list of some of the world’s best yachting destinations. Perhaps you have already been to some of these, or perhaps you plan on visiting them soon, either way, these are all worthy of your next yachting vacation.

  1. St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

A regular stop for celebrities, business moguls and politicians, St. Thomas boasts many secluded getaways offering privacy, glamour and incredible views in almost every direction.

  1. Split, Croatia

Croatia is a beautiful country steeped in history, culture and some incredible coast lines. The terrain cascades uphill from the sea where you will find shops, restaurants, nightlife as well as more cultural activities and parks.

  1. Sardinia, Italy

Sardinia is the second largest island in Italy and also the second largest island in the Mediterranean. The coastline is spectacular and there are many marinas offering luxurious amenities typical of the area.

  1. Portofino, Italy

Portofino is a small village, once known for fishing. With only one road in and out, privacy and exclusivity are one of this destination’s best features.

  1. Ibiza, Spain

Looking for a party destination that offers a wide range of attractions, nightlife and luxurious marinas? Ibiza attracts the younger rich and famous crowd and features trendy restaurants, nightclubs and casinos designed to keep the party going well into the night.

     Obviously, there are many more places in the world to visit, some near and some far. Our list offers something for everyone and can give those new to the yachting life a look at what this lifestyle has to offer.

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Alex Thompson Racing, Hugo Boss

Go Alex go, your team must be very proud, I know your sister is. Massive effort, may the wind stay on the Starboard side for the last four days, this may result in the closest finish to this race ever.

Good luck, well done, I can asure you the next four days, will be as sleepless for me, whilst following this epic tale.

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