All posts tagged "Featured"
Fraser Yachts Celebrates 70 Years with Launch of New Website
Fraser, known up until now as Fraser Yachts, is celebrating its 70th anniversary in the luxury yacht market with a number of rebranding initiatives that enforce their status as the world’s leading luxury yacht brokerage. One of...
- Posted February 22, 2017
Royal Huisman expands their shipyard facilities to Amsterdam
Royal Huisman is pleased to announce today their intention for the exclusive use of the facilities of Holland Jachtbouw (HJB) in Amsterdam following the anticipated termination of business by HJB after the passing away of founder Chris...
- Posted February 1, 2017
Tips and Tricks for Selecting Foul Weather Gear AND Staying Dry
If you look at old paintings, you’d think that sailing ships went to sea in almost perfect weather all the time. Sailors of the era appeared on deck in regal finery, but what happened when it...
- Posted August 15, 2016
Chasing Sunsets in Santorini
Having just worked for 95 days straight — and I’m not complaining; well, maybe a little bit — we were appreciative that the marina manager at Santorini’s Vlahada Marina let us bring our 265-square-meter catamaran into the...
- Posted March 9, 2012
Bottoms Up, Caribbean Style (Part III)
This is the third story covering my favorite anchorages in the Caribbean, and last time we ended up in Antigua. Having sadly left the northern reef there, you might assume that the next logical stop for...
- Posted March 1, 2011
Bottoms Up, Caribbean Style (Part II)
It’s 7 a.m., I just got off watch and its 8 degrees outside. We are 30 miles from Gibraltar after a 1,600-mile trip from Turkey. I can’t emphasize enough how happy I am going to be to...
- Posted January 1, 2011
One of my ambitions has always been to sail into Venice. When we finally got a booking that started there and ended in Dubrovnik, Croatia, I was ecstatic. Our trip to pick up the charter started in...
- Posted July 1, 2010