• Q&A: Pascal Bredin of Seal Superyachts Tahiti

    Posted: 2nd January 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

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    Pascal Bredin is General Manager of Seal Superyachts Tahiti and a passionately biased promoter of the archipelago as a superyacht destination. The Tahitian native has lived and worked here his whole life, graduating from the shipyards to become a captain and then a yacht agent. Over lunch on the idyllic Coco Beach we chatted with Pascal about his career and his love of the 118 islands he calls home.
  • Benefits of Berthing at Karpaz Gate Marina in Cyprus

    Posted: 21st November 2017 | Written by: Karpaz Gate Marina

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    Karpaz Gate Marina in North Cyprus has announced its 2018 berthing campaign as it strengthens its status as one of the East Mediterranean’s leading full-service facilities. Having just celebrated its most successful season since opening six years ago, the award-winning marina is tempting visitors with unique packages, incentives, and attractive servicing and berthing rates for 2018.
  • The Pulling Power of Port la Napoule

    Posted: 14th July 2017 | Written by: Sam Watson

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    Managing a marina has certainly become more interesting in recent years. It’s no longer enough to have state of the art facilities and great Wifi, the world wants more and marinas must become ‘destinations in their own right’, a fact that hasn’t gone unheeded at Port la Napoule on the French Riviera. Until now it’s been something of a well kept secret but with the longest lease term along the coast, the only catamaran quay for miles and a prime location, there’s plenty to shout about.
  • Diving Fakarava Atoll: The Mystery of the Groupers

    Posted: 26th June 2017 | Written by: Christelle Holler

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    There is a hidden gem in the remote South Pacific called Fakarava, one of the numerous tiny dots on the map of French Polynesia in the Tuamotu archipelago, northeast of Tahiti. There's a special atmosphere here and a unique and varied ecosystem where sharks share their territory with small tropical fish and every snorkel or dive encounter is different.
  • Superyacht Norway - An Adventure into the Heart of Nature

    Posted: 24th June 2017 | Written by: OnboardOnline

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    Norway is famous for its spellbinding panoramas and natural beauty, named by National Geographic Traveler as the world's most unspoiled destination while the Western Fjords feature prominently in UNESCO's World Heritage List. Even so, chartering a yacht in Norway is not for everyone, but a growing appetite for novelty is attracting the more intrepid traveller to venture north to see what Norway has to offer.
  • Changing Rules to Attract Superyachts to Thailand

    Posted: 22nd May 2017 | Written by: Linda Cartlidge

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    Following extensive lobbying by the superyacht industry the Thai Temporary Charter License has received the Royal Decree. The new Charter License laws permit visiting foreign flagged superyachts ( 30m +) to apply for a one year license allowing them to cruise and operate commercially in Thai waters.
  • My Summer on Elba Island in the Tuscan Archipelago

    Posted: 16th April 2017 | Written by: Jonni Nicole Albetta

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    Elba Island, a refuge within Italy's Tuscan Archipelago, has been a popular destination for yachts and tourists for decades. With its idyllic anchorages, crystal-clear waters and beautiful beaches, Elba has also been likened to the Caribbean but with better food! Last year my family spent the summer holidays in Elba and it made a lasting impression for all the right reasons.
  • The Story Behind the Photo: Costa Rica’s Sea Turtle Arribada

    Posted: 11th April 2017 | Written by: Christelle Holler

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    Three years ago, after a dive trip organized by Superyacht Private Expeditions we decided to take the time to explore Costa Rica a little further. We had had some of our most vibrant underwater encounters in a world which seemed relatively safe from poaching and illegal fishing, and it felt like we were part of the happy few witnessing marine wildlife absolutely untouched by human activity.
  • Asia Pacific: Focus on New Zealand’s Marinas

    Posted: 11th February 2017 | Written by: Linda Cartlidge

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    With the rise in world-class marinas in nearly every region, New Zealand has also been developing their docks and creating larger berths for larger vessels. Auckland in particular is now home to some excellent marinas and anchorages, with the advantage of world-class refit and maintenance facilities nearby. We spoke to two men on the ground, Charlie Dwyer and Duthie Lidgard of Asia Pacific Superyachts, to learn more.
  • Florida: Boating Capital of the USA

    Posted: 21st January 2017 | Written by: Sonya Matejko

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    Is there any state that says 'yachting' more than Florida? More than 900,000 other boat owners agree, and that's what makes it the boating capital of the USA. Whether you like a rugged, rocky beach away from town or being in the middle of a packed, vibrant city- Florida can provide the perfect place to anchor when you're not cruising.
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