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Posted: 26th June 2017 | Written by: Christelle Holler
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.
Posted: 24th June 2017 | Written by: OnboardOnline
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.
So you’ve planned your trip and you know which ports you’re going to visit. Now you need to book a berth for your yacht, find local services or suppliers, and get the low down on the best restaurants and local attractions. Instead of trawling through books and websites trying to find the local information you need, we have a better solution. We’ve taken the sweat out of it and done the work for you. Introducing our port and marina directory.
At the top of the page, you’ll see two drop down menus: one to select the country you plan to visit and another (optional drop down) to select the city. If you have more knowledge of the local area, you can also refine your search by entering keywords or a port name.
Once you’ve narrowed things down, click ‘Search’ and we’ll come straight back to you with a list of all the ports and marinas located in the area you’ve specified.
If you want to know more about a particular port or marina, simply click the orange ‘Enter port’ button and you will be directed to that port’s full listing, where you’ll find detailed information including:
- Full address
- Contact telephone number
- Emergency telephone numbers
- The port’s own website
- VHF channel(s)
- Maximum length, draft and beam
- Latitude and longitude coordinates
- Port plan
- Google map
For each port or marina, you will also find detailed information on the following:
- Port services (berth rates and bookings, facilities, bunkering, port regulations,
- Berths for sale
- Shoreside – a local directory of businesses in and around the port
- Local reviews and promotions
- Useful maritime and leisure apps
Using our port and marina directory couldn’t be easier, it’s a great resource and we hope it helps to make your upcoming trip run smoothly.