Posted: 21st August 2016 | Written by: Darin Graham
Every corner of the beautiful Italian island of Sardinia has something to offer, from clear waters and white beaches to rustic cuisine and a culture of longstanding traditions. For anyone who has not yet experienced it, visiting Sardinia is love at first sight. Here's an introduction to some of the best beaches, restaurants and sights not to be missed.
Posted: 15th August 2016 | Written by: Rebecca Whitlocke
The Italian Riviera, the coastal strip of north-western Italy that greets yachts as they cruise east of the French border is a region of contrasts and a classic introduction to Italy. Here, you can uncover some hidden gems that still retain character - wildflowers on old mule tracks in National Parks, orange trees and vine-carpeted hillsides with osterias and check tablecloths, villages built in spirals and festivals celebrating Italy’s pride in its heritage.
Posted: 13th July 2016 | Written by: Jeanette Tobin
New Zealand ticks all the boxes for superyacht owners considering new cruising grounds to explore or to satisfy the growing number of charter clients looking for culture and adventure. Here are five good reasons to make New Zealand your superyacht base for the next few years...
Posted: 10th July 2016 | Written by: Jeni Bone
Despite recent media reports about the ‘death’ of large swathes of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, experts say the recent major coral bleaching event was restricted to one section of the Reef. The majority of the coral has survived with three quarters in good health and flourishing.
Posted: 6th November 2015 | Written by: Isla MacKechnie
The world’s largest catamaran fits perfectly at a Queensland marina, which has been dredged and upgraded to provide superyacht facilities in the heart of the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef. The 44m catamaran, with 16.6m beam has been easily accommodated within Airlie Beach’s Abell Point Marina, which sits in the centre of the Seventh Natural Wonder of the World.
Posted: 30th September 2015 | Written by: Onboard Online
With thousands of miles of stunning coastline to discover, we have done the hard work for you and put together a 9 day itinerary to give you a taste of this beautiful, untouched land.
Posted: 28th September 2015 | Written by: DDEC Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is one of the Caribbean’s fastest growing yachting and tourism destinations, home to four yacht marinas, each offering a unique experience. Tourism in Puerto Rico is booming, and this year the island was voted 'Best Caribbean Island' and 'Best US Island' in USA Today’s Readers’ Choice Awards.
Posted: 2nd September 2015 | Written by: Kim Brown/ Sailing Britican
Before we sold up and started sailing around the world (err, only the Mediterranean thus far) I was totally hooked on Greece. From my past experiences, Greece had it all – the islands, fabulous food, great anchorages, amazing views, a variety of villages, history and more.
Posted: 13th August 2015 | Written by: Daniel Shea
Central America has yet to develop as a serious yachting destination and it’s hard to understand why. It offers an incredible array of tropical seascapes and a unique variety of activities, cultural flair and some of the best sport fishing the world has to offer.
Posted: 7th August 2015 | Written by: Isla MacKechnie
To promote the South Pacific as a cruising destintion, a cross-national alliance of Australia, Fiji, Tahiti and New Zealand have launched a website to showcase all that the region has to offer, making it easier for visiting superyachts to plan ahead.