Posted: 16th August 2013 | Written by: Camper & Nicholsons
Alive with an eclectic mix of colour, culture and charm, the clear, warm waters of the Eastern Mediterranean wash over a mosaic of islands and nations, the perfect cruising grounds for the end of summer.
Posted: 21st May 2013 | Written by: Tristan Rutherford
The vision of a pure white sail atop a yacht will stir the heart of any sailor. But what about the sight of several square kilometres of sail, urging a multi-million dollar vessel forward at speeds of up to 20 knots? Well, that’s another league altogether. Guests who prefer to sail swiftly and silently through the lesser-seen Mediterranean follow in the footsteps of many a celebrated yachtsman.
Posted: 17th May 2013 | Written by: Bob Hathaway
It is early evening on Tuesday 10 October 1780. The two-masted trading schooner “Ocean Star” is anchored under Pigeon Island, Saint Lucia, enjoying a balmy tropical autumn evening. The skies are clear. The winds are calm. And schools of jacks and snappers are throwing up phosphorescence around the ship.