• Crew Workout: Legs and Butts

    Posted: 6th April 2015 | Written by: Mark Healy

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    Since the 'Belfie' seems to be taking over social media these days, this month offers a 'butt developing' exercise in readiness for your contribution.
  • More Men Should do Pilates!

    Posted: 3rd March 2015 | Written by: Marika Gruber

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    First of all, I am a woman, but I think I can say without hesitating that most men love sports, which require strength, flexibility, stability and balance - so why aren’t more men doing Pilates?
  • Deliciously Ella and the Food Revolution

    Posted: 18th February 2015 | Written by: Karen Hockney

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    Ella Woodward, a Londoner who was left bedbound four years ago after contracting Postural Tachycardia Syndrome - a disorder of the nervous system - cured herself through changing her diet and giving up gluten, refined sugar, meat and dairy. Having experienced the virtually overnight success of her new regime, she decided to share her story and recipes through her blog, which led to the cookbook.
  • Crew Workout: Exercises for Core Strength

    Posted: 21st January 2015 | Written by: Mark Healy

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    Instead of bombarding you all with yet another fitness article in January, we've decided to target those of you who are still serious about their exercise and begin a month later. This month Mark Healy Dina Balint share three exercises to improve core strength.
  • How to Avoid Seasickness

    Posted: 14th January 2015 | Written by: Alison Clements

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    Restlessness, cold sweats, stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting….there’s no mistaking seasickness. Once it has set in when you’re out on a boat, you can’t do much to overcome the misery and discomfort of it. Yet for recreational sailors and yachting professionals, ‘getting one’s sea legs’ is a vital part of adapting to life at sea.
  • New Year, New Food?

    Posted: 2nd January 2015 | Written by: Karen Hockney

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    For most of us, good nutrition means eating a balance of fresh, seasonal produce, trying not to snack between meals and limiting junk food, sugar and alcohol intake to a minimum. Throw in a dash of exercise (medical guidelines recommend 30 minutes a day, five times a week) and you should be guaranteed good health into your eighties, right?
  • Yachting & Healthy Living: Can they Co-exist?

    Posted: 16th June 2014 | Written by: Angela Orecchio

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    Does your boat have a snack cupboard that would make make Willie Wonka jealous? Are you eating crew dinner and then the boss' leftovers? Are you going out every night possible and not getting enough sleep?
  • Overcoming Temptation Onboard

    Posted: 6th June 2014 | Written by: Angela Orecchio

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    You're feeling exhausted and the guests haven't even arrived yet, and the season has only just begun. This hectic schedule may be unavoidable in the busy world of yachting, but how you look after yourself within this scenario is completely up to you.
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