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Sailing in the Greek islands is for sure a perfect choice for a fantastic time during summer vacations, a time of your life that you will hark back to. The irresistible blue of the Aegean Sea is enough to persuade any possible sailor. Considering the protected bays, the peaceful waters and the ideal weather conditions you will not hesitate to charter a boat and discover the unique beauty of the Greek islands.

Published on the 15 Oct 2014 at 14:41

Auckland, New Zealand is the largest Polynesian city in the world, a vibrant city that curves its way around the shores of the Hauraki Gulf. Known as the 'city of sails' because of the masses of yachts that grace its waters; their white sails catching the wind can be seen everywhere from sailing under the Harbour Bridge to heading across the bay to one of the many enchanting islands.

Published on the 13 Oct 2014 at 06:41

Galley provisioning needs a lot of thought if you are going blue water sailing, or on an extended coastal cruise, a lot of pre-planning needs to go into your time at sea. Start 2 or 3 months ahead and write everything that you eat and drink down in a binder. Separate the binder into what you will need including: Food Provisions!

Published on the 07 Oct 2014 at 14:54

Is this your first time aboard a yacht? Would you like to know what to expect! It's like stepping into an alien environment filled with equipment not encountered on dry land! So if you are to enjoy the cruising yacht a few fundamental guidelines should be known and observed.

Published on the 18 Sep 2014 at 10:23

Sailing women, on the whole want to look good... the sun and the sea can be very ageing and we need to adjust with no ready access to beauty salons, skin care products, and hairdresser. We might spend a lot of our time on a voyage with salt encrusted skin and hair. But do we really want to be grottie yachties? Our aim like on land is enjoying what we love and keeping up appearances while sailing.

Published on the 26 Aug 2014 at 11:33

Traveling the coastlines of the world is an awe-inspiring experience, and it is almost impossible to choose from the limitless exclusive escapes the world has to offer. Read on to find out what the four most popular destinations are!

Published on the 20 Jun 2014 at 05:50

Paradise one day and sheer hell the next like a freight train Tropical Cyclone Ului with a deafening roar and horrific winds made landfall in the tropical islands of the Whitsundays in far north Queensland Australia. My yacht was right in the path of this extreme storm! What can you do? My experience!

Published on the 22 Apr 2014 at 11:23

One of the most common causes of vessel hull failure is from the pounding of the ship onto the waves below in high seas. The length of the boat, vessel or ship matters a lot with regards to the speed and period between waves. In high chaotic seas it can be a real problem and when a ship slams its entire hull onto a wave below after cresting off the last, often the force can exceed the total displacement weight of the vessel itself onto a very small area, that's when catastrophe strikes.

Published on the 17 Apr 2014 at 06:52

You may not know it, but you can travel the Seven Seas at the helm of your own chartered yacht. Even if you've never sailed a boat yourself, the requirements are not that complex. Plus, your charter agency will provide the training, equipment, and know-how you'll need to sail your craft easily, safely, and directly to your desired destination -- whether a tropical isle or another country. Adventure awaits, so why not climb aboard today!

Published on the 01 Apr 2014 at 09:57

There may not be any better place than Florida's water for boating. You can a have a plethora of options to buy the boat of your choice by winning at an online auction.

Published on the 25 Mar 2014 at 08:48

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