Alaska - Ketchikan
The historic town of Alcudia is situated to the north east of Mallorca - about 62kms from Palma - and nestles in the southern part of the Bay of Pollenca, behind mountainous headlands.
Anguilla rates as one of the best kept secrets of the Caribbean, frequented by few, yet lovingly enjoyed by those that do. It is an island where nature still holds onto its treasures...
Annapolis is a historic seaport and extremely attractive university and naval academy city. It is the capital of Maryland and it is often referred to as America’s sailing capital.
Antibes and Golfe Juan, set respectively just West and East of the Cap d'Antibes peninsula, each have their own distinctive character; both are attractive destinations for Superyachts.
When Lord Nelson first sailed into English Harbour on HMS Boreas in 1784, he could never have imagined the sight of 200 or more professionally crewed yachts arriving for the start of each winter se
Bordering the fringes of the world’s largest land mass continent, ‘where East meets West’, yachts can enjoy a variety of nostalgic yachting destinations, echoing the bygone era of the British Empir
Throughout its history, Atlantic City, formerly known as Absecon, has always been a vibrant summer retreat and waterfront ‘resort destination.’ The Lenni-Lenape Indians first used to ‘
Listed in this chapter are some well recommended marinas in both Cairns and Brisbane, as well as key yacht service companies, who have proven to be excellent contacts for yachts cruising the east c
Extending southeast from the east coast of Florida, lies a scattering of islands amidst an ocean of brilliant colours, with turquoise seas and white sandy beaches.