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About Alcudia

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.

About Amalfi

This stunning coastal area south of Naples between Capri, Sorrento and Salerno is one of Italy’s most memorable destinations, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites for its undisputed beauty and the uniqueness of its natural landscape, dotted with secluded coves and clear blue water….

About Anguilla

Anguilla rates as one of the best kept secrets of the Caribbean, frequented by few, yet lovingly enjoyed by those that do.

About Antigua

When Lord Nelson first sailed into English Harbour in 1784 on HMS Boreas, he could never have imagined how the view would transform centuries later with 200+ professionally crewed yachts arriving annually at the start of winter season!

About Aruba, Bonaire & Curaçao

The ABC islands consist of Aruba, Bonaire & Curacao, and are all located in the Southern Caribbean off the coast of Venezuela.

About Barbados

Despite its relatively small geographical size (of only 21 x 11 miles at its widest part), Barbados offers a myriad of top class facilities for superyachts, their owners and guests.

About Barbuda

Please continue to support Antigua’s beautiful sister island, Barbuda, including this little gem on the yacht’s charter or crew itinerary, as it is one of the last truly undiscovered treasures of the Eastern Caribbean!

About Barcelona

The port of Barcelona has a far-reaching maritime history.

About Bequia

Of all the islands throughout the Caribbean, Bequia holds a place in the heart of many visitors, as their favourite...

About Bermuda

Strategically positioned on the fulcrum of the North Atlantic East and South-bound cruising routes between North America, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean, the sheltered deep-water harbors of Bermuda have provided a safe-haven and convenient stop over for vessels on passage in the North Atlantic for hundreds of years.

About Canouan

Centrally located in the Grenadines archipelago, Canouan is a gorgeous island whose name (derived from the Arawak word ‘cannoun’) means ‘turtle island’.

About Carriacou

Carriacou is an island steeped in history and tradition.

About Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Crown Colony Territory and major world offshore financial centre which can be conveniently bridged and visited on cruising itineraries between Honduras / Belize (about 500 miles to the west), Cuba (about 200 miles to the north) and Jamaica (about 180 miles to the southeast).

About Cogolin

Four kilometres from the village of Cogolin, lies the anchorage of Marines de Cogolin (with 1500 moorings) and the shipyard of Monaco Marine.

About Corsica

Corsica has retained a separate identity from France with the original language of Corsu resembling Italian more than French.