Monthly Archives: July 2012
Catamaran Cuan Law
Why should you consider chartering a catamaran over a motor or sailing yacht? Catamarans are quite popular in the BVI, and with good reason. Some of the benefits include:
- Decreased Seasickness: Since catamarans have two hulls, they are less likely to roll, and the movement of the waves doesn’t as easily transfer to the living areas of the yacht.
- Stunning View: With the deck at the top on a catamaran, guests are afforded a 360-degree panoramic view. And in the BVI, that’s a gorgeous backdrop for your life!
- Privacy: Because the cabins are in separate hulls, you will have greater privacy. In addition, the salon and lounging area are above and separate from the cabins.
Additionally, catamarans allow for shallow water cruising, faster cruising speeds, and increased safety when compared with other yacht types,
So whether you’re interested in the roomy 105′ Cuan Law, the stylish 76′ Akasha, or some other luxury catamaran, we can help!
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You’ve heard of a yacht charter, but wonder if it wouldn’t be more fun to go on a cruise ship, which has swimming pools, dining halls, and even shopping malls on board. Consider this:
On a cruise ship, you may be near plenty of activities, but you are also never far from lines of people.
On a yacht charter, it is only you and your guests and whatever activity you want to explore.
- Sailing: Will the captain of a cruise ship allow you to drive the ship? Will he teach you how? On a yacht, you can do everything from helping to adjust the sails to taking the helm!
- Water Activities: Cruise ships do offer some great water fun in an over-crowded, swimming pool setting. On a yacht charter, you can get out in the ocean, learn to dive, go snorkeling, waterski, kneeboard, kayak, or anything else that you feel like trying.
- Beaches: Lying out on a deck does not compare to sailing to a secluded beach and swimming ashore. Find your own beach or join the party on one of the popular beaches in the BVI.
- On Land: You don’t spend all day on a boat, unless you choose to do so. Make your own schedule, and go on land for hiking, shopping, the nightlife, or an afternoon at the spa.
A Mediterranean yacht charter will allow you a variety of choices to sail with a multitude of sites to see, but the sea itself is one of the greatest attractions the area has to offer. Actually part of the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, which translates to “middle earth” or “inland,” is a sparkling
blue color with an unmatched clarity. Sailing charters include destinations such as Cannes, Ibiza, France, Spain, Italy, Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily and Croatia.
Consider any one of these charter itineraries, or contact us to make your own:
- France: Sail along the coastline of the French Riviera, visiting 80 miles of beaches and visiting tiny villages and luxurious resort towns alike.
- The Balearic Islands: Gothic castles, lively harbors, and sandy beaches.
- Corsica and Sardinia: Steep rugged mountains, stunning clear waters, luxury and style; all without the crowded taverns and wild nightlife.
- Italy : The Amalfi Coast with secluded natural beauty, old fashioned charm of the Italian Riviera, and the spectacular views from the island of Sardinia.
- Monaco : A small country with a lot to offer in the way of entertain, such as with the magnificent casino or the Monaco Grand Prix.
- Croatia : Steeped in history, the coastline consists of Istria, Kvarner, and Dalmatia.
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A yacht charter to St. Vincent and Grenadines allows you the opportunity to explore as many of the 600 or so islands as you choose, along with relaxing on a luxurious yacht amid the turquoise waters, walk on the stunning sand beaches, or snorkel through the pretty coral reefs.
The lush, natural islands are filled with tropical adventures, including the Owia Salt Pond, the La Soufriere volcano, the turtles at Tobago Cays, and the Trinity Falls or Dark View Falls. The wildlife on the island is an attraction all its own, from the whales and dolphins in the deep waters to the array of local bird species, such as hummingbirds, warblers, and the St. Vincent Parrot as well as migratory birds who vacation here as well.
A Caribbean yacht charter to St. Vincent and the Grenadines will provide you a perfect backdrop for a relaxing, refreshing vacation.