Sun, Sea & SOLARIS in the Stunning Greek Islands!

Sun, sea and islands: Greece is blessed with thousands of islands, and the best way to explore them is by chartering a luxury yacht. Your typical luxury yacht charter in Greece will start and finish in Athens, where almost all the boats are based, and cruise around the islands for the week, visiting Mykonos and Santorini among others.

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Set Sail for St. Martin

First sighted by Christopher Columbus in 1493, the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Martin is the smallest landmass in the world to be shared by two independent countries; France and Holland.  This leads to an interesting dual cultural personality where sophistication and a relaxed, easygoing style is woven into the fabric of every day life.  Offering world class restaurants, casual beach bars, legendary and sometimes infamous beaches, live music and a fascinating colonial history, this is the perfect destination for your next charter holiday. 

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5 Reasons to Charter a Caribbean Crewed Catamaran

The Caribbean is the ultimate crewed catamaran destination, offering unrivalled itineraries, sailing conditions, anchorages, scenery and luxury yachts! But just why should you charter a crewed catamaran, over a monohull or motor yacht? We know just what makes the catamaran so special in the Caribbean!

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Super Yacht of the Week: W

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June’s final Super Yacht of the Week is the sensational W, the ultimate 130 Westport with everything you could ever dream of for a memorable summer Bahamas yacht charter. She is the perfect family yacht, given her spacious decks areas, comfortable accommodation and endless water toys list!
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A Little Piece of Paradise at Anjuna Beach!

Summer is in full swing and whether you are chartering a yacht for the full week or for a day charter, Anjuna Beach is a must! Found in the quiet preserved bay of Eze, this charming Bali-esque beach club has a cool and relaxed vibe, offering exsquisite food in beautiful surroundings. 

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Fine Dining and World Class Cuisine at Sapodilla Estate, the Bahamas!

Before heading out on your luxury yacht charter in the Bahamas you might want to arrive in Nassau a day early to enjoy the island and dine at the beautiful Sapodilla Estate.  This beautiful Estate is named after a local fruit tree, which only starts to suggest the thought that goes in to their food!  Sapodilla’s sophisticated island-style and colonial influence is set among lush gardens and has beautiful Bahamian artwork throughout.

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The Original Way to Sail the Seas of Indonesia!

Do you want to be part of Indonesia’s traditional sailing ways? Phinisis are traditional Indonesian sailing ships, which have been sailing the oceans of East Indonesia and beyond, since before the golden era of the spice trade during the 15th to 18th centuries.db1

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Super Yacht of the Week: PHILMI

PHILMIThe Boatbookings Super Yacht of the Week takes inspiration from Italy this week with the astonishing 2014 custom built ISA 43m motor yacht, PHILMI. The 43m GT line was created to match demand for aluminium displacement yachts, which sought to fuse the very best design between the interior and exterior spaces onboard. With her striking blue hull and breathtaking looks, PHILMI is a firm favourite for charter in the South of France for Summer 2015. Continue reading

The Endless Cruising Grounds of the Greek Islands!

The Greek islands have been called “a Mediterranean Polynesia” and for good reason; there are 6 distinct island groups (Cyclades, Ionian, Dodecanese, Sporades, Saronic, North Aegean), offering countless miles of shores that are waiting to be explored on your Greece sailing vacations!

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As someone who was born and raised in Greece and has been sailing since childhood, I have actually never managed to visit all the islands by boat! The only people I know to have cruised around all of the islands are professional captains, but they cannot all make that claim! You can keep returning to the Greek Polynesia for summers in a row and keep finding new cruising grounds: the sunny backdrop, the warm seas and the kind, hospitable nature of the locals will remain the same, but the scenery will change across the islands.

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