Uncommon Passages

A cruise down the Atlantic coast of Europe reveals an abundance of unique harbors  (published January 2014)   [caption id="attachment_5794" align="alignleft" width="346"] Ile Houat[/caption] Over the centuries, north European sailors heading to the Mediterranean and points south have faced the hardest challenge of their voyage on the first leg: getting

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Sardinia

39°14’47” N, 09°03’27” E  Not just for megayachts   (published August 2012) While much of Sardinia is rural and undeveloped, the northeast coast has become an aquamarine playground for the rich and famous and their floating palaces. Persian Prince Aga Khan “discovered” these magnificent cruising grounds in the 1960s and

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