Eight Days Cruising the BVI with Dream Yacht Charters

In November our friends and professional baby boomer travel bloggers, the Gypsy Nesters, began an eight day jaunt across the British Virgin Islands and St. Martin aboard the sailing catamaran, Dream Canouan on our BVI Dream Premium cabin charter. The Gypsy Nesters sold their house after their last child left home and began an

READ MORE...

Veteran Solo Sailor Wins the Golden Globe Race

The British sailing magazine Yachting Monthly reports this morning on the winner of the Golden Globe around the world race in an article by Katie Strickland.  Veteran solo skipper Jean-Luc Van Den Heede has won the Golden Globe Race, crossing the finish line aboard his Rustler 36, Matmut this morning at Les Sables

READ MORE...

Coast Guard Back in Business: Will Get Paid!

The US Naval Institute New brings us this update on where the Coast Guard and civilian contractors stand after the 35-day government closure.    Financial compensation is coming soon to the U.S. Coast Guard active duty and civilian personnel who for weeks either worked without pay or were furloughed during

READ MORE...

New Beneteau First Yacht 53 To Launch in 2019

Beneteau recently announced the creation of an all-new 53-footer that will be the flagship of the completely re-imagined First line of performance cruisers. The First brand has long been popular worldwide because the designs –36.7, 40.7, 47.7 among them—can be raced in one design fleets, can compete successfully in rated

READ MORE...

Beneteau 30.1

FROM INLAND WATERWAYS TO HIGH SEAS With an overall size of under 9x3 metres and a light displacement of less than 4 tonnes, the Oceanis can be trailed by road by a professional, without having to deal with an extra-wide load. If you prefer to go to your sailing grounds

READ MORE...