A Lifetime Cruise ? Hawaiian Cruise - An Exotic Hawaiian Cruise Trip

Hawaiian Cruises are everyone's dream cruise to the Hawaiian Islands on an exquisite ocean liner. Being pampered from dawn to dusk with exemplary cuisine, entertainment and fun for all that too for a moderate sum on a Hawaiian Cruise is definitely something out of the world. An increasing number of... Read More

River Cruises Can be Such a Rich Experience

Exploring Europe can be such a unique experience with a River Cruise. You just unpack once on this floating hotel and there you go cruising with river cruises over magnificent castles, significant towns and cities, appealing villages and lavish vineyards. It has become increasingly popular nowadays to sail through the... Read More

Family Cruise: Family Get-Together for Fun

Family Cruise: Happy Times you will not forgetA family cruise is a perfect getaway with loads of fun and excitement for everybody. Whenever you have kids bored with the usual stuff amusement parks, theater and all and your spouse needs a change, plan a cruise. You will get addicted to... Read More

Asia Cruises: A Journey in the Exotic World

Asia Cruises: Lasting Impressions of Culture and TraditionAn Asia cruise is a voyage of discovery, an experience of cultural extravaganza of Asian civilizations. Asia is biggest continent with the lengthiest coastline and the highest mountains of the world, the Himalayas. To explore the true majesty of its magnificent past, to... Read More

Sailing Hints & Tips

I spend almost all my summers sailing around the Greek islands. With this small article I would like to share some sailing hints with you that will help you enjoy the most out of your sailing holidays.? When moored or anchored, use your sun tent and stay under it most... Read More

Monaco Yachts

Sea and rich people: where else to find a better combination than in Monaco! A real Monaco yachts parade can be admired throughout the year in the Hercule Port, beside the local yearly yachting events. From imposing, big-sized ones to neat, small, jewel yachts. If you are a yachting amateur... Read More

School for Sails, by Capt. Cary Hanna

Gorgeous, acrobatic, and lit-up, Sailfish rank as the # 1 sporty catch of south Florida. But there is a lot involved in the catch and release of these sought after game fish, after all their not the best table fare. How much vacuum packed smoked Sailfish can you eat? So... Read More

Carribean Cruise

Caribbean Cruises are among the most demanded cruise vacations in the world; with almost two million plus travelers sailing on different liners every year. Warm tropical climates sprinkled with great beaches, exotic foods and excellent tourist spots in a chain of fine islands is a hot tourist destination in the... Read More

Carnival Cruise - A Perfect Holiday - Rock and Rolling with Carnival Cruise

If you want to have fun for one low price, all you need is a Carnival cruise. A Carnival cruise is a perfect way to pamper yourself. You don't have to worry about paying extra for meals, entertainment and a range of activities. You just unpack once on the cruise... Read More

The Alaska Cruise- A Living Memory

The Alaska cruise is a major attraction drawing vacationers with its majestic scenery, gleaming glaciers, exotic wildlife, and Native American culture. Ships are normally on a seven-day excursion package to Alaska and they stop at four ports on their passage, visiting Hubbard Glacier or Glacier Bay National Park. You may... Read More

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Scuttlebutt Sailing News

Before there was Key West Race Week
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Before Yachting Magazine founded Key West Race Week in 1987, there is an early history of sailboat racing at the southernmost tip of the continental United States. Report by Jud Brooks reprinted from the March 1954 issue of Motor Boating Cruising and ...

My Sailing

Storms and South East Asia feature in the March Cruising Helmsman
My Sailing
We get all dark and stormy in the March Cruising Helmsman, with a feature front cover from Andrea Francolini. We learn how to rig a riding sail to steady your boat when at anchor in a blow. One author discusses how he and his partner always set out a ...

Scuttlebutt Sailing News

Skip Novak presented with Cruising Club of America's Blue Water Medal
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
The award was established in 1923 by the Club's Governing Board to recognize examples of meritorious seamanship and adventure upon the sea by sailors of all nationalities. Skip was born in Chicago in 1952 and started sailing at an early age. He has ...

Scuttlebutt Sailing News

STIR: TAG Heuer watches and Cruzan Rum
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Finally, St. Thomas' Kevin Gregory won the Non-Rated Cruising Class aboard his Beneteau First 44.7, Odyssey. “I raced this regatta in 2009 and then stopped sailing competitively. The addition of a cruising class, and the great time we had this weekend ...

Top European cruises for everyone in the family
Fox News
IF YOU ARE A HONEYMOONER or just cruising with your honey, consider Windstar yachts. There are no more than 300 people on board and some ships have less than 150. With two new yachts joining the fleet this summer, Windstar is sailing more ...

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My Sailing

New junior series at Sail Port Stephens; entries close Thursday
My Sailing
The week-long Sail Port Stephens regatta takes in the Commodores Cup Cruising events, April 13-15, followed by a day's rest for the keelboats, which is also the second day of the Junior Off-the-beach One Sail series. Stage two opens with the Port ...

New York Times

Cruising for All Tastes
New York Times
The Australian-based company Unlock the Past offers a series of history and genealogy itineraries, including a 14-night Baltic sailing in July with Celebrity Cruises. During its five days at sea, Unlock the Past offers 52 sessions with genealogists ...

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More than two dozen new cruise ships are on order
“The introduction of Viking Star … will represent a distinct change in ocean cruising — an alternative to the mega-liners dominating the world's ports,” Hagen said last year. “It is our view ... Some ships will sail out of new homeports and call at ...
Invasion of the Viking Fleet!TravelPulse
Viking Sets to Sail to OceanMarineLink

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On The Wight

Are you going to 'Sail the Wight' this summer?
On The Wight
“While I anticipate a great day on the water, whether racing or cruising in company, the main objective of “Sail the Wight” is to raise as much money as possible for the Charity, through entry fees and by individual boats and crews obtaining sponsorship.”.

Scuttlebutt Sailing News

STIR: Round the buoys, Round the rocks
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (March 28, 2015) – Round-the-buoy and round-the-rock courses tested the talents of seasoned sailors and weekend warriors alike on the second day of racing in the 42nd St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR), presented by ...
Regatta's Final Day Sees Intense Racing, Close FinishesSaint Croix Source
42nd St. Thomas International Regatta - Something for everyoneSail World

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Antarctica is one of the great unexplored areas of the... Read More

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Have you ever thought what it would be like to... Read More