The great debate over which is better – one or two hulls – is one that many sailors enjoy having on deck while sipping something cold. While there are advantages and disadvantages to both, it usually just comes down to personal taste, intended use of the sailing boat and your sailing destination. If you are thinking of chartering a sailing boat this summer, then here is the lowdown in terms of space, performance, maneuverability and price. First up is aesthetics. Monohulls are more beautiful and elegant than Catamarans, it’s just a fact. So if that is a deciding factor for you, go for the monohull every time. Space and LayoutOne of the first things that catamaran fans will talk about is the extra space that they afford. Usually there is more interior space, with the typical charter having four cabins and a large common area. The layout of a catamaran allows more privacy and if you have children aboard, there is greater separation from the main living space and the cabins, making it easier for smaller children to nap and go to bed at a decent hour. Outdoor space is enough to entertain a large gathering which makes a catamaran…

10 Health Benefits of Sailing

Friday, 16 March 2018 11:47
Sailing can be a great activity for your health and fitness. Not only are you controlling a large vessel, but you’re also adjusting constantly to Mother Nature’s elements, which can be a strong force that challenges your mental and physical fitness. Here are the top 10 health benefits of sailing: Muscle strength and endurance: The many activities involved in sailing, like pulling and hoisting of sails to maneuver a boat or a yacht, adds to your muscle strength for your shoulders and back. Cardiovascular fitness: Sailing can also improve your cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of hypertension, obesity and other heart illness. This is because of the large amount of oxygen uptake that happens when you engage in intense activities. Mental wellness: Being out on the water puts you in a good mood not just because of the calmness of the water but because of the salty air. The saltiness of the sea air is composed of charged ions that aid in the body’s oxygen absorption, which in turn balances serotonin levels. The more balanced your body’s serotonin levels are, the happier you’re going to be. Lowers stress levels: The swooshing and splashing of water, the rhythmic movement of…

Sailing in Corfu, a lifetime experience

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 11:02
Renting a yacht in Corfu could be a lifetime experience for enjoying the charming blue of the waters and this extraordinary remarkable coastline and small islands. Through amazing itineraries for monohull, catamaran bareboat, skippered and crewed yacht charters, you will explore hidden coves, remote islands, untouched beaches and a rich diversity of marine life. Corfu offers wonderful sailing zones for all level of sailing skills. A bareboat, skippered yacht or a motor yacht will give you access to remote islands and rocks all over its waters or other coastal places that are not accessible by land. Sailing in Corfu is not only travelling to destination, enjoyment in voyage itself. This island is defined by rugged mountains and a resort-studded shoreline. Its rich multi-cultural heritage, its historic monuments, its stunning natural landscape, its crystal clear seas, and its excellent weather all year round explain why Corfu is one of the most cosmopolitan Mediterranean destinations weaving a powerful spell on its visitors. Just send us your request and we will offer you a range of charter yachts, including sailing yachts, catamarans, motor yachts and motor sailers.

Discover beautiful Greek islands

Thursday, 08 March 2018 12:51
Greece has 6.000 islands in total, scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Seas, of which only 227 are inhabited. They take up 7,500 km of the country’s total 16,000 km coastline. Spreading in two main seas, the Aegean and the Ionian Sea, the Greek islands are divided into smaller groups. The most popular island group in Greece is certainly the Cyclades islands: Mykonos island, Paros, Santorini island, Naxos and Ios are famous islands all over the world, while the rest of Cyclades keep lower profile in tourism development. The Cycladic architecture is world famous and the culture of the population is very rich. The islands of Dodecanese and Ionian are also very popular. Travel to Corfu island, Rhodes island, Zakynthos, Kos and Kefalonia also get very popular, while Karpathos, Lefkada, Thassos and Skiathos are islands that are becoming more and more famous every year. The good thing is that despite tourist development, the Greek islands do not lose their original character and provide wonderful atmosphere for true relaxation. Have in mind that many times, an island and its main village has the same name. Also in Cyclades islands, most capital towns are called Chora.

Booking a Skippered yacht

Tuesday, 06 March 2018 11:54
Skippered yacht charters are designed to assist those with little or no sailing experience to sail without the responsibility of being in charge. We will provide a skipper to sail and be responsible for your yacht, with you assisting and learning from them. Our skippers & crew are experienced sailors who are familiar with the area, knowing the safest harbours, the prettiest bays, the most inviting tavernas and the liveliest bars and will readily adapt the route to suit the style of holiday you would like and the places you might wish to visit. The option of a Skippered Charter is also often used by experienced yachtsmen wishing to explore a new sailing groundsailing ground by taking full advantage of the skipper’s local knowledge, both maritime or historical and his familiarity with local tavernas and bars will certainly be to your advantage!
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