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Best Beaches in Tahiti to Visit

Best Beaches in Tahiti to Visit Few things can conjure up a vision of grass-skirted dancers, lush tropical vegetation, vanilla-scented sea breezes and breathtaking stretches of sugar-sand beaches like the word “Tahiti”. If Tahiti is not already on your travel bucket list, it’s high time to add it. Spectacular beaches await with

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Sailing Balearic Islands. Palma de Mallorka.

Unlike in other sailing cruises, here, at Mallorca you will see that you do not have to travel to the far end of the world to enjoy stunning landscapes and immerse yourself in vibrant culture and history. A mere 55 minute flight away from Barcelona, or 1 hr and 20

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British Virgin Islands (BVI) – the Sailing Experience

With calm ocean waters, steady winds, well sheltered and picturesque bays and glorious views, complimented with pirate-themed bars and full-moon parties no wonder British Virgin Islands, or BVI for short, have become one of the major sailing hubs of the Caribbean.    It is a great destination for many charter

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Explore The Alternative To Big Ship Cruising

Want to take a cruise? Take a sailboat adventure instead Take a sailing vacation where you will make new friends, discover new places, indulge in locally-sourced meals while feeling catered to without the pressure of knowing how to sail yourself.    A luxury sailing vacation doesn’t need to be restricted


Antigua and Barbuda Sailing Adventure

Dates: 02/08/2020 – 02/15/2020. Price: USD 1850. Antigua, located in the heart of the Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean, is a dynamic island moved the music of steel and drums. Benna, Calypso and Reggae are just a few of music styles native to Antigua and Barbuda. We will sail

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Guadeloupe, the French Gem of the Caribbean

You can easily find Guadeloupe on the map of the Caribbean – it resembles an exotic butterfly just between Antigua and Dominica. It has spread its wings, its 2 largest islands Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre. A 4 mile narrow channel the Riviere Salee connects the Caribbean and the Atlantic forms the

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