Tag: Mediterranean Sea
Central Adriatic is regarded by many to be one of the most interesting sailing destinations in the world. Visiting all of its beauties in one go could be a bit challenging, but our skipper has prepared a route will enable you to visit this magical region.
Coboat is a catamaran that sails the world and functions as an innovative workspace. It sets off in November form Southeast Asia and will house digital nomads, experts an professionals who are fed up with the conventional way of working and are willing to help each other in their projects. Likewise, the boat leaves zero carbon footprint. The main purpose of Coboat is building a better and cleaner world.
Antibes is a beautiful French town that lies on the French Riviera. The town in famous for its marina at Port Vauban, which houses numerous luxurious yachts, and is an attraction in itself. Like the rest of the Côte d’Azur, Antibes has always attracted the world’s jet set. Choose this town as a starting base for your sailing journey and walk the steps of Pablo Picasso and other prominent people!
France is an excellent tourist destination with plenty of places worth visiting, especially for sailors. One of the most dynamic and most beautiful parts of its coast is the Côte d’Azur in the eastern part of the French Mediterranean. Also known as the French Riviera, this area is adorned with beautiful towns and charming sailing destinations.
Rolex Middle Sea Race is a major Mediterranean sailing event. This sailing race was founded in 1968 by Paul and John Ripard and Jimmy White, all members of the Royal Malta Yacht Club. The best observation about this race came from Ted Turner.
The top five sailing destinations in Europe are: Croatia, Greece, Italy, Turkey and Spain. All of the destinations offer many interesting places, historical sights and beautiful beaches. Whichever destination you choose, we are sure you will have a great time.
Balearic Islands are a perfect sailing destination because they can offer you stunning landscapes, vibrant life in harbours, delicious local cuisine, clear waters and sandy beaches. Balearic Islands consist of Mallorca, Menorca, Cabrera, Ibiza and Formentera. There are also a lot of minor islands and islets.
One of our Facebook friends had an interesting question: he was wondering if someone could help him plan the best sailing route for a Mediterranean cruise with six of his friends. They are looking for good food, adventure and wonderful places to explore on a 6 year old Bavaria 46. Our skipper suggested an interesting sailing route. We bring you his answer.
Dodecanese Islands got a name after a Greek word for twelve – they consist of 12 main islands surrounded by some 150 uninhabited and small ones. The archipelago is situated in SE end of Aegean Sea, closer to the shores of Turkey than to Greek mainland.