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A young woman shares her experience being the only female taking a diesel-engine class.
After visiting the Bahamas by air and by sea, a couple is inspired to cruise there on their own boat.
Cruising World - By Behan Gifford
No matter how much water has passed under the hull, friendships between cruising sailors are special.
Cruising World - By Susan Colby
Charter guests are treated to dramatic scenery and plenty of wildlife on a weeklong cruise with an environmental theme in British Columbia aboard …
Taking a vacation under sail with children? Ensure a good time is had by all by following these tips.
What charter companies are doing to lessen their environmental impact above and below the surface at their base locations.
Cruising World - By Ed Tillet
While permits to anchor in the coastal waters of Georgia may still be required, cruisers won’t be charged for them.
Cruising World - By Jen Brett
Located in the British Virgin Islands and popular among sailors, the BEYC was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Portions of the property should be open …
Cruising World - By Lynda Morris Childress
Sailing between islands with charter guests in Greece during the sunny summer months can work up an appetite—but when the weather's hot, not for …
Cruising World - By Tor Johnson
A pair of cruising sailors explore the many lagoons of Raiatea on a charter in Tahiti.
As life goes on aboard Totem, the crew finds that change is the one true constant.
Author Lynda Morris Childress shares her list of what to do and not to do when chartering that will ensure a relaxed and happy sailing vacation for …
Cruise Annapolis, a Waypoints® Destination, is a boutique charter company in the heart of Annapolis.
British Virgin Islands
The first Privilege University, a three-day program for new and potential owners of Privilege Catamarans, took place in April 2019 in the British …
Cruising World - By Herb McCormick
The first edition of the Caribbean Multihull Challenge in St. Maarten hosted a variety of cats and tris, old and new.
New navigation technology combines video, GPS and AIS data to give sailors a clear view of what lies ahead.
Cruising World - By Birgit Hackl and Christian Feldbauer
An analysis of weather patterns across the South Pacific so sailors know what to expect and how to plan their route.
Cruising World - By Mark Pillsbury
A bluewater cruising couple with big ideas will find a willing accomplice in the new Catana 53.
If sailing the Grenadines is not on your bucket list of places to charter, it should be. There has never been a better time to visit these enchanted …
Summer 2019 news and special offers from the charter and vacation sailing industry.
A pilot project in Rhode Island is exploring ways to turn old fiberglass hulls into useable materials.
Sailing legend holds that the celebrated yacht designer L. Francis Herreshoff commonly referred to fiberglass as “frozen snot,” a rather pejorative …
Cruising World - By Ed Tillett
Georgia is still grappling with the issues being raised by the new anchoring laws.
Increasing criticism and confusion continues over Georgia’s new regulations for boaters who want to spend the night on their vessels. Following a …
Cruising World - By Heather Francis
This no-bake tropical treat is a perfect dessert for when you have an abundance of mangoes.
Nothing evokes the tropics like the sweet, sticky perfume of a ripe mango. It's irresistible–which is why, during the height of mango season, I …
Based in La Rochelle, the French builder Fountaine Pajot has been crafting good-looking, well-designed, dependable cruising catamarans for over four …
The Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 follows a simple, proven recipe: smart construction, solid execution and plenty of nifty features.