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25.10.2019
BlaBlaYachting: How the Internet is changing the rules of the yacht charter game

The ability to rent a yacht not from a charter company, but from other yacht owners directly, as well as the ability to rent out your yacht at a convenient schedule for yourself, until recently seemed fantastic. There were too many “buts” and “ifs”: customer search, payment security, insurance availability, etc. But in 2013, the online platform Click & Boat appeared, and for several years on [...]

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25.09.2019
10 beautiful bays and bays in Mediterranean for an unforgettable sailing trip

You don't have to go to the Caribbean or Polynesia. There are many great yachting destinations throughout Mediterranean. Some of these places are only accessible by boat, so they remain largely untouched. Having found them, you will enjoy unforgettable views in silence and complete idyll, which is interrupted only by the cries of seagulls and the sound of rumbling waves.

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24.09.2019
Along the icy edge of Greenland aboard the 90ft classic superyacht Acadia

Introductory remarks from the Interparus editors We are united here by a common passion, a passion for sailing and learning about the world. The World Ocean is the second home of the yachtsman, and today this house is very strongly affected by the consequences of human activity. Along with global warming, ocean acidification is another result of human intervention in the planet's ecosystem. According to scientists, the current rate of acidity [...]

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19.09.2019
Yachting in the North Atlantic Islands

Going ashore in an unfamiliar place is always a pleasure, the more spicy the more time you have planned and prepared for it. It is always a meeting of reality and the picture you have created in your head. Will reality match it? Over the course of a decade of sea voyages, my wife Mia and I have been fortunate enough to experience this feeling many times on the islands and in [...]

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07.08.2019
Monohull vs catamaran: how to choose a charter boat?

Monohull is the most common type of boat that you can charter. This is a sailing yachting classic. The most important characteristic of these boats is their stability. A single hull sailing yacht cannot be capsized. This makes her safe at sea. Stability is provided by the keel and ballast, and this information is very important for beginners who are worried about this, because they do not know how everything works.

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24.07.2019
Everything you need to know about a charter around Corsica + food and wine

Corsica is one of the most popular islands in the Mediterranean, located between the south of France, Sardinia, and the west coast of Italy. If you love France but want to escape the hustle and bustle of the French Riviera, then Corsica is the perfect opposite of the glamorous coastline. But this gem of the Mediterranean is more than just a place for nature lovers!

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08.07.2019
How does it feel to relax like a billionaire aboard the 288ft sailing superyacht Maltese Falcon?

The three-masted sailing superyacht Maltese Falcon has been one of the most recognizable superyachts in the world since launching in 2006. Since then, she has hosted royalty, celebrities, top businessmen and many awards every year.

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01.07.2019
How to cross the Bay of Biscay on a sailing yacht

As is often the case in maritime folklore, the reputation of the Bay of Biscay was affected by the things that actually happened there. Ships with rectangular sails, unable to sail upwind, were captured by the prevailing westerly winds and washed ashore - unable to get out of this trap ...

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25.06.2019
How to plan yacht charter routes

The pleasure of a sailing trip depends a lot on how you plan your itinerary, so let's take a look at all the factors that should be considered when choosing a sailing route. Rest assured, you will be rewarded by your crew for the little effort that will remember this yachting adventure for years to come.

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