Sailing Tips

Are you ready to book your first sailing charter vacation? Or perhaps you’re a returning guest and need to sort out whether you’re a qualified skipper? If you haven’t yet acquired a formal sailing license, is your experience enough to skip the hired skipper on your next charter?

Calm seas never made a good sailor! And a great sailor is a prepared one. We always recommend preparing for rough seas, it’s much better to be safe than sorry. This is a summary of the safety measures and items that are a good idea to have onboard.

Tips on stocking a bareboat charter Food – it’s so much a part of the vacation that you want to get it right, especially if you’re provisioning for a bareboat charter like a fabulous week in the British Virgin Islands or Croatia with Navigare Yachting. Provisioning is part math and...

How to Get Started with Sailing?

Friday, 22 October 2021

4 ways to learn whether you like it and how to learn to do it You don’t have to be an America’s Cup racer or a millionaire boat owner to be a sailor. There are lots of ways to check out if sailing can be your hobby and many more...

How do I Prepare for a Boat Show?

Monday, 13 September 2021

First-time boat show visitors should make a plan The best way to maximize any experience is to have a goal, prepare ahead and come organized to accomplish a lot when time is short. Going to a boat show for the first time is no exception, so let’s explore five boat...

Catamaran vs Monohull: which should you charter, and buy? Which is better for you? Both mono- and multi-hulls are available on charter and if you’re wondering which is better for you, know that there are tradeoffs. Different boats will make sense based on your group, your destination, and your vacation...

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