Abaco Islands: Colourful, Colonial & Charming
The Abaco Islands is an archipelago home to some of the finest cruising grounds in the whole of the Bahamas, characterised by clear glass turquoise water and pure white powder sand beaches - mostly uncrowded.
Starting in Marsh Harbour on Grand Abaco where a great marina will meet all your needs, head to Treasure Cay to the north. The stunning beach has great amenities, including a private marina, a golf course and a clutch of hotels.
Close by, on the small island of Great Guana Cay. Baker's Bay Golf & Ocean Club attracts discerning group looking for peace and quiet.
South of Marsh Harbour lies Little Harbour, home to a small colony of residents artists who have been lured by the inspiring landscape. You can enjoy the same from the deck of your yacht and witness postcard sunsets guaranteed to soften the hardest hearts.
Various smaller islands offer excellent snorkelling, diving, surfing and fishing in their azure waters.
There are no casinos, shopping malls or amusement parks here, just relaxed bars and restaurants on the fringe of beautiful landscapes – no need to book or plan ahead here. Simply steer your yacht from island to island, visit quiet villages and appreciate the immense natural beauty.
The Cayman Islands: Shopping & Diving
Verdant landscapes, waters of superb clarity, rare indigenous species and dramatic coral reefs set the tone on The Cayman Islands.
The French Riviera: Glamour & Gastronomy
The French Riveria offers a beautiful climate, superlative landscape and diverse sailing grounds: from tranquil islands to the pulsing social scene of St. Tropez and Monaco.
Croatia: Islands & Elegance
Known for its many nature reserves, national parks and UNESCO protected sites, Croatia, once the quiet alternative to Italy, is now amongst the most popular summer destinations for the yachting fra