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Get help to sail sooner, no stress
A catamaran on turquoise seas in New Caledonia
Get help to sail sooner, no stress
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Get help to sail sooner, no stress
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My Destination

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My Yacht Rally

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My Guide

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My Booking

Guided sailing packages

"What a wonderful experience, the Italians are so warm and friendly, beautiful islands and coast line.

A holiday which will stay with me forever as my number one holiday.

Great tour guides, very friendly and answered all our questions giving an insight into how people lived in the ancient times. I enjoyed the inclusion of guided tours."

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yacht in the sea outside the town of Perast, on a yacht rally experience in Montenegro

Montenegro’s Spectacular Top Five

20 February 2017
Montenegro is one of those special places that is so stunning, you find yourself torn between wanting to shout to the world how magnificent it is, and wanting to keep it as your own special secret for eternity.
 
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two local New Caledonias in tribal paint

“La Coutume” in New Caledonia

20 February 2017
The culture you’ll find in New Caledonia is a unique blend. It’s a mix of the old and the new, modern European and tribal island custom, simple pleasures and luxurious lifestyles. Yet the practice of “la coutume” remains at the heart of indigenous culture here, and serves as a reminder that some things haven’t changed around these parts in thousands of years.
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Two Cuban Recipes one history

Two Cuban Recipes; One History Lesson

11 November 2016
Considered a national dish in Cuba, Ropa Veija, has Shepardic Jewish origins. While the history of the classic Mojito is still up for debate, some think this crisp, vibrant cocktail was made by African slaves working the Cuban sugar cane fields during the 19th Century.
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