Destination Guide: Costa Rica

Costa Rica, translating to “rich coast,” has long been considered one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world. With a focus on sustainable development and eco-conscious tourism, the country is divided into 20 natural parks and eight biological reserves. Thousands of migratory species travel 20,000 miles annually to make Costa Rica their seasonal home. […]

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Megayacht Marinas Directory Now on Megayacht News App


MegayachtNews.com is pleased to announce that the Megayacht News app continues to extend the media brand’s focus on all-original content. The latest addition to the app is the Marinas Directory. Because hundreds of marinas worldwide can accommodate megayachts, the Marinas Directory on the Megayacht News app includes regional categories. Currently the app features The Americas, […]

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Destination Guide: British Columbia


British Columbia is more relaxed than the Mediterranean and Caribbean, even during August’s peak. Cruising and chartering in British Columbia offers a hands-on experience with nature. Escape your chaotic schedule, and awaken your inner explorer. It has a host of small islands and ports off the beaten track to explore. Don’t be surprised if yours […]

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Destination Guide: Southeast Alaska

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Not your average charter destination, Alaska’s breathtaking 6,600-mile coastline is teaming with wildlife, glaciers, and dramatic landscapes. One of the world’s most spectacular adventure destinations, Alaska calls to aspiring explorers and thrill seekers alike. Our media partner, Yachting Pages, spoke to Diane Fraser, one of Fraser Yachts’ most experienced charter brokers and Capt. Stan Glover […]

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Update on Peters & May USA-Australia Route


Following the initial announcement in June, the new route to Australia for Peters & May’s yacht-transport operations will depart the United States in October. The sailing will be to the east coast of Australia, resulting from a marked increase in inquiries over the past year. Departure points are Newport, Rhode Island and then Fort Lauderdale. […]

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