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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The Big Blue: A Superyacht View of New Zealand


Many a megayacht makes ambitious plans for cruising. Those looking to do so should borrow a page from The Big Blue. The expedition yacht is in the midst of a yearlong global cruise. In fact, the 137’8” (42-meter) The Big Blue has been taking her owners, the Mayer family—mom Delisa, dad Tony, and their three […]

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Destination Guide: Greenland


Greenland is a true wilderness destination, far from the familiar Mediterranean and Caribbean waters to which owners, guests, and crew are accustomed. Home to colossal icebergs, long fjords, and hot springs, this icy country requires thorough preparation and extensive skills. EYOS Expeditions creates tailored superyacht excursions here, and to other remote regions. EYOS Expeditions’ CEO, […]

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