The United Nations is launching a 10-year campaign next year to raise awareness of threats to the ocean and to support conservation. Others aren’t waiting that long. Australia-based yacht agency Ocean Alliance has teamed with Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef so that you can charter Beluga to contribute to vital research. Citizens of the
Editor’s note: David Gertiser is our new wine correspondent. He is also the founder and personal enologist at MyVintage.wine, where he makes custom wines for discerning clients. Here, he shares insight into the best Caribbean locales this winter for filling and refilling your superyacht wine cellar. The Caribbean often resonates synonymously with tranquility, relaxation, and
Halloween isn’t just for kids. Many of us grownups like the festivities and fun surrounding it, too. For those of you who further enjoy super-spooky stories, we have some suitably creepy cruising tales to share. These five haunted sites in popular cruising regions should be on your must-visit list. 1. Execution Rocks Lighthouse, New York.
Countries around the world are gradually welcoming back tourists, by land and by sea. Amevi became the first yacht that Indonesia permitted into the country during the pandemic, further serving as a template for others that wish to visit, too. The crew and owners’ team behind the 262-foot (80-meter) megayacht worked with the agents at
For the next 10 weeks, boats of all sizes are helping leading scientists survey the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. With 1,429 miles (2,300 kilometers) to cover, the more craft that do so, the better. If your yacht is in the country, the team behind the Great Reef Census wants your help. The sheer size
Seven years after it first aired, the TV series Below Deck continues to attract audiences, enough that producers keep renewing it. Below Deck Season 8, set to premiere in a few short weeks, sees the return of not just Capt. Lee Rosbach, but also the megayacht My Seanna as well as charters in the Caribbean.