As with many countries around the world, Bermuda closed its borders earlier this year due to COVID-19. The borders reopened to commercial air service on July 1, with tourism slowly beginning its recovery since then. Since yachts comprised rising numbers of visitors in recent years, the Bermuda Tourism Authority is updating owners, captains, and others
PHOTOS: Dardanella/37 South Yacht Charter It has been a challenging year, to say the least, leading many to seek safe escapes with family. Superyacht charters continue to be attractive ways to do so. You can find physical and mental solace by booking and designing a well-being charter aboard Dardanella in Tahiti, Moorea, and more. While
ALL PHOTOS: Copyright Imperial/Photos by Jeff Brown – Breed Media At 351 feet (107 meters), and with a volume exceeding 3,000 gross tons, Lana leaves no doubt that she has abundant alfresco and interior areas for rest and relaxation. Charter guests have been getting their first tastes of Mediterranean cruising this summer, and have Indian
Typically tourism trips to Antarctica are solely on land or at sea. This year, you can be the first to experience a once-in-a-lifetime combination. Cookson Adventures, which tailors superyacht excursions, has partnered with an Antarctica luxury-camp operator for what the two call Ultimate Antarctica. Specifically, it blends a stay aboard the expedition megayacht Legend with
While Maine is a perennial favorite among summer cruising destinations, this summer the state has seen a big boost in boat traffic. Part of the reason stems from concerns over COVID-19, keeping a number of megayachts from crossing the ocean to Europe. Another, however, is the hotter-than-usual season, keeping the classic New England fog at
Yacht owners and crew around the world rely on DYT to transport their precious cargo across the oceans. In about 300 days from now, they will have a new, bigger Yacht Servant at their disposal. In fact, a recent keel-laying ceremony kicked off construction for what will be the biggest-ever DYT transport ship. How big?