Sailing tips in winter

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Credit: Creative Commons/QFSE Media

Sailing in the winter is peaceful and sometimes it may even lead to self-discovery, but at the same time it also comes with its risks. You will find lesser boats on the shore, frozen seas, snow covered mountains and an overall feeling of tranquillity that makes the voyage a surreal one. Continue reading

Most Expensive sailboats in the world

Sunny days won’t last long, soak up as much sun as you can, and the most adventurous way to do so is to board a ship and set sail. So start saving your money to take the voyage, so what they are a bit expensive, they are totally worth it.

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Credit: Creative Commons/GregCovey

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Deadly islands around the world

Sailors and wannabe globe trotters many a times get stuck on inhospitable islands which are inhabitable or are filled with wild animals. But, what if the island is beautiful and filled with nature’s bounty, but the people are as deadly as any wild animal? Here are some of the islands around the world where you have to write your will the first thing before venturing any further.

1) North Sentinel Island- India

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Bugatti’s Luxury Yachts: The Cheapest Boat Starts at €2 Million

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Credit: Bugatti

Recently, Bugatti, the maker of the world’s speediest, most teched out sports cars and Palmer Johnson, a US based luxury yacht manufacturer, have undertaken a massive joint venture to create the perfect high class casual yacht. Continue reading

New solar-powered boat from NUS team

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Credit: National University of Singapore

An undergraduate project may have tiled the way for a greener and cleaner cruise, as a team of 10 students and two scholars from the National University of Singapore have undertaken a project to adapt a motorised sailing boat to one that is solar powered. Continue reading