If you are looking for a perfect getaway with your spouse or your family, then going on a cruise is ideal for you. There are different styles and themes of each cruise that can make this experience memorable. You can explore multiple cities and meet new people all while enjoying your private holiday. So if you are thinking of holidaying on a cruise, which can also be considered as a floating city, check out some essential tips below.
Every year the yachting industry eagerly waits for the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS), which is closely associated with the world’s biggest superyachts. Continue reading
The luxury Yacht builder Hinckley located in Maine, U.S.A. has unveiled Dasher, a 28.6-foot; fully electric luxury yacht at the 47th Newport International Boat Show. It’s the first time in the history that a fully electric yacht will sail on the sea, according to the press release by Hinckley. Continue reading
The new Z55 by Zeelander has similar sleek lines and elegance like its sibling Z44, but it is longer by 11 feet. This navy-blue sports cruiser is all set to make its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival this month. Continue reading
Numarine, the Turkish yacht builder has recently launched its first 32 meters (105 feet) explorer yacht 32XP. The yacht which is specially designed and built to reduce noise and vibrations features an efficient displacement steel hull. Continue reading
Sailing around in the open sea is a unique treat that few of us are fortunate enough to experience. However, once you know the joys of sailing it’s hard to keep off. So to help you in your newest endeavour of sailing we have put together all the terms and phrases that every sailor must have in his dictionary.
You can change the direction of your boat with the help of a jibe by bringing the stern of the boat through the wind. This manoeuvre is also called as ‘wearing ship’ in the square-rigged ships.
A rudder is a flat plank made up of wood, metal or fibre which is placed below the boat. The rudder is used to steer the ship in the waters.
- Bow, Starboard and port
A bow is the front of the ship, to its right is the starboard and to its left is the port. These three are some of the most important terms in the sailing world.
- Windward and leeward
Windward is the point of the boat from where the wind is blowing, while leeward is the direction opposite to which the wind is blowing. Both these terms are important to know as the boat moves to the direction of the wind.
The mainsail is the most significant and also the largest sail of the boat. It is huge and triangular in shape and lies close to the boat’s mast. It also has a bulky pole called the ‘boom’.
Ritz-Carlton Chief Executive Hervé Humler recently announced that “after successful venturing in branded residences and six-star resorts the company is planning to launch a luxury cruise service”. Continue reading
The initial photographs of the Finnish yard Nautor’s Swan have been released and they are surely impressive. The yacht is set to be delivered in the spring of 2018 and its first hull has already left the mould. Continue reading
Sailing in the summer is always a pleasant experience as the weather is generally predictable, winds are gentle and there is a very less chance of raining. We have listed some great sailing destinations that you can enjoy in the summers. Continue reading
If you want to experience sunny heaven on earth then the fascinating island nation of Seychelles is just the place that you should go. It is an idyllic place where you can enjoy the warm beaches, eat freshly caught seafood and gaze at the never-ending expanse of the stars. Continue reading