Cruising The British Virgin Islands

Some say the British Virgin Islands are the sailing capitol of the world. While this may be true, it is also an idyllic place for power boats. With many islands, cays and inlets in close proximity you can be sure of finding a calm anchorage within reach for any daily itinerary. The Virgin Islands are volcanic in nature and steeped in history offering superb diving, great snorkeling and great sandy beaches. A … Read more

Your Very Own Luxury Charter Yacht

The word, saboré, (sa-BOR-ray) is Portugese for indulgence or in good taste. On a recent outing I came across the beautiful charter catamaran SABORE, pictured here anchored off Eustasia Island in the North Sound, BVI. The British Virgin Islands are considered by some as the yachting capital of the Caribbean if not the world, and getting into that lifestyle—sunning, swimming, snorkeling, sailing, beach-hopping, and always dropping anchor in time for happy hour—is … Read more

Alaska Charter

While some of you are feeling the heat right now, Summer is the perfect time for adventure in Alaska. M/V SINGLE STAR is an Alaska Charter boat that offers professional guided tours of some of the worlds most remote corners. This 58′ blue water yacht is the perfect platform for researchers, photographers, fishing or just your avid adventure junky. She can take up to 6 guests in 3 cabins – 1 double … Read more

Florida Keys Yacht Charter

DOUBLE EXPOSURE is a fully crewed 40’ catamaran hybrid power/sail that is based in Key Biscayne (Miami) and charters throughout the Florida Keys. Double Exposure is a planning hull and can cruise at 17 knots, is fully air-conditioned and has all the toys that charter guests enjoy. She is available year round and moored just a short taxi ride from Miami International Airport. The 120 mile long island chain is connected to … Read more

The Lure of Anegada

It seems that sailors are drawn to Anegada whenever they are in BVI waters. This isolated island, about 30 miles east of Tortola has a population of less than 300 people. In fact the 4 footed species out number the humans 6 to 1. Many a time, while we were enjoying the crystal waters at Pomato Point, has one of the islands wild donkeys rummaged our tote bags looking for something to … Read more