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Destinations

Desirable Destination: Half Moon Caye, Belize

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted November 2006

Back of Beyond | NovemberBelize is justly famed for subtropical ecotouristic jaunts, diving along the Western Hemisphere’s longest barrier reef, and other far-flung adventures....

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Desirable Destination: St. Barts

By Diane M. Byrne | Posted November 2006

The Cannes of the Caribbean | DecemberSee if any of the following sounds familiar: You tune in to “Access Hollywood” ostensibly to keep track of who your kids think are cool, but...

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Desirable Destination: Abaco, Bahamas

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted November 2006

Far Away but so Close to Home | FebruaryGreat Abaco Island is a large, crescent-shape island protected from the Atlantic Ocean along her eastern flanks by a string of barrier...

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Desirable Destination: Berry Islands, Bahamas

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted November 2006

Bahama Mama | MarchChester," I yelled in order to be heard above the static of a bad cellphone connection. It crackled all the way to Little Harbor Cay, an ocean-washed coral...

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Emerald Bay

By Diane M. Byrne | Posted November 2006

You'd be hard-pressed to find a yacht owner who hasn't heard of or been to the Exumas. This Bahamian chain has been a favorite destination for decades, for good reason: crystal-...

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Desirable Destination: Tortola, British Virgin Islands

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted November 2006

New Year, New You | JanuaryI'd been told that after I landed at Tortola's Beef Island Airport, I must get to my destination in the British Virgin Islands (BVIs) via boat. Even if...

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Casa de Campo

By Diane M. Byrne | Posted September 2006

The Casa de Campo Yacht Club takes center stage in the 356-slip marina.Several years ago I was introduced to Casa de Campo, through word of mouth from a friend who owned property...

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Top 10 Dock-and-Dine-Restaurants in America

By Barbara Dobkowski | Posted July 2006

What greater pleasure can there be than easing into a dock after spending a day cruising the waters of a beautiful locale and enjoying an elegant dinner alfresco or in the fine...

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In the Field: PMY Heads to China

By | Posted May 2005

Powered by twin 350-hp Volvo Penta stern drives, the fast trawler topped out at 33 knots with full tanks and 11 people aboard. Her best cruise was at 3200 rpm,...

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Historic Site: Royal Cork Yacht Club

By | Posted July 2004

On a recent vacation to Ireland, managing editor Eileen Mansfield visited

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Pelagic Paradise

By | Posted June 2004

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