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Desirable Destination: Abaco, Bahamas

Far Away but so Close to Home | February

Great Abaco Island is a large, crescent-shape island protected from the Atlantic Ocean along her eastern flanks by a string of barrier islands. Between the dozens of islets and the "mainland" (as some locals refer to Great Abaco) lies the Sea of Abaco, a stretch of azure water that will

Desirable Destination: Tortola, British Virgin Islands

New Year, New You | January

I'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 you're staying on Tortola, the throngs of vacationers who wisely chose the BVIs to kick off the new year recommended I opt for the ferry. I immediately

Weather or Not

There was so much dust in the air in St. Thomas this summer that Pamela Wilson could taste it. "You can hear it in my voice," she said in early July. "I can’t breathe."

For a lot of people, this would be an uncomfortable inconvenience, but for Wilson, the implications were huge. As the general manager of the charter firm

The World's 10 Most Expensive Charters

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What's better than relaxing beside the ocean at a luxury resort, cool drink next to you, being waited on hand and foot? How about doing the same thing aboard a megayacht, where all those amenities and more are yours? And instead of having to share the pool, sauna, or watertoys with strangers, the only other guests

Casa de Campo

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 there. He couldn’t stop talking about the lovely grounds, but he was particularly effusive about how he’d take his boats, a 121-foot custom yacht and a

The Great Global Game

It can be difficult to think of a luxury yacht charter as a business proposition. Top-deck Jacuzzis, gourmet food and wine, and pristine stretches of beaches, after all, are the kinds of things you seek out when you hope to leave the concept of “market share” behind.

Yet for the countless people who work in the worldwide charter marketplace, every weeklong booking is in fact a small piece

Top 10 Dock-and-Dine-Restaurants in America

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 dining room of a renowned restaurant? The restaurants listed below are among the premier spots to enjoy just such an experience. They not only offer convenient docking facilities and breathtaking waterfront views, but also

In the Field: PMY Heads to China

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, making 28 knots at better than 1 NMPG. She ran efficiently over a wide range of speeds, she achieving nearly 1

Four Wishes

PMY’s executive editor Diane M. Byrne and associate editor Elizabeth Ginns Britten spent the day in Newport, Rhode Island onboard the new 144-foot charter yacht

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In connection with a weeklong event sponsored by the British Marine

Historic Site: Royal Cork Yacht Club

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

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