Here’s how one man breaks out of his cruising routine with a bareboat on a MarineMax 484 in the British Virgin Islands. Oh, and he’s done it a few times, so he knows what he’s talking about. Get his take here.
The well-trodden cruising grounds of the British Virgin Islands offer up a chance for Deputy Editor Jason Y. Wood and his family to reconnect with each other and their passion for the water on a Moorings crewed charter.
A family trip to Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast opens the author’s eyes to a gorgeous, versatile cruising ground that just may be The Next Big Thing.
What better way to spend time with family than on a bareboat charter in an exotic locale? Follow these simple guidelines and you and your kids will never forget your adventure.
Take a few bareboat charters and you get a feel for what works and what doesn’t. Well, MarineMax Vacations must be debriefing every charter guest, because the 464 power cat in its fleet shows a full understanding of the needs of bareboaters. Get the lowdown here.
Don’t be afraid to bring your kids along on a bareboat charter. If you plan and prepare, they will enjoy the adventure and you will all have memories to last a lifetime. Learn to set the tone for a safe and exciting voyage with our handy guide here.
You need to get to the Abacos, and what better way to explore these islands than a bareboat charter: Set your own timetable, do what you want, and enjoy your friends and family in a beautiful setting. Check out one crew’s experience here.
The inside scoop to chartering yachts in the Abacos islands of the Bahamas.
Guests who enjoy an attentive crew, mouthwatering meals, and a bevy of watersports should jump right in and cheer for a charter on this renewed boat with the latest amenities.
It is possible to reason with hurricane season and find blessed solitude in the British Virgin Islands.
How does a successful charter captain get his start? One skipper shares his story. A well-known charter captain reveals the secrets of his success.
An angler goes Down Under in search of a record grander. The technique for catching big black marlin is to troll large, bridle-rigged baits off outriggers at about seven knots, the baits skipping 100 feet behind the boat. The weapon of choice is 130-pound-class tackle—better for the angler but also the fish. A stout outfit can take on the biggest fish but is also useful to quickly horse in smaller fish...
A Norwegian crew offers tips on the islands and food of their home waters.
Norway’s vast expanses of coastline are only speckled with homes, making it no surprise that the country has one of the lowest population densities in the world: just 16 people per square kilometer. And with fewer than 100 towns having a population of more than 5,000, the country provides endless opportunities to discover a new cove, bay, or inlet. It’s a trait that’s thrilling but also can be a little intimidating.